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Bill Gates
Here are 7 books I read recently I thought you might enjoy:
I got a kick out of Randall Munroe’s brilliant, offbeat science lessons:
Should we eat meat? This book I recently read offers great food for thought:
In science, we’re all kids. That’s why I got so much out of this @RichardDawkins book:
#RedNoseDay is a great (and entertaining) way to give back and help the world’s poor:
Tweet a selfie with your red nose using #RedNose25 & @gatesfoundation will give $25 to fight poverty.
I picked this book up after seeing it on a @WSJ list of good books for investors:
Fascinating. The measles vaccine may protect against "immune system amnesia":
One of my favorite #TEDtalks this year: @pcronald makes a strong case for engineering food:
.@pcronald’s research could help millions of farmers grow crops in flood-prone regions:
Scientists think nature may be responsible for the first GMO at least 8,000 years ago:
Warren is a fantastic mentor and friend. Here are a few of my favorite photos of us: #TBT
.@twitter wasn't around when I was a teen, and a lot has changed—including my hair. First WBG President to tweet!
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Even some of the worst-off countries can make great progress in saving kids' lives. Here's how
Here’s how we celebrated 50 yrs of @WarrenBuffett’s leadership of Berkshire Hathaway:
Here’s why we are working hard to stop malaria:
Because of this vaccine, another disease has been eradicated from the Americas:
The Ebola epidemic will have terrible ripple effects long after the last case—unless we act:
Turns out “Moneyball” isn’t just good for sports. In Rwanda, it’s helping to save lives:
A great argument for why the world’s poorest countries need way more energy: via @nytimes
Citizen cartographers are helping earthquake efforts by mapping roads & open spaces:
Can stepping up the fight against TB really make a difference? Absolutely – a huge difference.
Over the next 15 years, the world can prevent 10 million people from dying of tuberculosis:
Imagine every child born in the US over 20 yrs. That’s how many lives we could save by 2030: