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Last 50 tweets from @BillGates
Melinda’s new book The #MomentofLift is an urgent call to action. I’ll commit to the lift by working to ensure that we collect better data about women’s lives and livelihoods.
There are concrete actions we all can take in our day-to-day lives to make real progress towards gender equality. How will you commit to the lift? Share with #MomentofLift. m-gat.es/2XqTZhV pic.twitter.com/qnVhuf5A6r
 
Gene drive is a technique where you give a few mosquitoes an edited gene and it drives itself into all their offspring. It could one day help us defeat diseases like malaria: b-gat.es/2XuPpz8
 
Less than a century ago, families everywhere lived in fear of a mosquito bite. Now 75% of all malaria cases occur in just 15 countries. The partners fighting this disease won’t rest until we’ve reached every case of malaria, while saving as many lives as possible along the way.
 
2: What kind of pathogen causes malaria? Find the answer here: b-gat.es/2DnoptL
Replying to @BillGates
3: Which of the following factors affect the spread of malaria? The answer is in my latest blog post: b-gat.es/2Zkldsm
These maps could point the way to stopping malaria
gatesnotes.com
 
Biology pop quiz! Test your knowledge about the world’s deadliest animal: the mosquito.

1: Of the 3,000 species of mosquitoes, how many are responsible for most cases of malaria? Read my post to find the answer: b-gat.es/2PlcYHM
Replying to @BillGates
2: What kind of pathogen causes malaria? Find the answer here: b-gat.es/2DnoptL
The worlds deadliest shapeshifter
gatesnotes.com
 
Biology pop quiz! Test your knowledge about the world’s deadliest animal: the mosquito.

1: Of the 3,000 species of mosquitoes, how many are responsible for most cases of malaria? Read my post to find the answer: b-gat.es/2PlcYHM
Test-tube mosquitoes might help us beat malaria
gatesnotes.com
 
Here’s one reason why I really, really hate mosquitoes: b-gat.es/2ItOU4U #MosquitoWeek
 
I’ve been fascinated by Leonardo da Vinci for decades. Although he died 500 years ago, there’s still so much to learn from his remarkable life: b-gat.es/2IpFAPM
 
Precision maps are bringing us closer to the day when malaria is gone forever. b-gat.es/2IputpW
These maps could point the way to stopping malaria
gatesnotes.com
 
Why I would rather encounter a shark in the wild than a mosquito: b-gat.es/2XelyuL #MosquitoWeek
 
I’m proud that @Microsoft is one of the many companies taking action to fight climate change and excited about its leadership in using AI to accelerate progress on these challenges.
The environment can't wait for us to do more. That's why we are taking new steps to put sustainability at the core of every part of our business and increasing our internal carbon fee to $15. msft.social/TCoVGk
 
Shapeshifters are not just the stuff of science fiction, though. We have them right here on earth.
Replying to @BillGates
To kick off #MosquitoWeek, I wrote about the world’s deadliest shapeshifter (and what scientists are learning about how to beat it). b-gat.es/2UF2lp8
The worlds deadliest shapeshifter
gatesnotes.com
 
There’s an epic scene at the end where Spock has to figure out which one is the impostor. youtube.com/watch?v=ZbENVi…
Replying to @BillGates
Shapeshifters are not just the stuff of science fiction, though. We have them right here on earth.
 
As a teenager, I remember watching an episode of the original Star Trek where the bad guy is a shapeshifter who turns himself into a second Captain Kirk.
Replying to @BillGates
There’s an epic scene at the end where Spock has to figure out which one is the impostor. youtube.com/watch?v=ZbENVi…
Star Trek - Two Captain Kirks
youtube.com
 
When I was younger, I loved science fiction. The author I read the most was Robert Heinlein (“The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress” was a favorite).
Replying to @BillGates
As a teenager, I remember watching an episode of the original Star Trek where the bad guy is a shapeshifter who turns himself into a second Captain Kirk.
 
When I was younger, I loved science fiction. The author I read the most was Robert Heinlein (“The Moon Is a Harsh Mistress” was a favorite).
 
 
Young Africans will shape the future of not just their own communities but the entire world. b-gat.es/2XaiLTi
Power in numbers: Harnessing the potential of Kenyas youth
evoke.org
 
Melinda and I were honored to join President Bush and Laura Bush @TheBushCenter. Their leadership of programs like @PEPFAR has helped save millions of lives around the world.
 
I would say this even if I weren’t married to the author: @melindagates’s new book “The Moment of Lift” is a terrific read. You can see for yourself by downloading a free excerpt: b-gat.es/2IiDXmO
 
I’ve learned so much from Melinda over the years and I’m delighted she is now sharing her insights with the rest of the world: b-gat.es/2FZRImH
 
It also includes insights about our marriage, the path we took to become equals in our work, and how she has helped me grow as a father and husband.
Replying to @BillGates
I’ve recommended a lot of books over the years, but The #MomentofLift is particularly special to me… b-gat.es/2Usaa1A
Melinda has terrific new book coming out
gatesnotes.com
 
She shares her personal journey from private citizen to public advocate -- including how she pushed our foundation to focus more on women’s empowerment.
Replying to @BillGates
It also includes insights about our marriage, the path we took to become equals in our work, and how she has helped me grow as a father and husband.
 
“The Moment of Lift” is a wise, honest, and beautifully written book about how empowering women lifts up everyone.
Replying to @BillGates
She shares her personal journey from private citizen to public advocate -- including how she pushed our foundation to focus more on women’s empowerment.
 
.@melindagates is the most important person in my life: an amazing partner, wife, mother, and friend (and now accomplished author!). Her new book is a terrific read that will leave you feeling enlightened and inspired: b-gat.es/2G0gtzp pic.twitter.com/CdBwQQb0QA
Replying to @BillGates
“The Moment of Lift” is a wise, honest, and beautifully written book about how empowering women lifts up everyone.
 
.@melindagates is the most important person in my life: an amazing partner, wife, mother, and friend (and now accomplished author!). Her new book is a terrific read that will leave you feeling enlightened and inspired: b-gat.es/2G0gtzp
 
Of the many uses for AI, I’m particularly excited about how it can help improve the lives of the world’s poorest. b-gat.es/2WSAQFc
How artificial intelligence is helping farmers and babies in the developing world
technologyreview.com
 
In the future, identifying your risk of developing Alzheimer’s could be as simple as speaking into an app on your phone: b-gat.es/2WPrNoN
 
When Paul and I founded @Microsoft together, we were confident that computers would change the world. But we never could have imagined how much fun we would have along the way.
Happy Birthday @Microsoft! Founded 44 years ago today!

"When I talk about the early days, it's hard to explain to people how much fun it was. Even with the absurd hours and arguments, we were having the time of our lives." - Paul Allen

More: bit.ly/2Vl05zQ #ThanksPaul pic.twitter.com/WjBL9zKeik
 
Reducing greenhouse gas emissions from buildings is one of the five biggest challenges in the fight against climate change. I love that architects are looking to nature to find solutions. b-gat.es/2WN56kZ
What Termites Can Teach Us About Cooling Our Buildings
nytimes.com
 
Most Americans want to know if they will get Alzheimer’s as early as possible. That’s an important insight for scientists as they work to improve diagnostic tools. b-gat.es/2I8Y3ip
Alliance for Aging Research Releases Survey Results Highlighting Public Interest in Detecting Alzheimers Disease Early and Participating in Clinical Trials - Alliance for Aging Research
agingresearch.org
 
Thanks to major breakthroughs over the last several years, we’re closer than ever to having a reliable, affordable, and easy-to-use way to diagnose Alzheimer’s. b-gat.es/2WIolfk
The unexpected way we might one day diagnose Alzheimers
gatesnotes.com
 
This surprised me: there’s more carbon in soil than in the atmosphere and all plant life combined. Here’s what that means for how we fight climate change: b-gat.es/2WyOwoX
 
Pivot Bio has developed an alternative to synthetic fertilizer that could help transform farming and reduce greenhouse gas emissions: b-gat.es/2FCjsxA
 
Nuclear energy is one of these critical technologies. It’s ideal for dealing with climate change, because it is the only carbon-free, scalable energy source that’s available 24 hours a day.
Replying to @BillGates
I’m thrilled that senators from both sides of the aisle have come together to support advanced nuclear. This is exactly the kind of leadership our country needs to both solve the climate challenge and reassert our leadership in this important industry.
 
To prevent the worst effects of climate change, we need to reach near-zero emissions on all the things that drive it—agriculture, electricity, manufacturing, transportation, and buildings—by investing in innovation across all sectors while deploying low cost renewables.
Replying to @BillGates
Nuclear energy is one of these critical technologies. It’s ideal for dealing with climate change, because it is the only carbon-free, scalable energy source that’s available 24 hours a day.
 
Yesterday, a bipartisan group of leaders in the U.S. Senate introduced the Nuclear Energy Leadership Act, which establishes an ambitious plan to accelerate the development of advanced nuclear reactor technologies. I can’t overstate how important this is.
Replying to @BillGates
To prevent the worst effects of climate change, we need to reach near-zero emissions on all the things that drive it—agriculture, electricity, manufacturing, transportation, and buildings—by investing in innovation across all sectors while deploying low cost renewables.
 
Yesterday, a bipartisan group of leaders in the U.S. Senate introduced the Nuclear Energy Leadership Act, which establishes an ambitious plan to accelerate the development of advanced nuclear reactor technologies. I can’t overstate how important this is.
Today I’m proud to introduce bipartisan legislation to boost nuclear energy innovation and ensure advanced reactors can provide clean, safe, affordable, and reliable power to meet national and global energy needs. pic.twitter.com/ikW7g4GRFM
 
Bill Gates Retweeted ·  
We’re celebrating the anniversary of an incredible public health achievement - 5 years since the entire South-East Asia Region was certified polio-free 👏. Now let’s #endpolio everywhere! gates.ly/2WlorJM
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Most discussions about fighting climate change focus on electricity and the need for renewable energy. De-carbonizing the way we generate electricity would be a huge step, but it won’t be enough to avoid the worst effects of climate change. pic.twitter.com/C4oCIz6iXg
Replying to @BillGates
We need to reach zero net emissions from every sector of the economy including agriculture (which, along with forestry, and land use, is responsible for almost as much greenhouse gas emissions as electricity). b-gat.es/2FBSNlV
We should discuss soil as much as we talk about coal
gatesnotes.com
 
Most discussions about fighting climate change focus on electricity and the need for renewable energy. De-carbonizing the way we generate electricity would be a huge step, but it won’t be enough to avoid the worst effects of climate change.
 
Five years ago, India was declared poliofree. Whenever someone asks me how they did it, I tell them about one of the country’s lowest castes: the Musahar. b-gat.es/2WrnW15
 
I’m inspired by Azim Premji’s continued commitment to philanthropy. His latest contribution will make a tremendous impact. b-gat.es/2WrorIv
With $21 billion, Premji Azim among worlds top philanthropists
economictimes.indiatimes.com
 
Thanks to the incredible work of goat nurses, thousands of women in India have an opportunity to lift themselves and their families out of poverty: b-gat.es/2FsOetU
 
.@SueDHellmann recently sat down with @CDCFound to talk about how our foundation measures the impact of our partners and grantees. It’s worth a listen: b-gat.es/2OlE55m
 
Meet the goat nurses, an incredible team of health workers who help women gain financial independence by raising healthier goats. b-gat.es/2OhDkdl
Can goats empower women?
gatesnotes.com
 
2019 marks 150 years since the creation of the periodic table. Whenever people visit my office, I like to show them my favorite version. It’s made out of samples of each element, and reminds me every day of why I’m so fascinated by science and technology: b-gat.es/2OepfgB
 
If you believe innovation is for everyone, then I have a list for you: 10 challenges that the world needs your ideas to help solve. b-gat.es/2Fi5t0Z
Ten big global challenges technology could solve
technologyreview.com
 
Diversity is good for innovation. This is a great conversation between @robotsmarts and @timnitGebru on the importance of representation and female leadership in tech. b-gat.es/2FhOpZ2
You cant be it if you cant see it
evoke.org
 
If you want to discover what makes a school great, there’s no substitute for spending time in the classroom. I learned a lot from the students and teachers at this Chicago school: b-gat.es/2O9DBPC
 
 
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