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New York: A revolutionary toilet fueled by the sun that is being developed to help some of the 2.5 billion people around the world lacking safe and sustainable sanitation would be unveiled in India this month.
The company develops and implements cutting-edge diagnostic technologies. Its diseases and projects are tuberculosis, human African trypanosomiasis, acute febrile syndrome and others.
If he does, maybe the Republican Party has found an answer to Hillary Clinton. Bill Gates knows how to manage a large international corporation and to serve a global customer universe.
At the March 4 Los Angeles Unified School Board meeting, the Board approved a five-year contract for $2.45 million for American Institutes for Research.
James H. Shelton III has been formally confirmed as deputy secretary of education for the United States Department of Education.
Two years ago, an off-grid closed-system toilet known as the Diversion won an award at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation's " Reinventing the Toilet " fair.
A University of Colorado team's waterless toilet uses solar power to convert fecal matter into a sanitary, harmless charcoal-like material that can be used for heating or fertilizing.
Memphis Mayor A C Wharton is scheduled to travel to Washington this week to attend a conference with the richest man on the planet, Microsoft founder Bill Gates.
Students who attend early college high schools, particularly women, minority students and those from low-income backgrounds, have better academic outcomes than students in traditional high schools, according to a recent review conducted by the Department of Education's research arm.
Canada's minister of state for social development is heading to Chicago on Wednesday to tout Canada as an emerging world leader in the battle against homelessness.
Candice Bergen will speak Wednesday at the international Housing First conference, an annual event sponsored in part this year by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
The American Federation of Teachers, which has won millions of dollars in grants from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, will no longer accept foundation money for its Innovation Fund.
The Parthenon Group has been working for the past six months on a strategic finance plan for the school system as part of a $1.2 million "smart spending" grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
New research shows great early results for Washington's College Bound Scholarship program, in which low-income middle school students pledge to do well academically and stay out of trouble in return for college tuition at public institution rates and up to $500 a year for books.
A new report shows low-income kids who participate in Washington's College Bound scholarship program are going to college at nearly the same rate as their richer classmates and well ahead of other poor children who did not sign up.