“This book is truly uplifting,” Gates wrote. “It documents a story of remarkable scientific innovation and how it has improved the lives of almost all cystic fibrosis patients and their families. ... I suspect we’ll see many more books like this in the coming years, as biomedical miracles emerge from labs at an ever-greater pace.”
The “We’re All Innovating” contest is an attempt to improve those conditions by tapping into the legend — and the reality — of small business adaptability.
The school-aged inventors say it should let frontline workers remain working longer and more comfortably. Veuer’s Tony Spitz has the details.
And yes, it's got everything to do with the way we're treating our planet and the creatures that live on it.
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Dear Editor: In the 1970s, Hugh Iltis, UW professor of botany and passionate spokesperson for the environment, frequently ended his lectures o…
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