Foundation is spearheading research into changing the way bad odours smell
The story of Bill Gates is the stuff of legend: Despite pulling good grades, he dropped out of Harvard University in 1975 to go cofound Microsoft, setting him on the path to becoming the wealthiest man in the world.
If the idea that a $3 billion investment will create a world free of diseases sounds like the kind of statements that would normally make scientists cringe, it is actually not as crazy as you might think
What do Sting, Bill Gates and Warren Buffett have in common? All three have huge fortunes, and none of them are giving it to their kids.
Analysts have said that the move could be an important step as marijuana becomes accepted as a legal drug in the US
'It will be harder to find and recruit the best talent from across the Continent; talent which, in turn, creates jobs for people in the UK'
From Seveneves, by Neal Stephenson to The Vital Question, by Nick Lane
'It took incredible discipline, and several months, for me to read it'
'This is kind of a strange set of words here'
The Microsoft founder is one of the only people in the tech establishment to have backed the US government rather than the tech giant
'I was a bit disruptive. I started early on sort of questioning; were their rules logical?'
Asked to pick a single luxury item for if he was stranded on a desert island, the Microsoft founder went for 'a bunch of DVDs of great lectures'
Controversial new report calls for Bill Gates' philanthropic Foundation to undergo an international investigation
Snoop Dogg told Bill Gates to 'fix yo s***' in the expletive-laden rant
“Let’s socialise this” and “content is king” both made the list
The biggest loser was Carlos Slim, whose Mexican telecommunications company American Movil declined 25 per cent in 2015