Gates Foundation

FOIA

'Nature' Editorial Juxtaposes FOIA Email Release With Illegal Hacking

One of science's most important publications assumes science journalists don't know how to do their jobs.
Jason Koebler & Sarah Emerson
12.8.17
Sex

Where Are Our Next Generation Condoms?

Three years since the Gates Foundation handed out $100,000 each to several projects, progress has been slow, but steady.
Meredith Rutland Bauer
11.28.16
Health

I Tried the Latest in Condom Technology and It Went Shockingly Well

For the first time in five decades, there's been actual progress in the design of a condom that doesn't suck.
Stephanie Auteri
7.6.16
africa

A Harvard Professor Says "Starving Africa" Cliches Are Being Used to Promote GM Foods

Sheila Jasanoff, a professor at Harvard’s John F. Kennedy School of Government recently argued that clichés of a “Starving Africa” are being used to push genetically modified foods as a cure for malnutrition.
Wyatt Marshall
10.20.15
Features

The Search for a Women's Condom Alternative That Could Prevent HIV

Researchers are trying to crack the holy grail of sexual health with an anti-HIV microbicide ring.
Zoe Cormier
7.23.15
video

Bill Gates Is Worried About a Widespread Flu Epidemic

Oh good, another thing to stress out about.
Jordan Valinsky
5.27.15
tech

That Bill Gates Shit-Water Machine Might Actually Change the World

We spoke to Doulaye Koné, senior program officer for the Gates Foundation, to try to better understand the magic poop water contraption Bill Gates debuted this week.
Peter Lawrence Kane
1.8.15