Michael Bloomberg is committing $360 million to be used between 2017 and 2022 to help raise tobacco taxes, implement smoke-free laws and pursue other strategies to curb tobacco use in low- and middle-income countries, according to Bloomberg Philanthropies, the philanthropic arm of his foundation.
Sometime around third or fourth grade, I remember my teacher handing out a worksheet one day. There was this girl who was always smarter than me and everyone else in class, and she would regularly complete her worksheets just a little faster than I could. Naturally, it became a contest.[…]Read More »
An Agricultural Research Service plant geneticist has developed new genetic resources that allow the breeding of sorghum varieties with higher grain yields and greater resistance to diseases and pests. Read moreRead More »