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October 13, 2020 16:04

Another winner is Hiroshi Kiyono of the University of Tokyo. Professor Kiyono is trying to create a new kind of vaccine that people can administer all by themselves. All you have to do is swallow it.

October 13, 2020 16:04

Another winner is Hiroshi Kiyono of the University of Tokyo. Professor Kiyono is trying to create a new kind of vaccine that people can administer all by themselves. All you have to do is swallow it.

October 13, 2020 16:03

One of the grantees is Hiroyuki Matsuoka of Jichi Medical University. Professor Matsuokas idea is simply breathtaking. The way people get malaria is from a mosquito bite. But Professor Matsuoka envisions a mosquito that, when it bites you, delivers a vaccine against malaria, instead of the disease. Essentially, he is turning mosquitoes into a flying syringe.

October 13, 2020 16:03

One of the grantees is Hiroyuki Matsuoka of Jichi Medical University. Professor Matsuokas idea is simply breathtaking. The way people get malaria is from a mosquito bite. But Professor Matsuoka envisions a mosquito that, when it bites you, delivers a vaccine against malaria, instead of the disease. Essentially, he is turning mosquitoes into a flying syringe.

October 13, 2020 16:03

One of the grantees is Hiroyuki Matsuoka of Jichi Medical University. Professor Matsuokas idea is simply breathtaking. The way people get malaria is from a mosquito bite. But Professor Matsuoka envisions a mosquito that, when it bites you, delivers a vaccine against malaria, instead of the disease. Essentially, he is turning mosquitoes into a flying syringe.

October 13, 2020 16:02

We are placing bets on untested but provocative theories because real progress comes from path-breaking thinking. We just announced our first round of winners last month, including three here in Japan.

October 13, 2020 16:02

We are placing bets on untested but provocative theories because real progress comes from path-breaking thinking. We just announced our first round of winners last month, including three here in Japan.

October 13, 2020 16:02

We are placing bets on untested but provocative theories because real progress comes from path-breaking thinking. We just announced our first round of winners last month, including three here in Japan.

October 13, 2020 16:01

Scientific institutions, whether in businesses or universities, are a primary source of the worlds expertise. At our Foundation, we have started an initiative called Grand Challenges Explorations, which gives small grants to help scientists test radical new ideas with the potential to advance global health.

October 13, 2020 16:01

Scientific institutions, whether in businesses or universities, are a primary source of the worlds expertise. At our Foundation, we have started an initiative called Grand Challenges Explorations, which gives small grants to help scientists test radical new ideas with the potential to advance global health.