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The development of drought-resistant crops could help feed the world's poor. Nanotechnology may radically reduce the cost of producing potable water. And open science -- where many scientists work simultaneously on a problem -- can dramatically accelerate scientific advances.
Tthere is something compelling about imagining an untapped genius somewhere in Africa, waiting to be nurtured and whose contributions to humankind cannot yet be imagined.