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Designing a corn strain to resist mold l Kentucky Equine Research http://ow.ly/kUfQH
High-quality salmon gets higher prices. 9 short videos with ideas for keeping that intrinsic l Alaska Sea Grant http://fb.me/2fflfUwft
Are you a teacher who’d like to grow your energy literacy so you can pass it on to your students? l Argonne http://1.usa.gov/WZu3ar
Teacher workshops and training opportunities are ramping up for summer! l Illinois-Indiana Sea Grant http://fb.me/w4iT3qOm
Meteorologist Edwin Campos answers questions about how he’s helping make solar energy more viable l Argonne http://bit.ly/11dxaJb
Our scientists developed Virtual Beach – it uses local data to protect contamination before it happens l EPA http://1.usa.gov/19WqlBl
Federal Reserve, Central Banks, & Financial Departments
Find out why U.S. corporations are holding so much cash l St. Louis Fed http://bit.ly/1273vHr
Trinidad & Tobago holds rate, growth weak, inflation down l Central Bank News http://dlvr.it/3QPqq7
SouthEast shows job gains this spring, a change from the last couple (data) l Atlanta Fed http://goo.gl/LDK3z
New lending guidelines make it easier for seniors to get a mortgage l Housing Wire http://hwi.re/3QMYfK
“Land of Opportunity? Economic Mobility in the United States.” l Richmond Fed http://ow.ly/lmGJ3
Thank you as always for joining us on Saturday for HBCU Money™ Dozen. The 12 most important research and finance articles of the week.