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A new oyster invades Southern California l California Sea Grant wp.me/p37YOU-Ht
Physics: Giving new meaning to the question, “Where’s the remote?” l SLAC Lab bit.ly/14NDsn0
How the nuclear age burst onto the scene from a squash court l Argonne cnet.co/1aCk5De
EPA scientist Ron Williams is using solar power to measure air quality l US EPA Research 1.usa.gov/17AHSU2
Federal Reserve, Central Banks, & Financial Departments
Life of a Loan: The foreclosure l Housing Wire hwi.re/3c6skH
Hagan demands Defense stop pay raises for Germans working on US bases l Floor Action bit.ly/17K6S7P
A growing number of young farmers are renting land before taking on the cost of purchasing l Kansas City Fed ow.ly/mB2KC
Can America get more by taxing business less? l World Economic Forum ow.ly/mE1OE
Thank you as always for joining us on Saturday for HBCU Money™ Dozen. The 12 most important research and finance articles of the week.