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A Solar Commitment, From The White House To America l Clean Technica dlvr.it/5cxb9H
How the Boston Globe totally revamped its IT strategy l CIOonline trib.al/JY6OMFY
In the digital ocean, predators outnumber protectors l CSOonline ow.ly/wGSqp
Granular Materials Aren’t Like Liquids, Except When They Are l APSPhysics bit.ly/1oew8O4
Sandia shows off freshly renovated large-scale test facilities l Sandia National Labs bit.ly/1fUwEyf
Federal Reserve, Central Banks, & Financial Departments
Teachers: St.Louis/Atlanta Fed offer 3 types of professional development options. l Econ Lowdown bit.ly/1iG22S9
Students challenged to come up with their innovative ideas for transforming life for girls l World Bank ow.ly/wHqp1
What can data tell us about Nigerian girls’ educational opportunities? l World Bank wrld.bg/wF7aR
60% of best jobs in the next 10 years haven’t been invented yet. What kind of jobs will Africans invent? l WEF wef.ch/1ixnff7
Household debt inches higher. Our researchers say the housing data present a mixed picture l Cleveland Fed ow.ly/wHr2A
Thank you as always for joining us on Saturday for HBCU Money™ Dozen. The 12 most important research and finance articles of the week.