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Argonne’s Rick Stevens discussing China’s supercomputing push l Argonne http://bit.ly/15rg8dn
Meteorological Versus Astronomical Summer—What’s the Difference? l NSSL http://ow.ly/mhqVo
A city “works like a star.” New math model explains the common properties of cities l SLAC http://bit.ly/184nQQW
Elikem Kuenyehia: Improving Ghana’s Business Climate – Access to Finance is key l Grow Africa http://ow.ly/mhs5J
Federal Reserve, Central Banks, & Financial Departments
“After the Fall: Rebuilding Family Balance Sheets, Rebuilding the Economy” l St. Louis Fed http://bit.ly/11rtx2r
House won’t consider 2014 agriculture spending bill next week l Floor Action http://bit.ly/19bYUIz
Increasing mortgage rates will not ruin the housing recovery l Housing Wire http://hwi.re/3YGnRH
Teachers: Join us this summer for any of our free, professional development workshops l Kansas City Fed http://ow.ly/mhtFG
Underemployment, College Graduates, and the Recession l Cleveland Fed http://ow.ly/mhtNw
Who lost the most wealth in the Great Recession? Learn more in our new annual report l St. Louis Fed http://bit.ly/11rtx2r
Thank you as always for joining us on Saturday for HBCU Money™ Dozen. The 12 most important research and finance articles of the week.