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The Finance & Tech Week In Review – 7/22/17

Every Saturday the HBCU Money staff picks ten articles they were intrigued by and think you will enjoy for some weekend reading impacting finance and tech.

Cows Produce Powerful HIV Antibodies / Science News http://ow.ly/M7U630dQSt2

Fire ants build tall towers that are constantly sinking and being rebuilt / Science News http://ow.ly/xsRt30dQSzt

Digital drinking buddy replaces ill-advised tweets with cat pics / New Scientist 

God vs the multiverse: The 2500-year war / New Scientist 

Could your data-intensive research use a boost? / Argonne 

Forget coding, we need to teach our kids how to dream / WEF 

Would the minimum wage increase have helped only St. Louis City residents? / St. Louis Fed 

Explore the regional impact of the Boston Fed / Boston Fed 

When will we see a Tesla of the skies? / WEF

Why ‘cashless societies’ don’t benefit the poor / WEF 

St. Louis Fed’s Chief Economic Adviser Discusses Demographics, Education, And Race Of Wealth

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“William R. Emmons, senior economic adviser at the Center for Household Financial Stability at the St. Louis Fed, discusses key findings from the center’s research on demographics—specifically race, ethnicity, education and age—and the relationship of those factors to wealth accumulation.” – via St. Louis Fed

3e9c4900-5ce5-451f-9003-6c469db793c3For the full presentation and video click here.