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Finding out your newborn’s genetic fate could soon be reality. So could these moral dilemmas l New Scientist ow.ly/LpZag
IBM, Fujifilm show tape storage still has a long future l CIOonline trib.al/GO03jyq
Healthy oceans need sharks: The Shark Stanley’s new book l Pew Environment bit.ly/1JsL0Ae
Carbon Markets Could Soon Cover Half of North America’s Population l Clean Technica dlvr.it/9KNM9n
US challenges China in supercomputing race with 180-petaflop system l Computerworld ow.ly/LpZwj
New York state has 1,744 MW of wind capacity, an increase of 3,500% since 2005 l Renewable Cities ow.ly/LpZFX
Federal Reserve, Central Banks, & Financial Departments
Investing in public transit now can help cities avoid a high-carbon future l World Bank wrld.bg/LinoK
Could DNA from a mother’s bacteria be making its way into the genes of her offspring? l World Economic Forum wef.ch/1NaaNxo
Lack of access to surgical care accounts for a significant portion of the global disease burden l World Bank wrld.bg/LouoI
Can you teach creativity? l World Economic Forum wef.ch/1HvdDuQ
Asian families are catching up to (and in some measurements, have surpassed) white families l St. Louis Fed bit.ly/1CYZOnX
Why science says it’s a good idea to keep a diary l World Economic Forum wef.ch/1LRSBNB
Thank you as always for joining us on Saturday for HBCU Money™ Dozen. The 12 most important research and finance articles of the week.