Did you miss HBCU Money™ Dozen via Twitter? No worry. We are now putting them on the site for you to visit at your leisure. We have made some changes here at HBCU Money™ Dozen. We are now solely focused on research and central bank articles from the previous week.
Astronomy’s carbon footprint is shocking: Let’s reduce it with some green sky thinking l New Scientist http://ow.ly/t9CJI
Stand back Earth. The star next door – Alpha Centauri B – may host a ‘superhabitable’ world l New Scientist http://ow.ly/t9CVb
The amazing inside story of the Texas library with no books l NetworkWorld http://ow.ly/t9DyE
How do flame retardants affect children’s health? l US EPA Research http://ow.ly/t9DTR
A Cryptocurrency Backed By Solar Energy l Clean Technica http://dlvr.it/4qKPNG
Watch HIV spread inside a mouse’s gut l New Scientist http://youtu.be/eT0mQEjepLs (related story http://ow.ly/t9Eg0 )
Federal Reserve, Central Banks, & Financial Departments
Volatility of household income increased about 30%, on average, between 1970s and 2000s l Richmond Fed http://ow.ly/t9Etd
Half the world cooks with solid fuels and faces health risks. l World Bank http://wrld.bg/t86X2
Mexico holds rate, but keeps eye on inflationary pressures l Central Bank News http://dlvr.it/4qJryG
Notes from the Field: Wealth Building–Keeping it Local l Cleveland Fed http://ow.ly/t9F73
Global economic growth acceleration tempered by deflation risks l Dallas Fed http://bit.ly/1edoI9o
In last 30 years, world lost $3.8 trillion to natural disasters. l World Bank http://wrld.bg/t6UwM
Thank you as always for joining us on Saturday for HBCU Money™ Dozen. The 12 most important research and finance articles of the week.