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AABE in Energy; AABE says “Get on Board”

The American Association of Blacks in Energy is on a mission. With an almost forty year history and forty chapters nationwide, they want to get African-Americans entrenched in the energy industry. AABE has grown to become the unique “national association of energy professionals founded and dedicated to ensure the input of African Americans and other …

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Charles Rangel expected to win another term in Congress from New York’s Harlem district

Despite a spirited challenge, Democratic voters in New York on Tuesday likely granted another two years in Congress to Rep. Charles B. Rangel, who has been there for more than 40 years. Rangel, a 22-term incumbent who has been the face and voice Harlem politics since 1971, declared victory late Tuesday night in his Democratic …

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NEW YORK DAILY NEWS DECISIVELY ENDORSES CHARLIE RANGEL FOR CONGRESS

Following Final Poll Showing Strong Lead Heading Into Final Days, Rangel Earns Major Newspaper Endorsement From The New York Daily News NYDN: Rangel Outclasses State Sen. Adriano Espaillat, In Experience, Depth Of Knowledge, Washington Connections & Record of Delivering For New Yorkers New York Daily News Endorsement Follows Growing Momentum Of Grassroots Support For Congressman …

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University City Science Center — Philly’s Growing Research Park

As America searches for innovative ways to stimulate local economies and stay competitive in a global market, business and science incubators are popping up all over the country. Philadelphia’s University City Science Center (UCSC) is one of the pioneers of the incubator model, providing lab and office space for start-up, growing, and established companies since …

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HNO Green Fuels: Making Particulate Matter Emissions a Thing of the Past

Donald Owens in the lab. Diesel engines support much of the nation’s infrastructure — from trucks, buses, and trains, to ships, off-road equipment, and generators. However, these efficient work machines also have a severe environmental impact. There are currently almost 400 million diesel engines in the world, with nearly 20 million new ones produced worldwide …

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The Future Started Yesterday & You’re Already Running Late

Paula Jackson, President and CEO of AABE (left), Dan Packer, member of Board of Directors, Jamilah Gladney, David Moody, Premier AABE Scholarship Winner along with Dr. Evelyn Gladney. There is a revolution in Energy, galloping across the globe and creating careers in its wake. The Harlem Times was warmly welcomed to the 37th Annual Conference …

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Hon. Tom Roach, left, Emanuel Azcona, Kecia Palmer-Cousins, Ed Bergstraesser, Dr. Irving McPhail PHOTO S BY Kenneth Kencaid

AT&T contributes $150,000 to NACME in continued support of STEM opportunities for minorities

Hon. Tom Roach, left, Emanuel Azcona, Kecia Palmer-Cousins, Ed Bergstraesser, Dr. Irving McPhail (PHOTOS BY Kenneth Kencaid) White Plains, N.Y. – AT&T gifted the National Action Council for Minorities in Engineering (NACME) $150,000 on May 1, 2014. This contribution is part of a 40-year relationship between the parties, involving mutual interest in growing science, technology, …

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Silicon Harlem

Have you ever wondered if your already smart phone could be even smarter? Consider a new, personalized experience where your refrigerator orders your food and your car automatically schedules an appointment with the mechanic — all through your mobile device. These amenities will be available in the near future, as was discussed at the “Silicon Valley Meets …

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