Harlem Biospace (Hb) helps enhance the reach of Manhattanville, Harlem’s educational hub.
An initiative of New York City Economic Development Corporation’s (NYCEDC), Harlem Biospace (Hb) recently launched resources open to both incubator members and the biotech community, including an exciting lecture and workshop series, a job board, and Biotech Pulse, a news-sharing resource.
Via Harlem Biospace Resources ›
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Genealogy site www.Ancestry.com now offers DNA analysis so anyone can track their ethnic origins based on their genetic code.
Per their site: “Get personalized details about your unique ethnic origins. Discover more about your story with advanced DNA science from the experts in family history.”
It would be fascinating to compare Ancestry’s genetics-based analysis of Harlem residents with that of say the US Census’ human-response-based analysis, which we covered here.
Click here to learn more.
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Jack Dorsey (co-founder and co-creator of Twitter and founder and CEO of Square, a mobile payments company), connects with entrepreneurs with businesses based in Harlem, in this fascinating interview.
Featured businesses include Harlem Skin Clinic and Astor Row Cafe.
This interview follows Dorsey’s recent appearance at the Apollo, courtesy of Square’s “Let’s Talk” series, which we first posted about on December 13th 2013.
Says Dorsey about Harlem: ”There’s an electricity in the air. It’s one of the reasons we chose Harlem for this event.”
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I was putting my new year’s resolution into action the other day at the gym.
I was pleasantly surprised to see the following wireless signal pop-up on my iPhone.
Truth be told the signal has been intermittent and slower than I would like.
However I suspect this will improve over time.
For those who live and or visit Harlem if you see evidence of free wifi and if so where specifically?