Harlem Student Tahvis Magruder Selected For Nobel Experience In Sweden

Harlem has one Noble Prize winner, won by Harlemite Dr. Paul G.Falkowski, now if all everything goes as planned we may have another.

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Chancellor Carranza Announces Increase In Student Computer Science Education From Harlem To Hollis

Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today announced that approximately 134,000 students received Computer Science (CS) education in 2017-18, a record high. Continue Reading →

Harlem Native Dr. Paul G. Falkowski Wins Nobel Prize For The Environment

Dr. Paul G. Falkowski, born 1951, is an American biological oceanographer in the Institute of Marine and Coastal Sciences at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Continue Reading →

Harlem Site Could Become City’s Life Sciences Hub

Patch reports that a large city-owned site in East Harlem has been identified as the possible new home of a $100 million science facility, city officials announced Tuesday. Continue Reading →

The Annual Biomedical Research Conference 2018 For Minority Students (ABRCMS)

Join the transformative discoveries in research at the ABRCMS conference 2018 on November 14-17, 2018, at the Indiana Convention Center, IN. Continue Reading →

Special Riverside Chat On Government Support For Life Sciences At Columbia In Harlem

One year ago, Mayor De Blasio announced $500 million for life-science initiatives in New York City, and every year SBA administers SBIR/STTR grants in the range of hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars each. Continue Reading →

Join The Harlem Biospace Digital Disruption Discussion In Healthcare At Columbia University

NYC-based companies are leveraging algorithms and data to change the way people think about their health. Continue Reading →


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