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Penn, Chinese academics collaborate in neuroimaging: Links

Penn, Chinese working on brain mapping [Philadelphia Business Journal] — The University of Pennsylvania signs an agreement with the “Chinese Academy of Sciences to develop a joint center of excellence in brain mapping, through which the two organizations will conduct research and education in neuroimaging.” Philadelphia, meet your taxes [It’s Our Money: Daily News] — […]

  • Penn, Chinese working on brain mapping [Philadelphia Business Journal] — The University of Pennsylvania signs an agreement with the “Chinese Academy of Sciences to develop a joint center of excellence in brain mapping, through which the two organizations will conduct research and education in neuroimaging.”
  • Philadelphia, meet your taxes [It’s Our Money: Daily News] — All the taxes in the city and how they could be raised.
  • In Case you’re wondering: Why Phila.’s not in key index [Philadelphia Business Journal] — “The reason why the Philadelphia metropolitan area is excluded on the S&P/Case-Shiller [HomePrice Index], but other cities including Detroit, Las Vegas and Tampa are included, is simple and frustrating. The S&P/Case-Shiller indexes use data from filings in county tax offices for property tax purposes…” and Philadelphia’s data isn’t share timely enough.
  • Chamber questions Council candidates [Chamber blog] — Giving more recommendations for November’s elections
  • Geek of the Week: Randy Schmidt of Forge38 [Geekadelphia] — Of iSEPTA and Lose it or Lose it fame
  • A penny saved may be what some majors earn [PhillyInc: Inquirer] — If you’re a math, sciences or engineering graduate, your lifetime earnings should be plentiful, if you’re not, you’re screwed.
  • Student-started USM fetches $255M from Emcor [PhillyInc: Inquirer] Two West Chester graduates cash out on USM Services Holdings, a Norristown-based commercial cleaning business.

 

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