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NYC 'urban informatics' program readies for start

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NEW YORK (AP) — A new New York City graduate program aimed at applying information technology to urban problems is gearing up to admit its first class this summer. The New York University-led Center for Urban Science and Progress Thursday showed off its temporary home in a Brooklyn office building Thursday to Mayor Michael Bloomberg. The center is dedicated to "urban informatics," or collecting...

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