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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 December 2012
* Virtual Body Technology Uses 5 Senses >>
* BigDog Robot Learns To Obey Voice Commands, Follow, Roll Over >>
* Japanese Firm Introduces The Satis, An Android App-Controlled Toilet >>
* The thought experiment that proved light has a speed limit >>
* NASA’s Final 2012 Doomsday Debunking Video (We Hope) >>
* Van-sized space rock is a cosmic oddball >>
* First map of how the brain organizes everything we see >>
* Mayo Clinic study unmasks regulator of healthy life span >>
* The Top 10 Science Stories of 2012 >>
* A new ‘network-extracted ontology’ model of the cell >>
* Human Hands Evolved for Fighting, Study Suggests >>
* The Objet1000 Can 3-D Print An Entire Bicycle Frame >>
* Will we ever have cyborg brains? >>
* For Manned Deep-Space Missions, Radiation Is Biggest Hurdle >>
* Inside China's Secret Arsenal >>
* Best nature pictures of 2012 >>
* High-pressure sound beam with 100 times sharper focus could one day be a scalpel >>
* NASA's brand new spacesuit prototype really does look like Buzz Lightyear >>
* Butterfly Nebula >>
* We Want These "Ultrastretchable" Charging Cables Now, Please >>
* A startup that will store your data in space — and on Mars >>
* 2013 Smart Guide: New maps to rein in cosmic inflation >>
* Top Scientific Discoveries of 2012 >>
* Artificial intelligence helps sort used batteries >>
* The GPS-Tracked Life Cycle of Garbage >>
* Large Hadron Collider's heir likely destined for Japan >>
* Humankind's Enduring Fascination with the Apocalypse >>
* Pocket test measures fifty things in a drop of blood >>
* You'll Go Insane Trying To Understand How These Interwoven Gears Can Possibly Work >>
* This Laser Weapon Got Five Times More Powerful in Just One Year >>
* The World's Scariest Robot Now Listens to Human Master >>
* Would Arming Teachers And Students Really Have Prevented A Tragedy? >>
* Stem Cell Surgery Led To Bones Growing In Patient's Eye >>
* 2013 Smart Guide: Revolutionary human stem cell trial >>
* Building Body Parts With Software >>
* Blame bacteria if you start putting on weight >>
* 'Pinch-and-paste' app boosts your interior design skills >>
* Fabricated future: The sceptic's guide to 3D printing >>
* Power sources for flexible, stretchable electronics >>
* Earlier cancer diagnosis by detecting biomarkers in urine >>
* A display that makes interactive 3D seem mind-bogglingly real >>
* Another Earth just 12 light-years away? >>
* Darwin in Space: How Multigenerational Missions Could Shape Human Evolution >>
* 2012 Year in Pictures: Part II >>
* Scientists construct first detailed map of how the brain organizes everything we see >>
* Oh Great, Augmented Reality Eyepatches Will Probably Lead To Super Pirates >>
* 2012 Year in Pictures: Part II >>
* Killer Robots Are Coming – AI Experts To Determine Their Threat Toward Humanity >>
* How To Make Your Own Dizzying Spinning Time-Lapse Videos >>
* Darwin in Space: How Multigenerational Missions Could Shape Human Evolution >>
* Astronomers Zoom in on Stars Orbiting Milky Way's Center >>
* Energy-efficient computer memory using magnetic materials >>
* Ray Kurzweil now on the job at Google >>
* Best videos of 2012: Soap bubbles create 3D display >>
* Google Play Books Gets "Read Aloud" and Other New Features >>
* "Humans May be the First Generation of Advanced Life in the Milky Way" (Today's Most Popular) >>
* Quantum Computing Solves Classical Problems | Simons Foundation >>
* The Most Fascinating Human Evolution Discoveries of 2012 >>
* Five Planets Around Nearby Star Tau Ceti; One in Habitable Zone >>
* When will we finally have a world government? >>
* Watch Darpa’s Headless Robotic Mule Respond to Voice Commands >>
* Here is your possibly leaked Star Wars: Episode VII plot of the day >>
* A Crazy Helmet That Lets You See 360 Degrees At Once >>
* Watch how the ground really moves during an earthquake >>
* IQ tests are 'meaningless and too simplistic' claim researchers >>
* Tool-Using Orangutans Learn Like Humans >>
* Quantum Spin liquid can form in a crystalline structure >>
* Gun Control: Searching Down Under for Change to Believe In >>
* Scientists Engineer Algae To Produce New Targeted Cancer Therapy >>
* How the Human Brain Organizes the Universe We See >>
* Departing Space Station commander provides tour of orbital laboratory >>
* Makerbot Is Finally Removing 3D-Printable Gun Designs >>
* Phoenix's new observation tower looks like a massive honey dipper >>
* Smart Design On What We’ll Really Want From Robot Cars >>
* Victorian counting device gets speedy quantum makeover >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 December 2012
* REALTIME CG: Agni's Philosophy--Final Fantasy Real Time Tech Demo >>
* Autodesk Developing CAD Software to Design, 3-D Print Living Tissue >>
* Ping Pong Ball-Sized Robots Can Swarm Together To Form A Smart Liquid >>
* Smartphone-Controlled Japanese Toilet Keeps A Personal Poop Diary >>
* Peter Thiel's Latest Pet Project: Tornado-Powered Energy >>
* How the brain adapts when goals shift >>
* This 3-D Printer Can Print You An Entire Bike >>
* Could nuclear disarmament actually increase our chance of an apocalypse? >>
* The Year in Space, From NASA and ESA >>
* Small, portable sensors allow users to monitor pollution on their smart phones >>
* After Merger, 3D Printing Industry Has A New Leader >>
* Nikon Photomicrography Competition: It’s a Small World After All >>
* A powerful microscale actuator for microrobotics and drug delivery >>
* Tissue engineering at MIT: where it’s going >>
* IBM reveals five innovations that will change our lives within five years >>
* Nexus >>
* Get the whole family together over the holidays, from anywhere >>
* 'The idea we live in a simulation isn't science fiction' >>
* Scientists Make Fish Grow "Hands" In Experiment Revealing How Fins Became Limbs >>
* Liquid metal used to create wires that stretch eight times their original length >>
* Google Accidentally Photographs Military Drone Landing >>
* Violent polar storms help control the world's weather >>
* Is the obesity epidemic caused by too much sugar? >>
* Why Are Architects Deploying Drones? >>
* Now Live: The January 2013 Issue Of Popular Science Magazine >>
* GE Built a Better Bus Battery >>
* HTC’s Next Android Flagship Packs 1.7GHz Quad-Core Processor and 1080p Screen >>
* "Organic Building Blocks Found Everywhere in the Universe" >>
* How to Install an Escalator on the 101st Floor of America's Tallest Building >>
* One of the Largest Astronomical Images Ever Made >>
* Why Spree Shooters Commit Suicide >>
* Nobody’s perfect: 400 DNA variants listed >>
* New insight into an intriguing state of magnetism >>
* Chemists synthesize new breed of anti-aromatic compound >>
* Would You Send Your Child to School With Body Armor? >>
* Judge OKs Warrantless Cell-Site Data in Landmark Privacy Case >>
* Google's cloud-based music-matching service has arrived... and it's free >>
* Japanese Team Attempting to Topple MIT's Record for Human-Powered Flight >>
* Bitcasa brings limitless cloud storage to Android and Windows 8 today, iOS >>
* Hack Your Life in One Day: A Beginner's Guide to Enhanced Productivity >>
* Garmin smartphone apps updated with Foursquare integration, location-sharing via Glympse >>
* Huge Black Holes Found in Our Cosmic Backyard >>
* Perl programming language marks 25th birthday >>
* NVIDIA Tegra 4 processor details leaked: 4-plus-1 cores, 28nm, 6x power of Tegra 3 >>
* Found: Whale Thought Extinct for 2 Million Years >>
* Akamai’s New CEO Aims to Speed Up Mobile Computing >>
* Three Habitable Zone Planets Discovered Around One Red Dwarf >>
* Spam virus hits Android video games >>
* Sperm length, not just the count, determines fertility >>
* Physicists say they found 2 Higgs boson >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 December 2012
* Scientists Make Fish Grow "Hands" In Experiment Revealing How Fins Became Limbs >>
* Tweets Need A Credibility Rating And This Lie Detector Algorithm Could Help >>
* Peter Thiel Funds Effort To Tap Tornado Power To Generate Electricity >>
* An app too far? The smart toilet you can control from your PHONE >>
* DARPA creating 100 Gigabit per second wireless communication backbone >>
* Why NASA's Moon Twins Are Crashing At The Lunar North Pole Later Today >>
* Scientists Use A Virus To Reconstruct The Heart's Own Pacemaker >>
* Asterank 3D: A Visual Guide To Getting Rich In Space >>
* Head-mounted cameras could help robots understand social interactions >>
* Using light to remotely trigger biochemical reactions >>
* Mars Astronauts Likely to Witness 1 Megaton Asteroid Impacts >>
* By Hiring Kurzweil, Google Just Killed the Singularity >>
* European Project Aims To Create 1,500 New Stem Cell Lines >>
* Electric Universe 2013 Conference – The Tipping Point >>
* Swarms of Tiny Futuristic Robots to Create "Liquid that Thinks and Colonize Space" >>
* 2012 Year in Pictures: Part I >>
* Paralyzed Woman Can Eat A Chocolate Bar, With Graceful Mind-Controlled Prosthetic Arm >>
* Bed Bugs Ignore Alleged Ultrasonic Annoyers >>
* Weekend Diversion: Discovering the Universe >>
* Robotic arm 'mind control' hailed >>
* 7 'Half-Baked Ideas' on Where Cloud Will Take Us in 2013 and Beyond >>
* No, Really, Regulate the Bullets >>
* IBM: Computers Will See, Hear, Taste, Smell and Touch in 5 Years >>
* The IBM Next 5 in 5: Our 2012 Forecast of Inventions that Will Change the World Within Five Years >>
* Researchers Convert Phones Into Secret Listening Devices >>
* Patient Shows New Dexterity with a Mind-Controlled Robot Arm >>
* DARPA Begins Work On 100Gbps Wireless Tech With 120-mile Range >>
* Anatomy of a Solar Car >>
* Sweden offers to be gateway to space >>
* NASA eyes mission to Jupiter moon Europa by 2021 >>
* Messier Monday: A Great Galactic Controversy, M102 >>
* Patient Shows New Dexterity with a Mind-Controlled Robot Arm >>
* To Pinpoint Audio Evidence, UK Police Record 7 Years Of Background Noise >>
* Did a Massive Supernova Explosion Trigger the Formation of Our Solar System? >>
* First Road Map of Human Sex-Cell Development >>
* Star Wars Fans Building a Full Scale Replica of the Millennium Falcon >>
* CERN: First Large Hadron Collider (LHC) protons run ends with new milestone >>
* An information-processing approach to the origin of life >>
* The solar-powered bike-car thingy we've all been waiting for >>
* What is your SQ? >>
* Ridiculous is the new remarkable >>
* Major breakthrough in indoor positioning research >>
* 7 Good Reasons Why There Might Be Life on Other Planets >>
* Team confirms “gusty winds” in space turbulence >>
* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Tectonics on Enceladus >>
* How to get fossil fuels from ice cream, soap >>
* Scientists capture, preserve cancer cells circulating in blood >>
* Doomsday 2012: Watch the 'End of the World' Live Online >>
* Hybrid tunnel may help guide severed nerves back to health >>
* Plants in space: No gravity required >>
* World's Largest Atom Smasher Gets Faster >>
* White blood cells visit healthy kidneys, too >>
* Life Up Close: The Year’s Best Microscope Views of Biology >>
* Focus: Atomic Spins at Human Scale >>
* Toward a new model of the cell >>
* For best buds or a big network, money matters >>
* How Ebola sneaks past immune system >>
* Plutonium at 150 years >>
* Forecast 2013: The Appification Of Everything Will Turn The Web... >>
* NASA names moon crash site in honor of Sally Ride >>
* Scientists use a virus to create a natural pacemaker inside the heart >>
* IBM's 5 in 5 predicts cognitive computing will complement our senses, virtualize touch >>
* IBM: In the next 5 years computers will learn, mimic the human senses >>
* This Facebook Message will Self Destruct in Three...Two... >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 December 2012
* What Google sees in new hire, futurist Ray Kurzweil >>
* Quantum Entanglement Leaps Beyond Einstein --"New States of Light" >>
* Watch the Lunar Rover drive on the Moon in stabilized HD >>
* The Internet of Everything: Let's Get This Right >>
* Bioabsorbable Electrospun Disks for Delivery of Stem Cell Therapy to Eyes (VIDEO) >>
* Solidoodle 3 is an $800 3D printer that you can stand on, we go hands on (video) >>
* Solar Impulse Announces Flight Across America For 2013 >>
* Homemade self-balancing unicycle uses an Arduino to keep upright >>
* Artificial Intelligence Knows When People Are Tweeting About You >>
* How to turn robots into social butterflies >>
* Diphallia: When men are born with two penises >>
* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Painted Swan Nebula >>
* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Shooting Star From Space >>
* Can Mental Screening Predict Mass Murder? >>
* iPhone map app overlays a virtual path on the real world >>
* Gallery: Canada's finished 'Twisted' skyscrapers >>
* China's plan to build a massive 120 million-square-foot city — from scratch >>
* Quantum Imaging Technique Heralds Unjammable Aircraft Detection >>
* Gene therapy shows promise in eradicating some blood cancers >>
* Permian mass extinction triggered by humble microbe >>
* Tweet while you speak >>
* Water saving shower head fills water droplets with air >>
* The UN fought the Internet — and the Internet won >>
* Police Can Timestamp Any Audio Recording From Background Interference Alone >>
* Spacex talks Air Force Launches and Says China will be the fiercest competitor in t 5-10 years >>
* Who Were The First Organisms To Live On Land? >>
* Watch: Asteroid Toutatis Twirling Through Space During Earth Flyby >>
* What tech advances will change our lives in the next 5 years? >>
* Weird Physics of Black Hole Jets --Some Exceed 99.9% Speed of Light >>
* MeRAM is up to 1,000 times more energy-efficient than current technologies >>
* AI designer learns to build games from scratch >>
* IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society (ISTAS) 2013 >>
* Quantum Imaging Technique Heralds Unjammable Aircraft Detection >>
* Fundamental Constant of the Universe --"Same After Seven-Billion Years" >>
* When You Fall Into a Black Hole, How Long Have You Got? >>
* Annotated Machine: How Robots Could Recycle Dead Satellites In Orbit >>
* Final Round: What Is The Most Important Invention Of The Last 25 Years? >>
* Warning, speedsters: you can't fool quantum radar >>
* What mechanism generates our fingers and toes? Genetic studies confirm a mathematical model >>
* In 'Hobbit,' New Tech Mangles the Scenery >>
* 'Liquid that thinks:' Swarm of ping-pong-ball-sized robots created >>
* eBay talks about a contextual future for its mobile efforts; update on our book “Age of Context” >>
* Is Light Subject to Gravity?: Gotta-See Video >>
* Endgame: GRAIL Spacecraft to Slam into Lunar Crater Rim on December 17 >>
* UAV Industry could become a trillion dollar business by 2032 >>
* Smart TVs can spy on their owners >>
* 'Extreme climate may wipe out mammals' >>
* Minimally invasive technique used to remove brain tumour >>
* Sitting up boosts learning skills in babies >>
* LED bulbs on ISS to help astronauts beat insomnia >>
* Master computer controls universe? >>
* Close call signals Earth needs an asteroid shield >>
* Researchers develop a human-like nanobioelectronic tongue >>
* Ipod in a Nuclear Reactor Beam >>
* Application of Complexity Theory: Away from Reductionist Phase Transitions >>
* Ray kurzweil teams up with google to tackle artificial intelligence >>
* Tech Universe: Monday 17 December >>
* Augmented-Reality Racism >>
* Rocket burn sets stage for dynamic moon duos' lunar impact >>
* What’s More Dangerous: Biology or Synthetic Biology? >>
* Solar Panels For Every Home? >>
* Toward a new model of the cell >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 December 2012
* People 'living longer but sicker' >>
* A brush that cleans teeth with ultrasonic waves >>
* Team solves mystery associated with DNA repair >>
* Facebook for Android Just Got a Lot Faster >>
* Nanostructure Material Makes Organic Solar Cells 175 Percent More Efficient in Lab >>
* The 5 Most Disruptive Technologies of 2012 >>
* Tablet-controlled assembly line robots ready for the masses >>
* Scientists can now gauge skin’s true age with new laser technique >>
* Preparing the Brain for a Stroke Before It Occurs >>
* World’s Population Living Longer, New Report Suggests >>
* Timelapse: Incredible Northern Lights from the Arctic Circle >>
* Fabric windmill turbine blades could lower cost and weight >>
* State-of-the-art virtual-reality system is key to medical discovery >>
* Search for aliens poses game theory dilemma >>
* A 360-degree view of the world >>
* Should we live to 1,000? >>
* Welcome to the personal drone revolution >>
* Go forth and print: 3D objects you can print yourself >>
* 3D Printing Goes Prime Time As Staples To Offer “Easy 3D” Service >>
* Higgs boson having an identity crisis >>
* North Korea's Satellite Is Tumbling Out Of Control >>
* Mouse brain cells activated, reactivated in learning and memory >>
* GE Hopes to Make Its Cloth Wind Turbine Idea Fly >>
* An Awesome Guy Made a Flying Drone Armed with a Paintball Gun >>
* Multimode waveguides bring light around corners for photonic chips >>
* Facebook for Android 2.0: Completely Rebuilt for Speed >>
* Dolphin hearing system component found in insects >>
* Geminid Meteor Shower Peaks Tonight and Tomorrow >>
* Installable Web Apps Will Be the Next Tech Battleground >>
* Laser drills could relight geothermal energy dreams >>
* 12 matter particles suffice in nature: Limited number of fermions in standard model >>
* Here's What Your Favorite App Really Thinks of You >>
* Finding dangerous asteroids, before they find us >>
* Where Are All the Female Geniuses? (preview) >>
* Do we live in a computer simulation? How to test the idea. >>
* Biologists engineer algae to make complex anti-cancer ‘designer’ drug >>
* 'Robot ecosystem' in sight as apps get a cash boost >>
* First results from James Cameron's trip to the abyss >>
* Johnny Depp uploaded to supercomputer in film about the Singularity >>
* The Truth About 2012: Killer Solar Flares Are a Physical Impossibility >>
* Video Gaming Skills May Translate to Robotic Surgery >>
* DNA Manufacturing reduced from weeks to minutes validation of DNA structures >>
* More than 200 genes identified for Crohn's Disease >>
* Smartphones can soon be used to 'e-hail' NYC taxis >>
* So much more than an Atom Smasher [Starts With A Bang] >>
* Synopsis: Looking for Atoms that Pack By the Rules >>
* Microbubbles may detect heart disease early >>
* Live Chat: A Birth Control Pill for Men >>
* Cancer stem cells isolated from kidney tumors >>
* Duo create GravityLight: Lamp that runs off of gravity (w/ video) >>
* Key gene for brain development >>
* Humans Have Been Eating Cheese For At Least 7,500 Years >>
* How an Electric Guitar Actually Works >>
* Why the ITU is the wrong place to set Internet standards >>
* Man Puts (Paintball) Gun on Quadrotor, But Don't Panic >>
* University of Bath develops efficient vector-based video >>
* Billions Of Reasons To Get Ready For Big Data >>
* Schmidt On Why Tax Avoidance is Good, Robot Workers, and Google Fiber >>
* Deploying an Army of Smartphones to Stream Images of Everything >>
* The Robotics Revolution Is Happening >>
* 40 Years Ago, Humans Took Their Final Steps on the Moon >>
* Revolutionary Custom Made Heart Patch Saves Woman's Life >>
* Two types of artificial muscle from nanotechnology >>
* Nanomedicine >>
* The Era of Indefinite Lifespan - Nov 21,2010 >>
* Rework (Philip Glass Remixed) app by Snibbe Studio >>
* Installable Web Apps Will Be the Next Tech Battleground >>
* Controversial Addiction Surgery Burns Away Brain's Pleasure Center >>
* Delaying childbirth can lower breast cancer risk >>
* Personalized medicine to be reality soon >>
* Scientists decode secret of gentle touch >>
* Jedi Religion Most Popular Alternative Faith In England >>
* Physics on a plane: Crystals grown under 0 gravity >>
* Why the World Will Run Out of Helium >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 December 2012
* Target faulty brain circuits to treat mental illness >>
* Scientists develop eco battery powered by root-extracted dye >>
* Engineer Builds a Gingerbread House Using Lasers >>
* Vector Vengeance: British Claim They Can Kill the Pixel Within Five Years >>
* Schrödinger's gardenia: Does biology need quantum mechanics? >>
* New UltraGig 6400 transmitter wirelessly connects mobile devices to DTVs >>
* Engineers pinpoint origin of bone fractures >>
* Heart cells beat in bioscaffold for babies >>
* Is Russia's Robotic Space Program Headed for a Renaissance? >>
* More than 3,000 epigenetic switches control daily liver cycles >>
* Internet treaty talks breaking down >>
* Chip could turn smartphones into bomb sensors >>
* 2013: The Year You Wave At Tech And Quit Fiddling With It >>
* Stress resilience, susceptibility traced to neurons in reward circuit >>
* 9 Ways Humanity Could Bring About Our Own Destruction >>
* Eyewire: a citizen science quest to map the connectome >>
* Artificial muscle for soft robots can bend in sunlight >>
* How to directly sequence small genomes without library preparation >>
* Scientists discover mechanism that could reduce obesity >>
* Milky Way Over Quiver Tree Forest >>
* Slaloming robot minicopter learns from its mistakes >>
* New Airwave-Sharing Scheme Will Launch a Wireless Revolution >>
* Researchers induce, relieve depression symptoms in mice with light >>
* Emotion Detector Goes to the Heart of Electorate >>
* Robotic scarless gallbladder surgery >>
* All-seeing headset gives you 360-degree vision >>
* Tiny, Convenient Terahertz Microchips Can See Inside Objects >>
* Compact ROR hydropower generator for use in rivers and streams >>
* The Future And You -- December 12, 2012 >>
* Lumi: a Useful Web Recommendation Engine >>
* Origin of Life Needs a Rethink, Scientists Argue >>
* One in four has no qualification http://bbc.in/W7f2kk >>
* 3-D Printers Churn Out Holiday Gifts http://bit.ly/VBuaEz >>
* The Wonder Seeing Earth from Space. Astronauts Reflect on The Big Blue Marble >>
* For New Lamps, An Unlikely Energy Source: Gravity >>
* MIND Reviews: Are We Getting Smarter? >>
* Target faulty brain circuits to treat mental illness >>
* Curiosity's Cousins: Autonomous Polar Robots Explore Earth's Extremes >>
* Google Grant to Help WWF Monitor Endangered Species with Drones >>
* MIT Makes Smallest Gallium Arsenide Transistor >>
* Zero Day Hole In Samsung Smart TVs Could Have TV Watching You >>
* The Incredible Shrinking Chip Industry >>
* How an Architect Uses a 3D Printer >>
* U.S. spy agency predicts a very transhuman future by 2030 >>
* Babies get a jump on face recognition >>
* Rare Mini Quasar Found Gobbling Matter in Andromeda >>
* Sun's X-Rays Reveal New Twist >>
* Superman 'T-Ray' Vision Becomes Possible for Smartphones >>
* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: 5 Galaxy Pile-Up >>
* Making Smarter Cities By Making Smarter Systems >>
* Plants in Space Prove Gravity Unnecessary For Normal Growth >>
* Disney unveils flying, fire-breathing mechanical dragon >>
* The first-ever image of a massive river system on another world >>
* Telescope's New Robot Spies Distant Galaxies' Early Lives >>
* Widening the Habitable Zone >>
* Fragile X protein linked to nearly 100 genes involved in autism >>
* These Terrifying Handcuffs Can Shock And Drug Prisoners >>
* PSY, Mars, and Gabby Douglas: Google Sums Up The Year That Was 2012 >>
* Uploaded e-crews for interstellar missions >>
* Robot copies your muscles and bones >>
* Toxic interaction in neurons that leads to dementia and ALS >>
* Scientific Aesthetics >>
* Photosynthesis: Mysterious enzyme structure solved >>
* 'Smart stethoscope' advance in monitoring treatment of kidney stones >>
* X-ray laser takes aim at cosmic mystery >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 December 2012
* One Week Left To Invent The Future >>
* Doll-Like Robot Will Keep Astronauts Company on Space Station >>
* VIDEO: The motorcycle that doesn't fall over >>
* Scientists Create Fish With Legs >>
* Skeleton Muscle Bot Brings I, Robot's Future One Step Closer >>
* On TV, Ray Kurzweil Tells Me How to Build a Brain >>
* The many maps of the brain >>
* Back to the Moon for power? >>
* DARPA’s Wound Stasis technology could save lives >>
* 2012 State of the Future >>
* Laser Beams Boost Batteries of Aerial Drones >>
* Why Denser Cities Are Smarter and More Productive >>
* Kenshiro Robot Gets New Muscles and Bones >>
* Alan Alda asks scientists to explain: What's time? >>
* Japan researchers invent solar-cell fabric >>
* Brain displays an intrinsic mechanism for fighting infection >>
* A Scrapbook of Our Relationship With the Universe >>
* Cheap Tiny Terahertz detection chips developed >>
* Biology is a manufacturing capability >>
* The Machine that Will Help End TB >>
* How to focus light at the nanoscale >>
* Herschel Spacecraft Won’t “Bomb” the Moon, But GRAIL Will >>
* Air Force’s Secret X-37B Space Plane Launches on Third Mission >>
* Ep. 280: The Cosmological Constant >>
* A Sensor-Filled Watch That Keeps Track Of Your Health >>
* How Google’s Designers Are Quietly Overhauling Search >>
* Your future awaits — but is this what you want? >>
* A Humanoid Robot With Lifelike Bones And Muscles >>
* Genetic Researchers Grow A Fish That Has Legs >>
* White Nose Syndrome In Bats Could Yield Clues About AIDS >>
* FYI: How Long Would It Take Santa To Deliver Presents To Every Kid On Earth? >>
* Virtual reality system is key to medical discovery >>
* The Andromeda Project >>
* NASA to Unveil Early Universe Findings Wednesday >>
* Measuring the nanoworld: Rulers made of DNA >>
* Repair damaged eyes with stem cell discs >>
* Anti-aging gene identified as tumor suppressor in mice, research finds >>
* Study: Wind, solar, and energy storage could power electric grid >>
* 400Gbps-class optical transmissions technology to deliver optical networks that are energy efficient, flexible >>
* #CHIPS: "Intel's Atom Extends Mobile Battery Life" >>
* Withings WS-30 WiFi bathroom scale hands-on >>
* Virgin Media extends London Underground WiFi again, aims for 120 stations >>
* The evolution of This Exquisite Forest >>
* Data speeds power up MWA radio telescope research >>
* Boston Sci’s New 32 Contact Spinal Cord Stimulator Approved in Europe >>
* Merit Medical’s ONE Snare: FDA Cleared for Intravascular Object Retrieval (VIDEO) >>
* Robots Will Steal Your Job, But That’s OK: how to survive the economic collapse and be happy >>
* New Fabric Paves Way for Chip-Embedded Clothes >>
* Laser Fusion Put On a Slow Burn By US Government >>
* Allwinner throws A20 dual-core and A31-quad-core processors into ARM fray >>
* Intel has 6 watt Atom chip with 64 bit server capabilities >>
* Croatian Telecom piloting 1Gbps TeraStream network with Cisco behind the wheel >>
* AI Yes, Zombies No >>
* Brain Drain vs. Womb Drain: Which Will Deplete Russia First? >>
* New optical tweezers trap specimens just a few nanometers wide >>
* A liquid crystal based contact lens display >>
* NGC 604: Giant Stellar Nursery
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* USB-Powered Self-Misting Hairbrush: Thanko, You've Done It Again >>
* Transhumanism: A Grimoire of Alchemical Agendas >>
* We May be Living in a Massive Computer-Generated Universe--Physicists Say Its Reality Can Now Be Tested >>
* Sulfate-Feeding Microbes Active in Earth's Oceans 2.7 Billion Years Ago >>
* Automated Blackhawk Helicopter Completes First Flight Test >>
* Souped-up immune cells force leukaemia into remission >>
* The New Industrial Revolution by Chris Anderson >>
* New drug lifts hard-to-treat depression in hours >>
* New forecast system helps transoceanic flights avoid storms >>
* Novel laser technique reveals how the inner ear amplifies sound >>
* Is Customer Service Actually Improving? >>
* The Evolution of English Words and Phrases Since 1520 >>
* Speed dates with computer voices >>
* Intel's Penwell mobile processor given a close inspection, stuffs a lot into a little space >>
* Researchers discover surprising complexities in the way the brain makes mental maps >>
* Robot 'race' to fix nuclear plant >>
* Samsung Galaxy S4 Speculation Begins! >>
* Mobile Apps May Aid Weight Loss >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 December 2012
* IBM makes 25 gbps onchip photonic link using commercial CMOS fabrication >>
* If you read only one book about the future of biology, this should be it >>
* Grishin Robotics Pours $250,000 into RobotAppStore >>
* US Nuclear Industry Plans "Rescue Wagon" To Avert Meltdowns >>
* Get ready for ads that follow you from one device to the next >>
* Substitutional Reality System Makes Reality and Fiction Indistinguishable >>
* Inside The World's Biggest Consumer 3D Printing Factory (Video) >>
* The Year in Tech, 2012 >>
* Physicists Turn Pull Into Push >>
* Oyster Mushroom Molecule Kills Cancer Cells >>
* Scientists Can Now Make Brain Cells From Urine >>
* Why The Only Secure Password Is One You Don't Even Know That You Know >>
* DNA mapping for cancer patients >>
* Physicists Use Electrical Signals From Slime Mould to Make Music >>
* Will Big Data Get Too Big for the Metric System to Handle? >>
* U.S. Spies See Superhumans, Instant Cities by 2030 >>
* LuminAR bulb lights path to augmented reality (w/ video) >>
* Zapped by laser, nanobubbles kill cancer >>
* Watch A 10-Story Building Go Up In Two Days >>
* The Architect Who Gave the Future "Sensual Curves" >>
* What Happens When You Put Airplane Fuel In a Normal Car? >>
* Graphene towers promise ‘flexi-electronics’ >>
* Nanostructured ‘sandwich’ boosts solar-cell efficiency almost three times >>
* Cybernetic Revelation: Deconstructing Artificial Intelligence >>
* When the first stars blinked on >>
* Silver nanocubes make super-light-absorbers >>
* IBM ‘silicon nanophotonics’ breakthrough integrates optical and electrical circuits >>
* Just 28% of young people read either online or conventional newspapers each day >>
* Shapeshifting Metamaterial Could Revolutionize How We Treat Wounds >>
* This Mega-Password Cracker Laughs at Your Puny Old Algorithms >>
* Spectacular Hypergiant Star Found Passing Through "Forbidden Zone" >>
* Can your smartphone see through walls? Engineers make tiny, low-cost, terahertz imager chip >>
* Ultrasound can now monitor the health of your car engine >>
* Using Light to Transmit Information --A Seminal New Breakthrough >>
* New multiple myeloma drug shows promise in treating people with advanced disease >>
* Machines Will Outsmart Humans. We Better Be Ready >>
* Ep. 279: The Hubble Constant >>
* Britain launches genome database for patients' DNA >>
* The best psychology books of 2012 >>
* Temple scientists target DNA repair to eradicate leukemia stem cells >>
* Mobile Video Calling Spreads as Smartphones and Tablets Improve >>
* A Course in Machine Learning >>
* National Intelligence Council Predicts there will be no superpower nations by 2030 >>
* Observation Deck 3-D Simulation Technology Creates a New Kind of Map >>
* Researchers devise contact lens with built-in LCD (video) >>
* Physicists Use Electrical Signals From Slime Mould to Make Music >>
* This Is the Future of the US Navy >>
* Why the world is arguing over who runs the internet >>
* Interstellar Flight: The View from Kansas >>
* 3-Mile-Long Asteroid Snapped By Online Telescope | Video >>
* How Fast Is Earth Losing Its Forests? | Video >>
* Japanese Team Aims For World Record In Human-Powered Styrofoam Plane >>
* Take A Virtual Trip To The Moon With Patrick Moore's Handy Guide >>
* Science Can Now Turn Human Urine Into Brain Cells >>
* Round Three: What Are The Most Important Inventions Of The Last 25 Years? >>
* Northrop Grumman patents show potential next-gen bomber design >>
* London to a deploy fleet of high speed Wi-Fi-enabled taxis >>
* 3D-Printable Guns Face Federal Ban >>
* Engineering algae to make complex anti-cancer 'designer' drug >>
* Researchers reveal structure of carbon's "Hoyle state" >>
* Space-age ceramics get their toughest test >>
* Self-assembled monolayers create p-n junctions in graphene films >>
* Muscular dystrophy: ‘Claw’ may lead to new therapy >>
* IBM's silicon nanophotonics chip ready to move from lab to fab >>
* Google Search Algorithm Models Cancer Spread >>
* Your Help Needed to Study Andromeda Galaxy >>
* Why Human-Neanderthal Sex Is Tricky to Prove >>
* New biomaterial gets 'sticky' with stem cells >>
* Secretive Air Force Space Plane Ready for Tuesday Liftoff >>
* Targeting Cancer Stem Cells Via DNA Repair Mechanisms >>
* Engineered T Cells Versus Leukemia >>
* First Results from the Large Hardon Collider >>
* Space Bursts Provide Insight Into Theory of Everything >>
* Application of Complexity Theory: Away from Reductionist Phase Transitions >>
* What the Hell Is This Thing Floating In Space? >>
* Is the U.S. Government Really A Spy Machine? >>
* If you read only one book about the future of biology, this should be it >>
* 1994 compared to 2012 and projections to 2030 >>
* Toshiba goes perpendicular to solve MRAM's power issues, rethink cache memory >>
* Professor Cliff Lampe Talks About Gamification in Academia (Video) >>
* Four Technologies to Watch in 2013 >>
* Intel Y-level Ivy Bridge chips may dip below 13W, lead to speedy Windows 8 tablets >>
* Via the Moon, a Theory of Life on Mars >>
* Steve Jobs Warns Apple: Don't Get Greedy >>
* Raspberry Pi as an FM Transmitter >>
* Visualized: Carina Nebula captured with a 268-megapixel camera >>
* Computing with Light >>
* Beyond Machines: The Year 3000 >>
* Future Relationships: big changes on the way, experts say >>
* False Singularities… >>
* Japan taps Zaha Hadid to craft Olympic spaceship stadium in Tokyo >>
* TED Weekends explores creative intelligence >>
* 8 Incredible Nanotechnologies that Actually Exist Today >>
* Einstein was first to dream up dark energy >>
* Caffeinated coffee may reduce the risk of oral cancers >>
* Scientists Create Artificial Brain With 2.3 Million Simulated Neurons >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 December 2012
* Browser Wars Flare Again, This Time for Phones and Tablets >>
* DNA Of Gut Microbes Has Unique Fingerprint >>
* An accelerometer so good that only quantum mechanics limits it >>
* Verizon Wants to Track Your Movements While You Watch TV >>
* Genetic Tag For Electron Microscopy >>
* Seeing color at the nanoscale >>
* Text messaging on a contact lens coming soon >>
* Podcast: Scamming Seniors, Eavesdropping Birds, Scanning Skies for Secret Nuclear Tests >>
* Sir Patrick Moore, BBC astronomy presenter, dies aged 89 >>
* Focus: Subterranean Sound Waves from Projectile Impact >>
* Hovering Drone Grabs Spotlight with 6-Foot Arm >>
* 5 Reasons We May Live in a Multiverse >>
* Space Bursts Provide Insight to Theory of Everything >>
* Storytelling software learns how to tell a good tale >>
* This Contact Lens Puts a Display Right On Your Eye >>
* Beyond Drake's Equation- New Insights into Search for Extraterrestrial Civilizations >>
* Would You Be Comfortable Trusting Your Health To a Robot Doctor? >>
* A 3D printer that manufactures new cancer drugs with drag-and-drop DNA >>
* New Microscopy Technique Gets Close Enough To See The Lengths Of Atomic Bonds >>
* Photos of Model Wearing Picked-up Item are Shown on Display >>
* Everyone Has 400 Genetic Flaws: DNews Nugget >>
* Can Slamming a Spaceship into an Asteroid Save Earth? >>
* Apollo 17: 40 Years Ago Today >>
* Common Misconceptions in Physics >>
* “Overview:” The Perspective-Altering Effect of Seeing Earth from Space >>
* Commute to work on the roller coaster train >>
* Captured: the moment photosynthesis changed the world >>
* See and feel virtual water with this immersive crossmodal perception system from Solidray >>
* NASA investigates use of graphene for new sensors >>
* 'Specialist knowledge is useless and unhelpful' >>
* Bioinspired robot shakes a tail to fool fish >>
* Organic metamaterial flows like a liquid, remembers its shape >>
* New evidence on how compound found in red wine can help prevent cancer >>
* Johns Hopkins surgeons implant first brain ‘pacemaker’ for Alzheimer’s disease in US >>
* Round Two: What Are The Most Important Inventions Of The Last 25 Years? >>
* YouTube reorganises video with automated channels >>
* "Rocky Earth-like Planets May be Common in Universe" (VIDEO) >>
* Image of the Day: NASA Captures Earthly Anti-Matter Explosions (VIDEO) >>
* Machines with built-in copy protection >>
* Insight into DNA reprogramming during egg and sperm cell development >>
* Tech Guru Mark Anderson's Top 10 Predictions For 2013 >>
* The Astronaut Who Captured a Satellite >>
* Can Nanotechnology Create Utopia? >>
* The Most Controlling Smartphone Ever Made >>
* Heart cells can be coaxed to regenerate at low rates >>
* A 3D printer that manufactures new cancer drugs with drag-and-drop DNA >>
* Legs used to repair girl's spine >>
* Rover could be on Martian clays >>
* Searching for an anti-HIV cream >>
* Blast Off : Nanotechnology In Space >>
* Temple scientists target DNA repair to eradicate leukemia stem cells >>
* Brain Pacemaker Helps Treat Alzheimer's Disease >>
* LCD contact lenses could beam text messages right to your eyeball >>
* Could augmented reality windows take boredom out of road trips? >>
* Future of Civilization >>
* Balancing Innovation And Regulation In The Sharing Economy >>
* Language Simulates Perception >>
* Volvo Has A Very Different Take On The Self-Driving Car, And It Just Passed A Major Test >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 December 2012
* Beautiful 'Black Marble' Views Show Earth At Night Like Never Before >>
* Private firm plans trips to moon by 2020 -- for $1.5B >>
* GravityLight uses weight to illuminate without batteries or fuel (video) >>
* Video: A Black Hawk Helicopter Goes Autonomous >>
* Startup CyPhy Shows Off New Drone That Can Slip Through Windows >>
* Scientists identify molecules in the ear that convert sound into brain signals >>
* AR Drone That Infects Other Drones With Virus Wins DroneGames >>
* Exoplanet Catalog Reveals 7 Possibly Habitable Worlds >>
* Researchers decode the chemical signals of bed bugs in real time >>
* A Modified Moleskine For Shooting Two-Way iPhone Video >>
* The Rise of Voice Biometrics for Mobile Phones >>
* Automated drug design using synthetic DNA self-assembly >>
* Driverless vehicles to zip at full speed through intersections >>
* Chinese astronauts may grow vegetables on the Moon >>
* The future of data, technology and the Internet: Futurist Speaker Gerd Leonhard >>
* Your next boss could be a computer >>
* Discovery of 100 million-year-old regions of DNA could accelerate crop-science advances >>
* House approves resolution to keep Internet control out of UN hands >>
* You Built What?!: A Remote-Controlled Robo-Arm >>
* Laser Pulse Controlled Petahertz Transistors could become 10 thousand times faster than todays transistors >>
* A Round-Trip Ticket to the Moon Will Cost You a Mere $750 Million >>
* Golden Spike Commercial Moon Missions Company Video and More Information >>
* Researchers Have Found the Universe's Very First Stars >>
* Heart Cells Can Be Coaxed to Regenerate at Low Rates >>
* 4 Million Switches to Control 20,000 Genes: An Ongoing Revolution in Biology >>
* Sprinkled Nanocubes Could Hold Light Tight for Efficient Solar Panels >>
* Who Will Solve Wearable Computing's "Jetpack" Problem? >>
* Vision-Restoring Implants that Fit Inside the Eye >>
* Many Cars Have a Hundred Million Lines of Code >>
* How Much Physical Space Does the Internet Take Up? >>
* The Rise of Voice Biometrics for Mobile Phones >>
* Fastest light-driven process ever >>
* Image of the Day: Ancient Cavern Systems of Mars --Possible Biological Habitats? >>
* Squirting RC Helicopter Brings The Water Gun Fight To Your Opponent >>
* Mini Shape-Shifting Robots That Fold Into Different Configurations Developed At MIT >>
* Implant Devices Collect Patient Data, But Patients Denied Access >>
* Sperm Count Is Falling In France, And Globally, Too, Study Says >>
* Gene switch found to help a heart heal itself >>
* Chemical key to cell division revealed >>
* NASA Mars rover fully analyzes first soil samples >>
* An algorithm for speech-based emotion classification >>
* Squirrel and bird deception techniques inspire military-robot design >>
* Exploding killer plasmonic nanobubbles! >>
* Next year’s 3D printers >>
* High-energy physicists smash records for network data transfer >>
* Biophysicists unravel cellular ‘traffic jams’ in active transport >>
* Talking Brains and immortality with Ray Kurzweil and Juan Enriquez >>
* Android Takes Off in China, But Google Has Little to Show for It >>
* Beautiful 'Black Marble' Views Show Earth At Night Like Never Before >>
* Human eye proteins detect red beyond red >>
* New optical tweezers trap specimens just a few nanometers across >>
* Why are People so Interested in the DSM-5? >>
* Orbital Sciences Replaces SpaceX on Stratolaunch Project >>
* The First Stars of the Universe --Major Discovery Announced by MIT >>
* 3D cork-like structures created from graphene >>
* How Scientists Turn The Ocean Into A Controlled Laboratory >>
* 47 Tuc Near the Small Magellanic Cloud
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* New technique to deliver stem cell therapy may help damaged eyes regain their sight >>
* See-through ‘MitoFish’ opens a new window on brain diseases >>
* Sat-Map: Explore the lights of the world from space >>
* Super-resolution microscope shows how human T-cells make life or death decisions >>
* Other Solar Systems Might Be More Habitable Than Ours >>
* 40 Years After Apollo, the Moon Still Beckons >>
* Voyager: Dark Highway Ahead >>
* A Smart Tattoo For Medical Sensing And Athletic Performance >>
* Using Dating Site Algorithms To Fight Parkinson’s >>
* Holy crap! Why is the Earth glowing green? >>
* Verizon patents system to watch you at home, serve mood-based ads >>
* Mind-Control Parasites Hijack Immune System, Too >>
* Singularity University Expands Further – Acquires Singularity Summit >>
* Putting gamers on the spot with virtual-reality goggles >>
* A trampoline of light >>
* Handheld Guided Pipettor >>
* Brain circuit signals measured for first time >>
* Reading history through genetics >>
* Treadmill test predicts heart risk in older women >>
* Learning emotional intelligence is a classroom boon, researchers find >>
* Astronaut braces for unprecedented year in space >>
* Satellites Could Detect Rogue Nuclear Tests >>
* The many maps of the brain >>
* Why 3D Printing Matters for 'Made in USA' >>
* MIT Builds Tiny Robot Precursor to Actual Transformers >>
* Optical tweezers trap specimens a few nanometers across >>
* Smartphone App Alerts Drowsy Drivers >>
* Breakthrough in augmented reality contact lens: Curved LCD display holds widespread potential >>
* Sperm Trajectories, Evolving Humans and a Tomato Tapestry: The Best Scientific Figures of 2012 >>
* 4-D Nanowire Transistor Takes Shape of a Christmas Tree >>
* Revolve Robotics Announces Kubi, A Telepresence Rig That Works Like Your Neck >>
* DoorBot lets you see and talk with who's at the door from the comfort of your smartphone (video) >>
* Are There Planets Better at Supporting Life Than Earth? >>
* I’m Not Afraid Of 3D-Printed Guns >>
* The Decades That Invented the Future, Part 7: 1961-1970 >>
* Yes, You Can Hack a Pacemaker (and Other Medical Devices Too) >>
* Ask Slashdot: Do You Still Need a Phone At Your Desk? >>
* What Will 2013 Bring? >>
* AT&T turns your bill into a personalized video to help you understand it >>
* Nest Is Just the Beginning of Smart Home Tech >>
* New Northern Lights Camera Finds 'Ripples' in the Sky >>
* Scientists Race To Establish the First Links of a 'Quantum Internet' >>
* Why Are So Many Professional Millennial Women Unable To Find Dateable Men? >>
* Over 1000 Volunteers For 'Suicide' Mission To Mars >>
* Titan, Saturn's largest moon has 200 kilometer thick ice layer and 300 kilometer thick ocean >>
* Video of the inside of a fly's eye: Scientists develop laser optics which support high-resolution 3D microscopy >>
* Double Star Systems May Hide a Third Companion >>
* What happens to plant growth when you remove gravity? >>
* Grail satellites show Moon's violent history >>
* How a simple infection can trigger cancer >>
* Drones aid rare species watching >>
* How do you demolish a skyscraper? >>
* UN net meeting 'hit by hackers' >>
* Could a Blood Test Detect Autism Early? >>
* Hungry Again? Blame Your Memory >>
* 5 Years of ROS >>
* How to build a million-qubit quantum computer | KurzweilAI >>
* I Want Autonomous Killer Drones: A Personal View >>
* Mushkin shipping 'world's first' 480GB mSATA SSD in January for $500 >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 December 2012
* Smartphones might soon develop emotional intelligence >>
* CyPhy Works reveals tethered flying bots that can spy on you indefinitely (video) >>
* Spaceship aims to be science lab >>
* Intel's Futurist Brian David Johnson Looks Out To 2020-2025 >>
* IBM brings the fight to counterfeiters with nano-sized authentication methods (video) >>
* New ‘coat’ keeps limestone from eroding >>
* 'Quantum tornadoes' pave the way for ultra-precise measuring, control >>
* Earth's Radiation Belts Surprisingly Dynamic, New Probes Find >>
* A roadmap for metabolic reprogramming of aging >>
* Brain stimulation may buffer feelings of social pain >>
* Better Than A Condom? Discreet Nanofabric Protects Against Pregnancy and HIV >>
* How to create stunning paintings using physics alone >>
* Self-Awareness with a Simple Brain >>
* Video: A Timelapse View Of Earth From The ISS >>
* Origin of intelligence and mental illness linked to ancient genetic accident >>
* Researchers successfully destroy brain tumor cells; combination of diet and radiation >>
* We Now Know How Long Astronauts Could Withstand Radiation On Mars >>
* '4-D' transistor is preview of future computers >>
* Animation of Robotic Mining Truck Operation >>
* Nano >>
* Driverless vehicles expected to navigate intersection of safety, speed >>
* New NASA Mars rover to launch in 2020 >>
* A reconfigurable miniature robot >>
* Fancy Dissolving Condoms Are the Future of Female Birth Control >>
* A Silent Goat Outwits a Talking MD >>
* Why NASA Finding Organics on Mars Is Nothing to Get Excited About >>
* Moon resolute in face of nuclear threat >>
* How tall can a Lego tower get? >>
* Heavy hydrogen excess hints at Martian vapour loss >>
* Voyager 1 enters new layer of the solar system scientists hadn't known was there >>
* Volvo plans self-driving cars in 2014, envisions accident-free fleet by 2020. >>
* Japan's Eco Cycle Stows Bikes in a Quake-Proof Underground Storage Cylinder >>
* Boosting Heat Transfer With Nanoglue >>
* Quantum thermodynamics: A better understanding of how atoms soak up their surroundings >>
* Thought talking promises to one day revolutionize our lives >>
* Dance of quantum tornadoes >>
* Animal Bluffs Inspire A New Breed Of Deceptive Robots >>
* Your AT&T Bill Will Soon Be a Video >>
* "Alien Solar Systems May Prove to be More Habitable than Ours" >>
* Telepresence Robots Invade Hospitals – “Doctors Can Be Anywhere, Anytime” >>
* Spider Astronaut Dies On Display At Smithsonian >>
* Most of the harmful mutations in people arose in the past 5,000 to 10,000 years >>
* How to create stunning paintings using physics alone >>
* Scientists Discover Children s Cells Living in Mothers Brains >>
* Iran Just Captured Another US Drone >>
* Elon Musk Talks about Interstellar Travel >>
* Giant Robotic Mining Trucks reduce staff from 10 to 5 per truck >>
* 3D Printer can print up to 238 pound objects >>
* Video: A Timelapse View Of Earth From The ISS >>
* 3D Printer Makes Structures With Lunar-Like Material >>
* Watch: 3-D Printed Assault Rifle Breaks After Just 6 Shots >>
* Volvo plans self-driving cars in 2014, envisions accident-free fleet by 2020. >>
* NASA Satellites Capture Earth As You've Never Seen It >>
* NASA's Newest Engineering Challenge: How To Change A Light Bulb >>
* Opportunity Rover Glimpses Conditions Suitable for Life >>
* White House web petition urges construction of a Death Star >>
* 3-D Printers On Moon To Print Space Parts? | Video >>
* NASA Reveals Plans for New Mars Rover >>
* Healthy eating beneficial beyond drug therapy in preventing a second heart attack >>
* When is a baby too premature to save? >>
* Secretive company to announce game-changing lunar mission and it could involve humans >>
* The Secret History of Star Trek's Utopian Federation >>
* Introverts, (gently) rejoice! We found a web series just for you >>
* Skyscrapers - past, present and future >>
* 200m year old 'hairy microbe' discovered trapped in the prehistoric cocoon >>
* The Human Face of Big Data >>
* New Imaging Techniques to Unlock Brain Disorders >>
* Quantum thermodynamics >>
* “Antifragile” Is the New Buzzword You’ll Be Hearing >>
* A Theory of the Brain >>
* Surgical Rehearsal Platform Makes Virtual Operations Possible (Interview) >>
* Live-Blogging the Morning of Day Two of Humanity+ San Francisco >>
* Voyager 1 reaches 'magnetic highway,' gets a taste of interstellar space >>
* Temporary Kids’ Tattoos Repurposed for Continuous Perspiration Monitoring >>
* BBC's Connected Red Button launches on TiVo, brings true web TV with one tap >>
* Physicists Bummed That Physics Is Pretty Much What They Expected >>
* Our Solar System >>
* Google I/O Set For May 15-17, 2013 >>
* 3-D Printed Satellite Aims for Orbit >>
* Westinghouse teases 110-inch 4K LED TV, promises more details at CES >>
* The Rise of Feudal Computer Security >>
* AT&T launches personalized video billing service >>
* iCandy: Robots and Us >>
* The Peer Economy >>
* First rain on world's largest artificial watershed >>
* Brain Changes May Help Explain Why Old People Get Scammed >>
* Black Swan Storms: Extreme Cyclones Linked to Warming Seas >>
* Tsunami Waves Amplified by Buildings >>
* World's first magnetic strip credit card to go under the hammer at Sotheby's New York >>
* Cosmic radio waves mimic chirping of 'alien birds' >>
* Opportunity Rover Finds Mars Minerals That Formed in Life-Friendly Water >>
* Statins may protect lungs from smoking damage >>
* Boosting heat transfer with nanoglue >>
* A bridge to the quantum world >>
* Gaps in life expectancy between rich and poor set to increase over next 10 years >>
* How the Fight Against Austerity Will Affect the Future >>
* How happiness changes with age >>
* 'Transformer' robot made at MIT >>
* Leap and LabVIEW Controlled Quadrotor >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 December 2012
* Robots act like squirrels to trick other robots >>
* Curiosity Rover Finds Simple Organics, But Long Path Remains to Determine Life >>
* Scientists Develop Chocolate That Won't Melt At High Temperatures >><br/ * Auto-threading Compiler Could Restore Moore's Law Gains >>
* Team to bore through 3km of Antarctic ice, seek organisms isolated for 100K years >>
* How Moon Dust Could Improve Weather Predictions On Earth >>
* Mars water is heavy, Curiosity rover finds >>
* New fluorescent lighting won’t flicker, shatter, or burn out >>
* Viewpoint: Matter-Wave Self-Interferometry >>
* Brain’s ‘pain map’ pinpoints where it hurts >>
* Squirrels and birds inspire researchers to create deceptive robots (w/ video) >>
* Will a Secret Private Manned Mission to the Moon Be Announced This Week? >>
* Human brain sizes up harmful acts instantly >>
* Does Neuroscience need a Newton? >>
* World's smallest wrench puts twist on microscopic manipulation >>
* 3-D Printed Gun Only Lasts Six Shots >>
* Personality disorder revamp ends in 'horrible waste' >>
* TIME Magazine reveals the 25 Most Influential People in Space >>
* A step toward creating a bio-robot hybrid >>
* 'Junk DNA' drives embryonic development >>
* Aspergers Is Gone: How 20 Years of Psychiatry Has Just Been Rewritten >>
* Europe's Killer Drone Is Alive and Flying >>
* Gaming platform used to compare memory impairments of rodents and humans with epilepsy >>
* Screening athletes for heart problems much too pricey >>
* Einstein Discovered Dark Energy, Says Historian of Science >>
* "Live Volcanoes Detected on Venus?" --NASA Astronomers >>
* New, Faster Way To Make Vaccines – Use Messenger RNA >>
* Polymer Lens Technology Could Give Troops 'Eagle Eyes' On The Battlefield >>
* Apple Is Quietly Working To Destroy The iPhone >>
* The 10 Things In Economics That Everybody Should Know >>
* A Book About Everything By Eric Schmidt Comes Out April 23 >>
* Physicist happens upon rain data breakthrough >>
* Corn: Many active genes -- high yield >>
* Before the big bang: something or nothing >>
* Creating 3D brain tissues in a lab dish >>
* Mmmmm? Scientists Make Bread Last 60 Days >>
* Watch the First Flight of Europe’s Killer Drone Prototype >>
* Look on the bright side: author Tali Sharot on our biological wiring for optimism >>
* Stunning Star Trails Mania >>
* Scientists develop indium-free organic light-emitting diodes >>
* Ames Laboratory scientists develop indium-free organic light-emitting diodes >>
* Plant organ development breakthrough >>
* Viewpoint: Helium Puddles Near Absolute Zero >>
* Video: Tiny Insect Jumps off Water >>
* UC team pursues hot idea: Solar-powered cold food storage >>
* This happy tattoo is really a medical sensor >>
* The 'social robot' that could help astronauts get on with each other in space >>
* Scientists develop new technique for visualizing blood flow >>
* The Boeing computer-blitzing drone that could cripple a nation's electronics >>
* Biophysicists unravel cellular 'traffic jams' in active transport >>
* OMG Mercury has water ice and organics. But what does that really mean? >>
* Physicist happens upon rain data breakthrough >>
* Google Maps Android API 2.0 lets developers tune apps for tablets, head indoors (video) >>
* Scientists Develop Light Bulb of the Future >>
* Oh What Fun It Is to Spy on Spy Satellites >>
* Editorial: Back to the future with Low Power FM >>
* The Future of Computers: Voice Recognition >>
* Patent Power 2012 >>
* Induction Charging Comes to Public Transit >>
* I’m in the Mood for MOOCs >>
* Ten Wild Things You Can 3D Print At Home >>
* Augmented Reality: ClonAR: Rapid Redesign of Real-World Objects (ISMAR 2012) >>
* Amazing amazing video >>
* Human Evolution Enters an Exciting New Phase >>
* Voyager 1 enters new region at edge of solar system >>
* Ways To Get People To Do Things They Don't Want To Do >>
* The Death of "Near Death": Even If Heaven Is Real, You Aren t Seeing It >>
* 'Cognitive Big Bang' Discovered in Tiny Sea Worm >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 December 2012
* Kngine Aims To Build A Natural Language-Driven App That Can Answer Any Question >>
* Kickstarter “Frankencar” combines solar panels with bike pedals >>
* Technology is king down on the farm >>
* A Self-Filling Water Bottle? >>
* Building Medical Robots, Bacteria sized: Bradley Nelson at TEDxZurich >>
* To eat or be eaten? >>
* Tini-tiny microphones go HD >>
* Invisible Umbrella Repels Raindrops With Air >>
* Marines eye solar energy to eliminate dependency on fuel generators (video) >>
* Coming Soon: Virtual Assistants Will Go Beyond Smartphones >>
* Is Slime Mold Smarter Than a Roomba? >>
* Innovative Nanofabrication Technique Produces Semiconductors without a Substrate >>
* Keep the Internet free and open >>
* MIT's Reconfigurable Robots Are Tiny Transformers That Will Turn Into Anything >>
* Bebionic: Bionic Hands Are Getting Closer To The Real Thing >>
* Self healing Flash memory can last over 100 million cycles >>
* Broadcasting Preference in the Intention Economy >>
* Online Retailers Rush to Adjust Prices in Real Time >>
* Vehicle of the Future: Half-Car, Half-Motorcycle >>
* Smartphones move center stage in cars and personal drones >>
* An artificially intelligent future >>
* Winemakers blend tradition and technology >>
* How much computer storage do you really need? >>
* Insane Blasts of Heat Could Make Flash Memory Live Longer Than Ever >>
* Bebionic: Bionic Hands Are Getting Closer To The Real Thing >>
* The Future Is Not Accelerating >>
* Staples 3D printing service >>
* DNA imaged with electron microscope for the first time >>
* Master regulator of skin development discovered >>
* Wired Photo of Day: Sinuous Filament of Cosmic Dust >>
* The original Batmobile is going on sale for the first time >>
* Jason Silva | Video maps out Kurzweil’s Six Epochs of Evolution >>
* Should Inventions Be Automatically Owned By Your Employer? >>
* The role of the cellular entry point of anthrax identified >>
* Battle Brewing Over International Internet Regulation >>
* New King of Security Algorithms Crowned >>
* Flash Memory Survives 100 Million Cycles >>
* Video Friday: Catapulting Roboplanes, Swimming Roboturtles, and Mini Tofu >>
* Precisely engineering 3-D brain tissues >>
* The Power of Sharing in the Internet Economy >>
* Raspberry Pi's $25 enters production, could be in tinkerers' projects early next year >>
* Kongregate breaks free of the browser, serves up downloadable games >>
* Sonar Vision system touted by researchers to help the blind hear what they can't see >>
* Hypersonic Flight 'Breakthrough' Could Have Us in Tokyo by Lunch >>
* Next Year's 3-D Printers Promise Big Things — Really Big Things >>
* HTC One X+ — Now With Even More Awesome >>
* NASA to Unveil Mars Rover Curiosity Findings Monday >>
* When Digital Files Are Outlawed >>
* Nintendo Claims World's Most Accurate Game Controller >>
* Four short links: 30 November 2012 >>
* Social Sentiment Analysis Changes the Game for Hollywood >>
* Tech Universe: Monday 3 December >>
* The DSM-5 has been finalised >>
* Live-Blogging Humanity+ San Francisco >>
* Hawks lectures at the University of Alabama, December 6 and 7 >>
* The First Time Humans Saw the Structure of DNA >>
* Video: How Reddit Was Born >>
* Salt wars >>
* The drone that cripples electronics at the touch of a button >>
* Spying out of control >>
* Science of Surveillance >>
* Hypersonic flight 'breakthrough' could have us in Tokyo by lunch >>
* The Mars Underground >>
* Is this the biggest breakthrough in propulsion since the jet engine? >>
* The Fiscal Cliff >>
* Mental health medication concern >>
* MORAL MACHINES >>
* Saving the world: Some billionaires try. Now see your lazy-effective way! >>
* Using Friends as Sensors to Detect Global-Scale Contagious Outbreaks >>
* 9 Tech Trends That Will Make Someone Billions Of Dollars Next Year >>
* Why Everyone Is Losing Hope For Green Energy >>
* Massive Scale Of Amazon's Distribution Operations, Revealed Through Startling Images >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 December 2012
* Can a car engine be built out of a single particle? >>
* US court to decide if human genes can be patented >>
* Declare a decision moral and outcomes shift >>
* New smartphone monitors skin tone >>
* Parenting win: Dad builds quadcopter to follow son to bus stop >>
* Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: December 2012 >>
* $25 Million Michigan Project Hopes to Add Cars to Internet of Things >>
* A radically improved future is possible >>
* Burger-making robot could make fast food workers obsolete >>
* Supermassive Blackhole with 17 billion solar mass has 14% of the mass of its galaxy >>
* Lawrenceville Plasma Physics Gives an Overview of Current Nuclear Fusion Work >>
* A novel thought-controlled prosthesis for amputees >>
* Giant black hole could upset galaxy evolution models >>
* Waterloo researchers create ‘world’s largest functioning model of the brain’ >>
* This periodic table shows each element's relative abundance on Earth >>
* High-Intensity Pressure Transducers >>
* This radical discovery could turn semiconductor manufacture inside out >>
* MIT Researchers Create The Swiss Army Knife Of The Robotics World >>
* This Video Truly Shows the Overwhelming Size of the Universe >>
* Scientists Can Now Make Stem Cells From Blood >>
* The music of the silks >>
* Researchers Can Make Bread Stay Fresh for 60 Days >>
* Gene involved in lung tumor growth identified >>
* Elon Musk and his team are checking the Math on Hyperloop Paper before Publishing >>
* Molecular knock-out alleviates Alzheimer's symptoms in mice >>
* Elon Musk on Technology, Business, Education and Society >>
* Saturn's rings may double up as a moon factory >>
* Self-Updating LCD Grocery Shelf Labels Are Pure Genius >>
* Custom 3D-Printed Beams Can Be 10,000 Times Stronger Than Steel >>
* Discovery of Mercury Water Ice Points to Complex Organics >>
* Reconfigurable robot a step toward something that can become almost anything >>
* How to Use Twitter Friends As Sensors to Detect Disease Outbreaks >>
* These Patents Show A Seriously Shocking Future for Handcuffs >>
* Micro fuel cells made of glass: Power for your iPad? >>
* Pushing natural light into the heart of buildings >>
* A human-caused climate change signal emerges from the noise >>
* A more powerful, more economical X-ray >>
* New radio telescope could save world billions >>
* The precise engineering of 3D brain tissues >>
* ‘Stunningly clear’ view of blood vessels >>
* Monkeys' Plant Food Makes Them Mean & Horny >>
* Where's My Flying Car? Science's Promises Broken >>
* A new breed of micro fuel cells >>
* The robotic equivalent of a Swiss army knife (w/ video) >>
* Friends with Benefits' Practice Safer Sex >>
* Building Stonehenge: A New Timeline Revealed >>
* DNA Directly Photographed for First Time >>
* X-ray imaging detectors >>
* Study reports breakthrough in the understanding of embryonic stem cells >>
* NASA's Orion Space Capsule to Get European Boost >>
* Does Viagra Improve Athletic Performance? >>
* Australia unveils telescope to warn of solar flares >>
* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Eskimo Nebula >>
* Murder May Spread Like Infectious Disease >>
* Excellent Idea of the Day: TB Tracker Halts Disease's Spread >>
* Japanese ultrasonic speakers fire out digital info rays >>
* British boffins 3D print electrical sensors >>
* As I Get Older, Why Does My Memory for Names Seem to Deteriorate? >>
* Study measures sea level rise at 3.2 millimeters a year for 2 decades total rise of 6.4cm >>
* What would be possible with Complete Success for Harold White's Warp drive work >>
* The Amazing History and Figures of the First Nuclear Power Aircraft Carrier in the World >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 November 2012
* Meet Spaun, The Most Complex Simulated Brain Ever >>
* DNA 'LEGOs' Build a Mini Space Shuttle >>
* What DNA Actually Looks Like >>
* Artificial Brain Mimics Human Abilities and Flaws >>
* Staples Will Offer On-Demand 3-D Printing In Stores >>
* Alarmingly large “Object1000″ 3DPrinter introduced >>
* Resolving debate about how tumors spread >>
* Brain Model Connects Neurons to Behavior >>
* Everybody Chill, NASA Says: No Martian Organics Found >>
* The first controllable atom superconducting quantum interference device >>
* Researchers create a fly to study how a normal cell turns cancerous >>
* 'Intelligent' Rifle Lets You Pre-Tag Your Target, Then Fire When Ready >>
* "Gravity Doesn't Exist" --Is this Fundamental Phenomenon of the Universe an Illusion? >>
* Precisely engineering 3-D brain tissues >>
* What could you make with a 3D printer on the Moon? >>
* The beginning of everything: New paradigm shift for the infant universe >>
* The moon is still waiting for visitors >>
* ‘Fountain of youth’ technique rejuvenates aging stem cells >>
* Moral machines >>
* NASA technologists test ‘game-changing’ data-processing technology >>
* A ‘second skin’ military fabric to repel chemical and biological agents >>
* Human brain, Internet, and cosmology: similar laws at work? >>
* Can we build a more efficient airplane? Not really, says physics. >>
* Junk radio signals track all space debris in one go >>
* New path to large-scale quantum computing with millions of qubits >>
* Draw precise freehand circles and copy paste drawings with the dePENd table >>
* People Use Same Brain Regions to Read Alphabetic and Logographic Languages >>
* Scientists identify two transposons that are active in human cells >>
* Researchers advance scientific computing with record-setting simulations >>
* Next-generation treatments for Fragile X syndrome >>
* Separating Living Cells From The Dead >>
* Scientists image molecular structure of polymer blends >>
* Pollen 'Pills' Could Deliver Vaccines to Soldiers >>
* 'Dark core' may not be so dark after all >>
* Over-massive black hole in compact galaxy NGC1277 (by Remco van... >>
* Diabetes drug may fend off depression >>
* The doggie pedometer that helps you keep Fido as fit as a fiddle >>
* Researchers create versatile 3D nanostructures using DNA 'bricks' (w/ video) >>
* Spin paper closes knowledge gap on density functional theory >>
* Post-divorce journaling may hinder healing for some >>
* Team makes breakthrough in deciphering bread wheat genome >>
* Working couples face greater odds of intimate partner violence >>
* Researchers create versatile 3D nanostructures using DNA 'bricks' >>
* 7 talks on animals that have bad reputations >>
* Watch: An Amazing Video Gallery Designed To Inspire Car Engineers >>
* What Are Your Odds Of Winning The Lottery? [Infographic] >>
* Water Ice and Organics Found at Mercury’s North Pole >>
* Grand Canyon May Be as Old as Dinosaurs >>
* Nanobiotechnology: Versatile 3-D nanostructures using DNA 'bricks' >>
* These Super-Light Polymer Lenses May Eventually Replace Human Corneas >>
* TEDMED The Caregiver Crisis >>
* This Amazing Picture of DNA Lets You See Its Nanoscale Double Helix >>
* Human genetic variation recent, varies among populations >>
* Most of the harmful mutations in people arose in the past 5,000 to 10,000 years >>
* Zapping body and brain boosts movement in paralysed >>
* Alarming evidence points at Iran nuclear bomb effort >>
* Body language, not facial expressions, broadcasts what's happening to us >>
* VIDEO: Melting of polar ice sheets accelerating >>
* Showtime: Constructable: Interactive Lasercutting >>
* Preserving the Self for Later Emulation: What Brain Features Do We Need? >>
* A Questionnaire Regarding Autistic Traits in H+ People >>
* More Than Half of You See a Global Democracy by 2100 >>
* Toshiba 13MP phone camera sensor that promises low-light shooting without noise >>
* Socrates on the Future -- FastForward Radio - Dec 06,2012 >>
* New Integrated Approach to Help Improve Control of Prostheses (VIDEO) >>
* Japan unveils prototype of new maglev train, promises speeds of up to 311 mph >>
* Human Evolution Enters an Exciting New Phase >>
* Virus Eats School District's Homework >>
* Sony's 4K Ultra HD Video Player revealed >>
* Electric wedgies? Elastic material maintains conductivity when stretched >>
* What DNA Actually Looks Like >>
* German parliament to discuss controversial online copyright bill >>
* Scientists discover water ice on Mercury >>
* A Conversation With Nobel Prize Winning Neuropsychiatrist >>
* New Camera Snaps All-Sky Auroras in Full Color >>
* DNA Lego bricks produce nano-sculptures >>
* Jaws: great white shark noms rubber seal >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 November 2012 * Australian doctors have learned how to preserve a woman's fertility indefinitely >>
* Human Poop Helps Scientists Snoop on History >>
* Could astronauts use a 3-D printer to make parts from moon rocks? >>
* What If NASA Could Figure Out the Math of a Workable Warp Drive? >>
* General Electric Pitches an Industrial Internet >>
* 3D Printed Quadcopter >>
* Balloon Test Shows Space Tourism on the Horizon >>
* New thermoelectric material is as easy as dirt, heat, pressure >>
* Our Robot Future >>
* Navy Drone Boards Aircraft Carrier for 1st Time >>
* Mind-Controlled Artificial Limbs Fusing Man and Machine Coming Next Year >>
* Physicists claim microwave-imaging 'breakthrough' >>
* Japanese clinic offers a 3D printout of your unborn baby >>
* A Simple Box That Can Bring The Internet Anywhere >>
* NASA And Google Chief Test-Launch An Internet That Works In Space >>
* Could astronauts use a 3-D printer to make parts from moon rocks? >>
* Good Samaritan Index Identifies Web Users That Most Help Others >>
* The Stuff of Thought: Language as a Window into Human Nature >>
* Sharp to release 32" 4K IGZO LCD monitor with a thin 35mm profile >>
* New carbomorph plastic composite for 3d printed electronics >>
* Japanese Robot Transforms Into A Car And Back Again Like A Boss >>
* How Does SpaceX Plan To Move Thousands Of Humans To Mars? >>
* Major breakthrough in deciphering bread wheat's genetic code >>
* Creepy robot snake glides through the water like a ballet dancer >>
* A Robot That You Can Train to Do Almost Anything >>
* Whoa, scientists just reversed autism symptoms in mice >>
* A Sneak Peek At the Mind-Boggling Future of Computer Graphics >>
* DNA imaged with electron microscope for the first time >>
* Infinity in the real world: Does space go on forever? >>
* Europe has right stuff to take NASA back to moon >>
* Portabee: an affordable, portable 3D printer >>
* More Facebook friends means more stress, says report >>
* Flexible, low-voltage circuits using nanocrystals >>
* Moderate exercise enhances memory and preserves gray matter >>
* A solar energy funnel to harness a broader spectrum of light >>
* Scientists speculate on top-secret Mars Rover discovery >>
* How bio-inspired deep learning keeps winning competitions >>
* Memristor based nanostore memory and logic could be 100 times more energy efficient >>
* The World's Fastest Train Will Float on a Cushion of Electromagnetism >>
* Ladies Prefer Thin Over Macho, Study Suggests >>
* How Should NASA Use Former Spy Satellite Telescopes? >>
* A 3D Printer Fixed My Dishwasher >>
* Canada Creates Cap On Liability For File Sharing Lawsuits >>
* What I Learned From Obama: A New Theory of Government >>
* Your Car as Stress Monitor? >>
* To Understand 3-D Printing We Need to Remember 2-D Printing >>
* Can Technology Make You Happy? >>
* Understanding Cloud Failures >>
* YouTube's automatic captions service adds six additional languages >>
* Guy builds a backscatter X-ray machine using stuff he found on eBay >>
* Morality-based judgments are quicker, more extreme than practical evaluations >>
* China's 8-core Godson processor details to be shared at IEEE forum >>
* Alien Hairspray May Help Us Find E.T. >>
* Dark Matter Mystery May Soon Be Solved >>
* Underwater robots smart enough to explore treacherous deep-ocean terrain >>
* We look right below the eyes to judge faces >>
* Nanotechnology simplifies hydrogen production for clean energy >>
* Towers of nanotubes sprout from graphene >>
* New Nuclear Engine Could Power Deep-Space Exploration >>
* Putting more cores to work in server farms >>
* Researchers identify ways to exploit 'cloud browsers' for large-scale, anonymous computing >>
* Fully 3D Printable Guns Waiting on Firearms License >>
* Mathematics used to identify contamination in water distribution networks >>
* Every park should have its own awesome 170-foot long trampoline >>
* What's your favorite non-aerodynamic spaceship design? >>
* Geneticist claims to have sequenced 'Bigfoot' DNA >>
* Beyond Iron Dome: Israel Preps New Anti-Missiles, Eyes Lasers >>
* LHC Creates New Form of Matter >>
* Captain Kirk Touts Medical Tech Spun From NASA | Video >>
* On Debris Disks and Super-Earths >>
* Reality Check: You Are Not a Computer Simulation [Audio] >>
* One in five U.S. adults experienced mental illness in the past year, report says >>
* From the X Files: "The Search for Alien Microbes on Earth" >>
* Japanese Robot Transforms Into A Car And Back Again Like A Boss >>
* Inspiring New ISS Timelapse: Further Up Yonder >>
* Students Learn Better With Star Trek-Style Touchscreen Desks >>
* Video of a recent Elon Musk Interview >>
* The Language Instinct: How the Mind Creates Language (P.S.) >>
* The Better Angels of Our Nature: Why Violence Has Declined >>
* Deep In The Earth's Core, Clues About Its Mysterious Birth >>
* Making A Digital River With A Sandbox And Kinect >>
* To save energy: take dirt, add heat >>
* VIDEO: Is Antarctic find key to alien life? >>
* Risk of robot uprising wiping out human race to be studied >>
* Nuclear industry looks toward smaller reactors >>
* Could Aliens Be Sending Us Signals? >>
* Artificial spores - protecting living cells with tough artificial shells >>
* The Universe, The Internet, and The Brain >>
* Musical Harmony May Be Hardwired in the Brain >>
* Technology is advancing rapidly >>
* Pimp my Genome! The Mainstreaming of Digital Genetic Engineering >>
* A Questionnaire Regarding Autistic Traits in H+ People. >>
* The Future of the Workplace - Workers’ Self-Management? >>
* The Fallacy of Dumb Superintelligence >>
* Researchers report first success of targeted therapy in most common non-small cell lung cancer >>
* Re-Timer Stylishly and Safely Resets Your Circadian Rhythms (VIDEO) >>
* Diagnosing Malaria with Just One Drop of Bodily Fluid >>
* An Implantable Artificial Kidney: Interview with UCSF’s Dr. Shuvo Roy >>
* Hybrid 3D Printer Will Make You New Cartilage >>
* It Has Come to This: A Fitness Tracker for Your Dog >>
* HyTAQ hybrid quadrotor robot travels by air and land, leaves us no place to hide (video) >>
* Scientific American's Fred Guterl Explores the Threats Posed By Technology >>
* Caltech and UVic Set 339Gbps Internet Speed Record >>
* New Formula Calculates Baby's Obesity Risk >>
* Printer Creates 3D Tissue to Help Injured Patients Re-Grow Cartilage [VIDEO] >>
* 2012 Mayan Apocalypse Rumors Have Dark Side, NASA Warns >>
* The Lamp That Tells You the Weather by Recreating It >>
* Transforming RC robot reaches production form packing heat and a WiFi camera (video) >>
* 'Robots' iPad App: A Delightful Reference for Everything Robot >>
* How Do We Program Moral Machines? >>
* Java inventor James Gosling building smart marine robots >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 November 2012 >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 November 2012
* Does the Universe Have a Purpose? >>
* Unraveling the Secrets of Type Ia Supernovae: a New Two-Minute Thesis >>
* Artificial Intelligence's Killer App: Getting Things Done >>
* Los Alamos Lab Demonstrates A Reactor For Space Travel >>
* How Google plans to find the UnGoogleable >>
* Eagle-Eyed Argus II: An Artificial Retina That Reads For the Blind >>
* The Military Has Enlisted a Laser-Wielding, Paint-Stripping Robot >>
* A 3D printer to turn waste plastic into composting toilets, rainwater harvesting systems >>
* Blood, sweat and no tears: sweat glands help repair skin >>
* Scientists see promise in deep-learning programs >>
* Proving quantum computers feasible >>
* "No Jupiter, No Advanced Life? " --Evolution May be Impossible in Star Systems Without a Giant Planet >>
* 3-D Printing on a Budget >>
* CERN's Large Hadron Collider Reveals New Type of Matter >>
* What keeps a cell's energy source going? >>
* Clearing the Fog Around Personality Disorders >>
* Timelapse From Inside a Telescope >>
* The China Chip Advances—and May Compete with Intel Soon >>
* Low cost geo-engineering and actual field tests >>
* Toward the 3D Virtual Cell Conference >>
* Scientists image brain structures that deteriorate in Parkinson's >>
* Brain compensates after traumatic injury, evidence shows >>
* Messier Monday: A Straggling Globular Cluster, M30 >>
* Touchscreen studio lighting control system >>
* Nanoparticles Make Steam without Bringing Water to a Boil >>
* Sentry System Combines a Human Brain with Computer Vision >>
* How Google Plans to Find the UnGoogleable >>
* Scientists analyze millions of news articles >>
* U.S. astronaut, Russian cosmonaut to spend a year in space >>
* Pentagon seeks EMP grenades straight out of sci-fi >>
* 2014 DNA analyzer fits in suitcase, works in 25 minutes flat >>
* Disney is populating their theme parks with robots that can THROW THINGS AT YOU >>
* How NASA might build its very first warp drive >>
* Smart light socket lets you control any ordinary light via Wi-Fi >>
* Why you should bet big on bionic brains >>
* Vision Sensor Capable of Detecting Moving Spots 0.05mm in Size across from Distance of 2m >>
* A gorilla in the midst – of emotional rebirth? >>
* Astrophysicists On The Verge Of Spotting Gravitational Waves >>
* Wireless Networks of Cows Will Keep Gas Under Control >>
* New insights into how the brain stores memories >>
* A 3D microscopic device for high-speed processing of infrared light >>
* Wisps of the Veil Nebula >>
* Automation Reaches French Vineyards With A Vine-Pruning Robot >>
* "Origin of Life" --Astrobiologists Find Mechanism that May Have Triggered It >>
* Mega-risks that could drive us to extinction >>
* The 7 Greatest Engineering Innovations Of 2012 >>
* Can Taking A Pill Before Bed Get Rid Of Bed Bugs? >>
* Laser-Cut Scotch Tape Makes A Tiny Gripping Robotic Claw >>
* This Robo-Griller Can Flip 360 Burgers an Hour >>
* First 'breathing lung' transplant in United States >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 November 2012
* Watch This Adorable Horde of Intelligent Swarm Robots Play Piano >>
* Researchers develop method for creating artificial fingerprints >>
* Scientists See Advances in Deep Learning, a Part of Artificial Intelligence >>
* The emerging science of 'collective intelligence' — and the rise of the global brain >>
* New Naval Era Dawns as China’s Carrier Launches First Jet >>
* Exploding Engine Could Reduce Fuel Consumption >>
* Bionic Eye Lets A Blind Person "See" Braille >>
* The Pipe Nebula >>
* Wireless network of cows to keep burps under control >>
* Curiosity result could confirm Mars life, says Levin >>
* Spacex will make Methane rocket for Mars >>
* A Japan-developed robot for disaster response >>
* Blind patient reads words stimulated directly onto the retina >>
* A room-temperature spin amplifier >>
* Elon Musk talks about an 80,000 person Mars colony >>
* New vaccine may give lifelong protection from flu >>
* Crowd Models Become Pervasive Across Society >>
* Japan to Seek Seeds of Life in Asteroid Mission >>
* Google Maps has indoor floor plans of airports and malls available on Android and Desktops >>
* Dark Sand Cascades on Mars >>
* These Tiny Pyramids Are Microscopic Cages For Cells >>
* How the animals lost their sensors >>
* Fetal alcohol exposure affects brain structure in children >>
* Metamaterials manipulate light on a microchip >>
* Uncommon features of Einstein’s brain might explain his remarkable cognitive abilities >>
* ‘Revolutionary’ eavesdropping technology patent to help governments monitor Internet chats >>
* Improved Understanding of Rydberg atoms could lead to scalable quantum information systems >>
* Does being fat make you more jolly? >>
* Will.i.am Plans to Turn Your iPhone Into a 14-Megapixel Super Camera >>
* Doctors Use Brain Scanner To Communicate With ‘Vegetative’ Patient >>
* Three radical new energy technologies | KurzweilAI >>
* Humanity+ @ San Francisco conference starts next week — and io9 will be there! >>
* Reading, writing and playing games may help aging brains stay healthy >>
* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Comet McNaught Spectacular >>
* Smart cloak deforms to keep objects invisible >>
* Will We Ever Run Out of Music? >>
* Tiny sensor measures mass and temperature >>
* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Celestial Finger Paintihttp://ars.to/TXFZn0ng >>
* Newly evolved gene may have changed humans' brains >>
* Huge Mars colony eyed by SpaceX founder Elon Musk >>
* Orion Revisited: Astronomers Find New Star Cluster in Front of the Orion Nebula >>
* Four Perspectives On Augmented Reality And Its Future >>
* Disney Robots Play Catch With Your Kids [VIDEO] >>
* Hybrid 3D printer could fast-track cartilage implants >>
* MechBass robot nails bass guitar sounds with Arduino and a stone cold groove (video) >>
* How To Build A Revolutionary Political Social Network >>
* Scientists See Advances in Deep Learning, a Part of Artificial Intelligence >>
* Samsung 'Baffin' pops up in FCC; reportedly mixes 5-inch WVGA display, quad-core CPU >>
* Vestas Sailrocket 2 breaks at least one sailing speed record, says motors are for slowpokes (video) >>
* Inside Thingiverse, The Radically Open Website Powering The 3D Printing Movement >>
* Disney Research robot plays catch and juggles with humans, won't replace their parents (update: cameras explained!) >>
* Are We Alone in the Cosmos, cursed by Fermi's Paradox? >>
* How minimal is our intelligence? >>
* Advances in artificial intelligence: deep learning >>
* Neurons can silence each other without any direct connections | Not Exactly Rocket Science >>
* Qii - the first, truly mobile, rollable pocket-sized keyboard for your smartphone (w/video) >>
* People less likely to lie at home than in office >>
* How do we know the age of the Earth? >>
* “Anonymous” File-Sharing Darknet Ruled Illegal by German Court >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 November 2012 * Microsoft patent application details head-mounted display used to augment live events >>
* Apple iPhone 5S and iPhone 6 Rumors >>
* Book-riffling robot scans one page at a time >>
* Engineers pave the way towards 3-D printing of personal electronics >>
* Night of the Long Leonid >>
* Here's China's impossible plan to build the world's tallest building in a mere 90 days >>
* Ray of light in the right location boosts motivation >>
* Dark energy hints hidden in cosmic voids >>
* Nanoscale probes light up when they detect specific diseases >>
* Nanotech device mimics dog’s nose to detect explosives >>
* ‘Nanospinning’ fibers for ultrafine bioscaffolds, filters, capacitors, fuel cells >>
* Building biomimetic synthetic membrane channels out of DNA >>
* Psychologists Release Emotion-On-Demand Plug In For Virtual Characters >>
* Implant lets the blind read Braille with their eyes >>
* Transforming 'noise' into mechanical energy at nanometric level >>
* Thought-Controlled MindRider Bike Helmet Turns Brain Waves Into Traffic Signals >>
* Energy harvesting from noise >>
* Conference to examine dangers of artificial intelligence >>
* Why Iron Dome Might Only Work For Israel >>
* Is consciousness a quantum mystery? >>
* Google Glass & Now: Utopia or Dystopia? >>
* THE BRAIN IN THE MACHINE >>
* UCSB sensor sniffs explosives through microfluidics, might replace Rover at the airport (video) >>
* Star Trek classroom: Next generation of school desks >>
* The Electree+, A Solar-Powered, Induction Charging Bonsai Tree Hits Kickstarter >>
* Could Testing Block Psychopaths From Senior Management? >>
* Toshiba tests robotic quadruped for nuclear plant inspection, hopes to help clean up Fukushima >>
* Here's China's impossible plan to build the world's tallest building in a mere 90 days >>
* Fetuses yawn in the womb, 4D Scans Suggest >>
* Kinect Face Tracking demo – Skulls App >>
* Deprive yourself: The real benefits of fasting >>
* What is a Neural Network? >>
* Big Idea Bring Back the "Cold Fusion" Dream >>
* videos-related-to-mundane-singularity >>
* Emulation_argument_for_human-level_AI >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 November 2012 >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 November 2012
* Brain waves encode rules for behavior >>
* Watch This Awesome Robot Play Catch Better Than Your Dad >>
* Fat drug could treat epilepsy >>
* FLYING CHAIR: Hirobo's helicopter can travel up to 100 Kph and fly for 30 minutes. >>
* The Next Niche Market for Solar? Drones—Yes, Drones >>
* How modern technologies made the fighting in Gaza even worse >>
* Scientists use nanotechnology to harvest electricity from temperature fluctuations >>
* Samsung set to market bendable mobile screens 'next year' >>
* Obesity Gene May Shield Against Depression >>
* Google attacks UN's internet treaty conference >>
* European Space Agency defines Ariane and space station plans >>
* FLYING CHAIR: Hirobo's helicopter can travel up to 100 Kph and fly for 30 minutes. >>
* Smallest logic circuit fabricated with single-electron transistors >>
* New technology could allow governments to listen in on your Skype conversations >>
* Most and Least Emotional Countries Revealed >>
* Suicide Drones, Mini Blimps and 3D Printers: Inside the New Army Arsenal >>
* Toshiba unveils nuclear emergency robot to aid Fukushima recovery >>
* 8 math talks to blow your mind >>
* Extreme recycling turns poo into food >>
* Half-life strife: Seasons change in the atom's heart >>
* Will Data Science Become the New Bottleneck? >>
* Astrophile: How a faraway dwarf world lost its cloak >>
* A 3D light switch for the brain >>
* Rice unveils super-efficient solar-energy technology >>
* The Computer That Stores and Processes Information At the Same Time >>
* Samsung and others should have 8 cores for smartphones later in 2013 >>
* Three radical new energy technologies >>
* Neurons made from stem cells drive brain activity after transplantation >>
* Private moon mission rumour is glimpse of lunar future >>
* This is your brain on neural implants >>
* Unveiling the Reality Deck (video) >>
* Space Exploration on the Cheap: Kickstarter Sensation ArduSat Launches in 2013 >>
* Ridiculously accurate futurist shares his bold prediction on the Glenn Beck program >>
* Searching for Higgs Boson ATLAS "Camera" Snaps 40 Million Pictures Per Second >>
* Genes show how your lifestyle affects your health >>
* Is It Mathematically Possible to Run Out of New Music? >>
* Supercomputers' Growing Resilience Problems >>
* To Make Steam Without Boiling Water, Just Add Sunlight And Nanoparticles >>
* Why do physicists care so much about finding the Higgs boson? >>
* Alien Life Unlikely Around Dying Stars >>
* Science Fiction and Fantasy Books That Make Great Holiday Gifts >>
* MakerBot Store Opens In New York City | Video >>
* Tiny probes light up to spot signs of disease >>
* Dwarf Planet Beyond Pluto Lacks Atmosphere >>
* To diagnose Parkinson’s, track speech >>
* High-Speed Video Investigates Mystery of Hummingbird Pollination >>
* Device Forces Quantum Dots Into Living Cells >>
* To sense bomb vapor, device mimics dogs >>
* Mayan Apocalypse Countdown: 1 Month 'Til Doom >>
* Xbox TV could take shape as a set-top-box, not a service >>
* The 3D Printing Wars Begin – News Roundup >>
* Google brings indoor maps to desktop web browsers >>
* Floating Units Offer Emergency City Space for Slums >>
* Researchers stumble onto lava generated quantum dots, could power future devices >>
* Rumor: Microsoft preparing set-top box version of next Xbox, pre-holiday 2013 >>
* A Quantum Dot First: Electron-Photon Entanglement >>
* Americans' Great Move South, as Reflected in Their Energy Needs >>
* Re-Timer could play with your brain, fool body clock to minimize jetlag >>
* Quantum cryptography keys ride the lightning on existing fiber lines >>
* Recon updates its HUD tech, adds new view modes to MOD Live >>
* Form1 3D Printer and Kickstarter Get Sued For Patent Infringment >>
* Why Big Data Could Sink Europe's 'Right To Be Forgotten' >>
* Spacecraft monitoring Martian dust storm >>
* Paralysis in dogs has been reversed >>
* Better understanding of how memories form could help develop artificial cognitive computers >>
* Low-cost MEMS Fabrication Technology Using a Replica Molding Technique >>
* Nanowires Undergo Transformation, Offer New Applications >>
* Ultrasound pictures show difference in fetus yawning and other mouth openings >>
* Get Ready Tokyo: Maker Faire is Coming! >>
* Watson Goes to Medical School: Interview with Cleveland Clinic’s James Stoller >>
* Juan Enriquez On Big Data And Tattoos >>
* Nanotechnology milestone: general method for designing stable proteins >>
* Capturing living cells in micro pyramids >>
* Interstellar Propulsion Exotica >>
* NASA hints Mars discovery from device that can detect carbon-laden organic molecules >>
* Sleeping pill increases risk of falling and getting hurt: Study >>
* More shots of stem cells to cure type 2 diabetes >>
* Muscular teens likely to live longer: Study >>
* Dose of love hormone can stop men from straying >>
* RNA folding: A little cooperation goes a long way >>
* Mysterious Substance In Brain Could Explain Why You're Always Sleepy >>
* GRANTHAM: We're Headed For A Disaster Of Biblical Proportions >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 November 2012
* Curiosity Rover’s Secret Historic Breakthrough? Speculation Organic Molecules >>
* Could A sonic Weapon Make Your Head Explode? >>
* Why the Frontiers of Biology Might Be Inside a Computer Chip >>
* Honda's HEARBO robot can separate and locate four sound sources at once (video) >>
* Trying Out Indoor Navigation Using Inertial Sensing >>
* For Web Images, Creating New Technology to Seek and Find >>
* Russia and Europe joint Mars bid agreement approved >>
* Brainwave-Controlled Helicopter Lands on Kickstarter >>
* Mind-Machine Links Researcher's Brain to Cockroach Leg >>
* Robot book scanner reads 250 pages per minute >>
* Quantum Cryptography Conquers Noise Problem >>
* Sailing boat smashes world speed record >>
* Thermogenerator from the Printer >>
* An immersive display room driven by supercomputer with 1.5 billion pixels, 416 screens >>
* A warning system for the planet >>
* Breakthrough nanoparticle halts multiple sclerosis, diabetes, allergies >>
* How to create an animated character from your facial expressions in real time >>
* Optogenetics illuminates pathways of motivation and depression through brain >>
* How to optimize light sources for vision >>
* These Islands Are The First To Be Powered By Solar Energy Alone >>
* How Israel Developed Such A Shockingly Effective Rocket Defense System >>
* Mars Rover Scientists Say They're Sitting On A Discovery For The 'History Books' >>
* How Many Balloons Would You Actually Need To Lift a House? >>
* Nanotech device mimics dog's nose to detect explosives >>
* Major advance in using sunlight to produce steam without boiling water >>
* Mind-Machine Links Researcher's Brain to Cockroach Leg >>
* Robot book scanner reads 250 pages per minute >>
* Does the Moon Have Levitating Lunar Dust? >>
* An Annotated Guide To Mining The Seafloor >>
* Nanogenerator can convert 15% of mechanical motion with potential for 40% >>
* The Future of 3-D Printing Depends on Hipsters >>
* The Kline Directive: Technological Feasibility (2f) >>
* Genetic Screening Can Uncover Risky Matches at the Sperm Bank >>
* Telomere lengths predict life expectancy in the wild >>
* Microsoft building poo-powered carbon-neutral data center >>
* On our reading list: The Human Face of Big Data >>
* A Gene that predicts what time of day we'll die? >>
* They Cracked This 250-Year-Old Code, and Found a Secret Society Inside >>
* Planet devoured in secret by its own sun >>
* Thanksgiving 2042: ‘Turkey Day’ in a future wonderworld >>
* Tiny probes shine brightly to reveal the location of targeted tissues >>
* Google’s Glass Gets a Competitor >>
* Chemists Concoct the ‘White Noise’ of Smell >>
* Diet may make monkeys hungry for sex >>
* US families split among four ‘cultures’ >>
* Synopsis: Finding Quantum Keys in Noisy Fibers >>
* Doom and Gloom: Top 10 Post-Apocalyptic Worlds >>
* Researchers decode birch tree genome sequence for the first time >>
* Can life emerge on planets around cooling stars? >>
* Making 'nanospinning' practical >>
* Does the Moon Have Levitating Lunar Dust? >>
* NASA Outpost Beyond Moon Could Lead to Mars >>
* Biotech developments signal new breakthrough >>
* Researchers find rainbows on nanoscale: Big impact on solar cells, television screens >>
* Build Your Own Mini-Movies In Google Docs With Story Builder >>
* Google Glass Could Be the Virtual Dieting Pill of the Future >>
* Human obedience: The myth of blind conformity >>
* Harwell Dekatron revived as the world's oldest working, original digital computer >>
* Watch Data-Free Live TV on Your iPad >>
* Karaoke for Xbox Live brings pay to play sing-alongs to your holiday parties >>
* Are 1200 New Coal Power Plants on the Way? >>
* Mozilla Brings Social to the Browser With Firefox 17 >>
* Sunlight and Nanoparticles Make Steam Without Boiling Water >>
* Willow Garage talks TurtleBot 2 (video) >>
* Harvard Develops Drug-Filled, Injectable Sponge That Expands Inside the Body >>
* Swarm robots perform classical 'scores' inside Georgia Tech's GritsLab (video) >>
* Mindbloom Juice Builds Healthy Habits, Tracks Your Mood, and Offers Tips to Reduce Stress >>
* Human Rights Watch Wants An International Ban On Autonomous Killer Robots >>
* Researchers harness static electricity from your twitchiness to charge batteries >>
* Keepon co-creator Marek Michalowski shows off his Arduino-powered wall drawing robot (video) >>
* Deputy Administrator of NHTSA joins Google as Director of Safety for Self-Driving Cars >>
* Scientists Discover An Exoplanet So Massive They're Not Even Sure It's A Planet >>
* DHS Experimenting With Huge Inflatable Plug To Stop Future Flooding Of Transit Tunnels >>
* Toshiba sends quantum keys long distances on busy fibres >>
* Time-Reversal Violation Is Not the “Arrow of Time” >>
* DARPA brain on par with human brain in terms of neurons and synapses. still to do: speed, structure & purpose >>
* Skype version 3.0 arrives on Android devices: Microsoft login, refreshed tablet UI (hands-on) >>
* NASA's Least-Crazy Rubber Room >>
* More on the Starship ‘Slingshot’ Maneuver >>
* Take a Guided Tour of the International Space Station >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 November 2012
* IBM simulates 530 billon neurons, 100 trillion synapses on supercomputer >>
* Headband lets you monitor your brain waves via smartphone >>
* Nose cell transplant enables paralysed dogs to walk >>
* 3D Robotics' Chris Anderson discusses a drone-filled future (video) >>
* Silent but Deadly: Special Forces Seek Quiet, Subsonic Bullets >>
* The Mobile Revolution Will Extend Your Business Model Faster Than The Web Did >>
* New Rules for the New Economy >>
* Silent but Deadly: Special Forces Seek Quiet, Subsonic Bullets >>
* Tank-like vehicle clears runways of birds with laser beam >>
* The Average Place on Earth >>
* AR Eyewear Fools Your Belly (and Brain) Into Feeling Full >>
* Stunning New Timelapse: Storms and Stars at Joshua Tree >>
* X Prize to Sequence Genomes of World’s Oldest People. Hopes To Unlock Secrets of Longevity >>
* BBC creates new YouTube channel on nature shows >>
* Human brain, Internet, and cosmology: Similar laws at work? >>
* New Microsoft Xbox 720 Promises Latest Kinect, Plus Blu-ray Drive, Says Xbox World >>
* Intel CEO Paul Otellini Will Retire This May After 40 Year Tenure >>
* The Deep-Space Suit >>
* Growing concerns over 'in the air' transmission of Ebola >>
* Are People Getting Dumber? One Geneticist Thinks So >>
* How Israel's ‘Iron Dome' Knocks Almost Every Incoming Missile Out Of The Sky >>
* Stampede 10 petaflop supercomputer >>
* Inside Ingress, Google’s new augmented-reality game >>
* Foxconn installs first 10,000 robots of planned million >>
* Flying Helicopter Orb Guided By Brainwaves >>
* Roaming robot may explore mysterious Moon caverns >>
* These bots were made for walking: cells power biological machines >>
* Stanford physicists take first step toward quantum cryptography >>
* Astronauts Could Remotely Control Moon Rovers From Lunar Orbit, Says NASA Plan >>
* Math Reveals Perfectly Cozy Penguin Huddles >>
* The Last Pictures >>
* Broad Group of China is maintaining a 90-day schedule to build a world's tallest 220 story skyscraper >>
* Rice unveils super-efficient solar-energy technology >>
* Scientists estimate at least one third of marine species remain unknown to humans >>
* Sound bullets in water >>
* Israel - Gaza conflict >>
* Invisibility cloaking to shield floating objects from waves >>
* GOCE – How Low Can It Go? >>
* The Interstellar Gravitational Assist >>
* A microscopic organism that eats DNA instead of having sex >>
* The Gates-Funded Toilet Of The Future >>
* Ban 'killer robots', rights group urges >>
* NASA sees sun's 2 Prominence Eruptions >>
* From icy water to steam via nanoparticles >>
* Even apes have 'midlife crises,' study finds >>
* Astrophysicists identify a 'super-Jupiter' around a massive star >>
* Genetic factor holds key to blood vessel health >>
* Nuclear One-Two Punch Could Knock Out Dangerous Asteroid >>
* Meat, Cooked Foods Needed for Early Human Brain >>
* Babies with skull defect share ‘snip’ genes >>
* More than 450K marine species unknown >>
* Microsoft to build a biogas-fueled data plant >>
* Solidoodle 3 goes up for pre-orders with 512 cubic inches of 3D printing prowess >>
* Reading and Calculating With Your Unconscious >>
* Headhunter Tells Us Which Jobs Will Be Huge In 2013 >>
* Apple’s Next Operating System: Lynx [RUMOR] >>
* Finding a direction of time in exotic particle transformations >>
* The Future of Smartphone Tech Is ... Knuckle-Dragging? >>
* Robot Hand Picks Up Nyan Cat, What Else is Possible? >>
* Nanoparticles Stop Multiple Sclerosis In Mice >>
* How to Manage Conflict in Virtual Teams >>
* Heart Cell Powered Walking Micromachines (VIDEO) >>
* Turning Thoughts into Action: New Advance in Brain-Controlled Computer Cursors (VIDEO) >>
* Gravity mapper surfs atmosphere >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17-19 November 2012
* Bad Idea: Giving a Razor-Sharp Knife to a Robot >>
* Tiny Vital Signs Monitor Powered by Passing Radio Waves >>
* Supercomputing Increments Towards the Exaflop Era >>
* MIT's Artificial Intelligence Lab envisions a future of personal air transport (video) >>
* Google Turns Vacuum Cleaner Into Book Scanner >>
* Spark Socket Connects Your Regular Old Light Bulbs to the Internet >>
* New Touchscreen Tech ‘Listens’ to Your Taps >>
* Build a Laser Microphone >>
* Google Takes You on a Mind-Boggling Trip to 100,000 Stars >>
* Teaching Robots New Tricks Without Programming >>
* iRobot's RP-VITA mobile telepresence robot iPad app eyes-on (video) >>
* Apple's Supply Chain Issues Reflected In Stock Pricing >>
* Research shows gamers are better virtual surgeons than residents >>
* Skin cells reveal DNA's genetic mosaic >>
* Mapping the Mouse Brain >>
* Mystery Sources of Gamma Rays Baffle Astronomers (Weekend Feature) >>
* European Union To Spend $900M Building Super Lasers More Powerful Than Any Yet Constructed >>
* Novelties: Single-Incision Surgery, Via New Robotic Systems >>
* iRobot's DARPA-funded mechanical hand can take a beating, lift 50 pounds >>
* Robots are marching into homes >>
* Why Mental Disorders Persist in Humans >>
* New Satellite Will Be Space Mechanic, Gas Station >>
* Giant Sun Eruption Captured in NASA Video >>
* Your Brain by the Numbers >>
* Light Modulator Antenna on a chip could speed information processing by orders of magnitude >>
* Google Aims to become a wireless carrier >>
* TED-Ed answers the question: what is dark matter and what does it have to do with stars? >>
* Earth's Carbon Mostly in Its Core >>
* 3D-printed biological robots use heart cells to crawl to life >>
* The Long and Winding Road to Wireless Charging >>
* From Google, A Breathtaking Interactive Journey Through The Stars >>
* Brain surgery robot uses MRI to remove hard to reach tumors >>
* Nuclear One-Two Punch Could Knock Out Dangerous Asteroid >>
* Hovering moon base may be on NASA’s horizon >>
* Google has officially eaten the newspaper industry >>
* Mind-reading scan locates site of meaning in the brain >>
* Cancer's recruitment drive of healthy cells targeted >>
* 'Ultrasonic' insect evolved tiny mammal-like ears >>
* Space repair enters the robotic age >>
* ‘Cloning’ could make structurally pure nanotubes for nanoelectronics >>
* Physicists Laser Print Conducting Polymer Circuits >>
* Nanotech yarn behaves like super-strong muscle >>
* Internet activists on red alert ahead of United Nations conference >>
* Einstein's Brain: New Insights into the Roots of Genius >>
* Hyperloop will be a cross between a railgun and a Concorde >>
* Paging Dr. Watson: IBM and Cleveland Clinic Collaborate to Train Watson in Medicine >>
* Dwave Systems Commercializing 512 Qubit Adiabatic Quantum Computer >>
* Button sized activity tracker >>
* Fujifilm ultra-wide 99x telephoto zoom lens for broadcast >>
* 'Cloning' could make structurally pure nanotubes for nanoelectronics >>
* Airship Down! America’s Only Zeppelin Needs $5 Million Now >>
* 'Brain Transplant' for Mars Satellite >>
* The Kline Directive: Technological Feasibility (2d) >>
* The Kline Directive: Technological Feasibility (2e) >>
* Teenage Gamers Better At Simulated Surgery Than Medical Residents, Study Finds >>
* Google TVs to get gaming service >>
* The brain in numbers, colours and wow >>
* Ann Gauger Says Random Mutation Can't Possibly Account for Observed Evolution >>
* A Sudden Burgeoning into Space? Especially Amateur SETI! >>
* Better thought-controlled computer cursor: New algorithm greatly improves speed and accuracy >>
* Minority report: Insight into subtle genomic differences among our own cells >>
* New bio-ink formulated to print living human tissue >>
* How we first discovered the difference between XX and XY >>
* NASA's Paint by Particle model shows a vibrant world in motion >>
* Robotic explorers may usher in lunar 'water rush' >>
* Reading and Calculating With Your Unconscious >>
* Hacked heart monitor changes tempo of music according to heart rate >>
* Alt-week 11.17.12: freestyle brain scans, hovering moon base and robot dolphin replacements >>
* Brain Scans of Rappers and Jazz Musicians Shed Light On Creativity >>
* Sphero's Augmented Reality Engine gets fully realized in Sharky the Beaver (video) >>
* Rooftop Solar Stood Up to Sandy >>
* One Step Toward a Babel Fish: Real-Time Voice Translation For Phones >>
* GM and ABB repurpose used Chevy Volt batteries to provide home backup power >>
* Lightweight scooter in a backpack you can take up a mountain >>
* Does it Matter if Humans Trash the Planet? >>
* First Gene Therapy Drug Approved (outside China) >>
* ’1000 genomes barrier’ broken >>
* When You Inject Spirit Mediums' Brains with Radioactive Chemicals, Strange Things Happen >>
* Stroke victim 'talks' again with help of speaking glove >>
* Mars impact heated water to habitable temperatures >>
* The Emerging Mind: How relationships and the embodied brain shape who we are >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 November 2012
* NASA Innovator of Year hunts for extraterrestrial amino acids >>
* Samsung's new 10nm-process 64GB mobile flash memory chips are smaller, faster >>
* iRobot Smashes Its New Robotic Hand With Baseball Bat >>
* Litographs Puts Entire Books On T-Shirts >>
* Google Launches Mobile Game You Play in Real Life >>
* Japan Mobile Company Debuts Real-Time Voice Translation App >>
* Artificial Muscle Is 200 Times Stronger Than the Real Thing >>
* Curiosity Rover Measures Radiation and Wind on Mars >>
* How Long Would It Take to Fall Through the Earth? >>
* First Teleportation From One Macroscopic Object to Another >>
* A Billion Years In The Future, This Disc Containing 100 Images Will Tell Our Story >>
* NASA's Kepler wraps prime mission, begins extension >>
* Robotic explorers may usher in lunar 'water rush' >>
* 20mm Long Pacemaker Being Developed to Treat Unborn Babies With Fetal Heart Block >>
* A Toddler-Driven Power Stroller Means Parents Never Have To Push >>
* Decelerator Helmet slows down reality, in real time >>
* A powerful lens technology inspired by the human eye >>
* Fuel from waste, poised at a milestone >>
* Nanocrystals and nickel catalyst substantially improve light-based hydrogen production >>
* Technology that helps the aged stay home >>
* Google TV: now faster and easier >>
* Can cloud computing boost GDP? >>
* U.S. Navy To Retire Mine-Sweeping Dolphins And Use Robots Instead >>
* This Is What Live-Tweeting a War Looks Like >>
* Solar Eclipse over Queensland >>
* Injectable sponge delivers drugs, cells, and structure >>
* How to Build a More Resilient Electric Grid >>
* How Your Video Game Character Could Soon Share Your Rage Face >>
* How a Robot Will Steal Your Job >>
* Terrorists Can Take Down an Entire City's LTE Network for Just $650 >>
* The Top 25 Innovations of the Last 25 Years >>
* The Unconscious Brain Can Do Math >>
* Here comes artificial intelligence: Ray Kurzweil’s new book imagines man-made minds >>
* Which Technology Companies Are Truly Disruptive? >>
* Kepler Mission Opens Window on a Galaxy Rife With Small Rocky Planets >>
* First All-Carbon Solar Cells >>
* NEC StarPixel image codec delivers JPEG2000 quality at JPEG compression speeds >>
* Is there any particle physics beyond the standard model? >>
* After injury, virtual reality tests real-world skills >>
* New brain gene gives us edge over apes >>
* Great White Shark Ancestry Swims Into Focus >>
* Wax-filled nanotech yarn behaves like powerful, super-strong muscle (w/ Video) >>
* Listen: The Music of a Human Brain >>
* Videos Capture Total Solar Eclipse From Space and Earth >>
* Psychiatry Set to Medicalize Hissy Fits >>
* Researchers entangle a single electron spin to a single photon in a quantum dot >>
* ‘Seeds’ grow carbon nanotube clones >>
* Physicists create tractor beam for microscopic particles >>
* Print It: 3-D Bio-Printing Makes Better Regenerative Implants >>
* Thermogenerator from the printer >>
* "Higgs" boson may not open door to exotic realms >>
* Are We Alone in the Universe? - Instant Egghead >>
* New injectable gels toughen up after entering the body >>
* Mind Controlled Robot >>
* Invisibility Tech Demo Tomorrow In NYC >>
* Getting Small UAVs To Imitate Human Pilots Flying Through Dense Forests >>
* Food For Thought >>
* Buy a Small Dragonfly Drone on Indiegogo [VIDEO] >>
* The Future of Transportation >>
* What Is the Future of Mobile, Design and Social? >>
* Kinected Browser Lets You Flick Through Websites >>
* NASA's Mini X-Plane Marks a Milestone >>
* Gadgets in Space: What It Takes to Get an iPad Into Orbit >>
* Volcano May Have Killed Off New Bioluminescent Cockroach >>
* Flexible Smartphones May Be Here Sooner Than You Think [VIDEO] >>
* Apple's Clever Method to Silence a Vibrating iPhone >>
* Alcohol Adds 100 Calories a Day to Our Diet http://on.webmd.com/T5f0u9 >>
* Artificial wombs: is a sexless reproduction society in our future? >>
* Contour Crafting: Automated Construction >>
* How predictable are you? >>
* Chimpanzee microbiome variation is like ours >>
* Some Cogent Examples of “Gulf Futurism” >>
* Airbus: Passenger jets should use aircraft carrier-style catapults >>
* Human Beings Are Getting Dumber >>
* Native iOS Google Maps app being tested externally with turn-by-turn navigation >>
* Kurzweil at Techonomy: Artificial Intelligence Is Empowering All of Humanity >>
* Ballmer talks Sinofsky exit, digs at Apple, Google >>
* Smartphones to play bigger role in shopping >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 November 2012
* Nissan’s Drive-By-Wire Tech Could Make Steering Wheels Obsolete >>
* Alien Planets With Extra Suns Can Have Strange Orbits >>
* Google Just Beat Siri to TV Voice Search >>
* Scientists map domestic pig's genome >>
* DNA sequencing of MRSA used to stop outbreak >>
* Spacecraft Witnesses Solar Eclipse x 3 >>
* A Nanoparticle Sunlight-to-Hydrogen Generator >>
* Electrical near-field 3D gesture interface >>
* Longevity gene that makes Hydra immortal also controls human aging >>
* Scientists Make Shake-to-Charge Cellphones a Real Possibility >>
* Brazil aims to clone endangered animals >>
* What Is a Neural Network? >>
* New Lost Planet Found Floating in Space 100 Light Years Away >>
* MIT-Made Metamaterial Focuses Radio Waves, Could Yield Up-Close Views Of Molecules >>
* Hovering moon base may be on NASA's horizon >>
* Laser-Powered Micro-Sailboats Do the Light Fandango >>
* Singularity Hub Acquired! Now Part Of Singularity University >>
* Jellyfish-Inspired Microchip Captures Cancer Cells >>
* World Changing Ideas 2012 (preview) >>
* This May Be the First Confirmed Errant Planet Detected by Humans >>
* Curiosity Game Goes Viral! Millions Want to Know What’s Inside Giant Cube >>
* How Long Will a Lie Last? New Study Finds That False Memories Linger for Years >>
* A Talking Teddy Bear With Artificial Intelligence? Raises $16 Million >>
* Metamaterials lens focuses radio waves >>
* New brain gene gives us edge over apes, study suggests >>
* 7 Additional Compelling Breakthroughs >>
* Engineering a photo-switch for nerve cells in the eye and brain >>
* Google Fiber Has Real World Speeds of 700 Mbps >>
* iPhone App Makes Map Navigation Easier to Visualize >>
* Is telepresence the next big thing? >>
* What are the best new products that people don’t know about? >>
* Atom-scale imaging unlocks exact structure of glass >>
* Scientists use genome sequencing to halt superbug outbreak >>
* Everspin ships first ST-MRAM memory with 500X performance of flash >>
* Talking to Your Television >>
* Battery-Powered Transmitter Could Crash A City's 4G Network >>
* Explore the Stellar Neighborhood with New Milky Way Visualization >>
* How Was Saturn Formed? >>
* Alien Planets With Extra Suns Can Have Strange Orbits >>
* How a tiny eye implant could save your vision from glaucoma >>
* New Tech Lets Special Ops Gunships Hunt All Day >>
* Israel Kills Hamas Leader, Instantly Posts It to YouTube >>
* Carbon nanotubes may protect DNA from oxidation >>
* Did a Lost Star Torque Earth's Orbit? >>
* The next interface: Electrical fields, MGC3130 and your hand (w/ Video) >>
* Broken ‘antenna’ can lead to lost neurons >>
* Researchers find way to boost WiFi performance 400-700 percent >>
* When Does 'Old Age' Start? When You Stop Shopping >>
* New brain gene gives us edge over apes, study suggests >>
* Humanity+ 2012 Conference, December 1st in San Francisco >>
* Rover's 'SAM' lab instrument suite tastes soil >>
* Israeli mice sniff out bombs and vice >>
* 7 Amazing Ways Nanotechnology Is Changing The World >>
* Brain Waves Transformed into Music >>
* Star Cluster Near Orion Nebula Revealed in Telescope Views >>
* Quantum dots entangled with single photons >>
* Pig Genome Could Benefit Agriculture and Medicine >>
* Worm Regeneration May Lend A Hand in Human Healing >>
* Q&A, Dr. Drew Ramsey author, ‘The Happiness Diet’ >>
* Visualizing 100,000 Stars In Chrome >>
* Why Gladwell’s 10,000-hour rule is wrong >>
* SingTel refuses to be a Commodity >>
* Artificial Wombs In the Near Future? >>
* Image of the Day: Nebula-like Supernova Powered by Pulsar >>
* Self-assembling smart scaffolds aim to rebuild tissue and future organs >>
* Self-assembling-polymer advances could increase computer memory density fivefold >>
* Doubling the efficiency of wireless networks to cope with increasing data traffic >>
* How to quickly capture cancer cells in the blood for personalized treatment >>
* Mining MRSA genetic code halts superbug outbreak >>
* Nova scienceNow | The discovery and potential of RNA interference >>
* Space Dive: Red Bull Stratos Documentary >>
* How online video stream quality affects viewer behavior >>
* If a 100 feet diamond meteor was traveling at the speed of light and hit the earth, what would happen? >>
* A computer you wear on your head >>
* 'Early humans ate grass like a cow' >>
* The Complete History of Earth in 90 Seconds >>
* The TV is the new tablet: How gesture-based computing is evolving >>
* Brain Controlled Robot Interface Employs Artificial Intelligence to Bridge Communication Gap (VIDEO) >>
* Illumina Offers Personalized Eco Real-Time PCR System >>
* Rats' Whiskers Inspire New Way to See >>
* Airlines Face Acute Pilot Shortage >>
* Driving drones can be a drag >>
* How the Internet is Shaping Our "Global Brain" >>
* IBM Unveils Groundbreaking Technology to Reduce Traffic Jams on the Road >>
* Sony to release XAVC 4K video spec, licensees include Apple, Adobe >>
* #MEMS: "Sensor to prevent smart-meter tampering" >>
* #MARKETS: "10 electronics visionaries to watch" >>
* Robot Mirrors Our Emotions To Be More Social >>
* How 'Gamification' Can Make Your Customer Service Worse >>
* Nanometer-scale diamond tips improve nano-manufacturing >>
* How cells in the nose detect odors >>
* Visualising Collaboration in Astronomy >>
* Misfit Wearables’ First Product is a Fitness Tracker >>
* Facebook job board will turn traditional recruiting upside down >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 November 2012
* Canadian Man in Vegetative State Communicates with World through fMRI (VIDEO) >>
* Speeding algorithms by shrinking data >>
* Human Brain Is Wired for Harmony >>
* These robotic fish feed, swim and cluster like the real thing >>
* Hybrid Nanomaterial Converts Both Light and Heat to Electricity >>
* Control This Small Helicopter With Your Brain [VIDEO] >>
* Vuzix Smart Glasses M100 to battle Google Glass for Android eyewear supremacy >>
* China 'needs 4,960 planes by 2031' >>
* Brain Scan Allows Vegetative Patient To Tell Doctors How He Feels >>
* SETI: The Search Goes On >>
* Five Things the Petraeus Affair Teaches Us About Online Surveillance >>
* Artificial Limb Powered by Rocket Fuel >>
* How to detect microvesicles in the bloodstream to diagnose and monitor brain cancer >>
* Europe Proposes Cheap Quantum Optics Link to the Space Station >>
* How to connect your home appliances to the Internet of Things >>
* Thermoelectric generator converts light and heat to electrical current >>
* Body down a wire: Living your life in remote control >>
* Glow-In-The-Dark Smart Highways Coming To The Netherlands in 2013 >>
* Computer hard disk memory could increase five fold >>
* Orbiting moon gives chilling clue to black hole heat >>
* Why Microsoft May Be Making a Smartphone for China >>
* Injectable sponge delivers drugs, cells, and structure >>
* Our brain can do unconscious mathematics >>
* Charge your cellphone with a tap or a shake >>
* Orbiting Atomic Clocks will Reveal Earth's True Shape >>
* Robots enable scar-free hysterectomies for some women >>
* Time to think beyond the Large Hadron Collider >>
* Brain Computer Interface used to control the movement and actions of an android robot >>
* 6.5 billion mobile subscribers by 2018 >>
* China's robot population to lead world by 2014 >>
* The Total Solar Eclipse Down Under: How to Watch it from Anywhere in the World >>
* A Tiny Base Station Makes Dumb Phones Smarter >>
* A New Chip to Bring 3-D Gesture Control to Smart Phones >>
* Cellular Data Network for Inanimate Objects Goes Live in France >>
* IOT Appliances Blur the Distinction between Matter and Man: The growing wireless Internet o... >>
* First map produced of universe 11 billion years ago >>
* Chimps' gut bugs look similar to human ones >>
* 3D printing used to create Mylon eyewear >>
* The Tricorder X Prize: Biggest Thing In Home Health Care Since The Thermometer? >>
* The Guru's Guide to Creating Thought Leadership >>
* Steve Ballmer Just Can't Let Go at Microsoft >>
* 15 Google Interview Questions That Made Geniuses Feel Dumb >>
* Google: 'Government Surveillance Is on the Rise' >>
* Fabricating Nature and a Physical Turing Test >>
* IE10 Is Incrementally Changing The Direction Of The Web >>
* Carbon emissions make satellites move faster >>
* Jellyfish-inspired device could enable better patient monitoring >>
* Physicists build first noiseless single photon amplifier >>
* Inside NASA's New Spaceship for Asteroid Missions >>
* Human eye gives researchers visionary design for new, more natural lens technology >>
* How speed daters decide who’s hot, who’s not >>
* Scientists develop single-cell imaging method to watch cell clock >>
* Watch: How to Merge Your Real and Virtual Worlds [Video] >>
* Astronomer point the way for exoplanet search >>
* Total Solar Eclipse, November 2012: Images and Video >>
* 9 talks about innovation in India >>
* On Super-Earths and Alpha Centauri >>
* Enticing Trailer for New Movie about a Mission to Europa >>
* Watch A French Researcher Control A Robot With His Brain >>
* Civilisation is making humanity less intelligent, study claims - Telegraph >>
* Memory in Old Age Can Be Bolstered >>
* Nano Scale Neural Implants Developed >>
* Ray Kurzweil’s How to Create a Mind published >>
* Powering lasers through heat >>
* Another Smartphone Personal Assistant Takes On Siri — Hello Maluuba >>
* A New Chip to Bring 3-D Gesture Control to Smartphones >>
* Mind-Controlled Robots Bring Us One Step Closer To Our Avatar Future >>
* Watch Today's Total Solar Eclipse Live From The Middle Of Nowhere, Right Here >>
* Sinofsky's Out At Microsoft Because He Wanted Steve Ballmer's Job >>
* Brain-Computer Interface Technologies in the Coming Decades >>
* On the hunt for rare cancer cells >>
* Duke University creates 'perfect' one-directional microwave cloak, might lead to stealthier vehicles >>
* More Thoughts on Regenerative Medicine Timelines >>
* CERN collider to become the world's fastest stopwatch? >>
* Emotional disconnection disorder threatens marriages, researcher says >>
* Networked Society >>
* Tracking nanomedicines inside the body >>
* DARPA Working on Sub-stalking Robots >>
* The Coming Biosecurity Chaos >>
* ‘Ultimate Mars Challenge’ – PBS NOVA TV Curiosity Documentary Premieres Nov. 14 >>
* A Book Full of Particles >>
* The Future of Freedom - Direct Democracy >>
* Next big thing for hard drives: self-assembling polymers >>
* Rapid Rehab Smart Insole Will Train Athletes and Assist Rehab Patients >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 November 2012
* Supersymmetry theory dealt a blow >>
* Almost Being There: Why the Future of Space Exploration Is Not What You Think >>
* See The Coolest New Buildings This Year >>
* Robot Gets from A to B by Asking the Way >>
* A better brain implant: listening to single neurons >>
* Physicists Surveying the Future >>
* Marketing service uses facial recognition tech to estimate gender, age, and visiting frequency >>
* LeWeb Program: Internet Of Things With Nest, Fitbit, Lockitron, NASA & Others >>
* Sleep gets better as waistlines shrink >>
* Extra chromosome 21 removed from Down syndrome cell line >>
* Are we getting more stupid? Researchers claim we no longer need intelligence to survive >>
* Exploring Possibilities at the TEDSalon in London >>
* Humans dined on grass 3.5 million years ago >>
* Robot assistant could be the perfect bedside nurse for the elderly >>
* Futurist Magazine unveils its predictions for 2013 and beyond >>
* 1 Million Robots To Replace 1 Million Human Jobs At Foxconn? First Robots Have Arrived. >>
* Rare particle's decay confounds hunt for new physics >>
* Wi-Fi-Controlled Smart Windows Auto-Tint >>
* 8 Stunning Science Visualizations >>
* Powerful Camera Seeks Snapshots of Dark Energy >>
* The Future Electric Car May Be One Big Battery >>
* DNA tentacles identify recurring leukaemia >>
* Aakash 2 Android tablet materializes, costs around $21 for Indian students >>
* ABB Advance Makes Renewable-Energy Supergrids Practical >>
* Now, spacecraft to land like copters >>
* VIDEO: How to make things invisible >>
* Perfect cloaking demonstrated >>
* What zebrafish can teach us about healing brain damage >>
* 3D-printed rocket parts >>
* How I learned a language in 22 hours >>
* Modeling pulmonary edema in a lung-on-a-chip >>
* Tiny engine runs on single hydrogen molecules >>
* A touch-sensitive conductive plastic skin that heals itself >>
* Cray unveils Cray XC30 supercomputer, capable of scaling to 100 petaflops >>
* Climbing 103 floors with a neural-controlled bionic leg >>
* Curiosity Rover Update: Sniffing Mars’ Atmosphere >>
* Here There Be Planets: Stellar Disk Gap May Reveal Newborn Worlds >>
* Coffee Could Be Extinct by 2080 >>
* These diseases can be diagnosed by smell >>
* A New Concept For A Constantly Adaptable Prosthetic Limb >>
* Infographic: The Evolution of Birds, From Species No. 1 To 9,993 >>
* Fractals Offer a Better Way to Manage Complex Systems >>
* Emotional disconnection disorder threatens marriages, researcher says >>
* 'Strain tuning' reveals promise in nanoscale manufacturing >>
* How to Watch Tomorrow’s Amazing Total Solar Eclipse Online >>
* Babies rely on words to 'decode' underlying intentions of others >>
* World’s Fastest GPU Accelerators >>
* How the brain keeps track of who’s number 1 >>
* Research suggests that humans are slowly but surely losing intellectual and emotional abilities >>
* Scientists reveal new insights on nano 3D printing >>
* Viewpoint: Optical Atomic Clocks Could Redefine Unit of Time >>
* In social isolation, brain makes less myelin >>
* Why doesn't Syfy have a show like Battlestar Galactica any more? >>
* Plan to turn farm waste into paper earns students $15,000 >>
* 3-D stress analysis simulator for ultra-small silicon devices revealed >>
* We Can't Land On Mars Without NASA's Million-Dollar Ironman Suit >>
* MIT’s Media Lab Releases Experimental Game That Bends The Laws Of Relativity >>
* Membrane Mixes Materials to Measure Nanogram Masses, Temperature Simultaneously >>
* John McAfee Accused of Murder, Wanted By Belize Police >>
* DARPA SpaceView program enlists us to track space debris, save a satellite today (video) >>
* Australian Government Gives Up on Filtering the Internet >>
* Where Are the Elder Care Robots? >>
* Repairing Objects With 3D Prints >>
* AMD's dual-GPU FirePro S10000, spews out nearly 6 TFLOPs for server graphics >>
* Global Warming Felt By Space Junk and Satellites >>
* Rare Particle Find May Cast Doubt on Popular Physics Theory >>
* Is Entire Human Race -- Not Just US Voters -- Getting Stupider? >>
* BBC Future Column: Why is it so hard to give good directions? >>
* Reasoning Without Language >>
* Smart scaffolding aims to rebuild tissue from the inside >>
* Microsoft's 'Star Trek' Universal Translator >>
* Robots are marching into homes >>
* Business Travelers Improvise With Backup Power Systems >>
* Singularity 1 on 1: Interrogate and Engage the World >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 November 2012
* When a Palm Reader Knows More Than Your Life Line >>
* A Futurist Looks at the 2012 Election >>
* NASA DTN Protocol: How Interplanetary Internet Works >>
* Schizophrenia genetic networks identified; Connection to autism found >>
* A Carbon Microthread That Makes Contact with the Mind >>
* Cloaking of sound, seismic waves and light >>
* Computer prediction the way of the future >>
* TshirtOS: The world's first programmable t-shirt >>
* I Saw The Future Of Advertising And It's Pretty Awesome >>
* Touch-sensitive plastic skin heals itself >>
* Traders Employ Choppers, Satellites, and Infrared Telephoto Lenses to Gauge Food, Oil Supply >>
* Encrypted fabric to thwart fashion fakes >>
* Users Start Giving Up on Streaming Video If It Takes Two Seconds to Load >>
* ESO's "Very Large Telescope" in Atacama Desert --Opens New Age of Discovery >>
* Scientists discover possible building blocks of ancient genetic systems in Earth's most primitive organisms >>
* ISS drives rover on Earth via the Internet, and why that's cool >>
* China considers a 16 billion program to develop high performance jet engines >>
* If MWI is correct, should we expect to experience Quantum Torment? >>
* Scientists discover new method of gene identification >>
* Fault under Japan nuclear plant 'may be active' >>
* BMW's Performance sport steering wheel brings vehicle data right to your finger tips (video) >>
* The Kline Directive: Technological Feasibility (2c) … continued >>
* Inhabitat's Week in Green: Dyson Spheres, bladeless wind turbines and airless bike tires >>
* Sandy Aftermath and the Fragility of Complex Systems >>
* Sex Robots and Personal Coaches: Brave New Upbringing >>
* Intelligent Complex Adaptive Systems free ebook download >>
* SmartWard patient care app wins London Startup Weekend competition >>
* Technophobia: a talk at the Royal Institution >>
* The Myth of the Exploding Welfare State >>
* Using rust and water to store solar energy as hydrogen >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 November 2012
* Robot racing car aims for pole position >>
* Why You Can't Build Your Own Smartphone: the average smartphone is covered by over 250,000 patents. >>
* How Much Would You Pay to Never See an Online Ad Again? >>
* Predicting presidents, storms and life by computer >>
* China 'plans manned space launch' in 2013 >>
* The Army's developing its own, cheaper 3D printers >>
* Ray Kurzweil’s new book predicts development of a super digital brain >>
* The brain remains an evolutionary mystery >>
* [Video] Beyond AGI: Imagining the Unimaginable >>
* Brain-Computer Interface Technologies in the Coming Decades >>
* And Now…Even Miners Are Getting Robots >>
* A Direct Voltage breaker for high voltage transmission will enable interconnect between countries and continents >>
* Urine-powered generator produces six hours of electricity per bathroom break >>
* Why Would a Mouse Need To Connect To the Internet? >>
* Staff Emails Are Not Owned By Firms, UK Judge Rules >>
* Towards Tissue Engineered Large Intestines >>
* Focus: Storing an X-ray Photon >>
* Identical Twins Are Genetically Different, Research Suggests >>
* Facebook warehousing 180 PETABYTES of data a year >>
* Radiation Belt Mission Renamed to Honor James Van Allen >>
* The First 3D Printing Photobooth Is Like a Walk-In Shrink Ray >>
* 2012 Robotics Alley Conference and Expo >>
* Colors of Alien Planet May Hint at Habitability >>
* Will 2040 be the year of the allergy apocalypse? >>
* Space Station Astronaut Drives Robot on Earth via 'Interplanetary Internet' >>
* Frequentists vs. Bayesians >>
* Moore’s Law Is Becoming Irrelevant >>
* The Pressure’s on for Intel >>
* NASA Plans for 3-D Printing Rocket Engine Parts Could Boost Larger Manufacturing Trend [Video] >>
* Bluebrain: Noah Hutton's 10-Year Documentary about the Mission to Reverse Engineer the Human Brain [Video] >>
* Mystery of Star 49 CETI --Orbited by Hundreds of Trillions of Comets >>
* Image of the Day: Strange Hourglass- Shaped Object in Kuiper Belt >>
* Cheap, Paper-Based Blood Test Costs Only Pennies, No Lab Equipment Needed >>
* PopTech 2012 >>
* I Will Destroy This Robot Sheet-Music Sight-Reader, I Swear I Will >>
* Will we ever understand how our brains work? >>
* ARM CEO sees TV and Computers as Big Smartphones >>
* Researchers design proteins from scratch with predictable structures to enable building blocks for nanoscale assembly >>
* Congenitally blind learn to see and read with soundscapes >>
* Discovery may help nerve regeneration in spinal injury >>
* Stronger than a speeding bullet, but lighter >>
* New stem-cell-derived cells hold promise for Alzheimer’s, other brain diseases >>
* Speech recognition breakthrough for the spoken, translated word >>
* How improved batteries will make electric vehicles competitive >>
* Write and play your own sheet music with the Gocen >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 November 2012
* Microsoft’s Real-Time Translator Speaks in Your Voice >>
* Augmented Reality: Bruce Sterling keynote at OARN, Toronto Ontario >>
* Fertility 'predicted by mother's age at menopause' >>
* Artificial Intelligence: Will Superhuman Computers Take Over? >>
* Jam with Chrome: Google reinvents browser-based band practice (video) >>
* Autodesk Makes 3D Modeling Simple With 123D Design >>
* How Far Can IT Take Material Science? >>
* Skype announces new 'In the Workplace' platform for small businesses >>
* Obama win may mean NASA 'nauts to Deep Space as soon as 2021 >>
* Mathematical proof reveals magic of Ramanujan's genius >>
* Customise your favourite TV show >>
* Saving the stuff of history with 3D laser scanners >>
* Smartphone gives bikes an automatic gearbox >>
* Batteries not required, just plug into ear cells >>
* 4 Story tall Vertical Farm that is up to ten times more productive than regular farms >>
* A pressure switch inside the head >>
* How the Internet of everything will change the world >>
* Recyclable electronics: just add hot water >>
* A challenge facing designers of future computer chips >>
* Japan Display develops 2.3" LCD panel with the world's smallest pixel pitch of 651ppi >>
* New cells found that could help save people's sight >>
* Real Life Mad Science Blobs are only 100 micrometers across . . . for now >>
* Light-based 'remote control' developed for proteins inside cells >>
* Birth of stars has gone down by 97% >>
* Entanglement Makes Quantum Batteries Almost Perfect >>
* Arabica coffee could be extinct in the wild within 70 years >>
* Every Galaxy will have New Stars for Trillions of Years! >>
* 'Twisted light' idea faces doubts >>
* Iran Tried to Shoot Down American Drone >>
* Extreme weather preceded collapse of ancient Maya civilization >>
* This Prosthetic Hand Could've Been Ripped From a Terminator >>
* A challenge facing designers of future computer chips >>
* It moves! Lab-made blob can crawl >>
* This Is Why Nobody Will Use Credit Cards In A Few Years >>
* Why Can't We Stop A Hurricane Before It Hits Us? >>
* BeerSci: How To Make Beer Foamier >>
* Inside The Largest Simulation Of The Universe Ever Created >>
* Pacemaker Powered By Beating Of The Heart On The Horizon >>
* Bionic Limbs Step Up – Thought-Controlled Prosthetic Leg Climbs 2,100 Stair Building >>
* Theory of everything says universe is a transformer - New Scientist >>
* Can Our Laws Catch Up with Our Technology? >>
* Quantum Dots Make Artificial Photosynthesis Last Longer >>
* Space for the Cost of a Movie Ticket >>
* Feel-good hormone helps jog memory >>
* X-48 Blended Wing Body research aircraft makes 100th test flight >>
* High-Energy Battery Built To Last >>
* Killer Drought Thwarted Maya Comeback >>
* Video of the Day: Astronaut explains challenges of taking photographs in space >>
* Cooling challenge spurs more energy-efficient air conditioner >>
* Super-Earth in 6-Planet System May Have Oceans, Life >>
* Aging boomers present transportation challenges >>
* DARPA Robotics Challenge to develop disaster response robot >>
* New study helps reveal how friction works at the nanoscale >>
* Gene switch important in cancer discovered >>
* Portable device enables quick RNA detection >>
* Engineers build ultrasensitive photon hunter >>
* Researchers develop new design for concentrator solar cell >>
* Crocodile Jaws More Sensitive Than Human Fingertips >>
* The Next 4 Years: Battlegrounds in Science, Medicine and Environment >>
* Millimeter-wave oscillation possible in ferromagnetic nanocontact device >>
* Researchers Show How to Steal Secrets from the Cloud >>
* Do Recreational Drugs Help Programmers? >>
* Gelatin made with human DNA will make snacks safer >>
* Musical Heart App Harnesses Power of Music to Control Your Heart Beat >>
* Biomimetic Microfluidic Device Reproduces Lung Function to Study Disease >>
* Smart Drone Can Autonomously Avoid Obstacles [VIDEO] >>
* Writing a single-atom qubit in silicon >>
* Zombie Rights - Singularity Summit Australia 2012 >>
* Election Results in a Beautiful Animation >>
* JAM with Chrome: Play music live with your friends online >>
* Microsoft demos real-time English to Chinese translation >>
* Showtime: Share Conference 2012 Belgrade >>
* NASA Dismantles the Last Traces of the Space Shuttle Program >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 November 2012 >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 November 2012
* Has Star Creation and the Potential for Life in Universe Peaked? Astronomers Debate >>
* This iPhone App Can Read Your Heart >>
* This Robotic Dragonfly Will Soon Flit Into Your Nightmares For $99 >>
* Medical devices powered by the ear itself >>
* How Earth's Outer Layers Wander Back and Forth >>
* Lung-on-a-Chip Passes a Crucial Test >>
* Four teenagers build a urine-powered generator >>
* Flipping on the Lights to Halt Seizures >>
* New At The Dentist: 3D Printing “Dental Crowns While You Wait” >>
* US Warships Could Soon Run on Detonated Waves >>
* Researchers Turn Animal Ears Into Bio-Batteries >>
* Crypto keys can be stolen from neighbours in the cloud >>
* Camera-to-sound app lets blind people 'see' >>
* Stem cells and nanofibers could enable nerve regrowth and replacement >>
* The Future And You -- November 7, 2012 >>
* New planet discovered in habitable zone >>
* NASA May Unveil New Manned Moon Missions Soon >>
* Humans used tools 71,000 years ago >>
* Election Day in America >>
* Scientists raise the alarm on human enhancement technologies >>
* Human enhancement and the future of work >>
* Bouncing Camera Gets into Dangerous Places So People Don’t Have To >>
* The Verge | Google Now and the future of predictive search >>
* Want to Name an Exoplanet? Uwingu Has a Plan >>
* Eye-tracking glasses let you turn digital pages hands-free >>
* General Intelligence in Embodied Agents: Special Session in IEEE Symposium on Human-Level AI >>
* Dittoscope looks at making telescopes with flat diffraction gratings >>
* Scientists Make Light Travel Infinitely Fast >>
* Incredibly Slow Refresh Rates Make This LCD Easy On the Eyes >>
* How Brainless Slime Molds Redefine Intelligence [Video] >>
* A Computer You Can Talk To Monitors Your Home And Helps With Chores >>
* Turning Plain Paper Into An Erasable, Shareable Digital Display >>
* Dealing with power outages more efficiently >>
* Power supply for sensors created with a printer >>
* How Far Away is Jupiter? >>
* As electronics shrink, current gets squirrely >>
* NBC Lets Viewers Buy Items They See on TV Via Their Mobile Device >>
* Wireless Sensor Implant Powered by Body’s Own Internal Battery >>
* Organ-on-a-Chip Mimics Deadly Lung Condition >>
* The Online Funeral >>
* Physics Nobel Prize 2012 >>
* MR-808 recreates Roland drum machine with robot instruments (video) >>
* 'Old car tyres can help stop hurricanes' >>
* Your friend circle must be a band of 6 >>
* Online Video Piracy Is Fading Away, Thanks To Netflix >>
* Your Brain Knows Mr. Right From Mr. Wrong Instantly >>
* MIT Breakthrough Could Lead To New Military Body Armor Only 'Nanometers' Thick >>
* Why Quick Thinking Leads To Bad Decisions >>
* Bald? Looking old before your time? Don't panic, but you might DIE >>
* Five things we learned at Ray Kurzweil’s immortality lecture >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 November 2012
* Algorithms Allow MAVs to Avoid Obstacles with Single Camera and Neuromorphic Hardware >>
* Samsung patent ties emotional states to virtual faces through voice, shows when we're cracking up >>
* Re-Envisioning the Telescope >>
* The West's First Gene Therapy Goes On Sale Mid-2013 >>
* Your Kinect Will Count The Number Of People In The Room So It Can Charge You A Per-Person Rate >>
* Let's Replace Annoying Billboards With Sky Forests of Bamboo >>
* Optical camouflage tech removes backseat of a car, transparent interior the goal >>
* Fast, low-cost early cancer detection from a drop of blood >>
* Humans Think Like Quantum Particles: Scientific American >>
* Virtual traffic lights help solve commuting hell >>
* Blind mole rats may hold key to cancer >>
* Shimon Schocken: the self-organizing computer course >>
* Video: Researchers Simulate The Sun's Magnetic Twisters In 3-D >>
* Doubt cast on Fermi's dark matter smoking gun >>
* [READY] Nikon Photomicrography Competition: It’s a Small World After All >>
* As the Future Catches You: How Genomics & Other Forces Are Changing Your Life, Work, Health & Wealth >>
* Rebuilding a whole heart for children born with only half of one >>
* Can Smartphones Replace Onboard Electronics In Cars? >>
* Hojun Song: Why I'm building my own satellite >>
* An agile humanoid robot >>
* A Holographic Microscope for Just $250 >>
* Combined visible, near infrared and infrared sensors with networked heads up displays >>
* Breakthrough Offers a Better Way to Make Drugs >>
* Comic for November 6, 2012 >>
* The neurons that shaped civilization >>
* New computational method for timing the tree of life >>
* Neuromorphic Algorithms Allow MAVs To Avoid Obstacles With Single Camera >>
* "Earth-like Planets More Widespread in Universe than Previously Believed" >>
* Report: Microsoft's 7-inch Tablet Is Xbox Surface >>
* Can you design the ultimate augmented-reality system for warfighters? >>
* Podcast: Orbit >>
* Monster Asteroid 'Pinged' As It Buzzes Earth >>
* Luke Skywalker's robotic hand is finally a reality >>
* University Researchers Aiming For 2,000-Times-Faster Broadband >>
* Pristine Moon Crater Could Help Unlock Impacts' Secrets >>
* Nanoscale Device Makes Light Travel Infinitely Fast >>
* Herpes Virus Weak Point Could Lead to Treatment >>
* New Google Mars Has More Coverage, More Detail and More Awesome >>
* New type of gel allows scientists to control its properties at will >>
* Home theater gets a boost from “Virtual Sound Ball” >>
* New photon control cuts the ‘backscatter’ >>
* ‘Bottleneck’ may limit herpes outbreak >>
* How do floating water bridges defy gravity? >>
* Breast cancer drug could halt other tumors >>
* Neil deGrasse Tyson Pinpoints Superman's Home Star System >>
* First International Maker Meetup, on 3D Printing, Nov 15 >>
* Robot Photographers Tour the Solar System >>
* Hypergravity used to create lighter aircraft engines >>
* Neuromorphic Algorithms Allow MAVs To Avoid Obstacles With Single Camera >>
* Plasmonic Nanolasers Shrink Down to Size of a Virus >>
* Idea Rot: Why Ideas Have a Two Week Shelf Life >>
* Google patents an electronically-controlled Project Glass nose bridge for Sergey's comfort >>
* GM Brings IT Dev Back In House; Self-Driving Caddy In the Works >>
* Genetically altered tomatoes can do more to prevent heart disease >>
* South Pole Telescope and CMB Constraints >>
* More complex circuits for synthetic biology lead toward engineered cells >>
* Future of War >>
* Brain Networks in Anesthesia, Sleep, and Waking >>
* This is it -- the big 250th edition of FastForward Radio - Nov 08,2012 >>
* Gold Nanoshells to be tried for Lung Cancer Therapy >>
* Will we ever… decipher everything about a life form based just on its DNA? >>
* The End of ‘Marriage’ >>
* Avoiding Emotional Traps is Easier than You Think >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 November 2012
* Killer Asteroids Are Good For Life >>
* Self-Assembling Robots Using Flying Drones >>
* Laser the size of a virus particle operates at room temperature, defies the diffraction limit of light >>
* This Week In Bots: More Human Now Than Machine >>
* Europe approves new drug that can fix faulty genes >>
* Scientists ‘untangle’ quantum communications >>
* Alzheimer's found decades earlier >>
* Xbox exec talks 'Halo,' its future and that of Xbox >>
* The scientist who came up with a wave theory for coincidences >>
* Infinite 3D-printed bacon is the answer to everything, almost >>
* Scientist Wants To Fly A Blimp Over Mountains To Search For Bigfoot >>
* Crowdsourced Labor, Digital Marketplaces, and the Future of Self-Actualized eWork >>
* Japan Display develops paper-like low-power color LCD which can display video >>
* Help discover dark matter in the universe, win money >>
* Wearable Breast Cancer Test Detects Tumors Before Doctors >>
* Image of the Day: Enigma of Hypergiant Stars Solved >>
* Why Living Cells Are The Future Of Data Processing >>
* How I Hacked An Electronic Voting Machine >>
* A Paper-Like Display Showing Color Video >>
* Sperm stem cells restore male fertility >>
* Hurricane Sandy Was Probably The Most Instagrammed Thing Ever >>
* Methane Is Scarce, But That Doesn't Mean There's No Life On Mars >>
* Wave Goodbye to the Remote Control >>
* The Technology of Massive Open Online Courses >>
* First therapy in the western world to correct errors in a person’s genetic code approved >>
* Real-time heart beat simulator visualizes pulsation and disease on a Laptop PC >>
* Physicists Build Laser Tweezers Controlled With Kinect >>
* Kinect Fusion, Microsoft’s 3-D Modeling Technology, Is Coming To The Kinect For Windows SDK >>
* What's the Shelf Life of a Programmer? >>
* Bowel disease may be defense ‘gone awry’ >>
* Crystals for efficient refrigeration >>
* Scientists discover how to make time pass faster (or slower) >>
* Sensors for the real world >>
* Arteries may change at brink of menopause >>
* New device could allow your heartbeat to power pacemaker >>
* Vortex beams produce electron microscopy with a twist >>
* The technology drivers dream of? Automatic parking and vehicles they can talk to, finds new study >>
* Man Climbs 103 Stories with a Mind-Controlled Prosthetic Leg >>
* Do men and women experience orgasms differently? >>
* Virtual Star Party – Nov. 4, 2012: The Blue Snowball Edition >>
* Cassini Discovers Titan’s Glowing Atmosphere >>
* Hurricanes, Transporters and Grand Openings: Busy Week for Retired Space Shuttles >>
* Spectacular 360-Degree 3-D Panorama from Apollo 16 >>
* Messier Monday: The Lagoon Nebula, M8 >>
* Saturn's Moon Dione in Slight Color >>
* Towers Of Vegetables Go Up As Singapore Builds First Vertical Farm >>
* AeriSeal Foam for Emphysema Now on Trial in U.S. (VIDEO) >>
* The Chinese Professor >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 November 2012
* China proposes space collaboration with India >>
* SpaceX’s 10-Story Re-useable Grasshopper Rocket Takes a Bigger Hop >>
* Microsoft posts Build 2012 session videos for eager Windows 8, Windows Phone 8 coders >>
* The Network Effect Isn’t Good Enough >>
* "Biological Intelligence is a Fleeting Phase in the Evolution of the Universe >>
* Peter Norvig: The 100,000-student classroom >>
* Germans follow Italians, Americans and Canadian and others to Pursue Kite Generated Wind Power >>
* How To Build a Supercomputer In 24 Hours >>
* How to watch cancer spread in real time >>
* Following Sandy, DHS seeks security ‘Cyber Reserve’ >>
* The Kline Directive: Technological Feasibility (1) >>
* The Doomsday Explosive! >>
* Neil deGrasse Tyson's StarTalk Radio is now a video web series >>
* The most important education technology in 200 years >>
* Plasma Jet Electric Thrusters for Spacecraft Kickstarter >>
* 5 millimeter thick, 2.5 inch hybrid terabyte hybrid hard drive can boost memory for tablets >>
* Recommended: The Particle at the End of the Universe >>
* Non-Stick Surface On Med Devices Could Keep Bacteria At Bay >>
* One in 25 solar systems have Asteroid Belts at Just the Right Place to be Friendly to Life >>
* 5 Perspectives On The Future Of The Human Interface >>
* 'Transparent' car which projects outside world on interior is developed to help drivers with parking >>
* How science can build a better you >>
* Light’s Out: Seven More Eerie Abandoned Lighthouses >>
* Increasing a Woman's Relative Humidity >>
* Asteroid Belts Could Be Key to Finding Alien Life >>
* Stem cells could heal equine tendon injuries >>
* Brain Scan Shows That Thinking About Math Is As Painful As A Hot Stove Burn, If You're Anxious >>
* NOAA's New Storm-Chasing Robot Survives Sandy And Reports Back >>
* Entangle Schrödinger's cat to up its quantum weirdness >>
* First stars' light seen through extragalactic fog >>
* The Brain Supremacy: Notes from the Frontiers of Neuroscience >>
* Will software revamp guard grid against cyberattack? >>
* The Race to a Billion Billion Operations Per Second: An Exaflop by 2018? >>
* First Offshore Turbine For U.S. Begins Feeding Power To Maine’s Grid >>
* Can Software Eat the Deficit? >>
* Microsoft’s App Deficit Disorder >>
* Can a Pill Treat Autism? >>
* Farmerbots: a new industrial revolution >>
* Rigel and the Witch Head Nebula >>
* Is there an upside to anxiety? >>
* Crowdsourcing a cure for my brain cancer >>
* Andrew McAfee: are droids taking our jobs? >>
* Want to keep your genome safe? There's an app for that >>
* ’1000 genomes barrier’ broken >>
* The first all-carbon solar cell >>
* Colloidal microparticles that self-assemble into novel 3D structures >>
* Advanced exoskeleton promises more independence for people with paraplegia >>
* Medical Duct Tape That Goes Easy on the Skin >>
* G-Class Outliers: Musings on Intelligent Life >>
* Fermi Measures Light from All the Stars That Have Ever Existed >>
* Could Plasma Jet Thrusters Kickstart Interplanetary Travel? >>
* Man to test 'bionic' leg by climbing one of world's tallest buildings >>
* Behold, ALL the birds >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 November 2012
* Teenage Mogul Launches 'Summly' To Revolutionize Mobile Reading >>
* AMP-Foot 2.0 prosthesis gives the power of real feet, keeps a light step (video) >>
* Why Mars Life Hunt Targets Methane >>
* Does complexity bias biotechnology towards doing damage? >>
* Human Speakable Programming Language >>
* The Trouble with Restoring New York's Power: Salt >>
* Volcano Power Plan Gets US Go-Ahead >>
* Researchers use stunt kites to generate energy >>
* Drone Economics: Tiny tactical drones get dirt-cheap, GPS-guided bombs >>
* Noam Chomsky on Where Artificial Intelligence Went Wrong >>
* MIT prof and student discover algorithm for predicting trending Twitter topics >>
* Storyboard Podcast: Hunting for Extraterrestrial Intelligence With Geoff Marcy >>
* In-sync brain waves hold memory of objects just seen >>
* Intel working on 48 core processor for smartphones and tablets by about 2018 to 2023 >>
* An elephant that speaks Korean (w/ Video) >>
* This Picture Is Worth 1,000 Pictures >>
* Living concrete fixes its own cracks with built-in bacteria >>
* NASA rover adds new twist to Mars methane mystery >>
* How to create an ‘endless supply’ of cells >>
* Chris Anderson leaving Wired to become CEO of 3D Robotics >>
* Stem cell op may 'restore sperm' >>
* Inflatable Plug Could Have Stopped NYC Subway Flooding >>
* Our asteroid belt is unique -- and that’s why life may be rare in the Galaxy >>
* Space Shuttle Atlantis Rolls Out To New Home | Video >>
* Hendra virus vaccine available - but only for horses >>
* World’s largest offshore wind farm generates first power >>
* NASA’S Fermi measures cosmic ‘fog’ produced by ancient starlight >>
* Rollable, foldable e-devices coming >>
* Mind transfer: human brains in different materials >>
* This Giant Stellar Bubble Looks Like A Dog's Head >>
* Yahoo Japan to Sell Genetic Test >>
* Robots for Precision Agriculture >>
* Japan Display showcases the latest in mobile display technology >>
* Algorithm Predicts Circles of Friends Using Contacts Data >>
* Asteroid belts of just the right size are friendly to life >>
* Researchers find three unique cell-to-cell bonds >>
* Which Weather Satellite Is Watching You? [Infographic] >>
* Humans Can't Be Empathetic And Logical At The Same Time >>
* Targeting drugs with hydrogels >>
* China is building a 100-petaflops supercomputer >>
* Crowdsourcing a cure for my brain cancer >>
* This Prosthetic Foot and Ankle Move With Incredibly Lifelike Motions >>
* Caffeine's effect on the brain's adenosine receptors visualized for the first time >>
* Gene required for nerve regeneration identified >>
* How Much Exercise Is Needed To Burn Off a Can Of Coke? . >>
* In Robotic Reality Experiment, Rat-Sized Humans Meet Human-Sized Rats >>
* Human edges out robot car on race track >>
* The Local News: Now Brought To You By Drones? >>
* Particle and wave-like behavior of light measured simultaneously >>
* Laser-light testing of breast tumor fiber patterns helps show whose cancer is spreading >>
* Brain may 'see' more than the eyes, study indicates >>
* Asteroid Belts May Determine Presence of Complex Life >>
* Pinch interface connects the displays of multiple devices simultaneously >>
* Rats and humans meet via virtual reality and robotics >>
* VIDEO: 6 Smart Home Products Which Will Cut Your Energy Bill >>
* An autonomous flying robot that avoids obstacles >>
* Wary of Future, Professionals Leave China in Record Numbers >>
* Power-Generating Rocking Chair Charges Your iPad >>
* Wi-Fi Radio Takes a Digital Turn >>
* Maths really CAN make your head hurt, researchers say >>
* Can Our Bodies Predict the Future? >>
* BSP 90 How the Brain becomes Conscious >>
* The Real Question: Who Didn't Have Sex with Neanderthals? >>
* A 3-D Printed House That Grows Like Human Bone >>
* Where are all the space shuttles now? >>
* NASA maps how soil nutrients affect plant productivity >>
* Without ‘Notch’ signal, cells swap jobs >>
* Over 5 times as many Android smartphones shipped compared to Apple phones >>
* Someone Already Built an iPad Mini Into a Car... >>
* Novel Mobile Display Tech Could End up on Your Car Dashboard >>
* 'New beginning' in split-brain research, using new analytical tools >>
* Privately owned genetic databases may hinder diagnosis >>
* The Black Hole in the Milky Way >>
* IBM’s Watson goes to medical school >>
* Rare Supernova Pair are Most Distant Ever >>
* Video: Build a Coffee-Can Radar >>
* Well look at that, an artificial rainbow on the moon >>
* Future Mars Missions: Can Humans Trump Robots? >>
* World’s first video-capable color e-paper demonstrated >>
* MAKE’S Ultimate Guide to 3D Printing: A Preview on Google+ Nov. 5 >>
* A Million Girls: Coming to a Computer Science Class Near You >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 November 2012
* Korean Robot Will Toss Your Salad >>
* Empathy Represses Analytic Thought, and Vice Versa >>
* 48-Core Chips Could Redefine Mobile Devices >>
* NASA's Huge New SLS Rocket Could Power Missions Far Beyond Mars >>
* Viewpoint: Entangled Microwaves Split Up >>
* IBM's Watson supercomputer goes to medical school >>
* Why Can't We Stop a Hurricane Before It Hits Us? >>
* Why Salt Water in the Subway Is So Extremely Dangerous by... >>
* A Laser To The Brain Eliminates Bad Habits In Rats >>
* Amputees Get Virtual Help to Feel Prosthetic Limb >>
* Polystyrene atoms could surpass the real deal >>
* New soccer robot has human-like agility >>
* The Unseen Universe --"Billions of Undetected Galaxies" (Today's Most Popular) >>
* Scientists build the first all-carbon solar cell >>
* Curiosity’s First X-Ray Analysis Reveals the Origins of Martian Soil By Jamie... >>
* How Many Pets Would You Need To Power Your Home In an Emergency... >>
* Coiled Beams Of Light Send 100 Terabits Per Second Through The Air >>
* Galaxies could give glimpse of the instant time began >>
* Brain circuits run their own clocks >>
* Disney Will Release A New Star Wars Movie In 2015 >>
* Autonomous robot swarm takes over farm work >>
* Parallella: a supercomputer for everyone >>
* Roku's New One-Stop Search Finds Your Video, Regardless Of App >>
* Cheap New Nanoparticle HIV Test Gives Fast Results Visible To The Naked Eye >>
* Fairly Simple Math Could Bridge Quantum Mechanics and General Relativity >>
* Smart as a bird: Flying rescue robot will autonomously avoid obstacles >>
* How does the brain measure time? >>
* Efficiency Breakthrough Promises Smartphones that Use Half the Power >>
* University of Tokyo turns real paper and ink into a display, could share doodles from a distance (video) >>
* Google’s most advanced voice search has arrived on iOS >>
* What's the Fate of the Universe? It's in the Dark Matter >>
* Smartpen automatically sends your notes and audio to the cloud >>
* How to identify and predict human activities from video >>
* Titan supercomputer capable of 20 petaflops peak performance >>
* Paper Computing technology the first step to paper-based Google Docs >>
* Preserving the self for later emulation: what brain features do we need? >>
* Computer Vision System Helps Diagnose Autism in Infants >>
* Record 100,000 entangled photons detected >>
* Previously Unknown Population Explosion of Human Species 40,000 Years Ago --Discovered >>
* Virtual Valet lets your smartphone park your car >>
* Tri-alpha Energy Nuclear Fusion 100MW Project emerging from Stealth Mode >>
* Exclusive: Ray Kurzweil Interview – The Future of Man And Machine >>
* Can We Control the Weather? >>
* Brave New Nano: Flexible phones & graphene gadgets in RT’s >>
* A Tour of the Cell >>
* Toward a More Abundant Energy Future: New Nuclear Technology >>
* Ouchless: New Bandages Peel Off Without Tugging on Sensitive Skin >>
* Researchers Report Progress in Development of Proton Radiography >>
* C8 Non-Invasive Optical Glucose Monitor System Cleared for Sale in Europe (VIDEO) >>
* Abiliti: A Social Networking Implant for Weight Loss (VIDEO) >>
* New micropumps for hand-held medical labs produce pressures 500 times higher than car tire >>
* Top Gamification App On Salesforce.com AppExchange Gets $1M From ePrize and Detroit Venture Partners >>
* Profiles in Science Peter G. Neumann: Rethinking the Computer at 80 >>
* Quantum entanglement shows that reality can't be local >>
* The Challenges of 'Keeping House in Outer Space': Carbon Dioxide, Temperature, and Companionship >>
* George Lucas: I Sold Lucasfilm To Disney To ‘Protect It’ >>
* Free-to-Play Is Here To Stay >>
* Watch This Amazing, 360-Degree On-Board Video of Red Bull's F1 Racer >>
* Samsung IP Reveals Smartphone with Tri-Fold Flexible Display >>
* How Robots Are Making Solar Power Cheaper >>
* I, For One, Welcome Our Salad-Making Robot Overlords >>
* Intel Paves A Path Into The Post PC Era >>
* From Eternity to Here: The Amazing Origin of our Species (in 90 Seconds) >>
* Curiosity Rover Takes an Incredible Self-Portrait >>
* Superbright star explosion is most distant known >>
* Moto-rolling out the data-centric police car of the future >>
* Psychologists find that anger leads to optimism >>
* Air New Zealand’s insane, hobbit-filled flight safety... >>
* 5 Possible Storylines for the Next Star Wars Movie >>
* More evidence that marijuana could slow brain aging >>
* Sandy took its toll on the Space Shuttle Enterprise, too By... >>
* Family tree links all 10,000 types of birds >>
* Oldest, Farthest Star Explosions Discovered in Distant Universe >>
* Documentary: How To Mend A Broken Heart >>
* X-rays show how semiconductor gets magnetic >>
* Microscopic 'Bullets' Put New Armor to the Test >>
* Men who do exercise produce better quality semen >>
* Nano-spheres carry drug to bladder tumors >>
* Why Do I Have Cellphone Service, But No Power? >>
* A Review of "The Singularity" >>
* With eye-like focus, animals sniff out smells >>
* Drug eases hot flashes without hormones >>
* Bone-Chilling Science: The Scariest Experiments Ever >>
* Monkey brains fire ‘grid cells’ to map world >>
* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Degas on Mercury >>
* Human-Like Shark Vision May Be Key to Preventing Attacks >>
* Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: November 2012 >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 October 2012
* Jumping Robots to Extend Battery Life >>
* Seat technology aims to cut fatigue, improve long trips for drivers (w/ Video) >>
* A Rewired Internet Would Speed Up Content Delivery >>
* NASA to Announce Early Universe Findings Thursday >>
* Risk factors predict childhood obesity, researchers find >>
* Microsoft Renews Relevance With Machine Learning Technology >>
* How Much Did It Cost YouTube To Stream Gangnam Style? >>
* Can You Stop a Hurricane by Nuking It? >>
* Apple Sells Philips’ Color-Shifting Wireless Lights >>
* E=mc² is Incomplete >>
* New synthetic molecule could destroy allergy attacks in seconds >>
* Samsung's third quarter smartphone shipments double Apple's >>
* Oak Ridge National Lab Debuts the 20 petaflop Titan supercomputer >>
* Boeing missile zaps electronic devices in first test flight >>
* Stimulating brain cells with light to combat Parkinson’s disease >>
* Seniors to robots: don’t get too familiar >>
* Hidden world: molecules inside cells that grab DNA like rock climbers >>
* Wetware: A Computer in Every Living Cell >>
* Carbon nanotubes to replace silicon: IBM >>
* Bringing Big Data to Smart Meters >>
* How Solar-Based Microgrids Could Bring Power to Millions >>
* Camera Technique Captures New View Of Space And Time >>
* Google Offers Hurricane Data Map >>
* The Dictionary of Hurricane Sandy: Storm Surge >>
* Rhythms of the Brain >>
* Quick release bandage tape: No more tears from tears >>
* Incredible Video of Sandy’s Swirling Progression >>
* Sensor Mania! The Explosive Growth of the Wireless Internet of Things >>
* The Birth of Hurricane Sandy >>
* Google's Nexus 10: 2,560 x 1,600, 300 ppi display and Android 4.2, shipping November 13th $399 >>
* PSA: No TV? Watch the Weather Channel Live on YouTube >>
* Showdown Set On Bid To Give UN Control of Internet >>
* Is the Cost of Innovation Falling? >>
* Designing DNA Specific Bio-Weapons >>
* Sensors To Detect Driver's Fatigue >>
* Jump-Starting A Mission To Interstellar Space >>
* Knowledge Is Cool. Getting Paid for What You Know Is Cooler. >>
* #WIRELESS: "Vast Majority of Smartphones to Sport 5GHz WiFi by 2015" >>
* #ROBOTICS: "NASA Robot Challenge Offers $1.5 Million" >>
* Microsoft and Apple at Their Crossroads >>
* Climate models get smarter, but uncertainty just won't go away >>
* When Hope is Unethical >>
* How the brain controls our habits >>
* What is Cybernetics? >>
* Edgar Morin - Complex thinking for a complex world >>
* Mapping the Mind to Merge with Machines: Experimental Research Approaches to Brain Computer Interfaces (BCIs) >>
* The Psychology Of Tetris >>
* The Physics of Coffee Rings Finally Explained >>
* Guardian Drone Meets Air Traffic Control >>
* Virtual Star Party – Oct. 28, 2012: Hurricane Sandy Edition >>
* FOLEDs Enable Anti-Gravity Circus >>
* German Robot Learns How to Play Ping-Pong [VIDEO] >>
* Apple Sells Philips’ Color-Shifting Wireless Lights >>
* New study sheds light on how and when vision evolved >>
* To Stop A Hurricane, Shoot It Full Of Dry Ice? >>
* How Hurricane Sandy Could Influence The Outcome Of The Presidential Election >>
* Scientists Looking For Volunteers To Snag Samples Of Hurricane Sandy >>
* Alcoholism and Social Exclusion >>
* Mysteries and Clues from a Microsoft Surface Teardown >>
* River floods predicted using new technology >>
* Google Earth Finds More Strange Patterns in the Chinese Desert >>
* Eye movements and the search for biomarkers for schizophrenia >>
* Student Engineers Use 3-D Printing To Boost A Custom-Built Electric Racecar >>
* Creating Innovators >>
* Ultracompact on-chip silicon optical logic gates >>
* Thinking up a world ruled by neuroscience >>
* Genetic basis of cardiac, craniofacial birth defects identified >>
* Video: Hurricane Sandy Seen by Space Station Astronauts >>
* Famous Star Has Planet After All | Video >>
* Paintball Players vs. The Asteroid Apocalypse? | Video >>
* New surveillance camera will predict what you’re going to do next >>
* Shattering The Myths That Make Us Fear Brain Interfaces >>
* Most U.S. Drones Openly Broadcast Secret Video Feeds >>
* Cretaceuous Extinction: Blame The Ecosystem (And Chicxulub) >>
* Even Scientists Unwittingly See Purpose in Nature >>
* Engineers study how to improve high-speed rail ties against freezing >>
* Scientists Move Closer to a Long-Lasting Flu Vaccine >>
* Prototype ultra sensitive disease sensor developed >>
* A molecular glance on solar water splitting: The hunt for electron holes >>
* DNA repair images offer clues to breast cancer >>
* Scientists decode 'software' instructions of aggressive leukemia cells >>
* Recyclable electronics: Just add hot water >>
* Are Flat-Earthers Being Serious? >>
* World's first super-wide-angle 3D laser radar with a horizontal and vertical range of 140 degrees >>
* Get Ready to Vote with Google >>
* Brain Scans Show the Impact of Neglect On a Child's Brain Size >>
* YouTube Is Testing Out A New Design For Pages With More Navigation Options >>
* Will Amazon's Servers Be Ready For Sandy? >>
* Power Industry Faces Down Hurricane Sandy >>
* Hurricane Sandy: Water, Water Everywhere >>
* Makers Can Uses Circuits.io To Prototype Electronics In Their Browser >>
* Angry Birds Star Wars Gameplay Revealed In New Teaser >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 October 2012
* Researchers create video game that monitors heart rate to keep children's anger in check >>
* Super Fast Computer Simulates the Heart >>
* Cory Doctorow and Charles Stross discuss “The Rapture of the Nerds” at Google >>
* Canadian Researchers Create Wireless Charger For Electric Cars >>
* Chris Anderson on the Maker Movement: 'We're Going to Get Sued' >>
* Africa’s 2040 Employment Problem >>
* IBM Labs develops 'initial step' towards commercial fabrication of carbon nanotubes >>
* IBM Breaks Another Barrier in Its Race to Beat Moore’s Law >>
* NASA Building Deep-Space Habitat From Spare ISS Parts >>
* New NASA Spaceship Comes Together for 2014 Test Launch >>
* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Colorful Bubble >>
* Researchers look beyond space and time to cope with quantum theory >>
* Bouncy-ball cameras scout out dangerous situations >>
* Soon Security Cameras Will Be Predicting Your Next Move >>
* Digital Taste project >>
* Micro-Drones Combined With DNA Hacking Could Create A Very Scary Future >>
* Magnetic Brain Stimulation Cures Depression Without Affecting Sleep >>
* Paste augmented-reality video graffiti on the streets >>
* From the 'X Files': "ET Technology Could Exist That's Beyond Matter" >>
* state of the art >>
* How to deflect an incoming asteroid >>
* Gut Bacteria Cocktail May End Need for Fecal Transplants >>
* Google Is Testing Same-Day Delivery for Shoppers >>
* How To Hug a Chicken Via the Internet >>
* Science Fiction Prototyping: Designing the Future with Science Fiction >>
* A Cosmic Bubble Mystery >>
* videos from Singularity Summit 2012 >>
* Ping-pong-playing robot learns to play like a person >>
* Measuring table-top accelerators' beams >>
* Focus: Robot Shows How to Jump High >>
* Crowdsourcing A Treatment For The Cancer That Killed Steve Jobs >>
* How many plants would you need to generate oxygen for yourself in an airlock? >>
* What if your heart stopped and a flying robot landed to shock you back to life before ambulances arrive? >>
* NASA testing helicopter-style space capsule re-entry vehicle >>
* Watch a Robotic Navy Boat Shoot Missiles for the First Time Ever >>
* Could we deflect an incoming asteroid by bombarding it with paintballs? >>
* Weekly Space Hangout - Oct 25 2012 >>
* Laser spotlight reveals machine 'climbing' DNA >>
* Fully automated soccer game analysis >>
* Stimulating brain cells with light >>
* BeerSci: How To Brew A Beer In A Week >>
* Cosmic-ray test sparks new interest in Matrix reality >>
* Autonomous robot swarm takes over farm work >>
* DARPA throws down gauntlet to human-style robots >>
* The island where people forget to die >>
* Stay-fresh film for fruits and vegetables >>
* Why We Can't Solve Big Problems >>
* The Age of Transitions >>
* We now have drones equipped with EMP beams — and that could be lethal >>
* Bitter taste of infection is good for health >>
* Soon, a device to help patients regain lost voice >>
* 3 new crew arrive at space station with fish >>
* Scientists nail protein behind bad cholesterol >>
* A brief reheating of the refrigerator mother >>
* The complicated life of a disk galaxy >>
* Cheap and Simple Microfluidic Lab-on-a-Chip Detects Analytes (VIDEO) >>
* Invisible's 'The New Obsolete' showcases self-constructed instruments, touts a typewriter-driven piano (video) >>
* Drop Ping-Pong Balls on People With This iPhone-Controlled Copter >>
* Digital Staffing: The Future of Recruitment-by-Algorithm >>
* Adrian Cheok: Making a Huggable Internet >>
* The Five Cs of Opportunity Identification >>
* 19th-Century Music and Laughter From the Oldest Playable American Recording >>
* Get your Google back >>
* Could Gangnam Style Be the First Video to 1 Billion Views? Yes, End of the Year >>
* How Long Will Programmers Be So Well-Paid? >>
* Butlers, lunar rovers, snakes and airboats: the best of Carnegie Mellon's Robotics >>
* The EFF Needs Help Keeping 3D Printing Free >>
* Industrial Control Software Easily Hackable >>
* The Internet Archive Has Saved Over 10,000,000,000,000,000 Bytes of the Web >>
* German robot arm learns ping-pong as it plays humans, might rival its masters >>
* Steve Jobs’ Yacht Revealed, Christened ‘Venus’ [VIDEO] >>
* Researchers Develop Surveillance System That Can Watch & Predict >>
* You’ll Never Guess What This Is: Mysterious Microscope Photos >>
* SpaceX Dragon Leaves Space Station | Time-lapse Video >>
* Weekend Image: Our First View of Jupiter in the Infrared >>
* Hurricane Sandy Barreling to Eastern Seaboard Menacing Millions >>
* NASA Satellite Sees Ghostly Remains of Vanishing Arctic Sea Ice >>
* Rise of the Machines >>
* Technologies of the Gods >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 October 2012
* VIDEO: Microsoft launches Windows 8 and tablet >>
* NASA Is Building A Mocked-Up Deep-Space Habitat In Texas >>
* Three-parent embryo could prevent inherited disease >>
* Robots get around by mimicking primates >>
* EmTech: Program a Revolutionary Robot to Do Your Bidding >>
* New technology could help take the strain out of daily commute >>
* The Consequences of Machine Intelligence >>
* Supreme Court Weighing 'First Sale' Copyright Doctrine >>
* Scientists aim to analyze whole mouse brain under electron microscope >>
* Identifying the brain’s own facial recognition system >>
* Magnets steer medical 50 micron microbots through blood vessels >>
* $2 million DARPA rescue robot competition >>
* With ‘Safe Haven,’ Desktop Weaponeers Resume Work on 3D-Printed Guns >>
* Are Wearable Gadgets The Next Revolution? >>
* World's first commercial vertical farm opens in Singapore >>
* Can We Make It Rain With Lasers? >>
* EmTech: The Future of Cancer Treatment >>
* Sequencing the Connectome >>
* A biology-friendly robot programming language >>
* Grid-scale battery could keep going and going... >>
* Molecules 'too dangerous for nature' kill cancer cells >>
* Mystery of the Background Glow of the Universe --A New Theory Emerges >>
* Scientists create first mouse model of typhoid fever >>
* EmTech: Alta Devices Plans a Fast-Charging Solar iPad Cover >>
* Could DNA Hacking Be Used to Wipe Out World Leaders? >>
* What Your Doctor Won't Tell You About Your DNA >>
* Scientists develop revolutionary nanotechnology copper solder >>
* Gene-Guided Antidepressants? >>
* Worldchanging, Open the Future >>
* 82 Years of Technology >>
* Researchers Replace Damaged DNA in Human Cell >>
* AI and Ethiopia: an unexpected synergy >>
* The future of time travel: cheat >>
* NYU Professors Develop Real-Life Star Trek Tractor Beam >>
* The Decades That Invented the Future, Part 2: 1911-1920 >>
* World’s smallest 4K display is 9.6-inches and 458ppi >>
* Magellan Telescope First Mega-Mirror Polished and Ready >>
* Your Aviation-Porn Video of the Day: Endeavour Over SoCal >>
* Backdoor in computer controls opens critical infrastructure to hackers >>
* Microsoft's Secret Weapon For Windows >>
* Fukushima Fish Still Radioactive >>
* Apple on Microsoft Surface Tablet: ‘Compromised, Confusing’ >>
* Synopsis: Solar Down Time >>
* Synopsis: Watching a Molecular Explosion >>
* USS Gerald Ford Is The Single Most Expensive Piece Of Military Hardware Ever Built >>
* Satellite data reveals power of solar wind >>
* Microwave Missile Test Targets Electronics, Not People >>
* Versatile optomechanical sensors aid atomic force microscopy >>
* US Air Force Plans Final Hypersonic X-51A Test Launch >>
* An Airline Fleet Fueled by Natural Gas >>
* NASA spacecraft sees huge burp at Saturn after large storm >>
* Robots in the home: Will older adults roll out the welcome mat? >>
* 'Black Widow' Pulsar Is Fastest Star Killer >>
* Humanity never had a "missing link" to apes >>
* U.S. Rushes to Stop Syria from Expanding Chemical Weapon Stockpile >>
* Here’s Your Chance to Scream in Space >>
* China Is Building A Brand New Green City From Scratch >>
* Looking deeper into semiconductors to create faster, smaller electronics >>
* 'Zombie' planet: Weird world may be back from the dead >>
* American schools go on utterly insane hiring spree since 1950. Kids shrug, continue to do poorly on tests >>
* Parkinson’s breakthrough could slow disease progression >>
* The Medusa Nebula >>
* Amazing Magic Powder Freezes Water Drops As They Bounce >>
* Protein regulation linked to intellectual disability >>
* Dinosaurs may have evolved feathers for courtship >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 October 2012
* Embryos created with two women, one man >>
* New Nanotechnology Makes Fabric Stab Proof >>
* Watch A Swarm Of Robots Team Up With Flying Drones To Solve Real-World Problems >>
* DARPA’s Pet-Proto Robot Navigates Obstacles >>
* Video from London 3DPrint Show 2012 >>
* VIDEO: 3D printing bras and guitars >>
* First Theoretical Model of Charging Cycle Performance Could Revolutionise Battery Research >>
* Placebo effect may be 'down to genes' >>
* Reebok and MC10 will Launch a Concussion-Sensing Skullcap for Sports >>
* Physicist Derives Laws of Thermodynamics For Life Itself >>
* How Cosmic Ray Muons Could Reveal Hidden Nuclear Waste >>
* Computer Scientists Exploit Social Networks To Create New Recommendation System >>
* Revolutionary 'DNA Tracking Chamber' Could Detect Dark Matter >>
* Chin Implant Augments Man's Testicles, Self-Esteem >>
* Boeing Tests A Missile That Knocks Out A Building's Power [Video] >>
* Double-Diamond Anvil Creates Pressures Greater Than Earth's Inner Core >>
* Can Nanotechnology Create Utopia? >>
* Zoom Through 84 Million Stars in Gigantic New 9-Gigapixel Image >>
* Video: Blue Origin Tests Its Rocket Crew Launchpad Escape System >>
* Scented sleep can wash your fears away >>
* Alien hunting: how to find DNA on Mars >>
* Paralysis breakthrough: spinal cord damage repaired >>
* Ambri Liquid Metal Battery Company >>
* Railgun test firing at 5600 mph and 100 mile range >>
* Ultra-High Temperature Ceramics could enable hypersonic planes >>
* Orphaned stars linger in dark matter haloes >>
* 2012 State of the Future >>
* A circuit diagram of the mouse brain >>
* Breakthrough technique images breast tumors in 3D with great clarity, reduced radiation >>
* Swarm robots cooperate with augmented-reality drone >>
* Panasonic develops a prototype dry head spa robot >>
* Grandmas made humans live longer: Chimp lifespan evolves into human longevity, computer simulation shows >>
* Next-generation vaccines may eliminate pain of injection >>
* A jab to give women orgasms >>
* Early man reborn from old bones >>
* Amazing tunnel illusion….. >>
* Why chimpanzees can donate blood in movies >>
* Why Aren't Insects Human-Size? >>
* DNA-Swap Technology Almost Ready for Fertility Clinic >>
* Men, not women, are better multitaskers >>
* Algae biofuel not sustainable now-U.S. research council >>
* Physicists demonstrate an actual tractor beam in the lab >>
* A Billion People in the Dark >>
* Higgs Boson May Be An Imposter, Say Particle Physicists >>
* Topology: The Secret Ingredient In The Latest Theory of Everything >>
* Computer Scientists Reproduce the Evolution of Evolvability >>
* First Mind-Controlled Robotic Leg Put Through Its Paces >>
* Chris Anderson answers questions like “What’s the fairest criticism of TED”? >>
* Mercury-Free Water Disinfection >>
* Body’s ‘pre-feelings’ may detect the future >>
* Why Don't We Drink Milk from Animals Other Than Cows? >>
* Researchers gain new insights into membrane-assisted self-assembly >>
* Brain waves reveal video game aptitude >>
* PlayStation 3 hack is decryption jolt for Sony >>
* Ancient human history may advance genetics >>
* Electric Bugs: New Microbe Forms Living, Deep-Sea Power Cables >>
* How Yammer Gets Employees To Speak Up With Good Ideas >>
* Tiny, simple, automatic Memoto camera captures you in still life >>
* Double Whammy! 2 Comets In Same Space Camera View | Video >>
* Japan Wants Space Plane or Capsule by 2022 >>
* Physicists Discover New Way to Spot Malaria Using Light and Magnets >>
* The Science of Genius (preview) >>
* BioAlert: Dynamic 'Matter' Created from DNA >>
* NGC 206 and the Star Clouds of Andromeda >>
* Hacking a Single Radio System to Work With Wi-Fi, 3G and Bluetooth >>
* Today On Mars: Curiosity Uses Its Laser As A Sand Blaster >>
* Electric Brain Stimulation Warps Your Perception Of Faces [Video] >>
* What’s Next for the Large Hadron Collider? >>
* How The Sound Of Rain Helps Engineers Diagnose Unsafe Bridges >>
* Death: The blurred line between dead and alive >>
* The molecular machines that make life >>
* Building powered by algae growing on its facade >>
* Report from the Alcor-40 conference >>
* New self-assembled nanoparticles may soon make biopsies obsolete >>
* Meet Atlas, The Official Robot Competing in the DARPA Challenge >>
* The RTU (Remote Telepresence Unit) Is Born >>
* Students Build and Fly 3D-Printed Plane >>
* Squeeze Your Phone, and Send a Loved One a Hug >>
* First Theoretical Model of Charging Cycle Performance Could Revolutionise Battery Research >>
* Boeing tests microwave missile that knocks out electronics, represents our worst nightmare (video) >>
* How Germany Is Getting Cars to Talk to Each Other (And Traffic Lights) >>
* Robotic butlers, bartenders and receptionists at Carnegie Mellon (video) >>
* Chip Makes Twisted Light for Communications >>
* The Greatest Battle of the Personal Computing Revolution Lies Ahead >>
* Could This Have Been The World's First Computer? >>
* Nano-machines built to mimic human muscle could help power cyborgs, keep the OSI budget down >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 October 2012
* iPad Mini: Everything You Need to Know >>
* Apple's iPad mini event video now available for replay >>
* Apple Unveils iBooks 3 With Continuous Scrolling >>
* Revolutionary DNA-based approach to map the wiring diagram of the brain >>
* Pentagon’s Newest ‘Humanoid’ Walks as Awkwardly as You Do >>
* World’s most advanced mirror for giant telescope completed >>
* Assembly of nano-machines mimics human muscle >>
* First Analysis of 14-Million-Year Old Antarctica Lake Fails to Yield Microbes >>
* IMOD: The Greatest Canyon in Solar System-Shaped by Water Millions of Years Ago >>
* Can Andrea Rossi's Infinite-Energy Black Box Power The World--Or Just Scam It? >>
* Watch A Humanoid Robot Walk A Tightrope >>
* How pets feel pain – and when to say goodbye >>
* Taste sensitivity link to our body's immune defences >>
* Hormone boost lets mice live longer without fasting >>
* Recycled photons set fresh quantum computing record >>
* A radio for all frequencies to rule the airwaves >>
* State-of-the-Art Electron Beams From Table-Top Accelerators >>
* Apple announces 4th generation iPad packing an A6X CPU, Lightning connector and FaceTime HD camera >>
* First micro-structure atlas of the human brain completed >>
* A bandwidth breakthrough >>
* Disaster response robot will inspect the damaged Fukushima nuclear reactor building >>
* In Mobile World, Tech Giants Scramble to Get Up to Speed >>
* Humanity Rocks! -- FastForward Radio - Oct 26,2012 >>
* Through the Wormhole S3E7 Can We Eliminate Evil? >>
* The Chemistry of Almost Everything >>
* Generation X Report: How Many Gen Xers Know Their Cosmic Address? >>
* iPad Mini: Everything You Need to Know >>
* Scientists read dreams >>
* Milky Way's 'Sleeping' Supermassive Black Hole Erupts with a Flare Up >>
* Solar Wind Creates Traces of Lunar Surface Water >>
* The Generation X report: How many Gen Xers know their cosmic address? >>
* Developers Use a Workaround to Make iPhone Apps Do More >>
* Assembly of nano-machines mimics human muscle >>
* A Bandwidth Breakthrough >>
* Algorithms Calculate a Couple's Chances of Having a Baby via IVF >>
* Disco Sun: X-Class Flare Creates Strobe-Light Effect >>
* New "vitrification" technique allows women to freeze their eggs for future use >>
* Image of the Day: Breathtaking meteor upstaged by Milky Way and northern lights >>
* World’s most advanced mirror for giant telescope completed >>
* Scientists build “mechanically active” DNA material >>
* Self-powered sensors to monitor nuclear fuel rod status >>
* Training your robot the PaR-PaR way >>
* NASA sees active region on the sun emit another flare >>
* Turbulent flows in 2D can be calculated in new model >>
* ‘Tube’ view of nerve fibers may monitor MS >>
* OMG: Peer pressure just as strong online >>
* Creepy Close-Ups: Best Microscope Critter Photos >>
* NASA Satellite Sees Black Hole Belching Out Hundred-Million-Degree X-rays >>
* How to Create Fuel out of Thin Air >>
* In the Future, Will We All Monitor Our Own Energy Data? $3 Million on 'YES' >>
* UltraHD, the TV Technology Formerly Known as 4K, Gets Ready To Hit Store Shelves >>
* Three Ways to Reinvent Shopping for Men's Clothing >>
* Jeff Bezos' Spaceship Passes Key NASA Test >>
* Egg Freezing Enters Clinical Mainstream >>
* Stress in Parents Linked to Obesity in Kids >>
* New InteraXon Muse Consumer EEG Brain Wave Monitoring Device (VIDEO) >>
* BIL2012 Talk: Peak Humanity >>
* CHARLI Robot Gangnam Style >>
* Milky Way came into present state as Earth and Sun formed >>
* Blocking sunlight at specific areas can stop Arctic melting >>
* Brain change bad behaviour link >>
* The maths that made Voyager possible >>
* Robot used for open-heart surgery >>
* New Size Estimates Define How Much Earth's Glaciers Could Raise Sea Level >>
* X-ray tricks cut breast scan dose >>
* Experts find why being lazy can make you ill >>
* IVF raises hopes of having a baby even at 40 >>
* Pilot Your Own Robotic Sub And Explore The Ocean With AcquatiCo >>
* Here's The Spaceship That Will Let Rich People Fly From NYC To Tokyo In 90 Minutes >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 October 2012
* Intel strives toward tiny chips to run wearable computers >>
* Spooky! NASA Hunts Gravitational Waves on the Atomic Level >>
* Turning The World's Cell Phones Into A Network Of Sensors >>
* 3-D Printing: Watch these guys attempt to print a working bicycle. >>
* Is This the Spaceship That Will Take Us to Mars? >>
* New Telescope To Hunt For Earth's Twin >>
* Cosmo Wenman’s mind-blowing 3D-printed sculptures >>
* State-of-the-art beams from table-top accelerators >>
* Your sleeping secrets: How personality traits are revealed by the body's position in bed >>
* Your Spit Might Tell Dentists If You Have Cancer >>
* Phone Call Data Reveals How Pace Of Life Accelerates In Cities >>
* Cold viruses point the way to new cancer therapies >>
* New hope for the blind from neuroscientists? >>
* A 3D printed aircraft test flies successfully >>
* Wear jeans, help clean the air >>
* 'Man's first ancestor looked like a squirrel' >>
* A stylish new brain-sensing headband >>
* Phone call translator app to be offered by NTT Docomo >>
* Creating complex 3D metallic structures at nanoscale >>
* Gorgeous Glenelg – ‘Promised Land’ Panorama on Mars >>
* Self-assembled nanoparticles release chemotherapy drug and heat to treat cancer >>
* Next-generation-sequencing report published >>
* Law of Drama >>
* Artificial Photosynthesis Effort Takes Root >>
* Microsoft's Plan to Bring About the Era of Gesture Control >>
* Breakthrough may lead to large-scale quantum computing >>
* Singularity Summit 2012: Image Recognition, Analogy, Big Health Data, and Bias Reduction >>
* Is it Time for an Enhanced Olympics? >>
* Modifying Genes >>
* 3-D Printing Enables UVA Student-Built Unmanned Plane >>
* NASA pursues atom optics to detect gravitational waves >>
* Didn’t Get The Job? A Computer May Be To Blame >>
* Robots create more jobs than they displace >>
* European Space Agency has 2018 mission to probe ice on the moon >>
* Our Smell Universe >>
* Cold Fusion Gets a Little More Real >>
* Researchers develop procedure for reducing fear response in sleeping mice >>
* Targeting solar geoengineering to minimize risk, inequality >>
* Mice get heart healthy on ‘watermelon diet’ >>
* The nanomechanical signature of breast cancer >>
* Germs in space: Keeping astronauts healthy >>
* A Tour of Astrobotic Technology's lunar rover lab at Carnegie Mellon (video) >>
* Pheed Wants to Take On the Giants of Social Media >>
* Autonomous cars will arrive within 10 years, Intel CTO says >>
* Super Fast Ping-Pong Ball Gun >>
* Apple's iPad mini event happens tomorrow, get your liveblog here! >>
* The Best Nature Photographs of the Year, Including This Too-Human Monkey Portrait >>
* How To Build And Launch Your Own Satellite [VIDEO] >>
* A new glow for electron microscopy >>
* Viewpoint: Taming Nonequilibrium Statistics >>
* Incredible audio reveals white whale 'trying to make contact with humans' >>
* U.S. astronaut sees science breakthrough in space >>
* Never Buy A Bulb Again: Buy Your Light Instead >>
* Geneticists create mice that find the smell of landmines irresistible >>
* Science Says Sex Addiction Is For Real. Here's How To Diagnose It. >>
* Italian scientists convicted over earthquake warning >>
* How learning to cook helped the human brain to grow >>
* Method to improve electric field intensity could boost Raman scattering >>
* Your pillow is a lot like a toilet seat, microbially speaking >>
* Fix bad pictures after the shot with this impressive deblurring app >>
* Navy’s Top Geek Says Laser Arsenal Is Just Two Years Away >>
* Listen: Whale mimics human speech >>
* 'Biological Teleporter' Will Find Martian DNA, Beam It Back to Earth >>
* Valles Marineris: The Grandest Canyon of All >>
* Craig Venter's plan to email vaccines around the world >>
* A Space Shuttle on the Streets of Los Angeles >>
* Magic Thimble Turns the Entire World Into a Touch Surface >>
* Eight-Billion Year View of Galaxy Evolution (VIDEO) >>
* They Said It Couldn't Be Done! >>
* Turn An Android Device Into A Pocket-Size Media Center >>
* 2012 Machinima Expo — An Animation Festival In Virtual Reality >>
* Giant Elliptical Hides a Spiral Galaxy at Its Core >>
* First analysis of beluga whale mimicking human speech >>
* Wi-Fi LED Light Bulbs: Gateway to the Smart Home? >>
* Microsoft’s plan to bring about the era of gesture control >>
* Friendship 2.0: Teens' technology use promotes sense of belonging, identity >>
* Milky Way's black hole getting ready for snack >>
* Can your body sense future events without any external clue? >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 October 2012
* Zuckerberg Predicts We'll All Be Sharing 1,000 Times as Much Crap 10 Years From Now >>
* Is Pheed the New Twitter? >>
* The Next Wave in Lighting and the Internet of Things >>
* iPhone-Controlled Helicopter Drops Balls, Not Bombs [VIDEO] >>
* Big Bang: Is there room for God? >>
* This Week In Bots: Japan's Post-Fukushima Robot Innovations >>
* Hacking Your Education: Ditch the Lectures, Save Tens of Thousands, and Learn More Than Your Peers Ever Will >>
* Augmented Reality: Intel Perceptual Computing demos >>
* Consciousness: Solving its Mysteries Promise Safer, Healthier Lives >>
* #ALGORITHMS: "Smart Framework Enables Internet-of-Things" >>
* Are Capitalism And Democracy Failing Us? >>
* Twitter Gives Saudi Arabia a Revolution of Its Own >>
* Mark Zuckerberg: Don't Just Start A Company, Do Something Fundamental >>
* Boys starting puberty up to two years earlier at the age of nine >>
* Singularity Summit 2012 on KTVU2 >>
* The Rise of an African Tiger Economy >>
* Zuckerberg claims there is a Social Media Moore's Law Where Sharing Doubles Every Year >>
* Microsoft 'retiring' Facebook and Twitter Xbox 360 Dashboard apps >>
* Worried about Google? Story Stronger for Long Term >>
* Thin walls and traffic cameras >>
* Is Your Game Crowd-Ready? >>
* Lettuce-Bot can kill weeds with 98% accuracy >>
* Craig Venter Wants To Rebuild Martian Life In Earth Lab >>
* World pledges more money to protect biodiversity >>
* Average Life Expectancy in China should be 75.8 years in 2015 >>
* Why brain tumors are so hard to destroy >>
* Greenest gas? Synthetic fuel made from air and water >>
* Surgical robots called Blue Dragon and Red Dragon. >>
* Watching the Open Science Summit 2012 on fora.tv? >>
* A new route to large-scale quantum computing >>
* Starvation hormone extends mouse life span by thirty to forty percent >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 October 2012
* Scientists Read Dreams >>
* Underwater Robots Track Sharks Off US in a First >>
* Mars Sample Return Mission? Naaah… Just Beam Back Martian DNA >>
* Engineers create gasoline from air and water. Yes, really. >>
* Video: Navy's Humanoid Testbed Robot Dances Gangnam Style >>
* Astronomers uncover a surprising trend in galaxy evolution >>
* Researchers explore how the brain perceives direction and location >>
* This Wind-Powered Rolling Tentacle Ball Can Clear Landmines [Video] >>
* Scientists Match Dream Images To Photos >>
* Very Important Invention: Hot Pizza And Coffee Will No Longer Burn Your Mouth >>
* Smart CCTV knows when you need shopping advice >>
* Genetically Modified Mice Sniff Out Landmines >>
* Harvard launches two free online courses, more than 100,000 sign up worldwide >>
* What is DARPA’s Plan X? >>
* Mapping brain circuits for specific functions >>
* Decoding the brain’s circuit diagrams >>
* Probing the brain’s chemistry >>
* Could PTSD be cured by sleep-based therapies? >>
* 3D Photos Are Coming to the Lytro Camera Really Soon >>
* Criteria for Hypersexual Disorder Defined; 15 sex partners in previous 12-month period. >>
* 3D Printing Comes To The Disney Universe: Your Face “Frozen In Carbonite” >>
* Tractor beam built from rings of laser light >>
* Aeros Rigid Airship in Final Stages of Assembly >>
* British engineers produce amazing 'petrol from air' technology >>
* Robots that perceive the world like humans >>
* iPad Mini Event: What to Expect Next Week >>
* Avatars --Will They Have a Big Role in the Future of Space Exploration? >>
* New military apparel repels chemical and biological agents >>
* Very Important Invention: Hot Pizza And Coffee Will No Longer Burn Your Mouth >>
* In Constant Digital Contact, We Feel 'Alone Together' : NPR >>
* Genetically Modified Mice Could Be Tiny Landmine-Sniffing Heroes >>
* Another Reason for "Smart" Electric Meters >>
* Music Biz Dumps First Contested Copyright Case After Botched 3 Strikes Procedure >>
* 'Biological Teleporter' Will Find Martian DNA, Beam It Back to Earth >>
* In just four generations, we’ve massively slashed human mortality >>
* An Online University Reinvents What Learning Can Be >>
* What does one wear for a stratosphere jump? Talk >>
* A Heads-Up Display for Skydivers >>
* Private Space Taxi Builders On Track to Launch Astronauts Soon >>
* Cell mechanism finding could be used to engineer organs >>
* The astonishing 'flowering 'micromachines that can build themselves >>
* Synopsis: Protein Shells Take a Strength Test >>
* First micro-structure atlas of the human brain completed >>
* Optical vortices packaged on a chip >>
* Sir Patrick Moore predicts alien life beyond the solar system will be found within 50 years >>
* Stanford Ovshinsky, an Inventor Compared to Edison, Dies at 89 >>
* Surprise! Galaxies Still Evolving in Present Universe >>
* SpaceShipTwo on Track for Powered Flight This Year >>
* Formlabs FORM 1 high-resolution 3D printer spotted in the wild, we go eyes on (video) >>
* A Revolution in Prosthetic Limbs >>
* Delaying gratification is about worldview as much as willpower >>
* Slow-mo movie captures firecracker blast in water >>
* Ray Kurzweil on Singularity 1 on 1 >>
* Facebook, Microsoft Helping U.K.Government Train New Generation Of Computer Science Teachers >>
* The Day Goddard Dreamed of Taking a Rocket to Mars >>
* The future of higher education: reshaping universities through 3D printing >>
* Japanese Lake Provides More Definitive Record of Carbon-14 Levels >>
* How Do You Spot a Genius? >>
* Jeff Bezos: The Smart People Change Their Minds >>
* Sun Unleashes Huge Solar Plasma Wave >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 October 2012
* Open Access Academics: Experiments with YouTube, Risk, and Professional Amateurism >>
* Japanese emergency crews will wear robotic exoskeletons >>
* A Ribbon Cutting for 3-D Printing (Using 3-D Printed Scissors) >>
* NASA Exploring $1.5 Million Unmanned Aircraft Competition >>
* The Man-Machine Framework: How to Build Machine-Learning Applications the Right Way >>
* Trans-Atlantic 8K/UHDTV Streaming With UltraGrid and Commodity PCs >>
* Synopsis: Tiny Tractor Beam >>
* How Dolphins Stay Awake for Two Weeks >>
* 3D fetus fly-through peers inside abnormal bodies >>
* Shoot-'em-up game creates borderless virtual worlds >>
* Pioneering lab-grown 'kidney' does its job in animals >>
* Watch a 4K Video Amazingly Get Photoshopped Like a Regular Picture [Video] >>
* The $9 Cardboard bike >>
* A ‘student-centered’ approach to science education >>
* Paging Dr. Watson: artificial intelligence as a prescription for health care >>
* Genome hunters go after martian DNA >>
* Does a Speaker Made From Artificial Rubber Muscles Get Louder With Exercise? [Video] >>
* New MegaUpload Will Deflect Copyright Liability and Become Raid-Proof >>
* Viruses act like 'self-packing suitcases' >>
* Wireless meters tell snoopers when you are not home >>
* Car-T-Box >>
* Manufacturing complex 3-D metallic structures at nanoscale made possible >>
* This Mud Could Revolutionize How Scientists Study The Past >>
* Salt power: Watt's next in rechargeable batteries? >>
* Solar power is contagious >>
* The robot working-class invasion >>
* Solar wind most likely source of water on the Moon >>
* Is language unique to humans? >>
* Barley genome breakthrough may lead to better beer >>
* Mice Can Vocally Mimic Each Other >>
* Developed a technology that predicts metastasis in breast cancer >>
* World's largest subwoofer: Earthquakes 'pump' ground to produce infrasound >>
* Megapixels: The James Webb Space Telescope Gets Chilled to 400 Degrees Below Zero >>
* U.S. Army Embraces 3D Printers: “It’s Kind of a Magical Thing” >>
* World's first all rubber speaker made from artificial muscles is thin, soft and bassy >>
* Extend your life span without dieting! >>
* Hacked terminals capable of causing pacemaker deaths >>
* Steal This Singularity: Entry #1 >>
* Craig Venter imagines a world with printable life forms >>
* US military gets into the 3D printing business >>
* Future Jobs Depend on a Science-Based Economy >>
* Isobenefit Lines Rewrite Rules for Understanding City Life >>
* Genome Hunters Go After Martian DNA >>
* Have we reached the end of Particle Physics? >>
* Integral: Ten Years Tracking Extreme Radiation Across the Universe >>
* Our Gorgeous, Graceful, Gradient Sun >>
* New DHS Program Wants to See If Your Hand Sanitizer Explodes >>
* Science finally conquers that pain after eating something too hot >>
* Relationship with Dad Affects Teens' Sexual Behavior >>
* Antibiotic-Resistant Bugs Go Wild >>
* 'Super rats' develop genetic immunity to standard poisons >>
* Synopsis: Finding Ferroelectrics >>
* Antibiotic shows promise in treating extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis >>
* Anthrax can grow and reproduce in soil, researchers find >>
* Spin-orbit qubits are right at home in electrical circuits >>
* Developing the next generation of microsensors >>
* Fabbing a chip that could encode data in a twisted vortex of light >>
* Rendering Greenhouse Gases Visible >>
* Forbes List Of China's 100 Richest: Where The Wealthiest Live >>
* The Future is Robotics >>
* Douglas Axe on Protein Evolution and Magic Numbers >>
* Robots at Work and Play >>
* The Race For The Future Car >>
* 96-year-old Indian 'is world's oldest father' >>
* Why we can see even in dim light >>
* American gets new face after extensive transplant >>
* More Screens, More Money for Google? >>
* US Should Be Worried About The Era Of Cyberwarfare It Ushered In >>
* NASA: We Still Don't Know What Those Shiny Particles On Mars Are, But They're Not From The Rover >>
* The hidden rules that shape human progress >>
* Inside East Africa’s technology hubs >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 October 2012
* Google takes us inside their data centers, shows you where the internet lives (video) >>
* Updated Theory: A Huge Chunk Of Earth, Blasted Away In A Collision, Is Now The Moon >>
* The Pirate Bay Starts Using Virtualized Servers >>
* Student engineers design, build, fly 'printed' airplane >>
* Laser Speed Sensor Promises Safer Air Travel >>
* Drones Cooperate To Probe Hurricanes | Video >>
* How we'll use "teleporters" to stop the next pandemic [Futurism] >>
* Book Review: Information, Communication and Space Technology >>
* Parkinson's cells >>
* Endeavour’s 2-Day Drive Through LA in Less Than 3 Minutes >>
* Computer Models of Earth's Climate Change Confirmed on Mars >>
* Aurora Over White Dome Geyser >>
* 11 Unbelievable Microscopic Images From Nikon's 2012 Small World Competition >>
* X-rays reveal first known toothy grin >>
* Could the Common Cold Be Re-Engineered to Destroy Cancer? [Science] >>
* Scientists Erase the Memories of Sleeping Mice [Science] >>
* Blue Origin Tests Rocket Engine Thrust Chamber >>
* Phoenix universe could rebuild itself after cosmic rip >>
* Fast-spinning Earth settles mystery of moon's make-up >>
* How sleep deprivation poses risks to physical and mental health >>
* How ‘normal’ prion proteins in the brain actually aid learning and memory >>
* Futuristic vehicle interface with a predictive direct and gesture based input system from Alps Electric >>
* Less-invasive method of brain stimulation helps patients with Parkinson’s disease http://bit.ly/RBXz0k >>
* New drugs counter neural inflammation in Parkinson’s http://bit.ly/WoEG6X >>
* The 80,000-Year Voyage to Alpha Centauri (VIDEO) >>
* Armchair astronomers find planet in four-star system >>
* A robotic exoskeleton for space and Earth >>
* Water locked in glass of lunar regolith >>
* Ball Dropping RC Chopper Just Revolutionized the Game of Fetch [Video] >>
* This Eagle-Eyed Heron UAV Can See From Tel Aviv to Cyprus [Video] >>
* Awesome NASA Supersonic Passenger Plane That Wants to Kill the Sonic Boom >>
* Destroying drug cartels, the mathematical way >>
* Feeding the world will require tough choices >>
* The Shape Of A Man's Urine Stream Can Diagnose Prostate Problems >>
* No Hope For Jurassic Park? Scientists Say DNA Is Too Fragile >>
* Robot Paints Your Sleep Pattern >>
* Skydiver's feat could influence spacesuit design >>
* New fuel cell catalyst competes with platinum >>
* Supernovas Create Radioactive Titanium >>
* A glance at the brain's circuit diagram >>
* Bus service for qubits >>
* Study questions feasibility of entire genome sequencing in minutes >>
* The Internet of Things will transform our everyday >>
* Dark matter filament studied in 3D for the first time >>
* New method measures movements of tiny devices at every step >>
* Robo-Doctors Signal the Rise of the Medical Machines >>
* App-Connected Toothbrush Tracks Your Habits, Rewards You with Free Stuff >>
* Calcium reveals connections between neurons >>
* #ALGORITHMS: "Hyper-threading: Perfect for Neural Networks" >>
* How To Build And Launch Your Own Satellite [VIDEO] >>
* Why I Decided to Rethink Hiring Smart People >>
* First 3D Map of Antarctic Sea Ice's Underside >>
* Microsoft Surface Is Durable Enough to Be a Skateboard >>
* Big Data Techniques Point to New Cancer Diagnostic Tool >>
* Stem Cells Restore Thyroid Function In Mice >>
* Military Will Require Chips to be Tagged with Plant DNA >>
* A network of molecules, building each other at the dawn of life >>
* Health Startup's App Tracks What Ails You >>
* The Strange World of Nanoscience >>
* Cow's milk protects against HIV: Study >>
* Computer models of Earth's climate change confirmed on Mars >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 October 2012
* Apple Sends Press Invites for iPad Mini Event >>
* Earth-Sized Planet Discovered in Nearest Star System to Us >>
* Russia Wants Reusable Rockets By 2020 >>
* Craig Venter Imagines a World with Printable Life Forms >>
* Google puts malware scanner in Google Play pipeline >>
* Eye Movements Could ID Computer Users >>
* Laser-Guided Gas Mask Points the Way Out >>
* An App That Aims To Crowdsource Government Accountability >>
* Gorgeous timelapse of Endeavour traversing Los Angeles >>
* Drunk-spotting With an Infrared Camera >>
* Extreme Solar Systems: Why Aren’t We Finding Other Planetary Systems Like Our Own? >>
* Researcher aims to understand strange secrets of magnetotactic bacteria >>
* Interactive Fractal Tree of Life Zooms In On Earth's Entire Evolutionary History >>
* Video: The 'World's First High-Speed, Commercially Available Amphibious Vehicle' >>
* Robo-Wheelchair Climbs Stairs! [Video] >>
* Xbox 360 Dashboard Update: Oh Hey Internet Explorer for Your TV [Xbox 360] >>
* Prototype superconductor motor for buses in 2013 and mass production by 2020 >>
* Is Your Dishwasher Really Yearning for the Internet? >>
* Fujitsu develops new data transmission technology using video data >>
* Iuro robot asks humans for help navigating cities >>
* Intelligence agencies turn to crowdsourcing >>
* How To Make Droplets Levitate on Water >>
* Gold nanoparticle prostate cancer treatment found safe in dogs, MU study shows >>
* Ray Kurzweil to speak at TEDxSiliconAlley >>
* Patent could shackle 3D printers with DRM >>
* Eye-contact detector found in the brain >>
* New Cause Found for the Deadly Meningitis Outbreak [Disease] >>
* Where Should We Look For Earth's Twin? >>
* The Most Technologically Advanced Warship Ever Built >>
* Yamaha JWX-2 wheelchair power assist unit can be attached to almost any wheelchair >>
* NASA must reinvest in nanotechnology research, according to new paper >>
* Preparing for Cyber War, Without a Map >>
* New type of cosmic ray discovered after 100 years >>
* PopSci Q&A: How Much Do Presidential Debates Matter? >>
* Image of the Day: Dark Matter Filaments That Connect Galaxies in 3D for 1st Time >>
* New Upper Body Bionic Suit Uses Air to Lift Loads of 50 Kilograms >>
* Synthesizing collagen for drug design and disease treatments >>
* How to double the power of solar panels >>
* Visual ‘cloaking’ applied to enable more efficient transfer of electrons >>
* Inside Surface: Microsoft's Insane Quest for Gadget Perfection [Video] >>
* NASA's Cassini Probe at Saturn Celebrates 15 Years in Space >>
* Ep. 275: Isaac Newton, Pt. 1 >>
* An App That Aims To Crowdsource Government Accountability >>
* In obese boys, up to 50 percent less testosterone >>
* Alternative to Bin Laden Raid: A Teeny, Tiny Missile Strike >>
* Ancient Egypt City Aligned With Sun on King's Birthday >>
* Physicists crack another piece of the glass puzzle (w/ Video) >>
* New Planet Found in Alpha Centauri >>
* IPad mini may start at $249 for Wi-Fi 8 GB model, report says >>
* The iPad Mini's Killer Feature = Price >>
* The Wallet Wars heat up >>
* Just One More Seriously Breathtaking Video of the Earth From Space >>
* A New Green Energy Idea: Harvesting Deep Ocean Currents >>
* Futurist's Cheat Sheet: Artificial Intelligence >>
* Romo, The iPhone-Powered Robot, Grows Up >>
* From a NAND Gate To Tetris >>
* Xbox 360 Dashboard update hands-on (fall 2012) >>
* The Crack Team That Removes & Preserves People's Brains Just Hours After They Die >>
* The Persistent Peril of the Artificial Slave >>
* Why Are Chimps Still Chimps? >>
* The Origin of Quantum Mechanics Explained in Four Animated Minutes >>
* Electric underpants to stop bedsores >>
* Creativity 'a mental illness' >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 October 2012
* Wired’s Chris Anderson: Today’s ‘Maker Movement’ Is The New Industrial Revolution >>
* DNA's half-life identified using fossil bones >>
* Microsoft crafts wrist-worn device that tracks hand gestures in 3D space (video) >>
* Researchers discover regenerated lizard tails are different from originals >>
* ‘Liver blocker’ may curb drug side effects >>
* Video: Carbon Nanotube Pencil Can Draw Life-Saving Gas Detector >>
* MIT Pencil Draws Sensors Directly onto Paper >>
* Moore’s Law threatened by lithography woes >>
* Nanoparticles against cellular aging >>
* Mind-Controlled Aircraft No Longer Unthinkable >>
* Coca-Cola Equips Vending Machines With Kinects, Lets You Dance For Free Cokes >>
* Keyless Entry Via Smartphone With Lockitron Takes Off >>
* Today On Mars: Curiosity Might Have Lost A Piece of Itself In The Martian Dust >>
* docomo Hands-Free Videophone for futuristic glasses-type HMD devices >>
* Polaris Robotic Lunar Rover to dig for Water on the Moon >>
* The Genetics of Nearsightedness, Stretch Marks, and Motion Sickness >>
* What’s the chance of rain? >>
* Redefining Medicine With Apps and iPads - The Digital Doctor >>
* Mind: Recalibrating Therapy for a Wired World - The Digital Doctor >>
* Lunar water-prospecting robot to search for water ice at moon's northern pole >>
* Why Are Doctors So Slow To Learn? >>
* HTTPS Everywhere plugin from EFF protects 1,500 more sites >>
* Firefox 16 Released: More HTML5 Support >>
* Toyota and Subaru Offer Conflicting Software Fix Advice >>
* Microsoft Develops 'Digits' An Amazing 3D Gloveless Sensor >>
* Brands play with the idea of alternative currencies >>
* Digital tabletop system with views on demand (w/ Video) >>
* Brain Connectivity Predicts Reading Skills >>
* An operating system in the cloud >>
* Can You Catch Meningitis? >>
* Simulating Pipeline Rupture with Finite Element Analysis >>
* CT ‘maps’ show lung damage by type >>
* Without any pests, plants relax quickly >>
* Interstellar travelers of the future may be helped by MU physicist's calculations >>
* How Did Woman Live to 132? >>
* Penny-Pinching Navy Promises Next Carrier Will Cost a Measly $11.4 Billion >>
* Video: Searching for Life on Mars >>
* Brainless slime mold uses external spatial ‘memory’ to navigate complex environments >>
* New imaging technologies transforming medicine >>
* 2012 Nobel Prize in Physics for Measuring and Manipulating Individual Quantum Systems >>
* Discovery shed light on male infertility, yields clues to male contraceptive pill >>
* MacGyver Robot Could Make Use Of Objects It Finds >>
* iPad Mini Design to Top Apple's Earlier Tablets, Analyst Says >>
* Quantum Computing with Ions [Repost] >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 October 2012
* First Person: A New Tooth, Made to Order in Under an Hour >>
* Bending Wires Is the Next Big Thing in Desktop Fabrication >>
* Video: Slime Mold’s Powers of Recall Hint at Origin of Memory >>
* Physicists extend special relativity beyond the speed of light >>
* YouTube sets its sights on TV with launch of 60 new channels >>
* Proposed Mission May Bring Frozen Moon Samples to Earth in 2020s >>
* Test taps cells to put ‘the squeeze’ on cancer >>
* Pentagon’s Plans For 3-D Printers: Mobile Labs, Bomb Sniffers and Prototype Limbs >>
* The most complex synthetic biology circuit yet >>
* Topology: The Secret Ingredient In The Latest Theory of Everything >>
* Self-braking cars will save thousands of lives >>
* A simple way to cloak objects at microwave frequencies to improve transmission >>
* Ray Kurzweil on ethics & natural language processing >>
* Where'd You Get That Cool Shirt? This Software Knows >>
* Hydrogen Cars: A Dream That Won't Die >>
* Towards an understanding of the Sun's Butterfly Diagram >>
* MIT: Princess Leia Hologram 'Within a Year' >>
* Augmented Reality: DPI Augmented Reality Uneto VNI >>
* Brainless creature solves problems with memories of slime >>
* Harvard RoboBees Learn to Steer, Mostly >>
* Mind-powered Animal Ears >>
* Virtual Star Party – Oct. 7, 2012: West Coast Edition >>
* Synthetic Biologists make Biological Internet >>
* The Astrophysicist’s Alphabet >>
* she YouTube Premium Content Goes Global >>
* 100-Million-Year-Old Spider Attack Recorded in Amber >>
* Baumgartner in Final Preparations for Supersonic Freefall Attempt on October 9 >>
* We Could Control Future Computers and Video Games Using a 3D Motion Tracking Wristband >>
* World's fastest radio telescope starts up in Australian outback >>
* Why I am a liar straight from the pit of hell [Starts With A Bang] >>
* Penis Size Matters in Bed, Study Finds >>
* Video: Curiosity Rover Prefers Martian Soil Shaken, Not Stirred >>
* Puddles of Goo? Brainless Slime Molds Have Memories >>
* Ten Bonkers Things About the Universe (Lecture) >>
* Falcon 9 Experienced Engine Anomaly But Kept Going to Orbit >>
* What campuses can learn from online teaching >>
* What campuses can learn from online teaching >>
* Black-hole laser edges closer to testing Hawking >>
* Language learning makes the brain grow, Swedish study suggests >>
* Decentralizing education: how startups are dismantling the university >>
* This Smartphone App Can (Mostly) Tell Your Pills Apart >>
* You Built What?!: A Tesla Coil Gun That Produces Foot-Long Sparks >>
* Scientists Are Killing Cancer With Magnets >>
* Stop Building Bombs and Start Building Starships >>
* Recession pushes US birth rates to an all-time low >>
* New Black Hole Discovered [Video] >>
* With Basic Physics, You Can Beat the House At Roulette >>
* Election 2040: The First President for Digital Natives - >>
* This Incredible 3D Printer Can Produce Entire Rooms >>
* Next Wave of Asian Exports to U.S. May Be Virtual Goods >>
* Drone refuel test 'successful' >>
* Researchers fabricate a virus-sized laser >>
* Sperm 'stunner' can lead to male birth-control pill >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 October 2012
* An always-on Siri: MindMeld listens to you talk, finds what you need >>
* The 3D printer gold rush - video >>
* There Is No Reason For Any Individual To Have A 3D Printer In Their Home >>
* Private SpaceX Cargo Ship Launching 'New Era' for Space Station Today >>
* Military Test: Drones Could Refuel Themselves Mid-Air >>
* App helps tell your colourful pills apart >>
* Kurzweil: Brains will extend to the cloud >>
* Geologists Plan To Drill 6 Kilometers Down – All The Way To Earth’s Mantle! >>
* The real reasons we don’t have AGI yet >>
* How Real-Life Physics Fakes Telekinesis [Video] >>
* Wasp has hints of a clockwork brain >>
* 3D-Printed Optics Could Light Up the Gadgets of the Future [Video] >>
* Futureseek Daily Paper is out! >>
* Check Your Genome >>
* Webcam + sunshine + time = 3D model of your world >>
* Researchers Sequence Whole Baby Genome In 50 Hours >>
* Smartphone of the future >> be in your brain
* Flexible OLED watch puts a video display on your wrist >>
* Video: 55 Years of Space Exploration >>
* Rare X-Ray Nova Reveals a New Black Hole in the Milky Way >>
* 4G World >>
* PR2 Moving objects on a tray without falling off >>
* Future Salon LA – Transformers and Transforming >>
* A multi-photon approach to quantum cryptography >>
* Navigating the seas of Titan in a boat >>
* Scientists Tune into Blue Whale Songs with Defense Technology >>
* Japan asteroid trip will star upgraded bouncing robot >>
* Aurora and Fireball Over Norway <br> >>
* Google simulates brain networks to recognize speech and images >>
* Proteins remember the past to predict the future >>
* Sperm and eggs created in dish produce mouse pups >>
* Car Could Check Your Heart Rate While You Drive >>
* Google Puts Its Virtual Brain Technology to Work >>
* Nissan NSC-2015 drives and parks automatically in a shopping mall car park >>
* Math Can Make Your Batteries Charge Twice as Fast [Batteries] >>
* AI sports commentator knows all the best stories >>
* How neuron electrical activity controls the biological clock >>
* The Collapse of The American Dream Explained in Animation http://bit.ly/RoCXJn >>
* Review of molecular machines for nanotechnology http://bit.ly/TaIWG0 >>
* Teleportation: Forget Planes, Trains and Automobiles; Just Beam Me There http://bit.ly/SMsAO0 >>
* Five Ideas to Cure Wanderlust http://bit.ly/TiVWtg >>
* MIT team builds most complex synthetic biology circuit yet http://bit.ly/RoCLtH >>
* Amazon's Kindle Paperwhite get's torn-down, promptly put back together (video) http://engt.co/OgBMOn >>
* Weekend Diversion: The Light that’s Right for Night http://bit.ly/SW92rd >>
* Alcatel-Lucent flies Parrot AR.Drone 2.0 over 3,280 feet using LTE: reach out and buzz someone (video) http://engt.co/SW916s >>
* Travel Through 2,000 Years of Paris’ History With Interactive 3D Model http://bit.ly/SMrj9K >>
* Astronomers Search For Dyson Spheres of Alien Civilizations http://bit.ly/UwADWD >>
* Nanowires Show the Strain Limit of Silicon http://bit.ly/Roz6fp >>
* Seeing is believing, Disney crafts 3D printed optics (video) http://engt.co/WBSjgW >>
* PandaBot Wants to Bring 3D Printing to the Masses [VIDEO] http://bit.ly/VBVqr1 >>
* MindMeld Will Change The Way You Look at Digital Assistants [VIDEO] http://bit.ly/Q6I0ig >>
* Cystitis: How bacteria get into your bladder http://bit.ly/Q6EDYz >>
* Space junk could be hunted down by harpoon-firing satellites >>
* The lives and deaths of Sun-like stars [Starts With A Bang] >>
* Canada Unveils Next-Generation Robotic Arms for Spaceships >>
* Why Can't You Go Space Diving Yet? >>
* MIT research: What number is halfway between 1 and 9? Is it 5 -- or 3? >>
* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Dying Star’s Temper Tantrum >>
* Dilithium Crystals Could Power Hypothetical, Star Trek-Style Warp Drive >>
* Dish-Grown Sperm and Eggs Produce Mouse Pups >>
* The Physics of the First-Ever Supersonic Skydive >>
* Robot firefighters help mitigate hazardous conditions >>
* SpaceX Dragon set to blast off to space station >>
* Most Whale Deaths in Past 40 Years Were Caused by Humans >>
* The Same Color Illusion >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 October 2012
* Mitsumi exhibits micro-vibration power generator and batteryless RF switch (video) >>
* Gold Artifact To Orbit Earth In Hope of Alien Retrieval >>
* Nippon Electric Glass demos liquid crystal lens and 'invisible glass' at CEATEC (video) >>
* Glasses Turn Face Into Avatar: DNews Nugget >>
* Will we ever… travel faster than the speed of light? >>
* Weekly Space Hangout - Oct 4 2012 >>
* The Ridiculous High-Concept Inflatable Bike Helmet Is Finally Buyable [Helmets] >>
* White Dwarf Atmosphere Recreated In The Lab >>
* Reality is a computer projection: physicists >>
* NGC 7293: The Helix Nebula >>
* Artificial cornea could help save vision, make up for lack of donor corneas >>
* Robot builds intricate tools from sticky plastic >>
* Even Ray Kurzweil is nervous about a future with hyper-intelligent machines >>
* The Singularity is upon us? Not so fast >>
* Coming Soon: Robot Sea Turtles That Carry Cargo in Their Shells >>
* New human neurons from adult cells right there in the brain >>
* Newborn mice depend on mom's signature scent >>
* FYI: Is It Legal To 3-D Print A Handgun? >>
* Toward an artificial pancreas: Math modeling and diabetes control >>
* Baby Mice Born from Eggs Made from Stem Cells >>
* What Would Happen If Every Single Person in the World Pointed a Laser Pointer at the Moon? >>
* Fusion Propulsion Z-Pinch Engine Concept >>
* Photon reaches from beyond the grave in quantum trick >>
* Toyota Partner Robot provides everyday assistance for people with disabilities >>
* Nanoparticles can deliver antiaging therapies >>
* Skylon Spaceplane Project Troy Mars Mission >>
* New Study Links Caffeinated Coffee To Vision Loss >>
* Hitachi boarding gate can sniff explosives on passes, keep the transport queues flowing (video) >>
* Mouse eggs created from stem cells for the first time >>
* Seth Godin, “Art and Science and Making Things” at World Maker Faire 2012 >>
* Get a Detailed First Look at the New ‘SimCity’ [VIDEO] >>
* The Best Way to Find Aliens: Look for Their Solar Power Plants >>
* Will Your Next iPhone Be Built By Robots? >>
* 3D Printing a Rocket Engine >>
* Synopsis: In Search of Sterile Neutrinos >>
* Curiosity Rover Ready to Play in Martian Sandbox >>
* Humans Broke Off Neanderthal Sex After Discovering Eurasia >>
* Can anybody in the Star Wars universe read and write? At all? [Star Wars] >>
* Why Can't You Go Space Diving Yet? >>
* Eye-Like Helix Nebula Turns Blue in New Image >>
* Cometary Dust Around β Pictoris >>
* Simulating Magnitude 8 Earthquakes In The Lab With A Giant Flywheel >>
* Will Facebook Make as Much From its Next Billion Users? >>
* Handheld 3D medical scanner to provide high-resolution 3D imaging in doctor’s offices >>
* High-capacity 3D transparent memory a step closer to reality >>
* Intelligence could not be linked to 12 specific genetic variants, contradicting studies >>
* Immune system can boost regeneration of peripheral nerves >>
* Why artificial general intelligence has failed and how to fix it >>
* A closed Android-based network to study cyber disruptions and help secure hand-held devices >>
* Plasma jet zaps superbugs >>
* Science Confirms The Obvious: Not Everyone Can Be Hypnotized >>
* Rethink Robotics Baxter Targets 300,000 small and medium sized US manufacturers >>
* Engineers test rotor landing for capsules >>
* Genetic Study: Breast Cancer Isn’t One Cancer – There Are 4 Types >>
* Universal map of vision in the human brain >>
* Facebook hits 1 billion users a month >>
* Did you know Facebook limits you to 5,000 or so likes? >>
* Assembling biomolecular nanomachines: a path to a nanofactory? >>
* Introgressing toward becoming rice >>
* Deus Ex: Human Revolution and Transhumanism >>
* ARGO’s Rewalk Technology on Display at Advamed (video) >>
* Researchers create a universal map of vision in the human brain >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 October 2012
* Multiple sclerosis disease progress stopped in Mice >>
* The Race to Bring Quantum Teleportation to Your World >>
* Novel Contact Lenses May be a Cure for Nearsightedness >>
* Artificial Organ Waiting List… Coming Soon to a Hospital Near You (video) >>
* Is desire to be thin in the genes? >>
* Gartner Hype Cycle 2012 >>
* CEATEC 2012 wrap-up: concept cars, eye-tracking tech and motion sensors galore >>
* NHK demonstrates 8K 3D digital binoculars: 16x 'lossless' zoom at 1080p (hands-on) >>
* Why We Need Innovation To Prepare For The Global Aging Society >>
* The tiny telescope helping the elderly to see >>
* Hypothesis: Plasma Membrane Vibrations Act as Cellular Heartbeat >>
* The cosmological supercomputer >>
* Smartphone technology acceptable for remote stroke diagnosis >>
* Reality: How does consciousness fit in? >>
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* VIDEO: How supersonic car's rocket works >>
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* MIT physicists suggest a means for creating an electron cloaking device >>
* YouTube scales back automatic Content ID takedowns, improves appeals process >>
* Smart unveils third-gen Fortwo Electric Drive EV (video) >>
* Project simulates 300,000 Android phones to fight wireless catastrophes (video) >>
* Blood in Zero Gravity: NASA Tries to Prepare for Surgery in Space >>
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* Zpinch Nuclear Fusion Pulse Space Propulsion Research >>
* Chrome Beta adds video engagement APIs, promises higher-quality video chats >>
* How Much Would it Cost to Launch Your House into Space? >>
* Researchers Discover Bacteria That Produces Pure Gold [Science] >>
* Researchers working on dilithium-powered fusion impulse engines >>
* Speed of Universe's Expansion Measured Better Than Ever >>
* Lunar Space Station vs. Asteroid Mission Part 2 >>
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* Mind Management >>
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* Disney develops 3D-printed toys >>
* Femto-Photography: Light In Slow Motion >>
* Rocket Microthruster >>
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* The mathematics of leaf decay >>
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* 3D-Printer Company Sells to Gun Companies, But Not Desktop Weaponeers >>
* The 570-Megapixel Camera That Could Prove Einstein Wrong >>
* How Two Guys Got Together To Build A New Hand >>
* Spitzer Provides Most Precise Measurement Yet of the Universe’s Expansion >>
* Supersonic dive could make space safer for tourists >>
* YouTube, social media play new role in presidential debate >>
* Watch flying robots cooperate, throw and catch balls >>
* Why we need a supercomputer on the Moon >>
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* Making the Kinect ‘finger-precise’ >>
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* Bowl of Heaven >>
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* Trillions: Thriving in the Emerging Information Ecology >>
* A new way to create ‘building blocks’ for drugs >>
* Solar Origin of the Aurora Borealis >>
* New 3-D camera for space missions >>
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* Charging Your Phone Becomes a Game With This Toyota App [VIDEO] >>

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* Robot Turtle >>
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* Space Harpoon Cleans Up Junk: Gotta-See Video >>
* World's largest laser misses nuclear fusion deadline >>
* How memory load leaves us ‘blind’ to new visual information >>
* Keeping tumor cells alive to test different drugs >>
* ‘Green Brain’ project to create autonomous flying robot with honeybee brain >>
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* Cow Engineered to Make Hypoallergenic Whey-Free Milk >>
* Boeing's New Space Junk Scheme Clears Debris With a Cloud Of Ballistic Gas >>
* Debunking Antimatter Rockets for Interstellar Travel >>
* Six Ways Mushrooms can Save the World >>
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* Next-Gen Nest Thermostat Gets Even Cooler and Smarter >>
* Design to 'harpoon satellites' >>
* Artificial Toes from Ancient Egypt Confirmed as World’s Oldest Prostheses >>
* Big Idea: Tap The Healing Power of Poop >>
* How to build a business without giving away the store >>
* What an Astronaut Sees From Space, With a NASA Scientist as Your Guide >>
* Steve Jobs, Romanticism, and the Marriage of Technology and Humanities >>
* Scientists: Let's Make the Next Space Exploration Probe a Boat >>
* Toyota Unveils Super-Compact Car With Location-Based Ads >>
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* The Innovators Behind 10 Hot Technologies >>
* Fujitsu demos ad transmission technology, sends info from TV to handset via smartphone camera (video) >>
* Home 3D Printing Is Killing The Manufacturing Industry >>
* DARPA launches first phase of "open source" vehicle design challenge >>
* Adult stem cells change their epigenome to generate new organs >>
* Robot artist learns masters' brush strokes >>
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* Fujitsu develops eye tracking technology >>
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* New project aims to upload a honey bee's brain into a flying insectobot by 2015 >>
* Hacking Projects To Use Data To Solve Hunger >>
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