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Yearly Futureseek 2012 Link Dump - (20200 articles)
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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 May 2012
* Samsung Galaxy S III preview: hands-on with the next Android superphone (video) >>
* Eight 'Killer New-Car App' Features For 2013 >>
* Galaxy S III accessories: wireless charger, S-pebble MP3, AllCast wireless dongle in tow >>
* Smart doorknobs, gesture-controlled phones: Revolutionary tech enables objects to know your touch >>
* British police get 360 degree accident scene camera >>
* Prototype bioreactor evaluates engineered tissue while creating it >>
* Blind men retina implant success >>
* The Founder of Robot Maker, Kiva, Couldn't Get Silicon Valley to Fund Him >>
* Here’s the Plan to Fly Missile-Packed Blimps Over Your Home >>
* What Would Happen If You Put Your Hand in the LHC's Beam? [Video] >>
* Beam-switching endows electron microscopes with 3D, added gross-out >>
* E382 Aerial Mapping Airplane touts unmanned cartography, ready-to-fly drone kit $600 >>
* PlayThru hopes to kill text captchas with game-based authentication >>
* Artificial retinas give blind patients ability to see light and shapes >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – May 3, 2012 >>
* All-optical quantum dot switch needs only 140 photons >>
* The yoctogram weighs in >>
* Scientists use airship to look for meteorites >>
* M106 Close Up >>
* Person or computer: could you pass the Turing Test? >>
* UK to make academic research available free on the Net >>
* Handheld 3D Scanner Lets You Digitize Objects And Rooms In Minutes >>
* Why Jupiter's moon Ganymede is an exciting destination >>
* Horse Racing Gets Futuristic >>
* One gene helped human brains become complex >>
* Fed Up With Sluggish Neutrinos, Scientists Force Light To Move Faster Than Speed Limit >>
* A Personal Simulation of Your Blood Could Help Doctors Study Disease >>
* The 4-Inch iPhone: Why You Should Take This Rumor Seriously >>
* Researchers Find Room for More Data Storage in ‘Phase-Change’ Material >>
* Game-powered machine learning opens door to Google for music >>
* Biophysics: Order in chaos >>
* Freezing liquids help to predict properties of prime numbers >>
* Stem Cells Carry 'Suicide Pills' for Instant Death >>
* Q&A: Space Policy Analyst on Historic SpaceX Flight >>
* Atomic-scale visualization of electron pairing in iron superconductors >>
* Solar System’s Death Glimpsed in White Dwarf Stars >>
* Crime numbers may mislead >>
* Key mechanism in DNA repair discovered >>
* Does Samsung's Galaxy S III Smartphone Even Need Quad-Core Power? >>
* Phase-change breakthrough could transform memory media >>
* Image of the Day: $200,000 flying hovercraft beats your ride >>
* Pratt-Whitney upgrades 747 with fifth engine for ludicrous speed >>
* Here’s the Plan to Fly Missile-Packed Blimps Over Your Home [Weapons] >>
* How to cook like a caveman >>
* Porous Science: How Does a Developing Chick Breathe Inside Its Egg Shell? >>
* Self-propelled micro submarine cleans up motor oil >>
* Video: How to Fold the Longest-Flying Paper Airplanes >>
* Singularity Hub Accelerated Tech News Part IV – Transplants, Theaters, and Tubes! >>
* Video: Baroque Music Composed and Performed by Robotic String Quintet >>
* High-Speed Data Link Made from Laser Pointers Works Where Wi-Fi Won't >>
* Simulating reality: Less memory required on quantum computer than on classical computer >>
* Next-generation nanoelectronics: A decade of progress, coming advances >>
* Samsung buddy share feature, automatically sends photos to friends and family >>
* View Apps on Your Auto Dashboard >>
* The 21st Century version of "blood diamonds" are in our electronics >>
* 10 predictions for what the CIO role will look like in 2020 >>
* Life after Death (Cryonics) >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 May 2012 >>
Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 May 2012 * 3D Projector Would Beam Long-Distance Pals Right Into Your Own Living Room [Video] >>
* 360° Panoramic Video Lets You Capture Everything Around You With Your Smartphone >>
* Cornell students steer Pong using brain waves, can't quite play during naps (video) >>
* First Successful Perching on a Human Hand by a Robotic Bird >>
* Rimac Concept_One Electric Supercar Can Be Yours for $980,000 >>
* Mutant flu paper is finally published, reveals pandemic potential of wild viruses >>
* Fine-tuning Nanotech to Target Cancer >>
* Wireless Power Transmission That Might Energize Implanted Medical Devices (video) >>
* Scientists develop large-scale simulation of human blood >>
* Freezing Parkinson's in its tracks >>
* Additive Manufacturing Will Change in the Next 5-10 Years >>
* Oldest Intact Red Blood Cells Found on Iceman >>
* MIT and Harvard announce edX >>
* EU Court Rules APIs, Programming Languages Not Copyrightable >>
* First Drug Made by Genetically Modified Plants is Approved for Human Use by FDA >>
* Understoodit Lets Students Voice Their Confusion Without Having to Raise Their Hands >>
* A Review of Current Understanding of Telomeres >>
* Scientists develop 'artificial female moth' >>
* Pandemic Potential? Bird Flu Becomes Airborne With Just 4 Mutations >>
* Hospital robot blasts bacteria with UV rays >>
* Study finds emotion reversed in left-handers' brains >>
* Biosynthetic grape-derived compound prevents progression of Alzheimer's in mice >>
* Nanotech Dental Filling Kills Bacteria, Strengthens Teeth >>
* How will we build an artificial human brain? >>
* UK trial for portable brain-cooling device >>
* A Black Hole Devouring a Star Is One Hell of an Amazing View >>
* Dark Matter Theories Challenged By Satellite Galaxy Discovery >>
* The Big Idea: Robots should take our jobs >>
* All Hail the Robotic Farmers and Pilots of the Future >>
* Squid and zebrafish cells inspire camouflaging smart materials >>
* Laser pointers make super-fast 'optical Wi-Fi' >>
* Even the Tiniest Objects on Earth Are Now Viewable in 3D >>
* Harvard and MIT Offer Online Education for Free >>
* Electro-Receptacle Dispenses Free Wi-Fi in Exchange for Deposits of Dog Poo >>
* Laser surgery gets ready to go internal >>
* Robot string quintet composes and performs music >>
* Morphable Concert Hall Ceiling Shape-Shifts For Superbly Customized Sound >>
* Patented 'noise sponge' quiets combustion >>
* First 'microsubmarines' designed to help clean up oil spills >>
* Generation X is the Startup Generation >>
* Protein propels cancer through brain >>
* Navy Wants to Hide Aircraft from Heat-Seeking Missiles >>
* Are Google's Bosses Responsible, Like Murdoch, for the Culture that Led to Hacking? >>
* Marc Andreessen: On Building His VC Dream Team >>
* AI Prevents Vertical Takeoff UAV from Self-Terminating >>
* The Next Big Thing >>
* EU's top court: APIs can't be copyrighted, would "monopolise ideas" >>
* MIT and Harvard launch a ‘revolution in education’ >>
* US Army gets picky, solicits smart feed ammo system for machine guns and auto cannons >>
* Why Physicists Need Philosophers >>
* NOAA near-term weather forecasts get powerful boost from new computer model >>
* Wearable devices track people via wireless network >>
* Eye size determined by maximum running speed in mammals >>
* Fujitsu develops smallest palm vein biometric authentication sensor >>
* No-fuss device delivers entangled photons >>
* E. Coli That Cause Urinary Tract Infections are Now Resistant to Antibiotics >>
* Are We Really Still Evolving? >>
* What Part of Our Brain Makes Us Human? >>
* $60 Million Venture To Bring Harvard, MIT Online For The Masses >>
* This Treasure Hunter Says He Has Located Bin Laden’s Body >>
* Ep. 257: Viking Orbiters >>
* Beautiful, Glowing Dust in Orion >>
* A 100-gigabit highway for science >>
* Mindreader: Facebook of revelations >>
* California Meteor Found Packed With Alien Organics >>
* Here's the First Gorgeous Slow-Motion Footage from the New Phantom Camera [Video] >>
* No aliens on Mars? No problem, we will look elsewhere >>
* A Startup Uses the Cloud to Unravel DNA >>
* IMEC: 60-GHz transceiver offers 7-Gbps short range data rate >>
* Recon Scout Robot Billed As SWAT Team's Secret Weapon >>
* Overheard on CNN.com: If robots take over, what happens to money, leisure time? >>
* Hundreds of Rogue Stars Found Just Outside the Milky Way >>
* Renewing Our Commitment to Progress >>
* BBC Future column: Does the internet rewire your brain? >>
* Heart Screening Recommended For Newborns >>
* Cameron Health’s Leadless Implatable Cardiac Defibrillator Looking to Get FDA Approval >>
* Watch-Like Sensor as Effective as EEG in Measuring Seizure Severity >>
* Social Business Part II: 5 Reasons It's Different Now >>
* Why can't a machine do this? >>
* Do Gut Microbes Travel From Person to Person? >>
* HERB Can Now Microwave Meals, Lazy People Rejoice! >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 May 2012
* Volkswagen floating car concept rides the streets of China >>
* Why Star Trek's Vision of the Future is Out of Date >>
* Video: NASA’s Pursuit of Light and Big Science >>
* Who Needs a Remote-Controlled Car? >>
* Head-Mounted 3-D Mapping Device, Developed for Robots, Helps Blind People Navigate >>
* Dial-a-Bullet Tech Could Make Chain Guns Even Scarier >>
* Bandages Made of Edible Starch Could Dissolve On Your Skin Once You're Healed >>
* Boeing Engineers Just Came Up With a New Supersonic Airliner >>
* Viewing Alert: New Interview Series with Neil Armstrong >>
* Device Automatically Slices and Scans Brains, Then Puts Them Into A Google Map >>
* Astronomers have detected arsenic and selenium in ancient star for first time >>
* Physicists Crack Fusion Mystery >>
* Prometheus Screenwriter: Humans Will Never Reach Another Stars >>
* How to Spot the Future >>
* New surgical technique for removing inoperable tumors of the abdomen >>
* Google's Sebastian Thrun: 3 Visions in the Age of Disruption >>
* Herb Learns to Microwave Frozen Dinners, Robot Research Can Stop Now >>
* Intel enters mini-computer fray with Core i5-powered NUC >>
* Chris Fenton 3D-printed electromechanical computer >>
* Oracle and the End of Programming As We Know It >>
* The Robotic Moment >>
* First-of-its-kind 'Menopause Map' helps women navigate treatment >>
* SETI Telescope to Help US Air Force Track Space Junk >>
* NASA's Next Mars Probe to Spy on Red Planet from Above >>
* Roboticist creates Hugvie - Huggable vibrating pillow smartphone accessory >>
* Open Space: Wired’s New Portal to the Commercial Space Race >>
* SU has lecture by Craig Venter and Ashton Kucher as a student >>
* Meet Silicene, Single-Atom-Thick Sheets of Silicon That Could Supersede Graphene >>
* Facebook adds organ donation to Timeline Life Events >>
* Hanging with the Kids at the First Robotics Global Championship >>
* Read/Write Daily: Creative Destruction >>
* Hacked Skype IP Address Search Shows Who's Speaking From Where >>
* 3D Printing For CT Scan Analysis, Space Education >>
* Skype replaces P2P supernodes with Linux boxes hosted by Microsoft >>
* Samsung Is The New King Of Mobile >>
* Google's Sebastian Thrun: 3 Visions in the 'Age of Disruption' >>
* Facebook Engineer Is Turning The Concept‘Presence’ Into A Standalone Company >>
* Honda test house features Smart Home System for controlling energy usage >>
* Windows XP Still Most Widely-Used OS so far in 2012 >>
* Venus To Transit the Sun In June, Not Again Until 2117 >>
* Students Build Robots at New Camp in Uganda >>
* Intergalactic speed demon stars bid Mikly Way farewell >>
* Organ Donation Is a Market Problem -- And Facebook May Have Just Solved It >>
* Hugvie - the huggable communication medium with a heartbeat >>
* Jewel-like Nanowires Pretty As Well As Efficient >>
* Icy Alpine caves setting for Mars mission tests >>
* Spot a bot to stop a botnet >>
* New surgical technique for removing inoperable tumors of the abdomen >>
* Faster-ticking clock indicates early solar system evolved faster than we think >>
* US Army Wants Wireless Battery Charging Everywhere >>
* Sensor tests fruits' ripeness >>
* New Supercomputer Giveaway for Top Science Ideas >>
* Harry Potter Inspires Blood Typing Device >>
* Do Gut Microbes Travel From Person to Person? >>
* Bionic Ear Could Replace Cochlear Implants >>
* When pricing your body parts, please consult this handy infographic >>
* Psilocybin Quiets Brain's Control Centers >>
* Combating global disease with a cell phone and Google Maps >>
* New Blood Test Could Predict Breast Cancer Years in Advance >>
* Next-generation 'epigenetic' cancer pill shown to be safe in phase I trial >>
* 100-gigabit highway for science: Researchers take a 'test drive' >>
* The Jets of the Future >>
* Zyvex uses carbon nanotube composite for racing bike rims, lasts 180 times longer >>
* One in seven thinks end of world is coming >>
* Discovery Channel Crashes A Boeing 727 On Purpose >>
* Sega Begins Sales of Urine-Powered 'Toylet' Videogame >>
* New Developments for the Camera Category >>
* NASA’s STEREO Spots a New Nova >>
* Phi: a wireless re-routing card that puts you in control of the airwaves >>
* African Project Aims To Innovate in Educational Robotics >>
* Expanding an optical lattice to accelerate particles >>
* Would You Pay $3000 Extra for a Car that Drives Itself? >>
* Wearable devices track people via wireless network >>
* Technological breakthroughs to make us immortal >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 May 2012
* Affordable heads up displays for Cars >>
* Hair-Washing Robot Promises Your Hands Will Never Touch Shampoo Again >>
* Microsoft Research developing an operating system for your home >>
* 500-Million-Year-Old Gene May Show if Evolution Can Repeat Itself >>
* Apple Has Liquid Metal In Hand >>
* Research breakthrough takes supercomputing out of the lab >>
* Video: Neurobiologist David Eagleman Looks Underneath the Hood of the Brain >>
* Venus to appear in once-in-a-lifetime event >>
* Kidney Matching Software = Faster Donations >>
* Spawning Designer Lymph Nodes >>
* Scientists discover enzyme that could slow part of the aging process in astronauts >>
* Will Quantum Fusion Save the Day? >>
* Bloom Energy building factory in Delaware >>
* Get your rotor runnin': Flexrotor program takes off for next phase (w/ Video) >>
* Army to Test Microsoft's Kinect in Helicopter Cockpits >>
* A Stock Exchange for Your Personal Data >>
* Congress Wants Broken Laser to Zap North Korea’s Broken Missiles >>
* Ep. 256: Resolution >>
* iBreathAnalyzer Alcohol Detector for iPhones/iPads >>
* SpaceX Static Test Fire a Success >>
* 100 Gigabit prototype network for US scientists being test driven >>
* CISPA, the Senate, and what should be done >>
* How mirror genes in ‘Junk DNA’ control brain processes, doubling double helix >>
* Video: A Robot 'Spider' Weaves an Intricate Web >>
* Could a single pill save your marriage? >>
* NAO Robot Impresses With New Abilities At Paris Conference >>
* How the internet can read your mind >>
* Blue Origin is also trying to get Reusable Rockets >>
* 10 GHz Optical Transistor Built Out Of Silicon >>
* London Residents Get Anti-Aircraft Missiles on Their Rooftops for Olympics >>
* 'Bullet time' to stop cyber attacks on power grids >>
* Aubrey de Grey debates the goal of defeating aging entirely >>
* How, When, and Why Moore's Law Will Finally Collapse [Video] >>
* Nanofishnet First Metamaterial to Impossibly Bend Light in the Visible Spectrum >>
* Turbine Condenses Clean Water From the Air and Generates Wind Power At Same Time >>
* Neutrinos to Give High-Frequency Traders the Millisecond Edge >>
* Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: May 2012 >>
* Installation Combines Interactive 3D Projection Mapping, Robotics, And AR >>
* Video: Simon Sinek teaches leaders and organizations how to inspire people >>
* Angry Birds Space hits 50 million milestone >>
* 1 World Trade Center Becomes the Tallest Building In NYC >>
* Pirate Bay Legally Blocked in UK, Which Search Engine Will Be Next? >>
* we’ll live shitty lives forever >>
* The DATA Act Meets Salesforce.com's Government Cloud (Hopefully) >>
* The Tor Project's New Tool Aims To Map Out Internet Censorship >>
* Is Humanity Still Evolving? >>
* Machine-to-machine communication reaching tipping point >>
* How Lasers Could Help Fingerprint Conflict Minerals >>
* Video: "This house wants to defeat ageing entirely" >>
* Record-breaking radio waves discovered from ultra-cool star >>
* Honda unveils demonstration test house that features Honda Smart Home System >>
* Viewpoint: Keeping One Step Ahead of Errors >>
* The intersection of information and energy technologies >>
* Wrinkled doughnut solves geometrical mystery >>
* Rogue stars ejected from the galaxy are found in intergalactic space >>
* Humans Really Are Still Evolving, Study Finds >>
* Well: For Back Pain, Steroid Shots No More Effective Than Placebo >>
* Bright side of death: Awareness of mortality can result in positive behaviors >>
* Free public Wi-Fi powered by dog poo (you read that correctly) >>
* France's future tallest tower is getting sucked into a black hole >>
* Halting an enzyme can slow multiple sclerosis in mice >>
* Restoring hearing with discrete device: A middle-ear microphone >>
* Will Hulu Soon Require a Cable Contract? >>
* Researchers build optical transistor out of silicon, path to all-optical computing >>
* Scientists develop composite material to enhance device response time >>
* Hybrid Spaceplane Engine Could Change The Economics Of Space Travel >>
* Why bigger animals aren't always faster >>
* Commercial space shuttle prototypes fly through wind tunnel testing >>
* Video from the April 29th Virtual Star Party >>
* Aurora Over Raufarhofn >>
* OMG Space >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 April 2012
* A middle-ear microphone >>
* Laser System Paints Information on the Road Ahead >>
* Billionaire to build Titanic II >>
* Biomedicine Regenokine Therapy relieves pain >>
* One Giant Leap for Civilian Space Travel >>
* Wind Farms Might Have Warming Effect >>
* SpaceX Falcon 9 Set for Critical Engine Test Firing on Monday, April 30 >>
* The Trust Molecule >>
* The Future of Science >>
* Single nanomaterial yields many laser colors >>
* Products that Gen Y just will not buy >>
* When Will Robots Be Held To Moral Standards? >>
* Animated video shows Orion spacecraft in orbit >>
* Do People Really Want Self-Driving Cars? >>
* One year in 90 seconds >>
* Video: Sir Ken Robinson, what’s in the school of your dreams? >>
* Key tests for Skylon spaceplane project >>
* Who's in charge – you or your brain? >>
* Forget Graphene, Silicene Is Here to Blow Your Mind >>
* Army Seeking Design For Hovering “Magic Bullet” >>
* Is the brain the centre of your universe? >>
* When Will This Low-Innovation Internet Era End? >>
* They Ain’t Making Any More of Them: The Great Engineering Shortage of 2012 >>
* David Eagleman on how we constructs reality, and The Secret Lives of the Brain >>
* Atom-by-atom engineering and magnetometry of tailored nanomagnets >>
* Why Should There Be Dark Matter? >>
* Math Rules >>
* A Dangerous Sunrise on Gliese 876d >>
* Move over graphene, silicene is the new star material >>
* Skylon Robotic Spaceplane Coming To Runway Near You >>
* Same Kidney Transplanted Twice >>
* Carnival of Space 247 - Planetary Resources and other space blogging >>
* Two online books on computer vision >> and >>
* How Psychedelic Drugs Can Help Patients Face Death >>
* Futureseek Week in Review >>

Futureseek Week in Review; 23-30 April 2012
* Scobleizer: Welcome to the freaky future of 2030 >>
* Planetary Resources: Video >> Webcast >> Team >>
* Brain-controlled drones are here >>
* Prototype Quadrotor with Machine Gun! >>
* Swiss scientists demonstrate mind-controlled robot >>
* Put a robot in charge of yourself >>
* Google's Project Glass demoed for real on Charlie Rose >>
* How Google Searches the Entire Web in Half a Second >>
* Honda Car Warns You If Your Driving Style Is Likely to Cause Traffic Jams >>
* MIT demos system lets driverless vehicles communicate with pedestrians >>
* This New Super Glass Is the Fogless, Glare-Free Future >>
* Coming Soon: Planet Earth, Live-Streamed from Space >>
* 3-D Printed Exoskeletal Glove Gives Precision Control >>
* Your Brain Could be Your Password, Never Forget It Again >>
* High-tech blanket can watch you sleep >>
* Self-healing concrete? >>
* Homemade Star Trek phaser is totally badass >> >>
* Analyzing Facebook posts to deduce mood, interests, education >>
* Samsung applies for patent on emotional recognition >>
* A Billion Stars of the Milky Way >>
* Magnifying the Universe >>
* Video of Space Shuttle Enterprise Flying Over NYC >>
* Helium-filled floating wind turbine, renewable energy with style >>
* Invent a balloon shape, print it, then just blow >>
* Treat diseases before birth? correcting genetic illnesses in the womb >>
* DARPA building test bed for virtual satellite clusters >>
* Metamaterials for controlling Sound >>
* Researchers Make Paralyzed Limb Move by “Eavesdropping” on Brain >>
* Sex-for-Hire Robots Predicted by 2050 >>
* Earth Day Timelapse >>
* TV-based botnets? DoS attacks on your fridge? More plausible than you think >>
* Quantum physics mimics spooky action into the past >>
* Healing with mathematics >>
* 3D Printing Robot Produces Chairs And Tables From Recycled Waste >>
* GPS Satellites Could Improve Tsunami Advance Warning Time Tenfold >>
* Quantum Rainbow Photon Gun Unveiled >>
* Brain Scans Can Predict If You're About to Make a Math Mistake >>
* OSU Powers Up a 500 Trillion Watt Laser [Fusion] >>
* Robotic, retractable sails proposed for cargo ships to save 30% of fuel >>
* Mathematics of Eternity Prove The Universe Must Have Had A Beginning >>
* Video Shows All Roads, Air, and Shipping Routes on the Entire Planet >>
* Flip this lesson! A new way to teach with video from TED-Ed >>
* Sex Determination: More Complicated Than You Thought >>
* Just How Small Is an Atom? >>
* Researchers develop liquid solar cells that can be printed onto surfaces >>
* NASA looking into printing 'paper' spacecraft to probe Mars >>
* New DARPA Projects target medicine on demand >>
* Anti-alcoholism drug cleared for use in France >>
* DIY home for less than $3500 >>
* Finding a new Earth: Holy grail of astronomy >>
* NIST Physicists Benchmark Quantum Simulator with Hundreds of Qubits >>
* Up Close With Biodigital’s 3D Human Simulator >>
* EyeRing finger-mounted connected cam captures signs and identifies with OCR >>
* Toaster fridge? Apple CEO reveals new side >>
* Apple: Analyst Ups Target To $1,111; Worth A Trillion Bucks? >>
* Forrester: Without Jobs "Apple Will Coast, And Then Decelerate" >>
* Hypertelescope will resolve down to 1 km on exoplanets out to 20 lightyears >>
* 3D virtual fitting determines whether a pair of glasses flatters your face >>
* Military Wishlist, Smart Wound-Diagnosing Uniforms and Dogfighting Drones >>
* New App Watches Your Every Move >>
* Panasonic teams up with NHK on 145-inch 8K Super Hi-Vision plasma TV >>
* Laser Sharks Are Coming to an Ocean Near You [Video] >>
* A Flight Through the Universe >>
* Mathematics: First-ever image of a flat torus in 3D >>
* Watch MIT's robot arm weave webs like a spider >>
* Evacuated Tube Transport Could Revolutionize Travel >>
* In a Medical First, Doctors Transplant the Same Kidney Twice in Two Weeks >>
* Russian Robot Demonstrates Delicate Touch >>
* Are humans ready to become digital? BBC on Robots & Avatars >>
* Q&BA: How many exoplanets have been discovered? >>
* Google's Drive Could Complicate the Cloud >>
* Samsung TVs Can Be Hacked Into Endless Restart Loop >>
* Beautifully crafted 3D-printed guitar models that are completely playable >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28-29 April 2012
* Scobleizer: Welcome to the freaky future of 2030. https://t.co/ntjRNBTJ >>
* 3D virtual fitting tech lets you determine whether a pair of glasses flatters your face - >>
* Video: Your Brain Could be Your Password, Never Forget It Again - >>
* HelloFax Turns Google Drive Into a Fax Machine - >> >>
* Beautifully crafted 3D-printed guitar models that are completely playable - >>
* DIY home for less than $3500 >>
* Transparent graphene-based material could revolutionize wearable electronics, solar panels >>
* The MIT Center for Collective Intelligence >>
* When Will This Low-Innovation Internet Era End? >>
* The Best Photos of the Space Shuttle Flying Over New York City [Nasa] >>
* Panasonic details radar-based technology that can detect collisions in low light >>
* Developers Are Working on Television Apps, but TV Industry Is Wary >>
* Finding a new Earth: Holy grail of astronomy >>
* The Robotic Future is Fast, Cheap and Out of Control >>
* Focus: Curling Physics Unraveled >>
* Video: Google's Project Glass demoed for real on Charlie Rose >>
* Future Army Truck Inspired by the iPhone >>
* Homemade Star Trek phaser is totally badass >> >>
* Cells reprogrammed to mend a broken heart >>
* New particle discovered at CERN >>
* Honda Car Warns You If Your Driving Style Is Likely to Cause Traffic Jams >>
* Here's Video of Space Shuttle Enterprise Flying Over NYC [Video] >>
* Image of the Day: A Billion Stars of the Milky Way >>
* 100 days and counting to NASA's Curiosity Mars rover landing >>
* Video: A 3-D Printed Exoskeletal Glove Gives Precision Control >>
* Strange fat explains skin's waterproof properties >>
* Panasonic teams up with NHK on 145-inch 8K Super Hi-Vision plasma TV >>
* Printable spacecraft may flutter down on alien worlds >>
* Metamaterials step Into the light >>
* Super-accurate atomic clock sets transmission record >>
* Mathematics of Eternity Prove The Universe Must Have Had A Beginning -- Part II >>
* This $20 Trillion Rock Could Turn a Startup Into Earth’s Richest Company >>
* Self-healing concrete? >>
* New App Watches Your Every Move >>
* Laser Sharks Are Coming to an Ocean Near You [Video] >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 April 2012
* Russian Robot Demonstrates Delicate Touch >>
* Are humans ready to become digital? BBC Click feature on Robots & Avatars >>
* Q&BA: How many exoplanets have been discovered? >>
* What Particle Are You? >>
* 100 Year Starship Site Launches >>
* Outer Space – Mind Blowing Video from Jupiter and Saturn >>
* Showtime: Miguel Aragon, “A Flight Through the Universe” >>
* Titan’s Atmosphere Under Scrutiny >>
* PhD Comics Explains the Higgs Boson >>
* Faster Stochastic Optical Reconstruction Microscopy for Watching Interior of Live Cells >>
* View 4 Million Digits of Pi in a Single Image >>
* Forrester: Without Jobs "Apple Will Coast, And Then Decelerate" >>
* Chrome OS and Google Drive to get intimate in version 20 >>
* Home Heating Automation with Google Calendar [Video] >>
* UK to build Solar Orbiter satellite >>
* Google Translate now serving over 200 million people per month >>
* Samsung applies for patent on emotional recognition >>
* CISPA passes House despite opposition >>
* A Descriptive Camera >>
* Adapter Could Let Any Smartphone Camera Shoot in 3D [VIDEO] >>
* Mathematics: First-ever image of a flat torus in 3D >>
* Image Milky Way's 100 billion planets. likely 1,500 planets within 50 light-years of Earth >>
* MIT ML demos system that lets driverless vehicles communicate with pedestrians >>
* Google Talking to car companies, insurance companies about driverless car rollout >>
* Watch MIT's robot arm weave webs like a spider >>
* Hypertelescope will resolve down to 1 km on exoplanets out to 20 lightyears >>
* Ultra High Definition Televisions with glasses free 3D >>
* Honda will begin Public-road Testing a system to Prevent Traffic Jams >>
* Women have bigger pupils than men >>
* Research breakthrough for drugs via the skin >>
* Duke team turns scar tissue into heart muscle without using stem cells >>
* NASA looking into printing 'paper' spacecraft to probe Mars >>
* In a Medical First, Doctors Transplant the Same Kidney Twice in Two Weeks >>
* Creating nano-structures from the bottom up >>
* Prions eliminated in mice brains >>
* MIT launches student-produced educational video initiative >>
* Life-extending properties of buckyballs questioned >>
* This New Super Glass Is the Fogless, Glare-Free Future [Video] >>
* How Alan Turing Invented the Computer Age >>
* Planetary Resources could use Passively Orbiting Space Telescopes For High Resolution Imaging >>
* Fetal membrane transplantation helps prevent blindness >>
* Brain-controlled drones are here >>
* The Cosmic Ray Composition Problem >>
* Wolfram Alpha Can Tell You Where to Eat Now [Search] >>
* Arduino 5 Minute Tutorials: Lesson 5 – Servo Motors >>
* Will we ever correct diseases before birth? >>
* Neil deGrasse Tyson - Space as Culture >>
* Showtime: Singularity (2012) >>
* To Set the Record Straight >>
* How Small Are Atoms? >>
* Would You Wear This Cellphone-Holster Bra? [Apparel] >>
* Voice-Controlled Wheelchair Prototype >>
* Will IBM Watson Be Your Next Mayor? >>
* Tweets in Space: Or Social Media for Aliens >>
* Breaking down the language barrier—six years in >>
* Trailer: See Samsara's Stunning Time-Lapse Imagery >>
* It's Official: Google Has Lost Control of the Android Tablet Market >>
* Google’s Project Glass: An Exercise In Mediocrity? >>
* New 3D Images Let Doctors See What Causes an Irregular Heartbeat >>
* Video: Wired’s Interview with SpaceX’s Elon Musk >>
* Computer surveillance will help keep an eye on national security >>
* Space probes will be more useful with new amplifiers >>
* 3.2 Billion-Pixel Camera Telescope Gets Critical Go-Ahead >>
* Translator App Speaks in a Foreign Tongue >>
* MIT reinvents glass to be non-fogging, self-cleaning, glare-free >>
* We Are Living Longer and Eating More >>
* Space -- the next frontier for Hillary Clinton? >>
* Giant Lava Coils Seen for First Time on Mars >>
* U.S. Drones Can Now Kill Joe Schmoe Militants in Yemen >>
* The Home 3-D Printer Is More Real Than Ever--And Costs As Much As An iPad >>
* Space Shuttle & Skycrapers: How to See NASA's Enterprise Fly Over NYC >>
* Nano nod for lab-on-a-chip - University of Alberta >>
* The hidden costs of a ‘dirty bomb’ attack in L.A. >>
* Movie Spy Cameras Attack The Dying Art of Camcorder Piracy >>
* Morning, Moon, and Mercury >>
* First Sheep Cloned With "Good Fat" Is Healthier For You [Science] >>
* From D.C. To Beijing In 2 Hours – Evacuated Tube Transport Could Revolutionize Travel >>
* Who Is To Blame When A Robotic Car Crashes? >>
* The Singularity Hub Accelerated Tech News Returns with Episode III! >>
* From embryonic stem cells, a sperm replacement and easier path to genetic modification >>
* Breakthrough in understanding macular degeneration >>
* Neurons in Bird Brains Encode Earth's Magnetic Field, Giving Reliable Internal GPS >>
* The Generation X report >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 April 2012
* Researchers develop a path to liquid solar cells that can be printed onto surfaces >>
* Anti-alcoholism drug cleared for use in France >>
* With RNA edits, fly guys lose mating skill >>
* NIST Physicists Benchmark Quantum Simulator with Hundreds of Qubits >>
* Magnify the Universe >>
* Robots could be blamed for mistakes on the battlefield >>
* Samsung announces 1.4GHz Exynos 4 Quad as basis for Galaxy S3 >>
* Project Aether films northern lights at 100,000 feet using a GoPro camera on a balloon >>
* Apple "10 Years" Behind Microsoft When It Comes To Security >>
* Perifoveal Display tracks head positioning, highlights changing data on secondary LCDs >>
* Water central to detailed asteroid mining mission plan >>
* App-Enhanced Pavement Turns Roads Into Wireless Hotspots [Video] >>
* Why is our universe fine-tuned for life? Brian Greene >>
* Up Close With Biodigital’s 3D Human Simulator [TCTV] >>
* Former MakerBot exec launches Solidoodle sub-$500 3D printer >>
* Demo Spring 2012: Modified Phone Provides On-demand Assistance to Blind Users >>
* Why do stars seem to "know" what type of galaxy they will inhabit? >>
* Does the quantum wave function represent reality? >>
* Galaxies Defy Astronomers' Expectations >>
* Must watch: Neil deGrasse Tyson Discusses the Link Between Space and Culture [Video] >>
* Brain may not be hard wired to link numbers and space >>
* NASA's New Deep-Space J-2X Rocket Motor is Ready For More Tests >>
* Just a few cell clones can make heart muscle >>
* Meteor Over Crater Lake >>
* You Can Take 3D Photo Tours of Famous Places in Google Maps Now [Video] >>
* Chemical 3D printing takes apps beyond the digital >>
* Psychologists Use Social Networking Behavior to Predict Personality Type >>
* Lab on a chip for genetic testing >>
* Protecting your brain: ‘use it or lose it’ >>
* Technicolour clones reveal how hearts build themselves >>
* You've Never Seen Your Console Controllers Like This Before >>
* Algorithmic incentives >>
* An Astonishing Connection Between Web Operations and Medical Care >>
* TED’s New Site Turns Any YouTube Video Into a Lesson >>
* An Astonishing Connection Between Web Operations and Medical Care >>
* "IBM'S Watson Conquering Expert Medical Diagnoses" >>
* EyeRing finger-mounted connected cam captures signs and identifies them with OCR >>
* Internet doomsday gets closer >>
* Apple: Analyst Ups Target To $1,111; Worth A Trillion Bucks? >>
* Metamaterials Step Into the Light >>
* Minivan sized meteor packed explosive power >>
* Apple Worldwide Developers Conference sells out in 2 hrs. No scalping allowed. >>
* For Couples, New Source of Online Friction >>
* AnTuTu pegs Galaxy S III as most powerful Android device, potentially reveals its specs >>
* Toaster fridge? Apple CEO reveals new side >>
* Japan astronomers find most distant galaxy cluster >>
* Genomes of two champion bulls sequenced >>
* Is Your Job Killing Your Creativity? >>
* Nano nod for lab-on-a-chip >>
* New tests monitor brain health during children's heart surgery >>
* Research estimates lifetime of Titan’s chemical factory >>
* Electron politics: Physicists probe organization at the quantum level >>
* NIST physicists benchmark quantum simulator with hundreds of qubits >>
* X-rays reveal molecular arrangements for better printable electronics >>
* Watching neurons learn >>
* How Worrying About Money Affects Your Health >>
* Physicists probe organization at the quantum level >>
* Fusion Wins Big in House Spending Bill >>
* Amazing Video of Saturn Stitched Together from Old NASA Photos >>
* A mad cow in America >>
* Quantum cruncher beats today's computers by 1080 >>
* Outer Space – Mind Blowing Video from Jupiter and Saturn >>
* Flip this lesson! A new way to teach with video from TED-Ed >>
* How could you create artificial gravity? [Space] >>
* Realistic robotic ExoHand to use its powers for good not evil >>
* DRM is not the future: Tor goes DRM-free for all e-books [Books] >>
* NIST Mini-sensor Measures Magnetic Activity in Human Brain >>
* The Importance of Being Social | Streams of Consciousness >>
* Robots are going after your prostate with knives [Robot] >>
* Dawn Reveals More of Vesta’s Secrets >>
* Deep designs: Catch the next wave >>
* Moore’s law lives another day >>
* Molecules to Medicine: Have You Thanked a Clinical Researcher Today? >>
* Matchmaking scientists with adventurers >>
* SpaceX Docking at Space Station Set to Free Data Stuck in Orbit >>
* Hunt is on for pieces of van-sized California meteor >>
* The Suit That Will Help Felix Baumgartner Withstand A 120,000-Foot Free Fall >>
* This Avatar Android Will Perform Life-Threatening Work on the ISS [Video] >>
* Video: Flying Objects Punch Through Saturnian Ring, Blazing Glittery Trails of Space Dust >>
* 2012 Military Wishlist Features Smart Wound-Diagnosing Uniforms and Dogfighting Drones >>
* The President of the United States Plays with Tiny Robot iPhone Ball [Video] >>
* New Study Finds Vast Galactic Network, No Sign of Dark Matter >>
* Liquid solar cells can be painted onto surfaces >>
* Electron politics: Physicists probe organization at the quantum level >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 April 2012
* Swiss scientists demonstrate mind-controlled robot >>
* Put a robot in charge of yourself >>
* Coming Soon: Planet Earth, Live-Streamed from Space [VIDEO] >>
* Planetary Resources: The Video >>
* Planetary Resources Liveblogging the Conference Part 1 >>
* Planetary Resources Conference Part 2 >>
* Planetary Resources' Crazy Plan to Mine an Asteroid May Not Be So Crazy >>
* Are Brain Waves and Heartbeats the Future of Passwords? [VIDEO] >>
* Google's Drive Could Complicate the Cloud >>
* Robotic rover books a ticket for the Moon, to do some ice prospecting >>
* Precise molecular surgery in the plant genome >>
* The World's First Undersea Mine Is Opening Off The Coast Of Papua New Guinea >>
* With New Educational Platform, TED Gives Teachers The Keys To A Flipped Classroom >>
* Sex Determination: More Complicated Than You Thought >>
* The Proxima Centauri Planet Hunt >>
* Intel releases 22 nanometer featured chips on track for 2014 with 14 nanometers >>
* The robot revolution is just beginning >>
* Buckeyes to fire 500 trillion watt laser May 15th in a short, cheap burst >>
* Introducing Google Drive... yes, really >>
* Samsung TVs Can Be Hacked Into Endless Restart Loop >>
* Firefox 12 Released — Introduces Silent, Chrome-like Updater >>
* Approximations >>
* Finding ET may require giant robotic leap >>
* Humans Willing to Blame Robots for Causing Harm >>
* World's largest digital camera project passes critical milestone >>
* Stanford study points to potential treatment for stroke >>
* Brain not required for antidepressant to act >>
* New microdevice enables culture of circulating tumor cells for cancer treatment >>
* In New Quantum Experiment, Effect Happens Before Cause >>
* Question About Space Weather? NASA Scientists Have Answers >>
* Robotic, retractable sails proposed for cargo ships to save 30% of fuel >>
* Evolution of Earth Life Triggered by Supernova During Solar-System Milky Way Orbit >>
* Mathematics of Eternity Prove The Universe Must Have Had A Beginning >>
* First Treatment for Prion-Based Brain Diseases Involves Glowing Polymers >>
* This Incredible Video Shows All Roads, Air, and Shipping Routes on the Entire Planet >>
* New DARPA Projects target medicine on demand, making materials >>
* Mind-reading-robots, partially paralyzed man controls movements of a 1-foot-tall robot >>
* Creating nanostructures from the bottom up >>
* The Best of Hubble: 22 Years of Amazing Images >>
* Here Are the 61 Organizations With Permission To Fly Drones [Drones] >>
* Polarized radial fibre laser >>
* Brain study reveals how successful students overcome math anxiety >>
* Why Mining an Asteroid for Water and Precious Metals Isn't as Crazy as it Sounds >>
* This house wants to defeat aging entirely: de Grey vs. Blakemore >>
* Changing The Teeth On The World's Largest Tunnel-Boring Machine >>
* A Mystery 140 Years in the Making >>
* Some US Dams just need hydroelectric equipment to generate xtra 12 Gigawatts >>
* Will You Use Google Drive? >>
* NASA's Webb Telescope flight backplane section completed >>
* Junk DNA senses viral infection: Promising tool in battle between pathogen & host >>
* Following life's chemistry to the earliest branches on the tree of life >>
* Robotic rover books a ticket for the Moon, to do some ice prospecting >>
* New DARPA Projects target medicine on demand >>
* Polarized radial fibre laser >>
* Sex Determination: More Complicated Than You Thought >>
* To Read All Privacy Policies You Encounter, You'd Need A Month Off Each Year >>
* Nano Self-Assembly Enables Precision Manufacturing >>
* Alan Turing: Mathematical Biologist? >>
* Making Chips to Probe Genes >>
* Demo Spring 2012: Simply Useful >>
* Can an Algorithm Write a Better News Story Than a Human Reporter? >>
* OLED Display Blocks pack six 128 x 128 panels, we go hands-on at MIT (video) >>
* How Ancient Viruses Invaded Our Genomes, New Clues Discovered >>
* Just How Small Is an Atom? >>
* Weaving Tissue-Engineered Blood Vessels Together May Make Them Less Costly >>
* Alzheimer’s Test Will Soon Be Available, Concerns About How It Will Be Used >>
* Space Shuttle Enterprise’s New York Arrival Delayed Again >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 April 2012
* How Google Searches the Entire Web in Half a Second [VIDEO] >>
* DARPA building test bed for virtual satellite clusters >>
* Metamaterials for controlling Sound >>
* Pixel Qi has a 2048x1536 resolution screen that works in sunlight >>
* Tech Billionaires Plan Audacious Mission to Mine Asteroids >>
* Sex-for-Hire Robots Predicted by 2050 >>
* TV-based botnets? DoS attacks on your fridge? More plausible than you think >>
* 3D nano boxes self-assemble with precision >>
* Astronomy Cast, Ep: 258: Viking Landers >>
* GPS Satellites Could Improve Tsunami Advance Warning Time Tenfold >>
* Private Spaceflight Company SpaceX Has Lofty Goal: Help Save Humanity >>
* Quantum physics mimics spooky action into the past >>
* Healing with mathematics >>
* Researchers find mechanism that gives plants 'balance' >>
* Scientists see solution to critical barrier to fusion >>
* Miniature honeycomb 'grows nerve' >>
* Men set to live as long as women >>
* The real Green Lantern: street lamps powered by algae >>
* Video: Quadrotor with machine gun is so fake we wish it were real >>
* 3D Printing Robot Produces Chairs And Tables From Recycled Waste >>
* The eye limits the brain's learning potential >>
* Quantum Rainbow Photon Gun Unveiled >>
* Video: Last Year's DARPA Hypersonic Glider Test Failed When Vehicle Sped Right Out of Its Own Skin >>
* Cadillac's ‘Super Cruise' Mode Will Keep You In Your Lane Automatically >>
* XNA (Not DNA) May Form Basis for Life on Alien Planets >>
* Wearable muscle suit makes heavy lifting a cinch >>
* Evaporating Blobs of the Carina Nebula <br> >>
* Transplantable Blood Vessels Woven from Lab-Grown Human Tissue >>
* Mining the Sky for Resources? (guest blog by David Brin) >>
* Science Will Never Explain Why There's Something Rather Than Nothing >>
* Costs of 'dirty bomb' attack in Los Angeles >>
* Special Report: The Private Space Taxi Race >>
* Why Exercise Warm-Ups Might Be Even More Important Than You Thought >>
* Whether the digital era improves society is up to its users – that's us >>
* Xenotransplantation as a therapy for type 1 diabetes >>
* AT&T Wants to Put Your Voice in Charge of Apps >>
* Viewpoint: Rethinking the Neutrino >>
* Android trojan steals keystrokes using phone movements >>
* Artificial nanopore production could lead to early detection of disease >>
* Cadillac's ‘Super Cruise' Mode Will Keep You In Your Lane Automatically >>
* Proxima Centauri: Looking at the Nearest Star >>
* Ancient virus DNA thrives in us >>
* Nano Robo-Fly >>
* High-tech blanket can watch you sleep >>
* Planetary Resources Asteroid Mining Video >>
* Triple Sunset on HD 188753 Ab >>
* German scientists unveil 'intelligent' tyre for all weather >>
* How Asteroid Mining Could Work (Infographic) >>
* OSU Powers Up a 500 Trillion Watt Laser [Fusion] >>
* Checkpoint protein is key to cancer drugs >>
* Computing the best high-resolution 3-D tissue images >>
* Evaporating Blobs of the Carina Nebula >>
* Game Developers Get a Lot of Death Threats >>
* Graphene lenses for electrons >>
* Jimmy Wales to Hollywood: You're Doomed (And Not Because of Piracy) >>
* Medical 'lightsabers': Laser scalpels get ultrafast, ultra-accurate makeover >>
* Mining the Sky for Resources? (guest blog by David Brin) >>
* NASA - Hubble Peeks inside a Stellar Cloud >>
* Quantum physics mimics spooky action into the past >>
* Robots fighting wars could be blamed for mistakes on the battlefield >>
* Scientists see solution to critical barrier to fusion >>
* Software Engineering Is a Dead-End Career, Says Bloomberg >>
* Special Report: The Private Space Taxi Race >>
* Stunning Timelapse: Range of Light >>
* TV-based botnets? DoS attacks on your fridge? More plausible than you think >>
* The Scientific Method Versus Scientific Evidence In the Courtroom >>
* To make boron sheets, focus on the holes >>
* Today in Mind Reading: Brain Scans Can Predict If You're About to Make a Math Mistake >>
* Xenotransplantation as a therapy for type 1 diabetes >>
* Watch it Fly and Spy >>
* Magnifi iPhone Adapter for Microscopes, Telescopes, Etc. >>
* Researchers Make Paralyzed Limb Move by “Eavesdropping” on the Brain’s Neural Commands >>
* Researchers Develop Non-Invasive PET Imaging Options for Alzheimer’s Disease >>
* Cybram 001 Simulator Helps Med Students Practice Brain Surgery (video) >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 April 2012
* Earth Day Timelapse >>
* This Earth Day, buy a $60 light bulb that lasts 20 years >>
* Invent a balloon shape, print it, then just blow >>
* Helium-filled floating wind turbine, renewable energy with style >>
* Analyzing Facebook posts to deduce mood, interests, education >>
* MITx: Another Disruptive Educational Technology >>
* IBM demos 1.2 terahertz graphene photonic nitch filter >>
* Will Automated Cars Save Fuel? >>
* TSA Tests Automated ID Authentication >>
* Eating Meat Helped Early Humans Reproduce >>
* Perch’s Interactive Displays Could Change the Way You Shop for Shoes [VIDEO] >>
* On Education: Robo-Readers Used to Grade Test Essays >>
* Controlling heat flow with atomic-level precision >>
* Intel's Ivy Bridge chips launch using '3D transistors >>
* First Full Observable-Universe Simulation >>
* If Not Dark Matter, Then What? >>
* Rare Transit of Venus Coming in June >>
* Treat diseases before birth? Scientists hope to correct genetic illnesses in the womb >>
* New technique may help severely damaged nerves regrow and restore function >>
* Personal manufacturing and consumer 3D printing: moving novelty to utility >>
* Evidence against Dark Matter for modified gravity would mean chance for FTL if true >>
* Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson: Keynote: 28th National Space Symposium https://t.co/GlQNcu8c
* How Big Data Is Changing Astronomy (Again) >>
* Soft Robotics Takes Shape >>
* NASA Dials Smartphone Satellites for Space Exploration >>
* Nokia's Insane 41-Megapixel Phone Was Used to Make a Commercial [Video] >>
* Read Offline: News.me Automatically Downloads Your News Whenever You Leave Home >>
* Brain Freeze Cause Discovered: Link To Migraines >>

utureseek Daily Link Review; 22 April 2012
* 120000 enroll in MITx online Circuits and Electronics course >>
* Nikon P510 brings 42x zoom the longest out there >>
* Stunning Footage From an Alien Planet: Earth >>
* Closing in on Alpha Centauri >>
* Microsoft Patent Hints At Search Results Tailored To User's Mood, Intelligence >> >>
* Tech's Next Feats? Maybe On-Demand Kidneys, Robot Sex, Cheap Solar, Lab Meat >>
* Doco: Frontiers of Deep Space >>
* Synthetic DNA, XNA May Allow Artificial Lifeforms >>
* Sound waves help quantum computers scale up >>
* NASA Reconstruction of the Historic Apollo 8's Earthrise Is Simply Beautiful [Video] >>
* Physicists turn to Maxwell`s equations for self-bending light >>
* Regal Group teams up with Sony to bring subtitle glasses to theaters >>
* Ha... Apple CEO Tim Cook Never Visited Valve >>
* Asteroid takeout—a one-billionaire mission to bring a 500-ton asteroid to Earth by 2025 >>
* Scanning the brain for impending error >>
* Competing systems for wearable solar power >>
* Photoreceptor transplant restores vision in mice >>
* Doco: The Extraordinary Genius of Albert Einstein >>
* New Stem Cell Found in the Brain >>
* Planetary Resources Co-Founder Aims To Create Space 'Gold Rush' >>
* Adapter Puts iPhones on Telescopes >>
* Google app review video shows Share to 'Drive' option >>
* It’s the Economy: Is This Really the Golden Age for Inventors? >>
* New motor can cut space exploration costs >>
* Childhood trauma linked to schizophrenia >>
* Google execs, director Cameron in space venture >>
* Ageing genes discovered >>
* Ethical and Legal Issues in Human-Machine Mergers, or “The Cyborgs Cometh” >>
* Bringing Mars back to Earth >>
* Brain signals move hand, but not via spine >>
* Is your liver driving your desire to eat? >>
* DARPA releases cause of hypersonic glider anomaly >>
* Khan Academy and 23andMe Link Up For Genetics Education >>
* NYC-Bound Space Shuttle Prototype Enterprise Reunited with Carrier Aircraft >>
* NASA to Test Air Force Drone for Quiet Supersonic Flight >>
* New free online computer-science courses from Princeton, Stanford, UMich, Penn >>
* We're closing in on consciousness in the brain >>
* Researchers boost efficiency of multi-hop wireless networks >>
* Enzymes Grow Artificial DNA >>
* EMIEW2, The New And Improved Office Robot From Hitachi >>
* Mammoth Turbine Blimp Takes Flight [Video] >>
* The World's First Bionic Foot Mimics Flexion to Aid Gait [Video] >>
* Scientists Identify 10 Breast Cancer Sub-types with DNA analysis >>
* Flying object propels itself by flipping inside out >>
* Megaupload Trial May Never Happen, Judge Says >>
* Solar Power Efficiency Chart for Different Technologies >>
* Progress on compressed air power storage >>
* Evolution seen in 'synthetic DNA' >>
* Perhaps the Most Epic HD Time-Lapse Video of the Northern Lights Ever >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 April 2012
* New brain-machine interface moves a paralyzed hand >>
* Barobo's Mobot goes up for pre-order, slinks toward your impressionable children (video) >>
* AT&T Translator app hands-on: smashing the language barrier (video) >>
* Robot Readable World Shows Us Life Through the Eyes of Machines >>
* Huoratron's Software Would Generate New Remix for Every Download >>
* Brain artery model simulates cerebral function >>
* Moving Asteroids by leveraging Gravitational Manifolds >>
* Bio-Acoustics, Haptic Steering Wheels, RFID Everywhere: This is the Future According to AT&T [Video] >>
* Kidney stone mystery solved >>
* How the First Life on Earth Struggled to Survive >>
* NIST mini-sensor measures magnetic activity in human brain >>
* Nature-inspired, first 3D-printed car body may set the pace for a new mode of manufacturing >>
* The Doctor's Sonic Screwdriver is now a real thing [Video] >>
* If this video doesn't make you grin like an idiot, there might be something wrong with you [Video] >>
* Could a microwave save your electronics during an EMP attack? [Video] >>
* More questions than answers: Six-legged baby has extra limbs removed >>
* Neal Stephenson on science fiction, building towers 20 kilometers high … and insurance >>
* Nanomaterials offer new hope for cerebral palsy >>
* The World's First Transgenic, 'Handmade' Cloned Sheep is Alive and Well in China >>
* Groundbreaking device improves laser accuracy in surgeries >>
* Contour Crafting printing structures on the moon >>
* Printable Spacecraft >>
* Self-Inflating Tubes Let You Control Your Bike's Tire Pressure While Riding >>
* First atomic-scale real-time movies of platinum nanocrystal growth in liquids >>
* Could computers ever beat the best 'go' players? Although unthinkable, this could soon become possible >>
* Magnetic Josephson effect' seen for the first time >>
* Neal Stephenson Takes Blame For Innovation Failure >>
* Cryobots Could Drill Into Icy Moons With Remote Fiber-Optic Laser Power >>
* Reverse Innovation and the Myth of Cannibalization >>
* Google Drive Interface Leaked in Employee Presentation >>
* Why Innovators Don't Always Win >>
* Qbo Robots Now Up for Pre-Order >>
* The Whole Story on Dark Matter >>
* IEEE: The science of mind reading is further along than you might think >>
* No proof found that gum disease causes heart disease or stroke >>
* Details around Asteroid Retrieval plans and what is in the Near Earth Asteroids >>
* For the First Time, Electrons are Observed Splitting into Smaller Quasi-Particles >>
* Discovery Departs >>
* Serious Blow to Dark Matter Theories? >>
* Upgrades to Killer Drone Could Make It Fly for 2 Days Straight >>
* The Secret of Perfect Tightrope Walking [Mad Science] >>
* Artificially evolved enzyme could protect us against nerve gas attacks [Biology] >>
* ‘Seeing’ Cosmic Rays in Space >>
* New brain-machine interface moves a paralyzed hand >>
* Lockheed Martin extends 3D printing to manufacturing and custom vehicles. >>
* Cryobots Could Drill Into Icy Moons With Remote Fiber-Optic Laser Power >>
* To control a network, find the pattern >>
* Scientists show how social interaction and teamwork lead to human intelligence >>
* The Next Generation of Scientists (Infographic) >>
* Milky Way Appears to be Void of Dark Matter: The Mystery of Dark Matter Deepens >>
* YouTube Improves Audio Editing With New Interface and More Tracks >>
* Why some countries succeed and others fail? >>
* Discovery Enters Eternal Smithsonian Home as Historic Relic >>
* Is R&D Really The Secret Sauce? >>
* In Google's Moon Race, Teams Face a Reckoning >>
* Nanocoating Encourages Bone Growth in Hip Replacements >>
* Create a Stop-Motion Masterpiece With ‘Lego Super Hero Movie Maker’ >>
* iiNet: ISP Not Liable For BitTorrent Piracy, High Court Rules >>
* Discovery Enters Eternal Smithsonian Home as Historic Relic >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 April 2012
* New water-resistant coating protects your phone, the planet (video) >>
* Peter Diamandis of the Xprize gets big billionaire backing for asteroid mining >>
* Brain Implants Help Paralyzed Monkeys Get a Grip >>
* Will Cell Phones Be Able to See Through Walls? New Research Says Yes [VIDEO] >>
* Light Bends Itself into an Arc >>
* Evacuated Tube Transport could take you around the world in just 6 hours >>
* No single ‘God spot’ in human brain >>
* Porn May 'Shut Down' Part of Your Brain >>
* Terahertz-Band Cell Phones Could See Through Walls >>
* Sentient Developments Podcast: Episode 2012.04.16 >>
* New Physics and Future Medicine >>
* How to Capture a Dragon in Space >>
* Spring-Loaded Nanoparticles Sense Proteases >>
* Webb Telescope spinoff technologies already seen in some industries >>
* Nanodot-based memory sets new world speed record >>
* Mass-Production Sends Robot Insects Flying >>
* Google founders and others appear to be putting together an Asteroid mining venture >>
* Light saves energy by shutting off when you blink >>
* Dinosaurs Grew to Outpace Their Young >>
* Reversing a heart attack: scientists reprogram scar tissue into working muscle >>
* Watch it Rain on the Sun >>
* The “eye-tech” future of vision >>
* Breast cancer rules rewritten in 'landmark' study >>
* Google patent purchases hint at AR helmets >>
* Finding ET may require giant robotic leap >>
* Nanoparticle Coating Makes Paper Magnetic, Waterproof, and Antibacterial >>
* JUICE to Jupiter Could Be ESA’s Next Major Science Mission >>
* Hand paralysis reversed in monkeys >>
* Ancient Genes and Modern Science Deliver Salt-Tolerant Wheat >>
* Stem cells help night-blind, bald, heartbroken mice >>
* Physicists observe the splitting of an electron inside a solid >>
* Brain Scans Can Reliably Predict Future Behavior, Including Eating and Sex >>
* Can Stem Cells Finally Provide a Baldness Cure That Works? >>
* Shuttle over DC: 'I have flown the shuttle piggy-back' >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 April 2012
* Bucky Balls Could Double Your Lifespan >>
* Cyborg Clams Power Motor as 'Living Batteries' >>
* VIDEO: Discovery's final journey begins >>
* VIDEO: The science of smiling >>
* Apple's Secret Plan For Its Cash Stash >>
* Fine-scale analysis of the human brain yields insight into its distinctive composition >>
* The Future of Connected Cars: What Audi is Driving Towards >>
* Report: Wearable Computing Will Soon Intensify The Platform Wars >>
* Software reveals what makes a catchy movie line >>
* Dinosaurs became extinct 'due to laying eggs' >>
* NOAA Releases New Views of Earth's Ocean Floor >>
* Is the Internet reaching its limit? >>
* Canon shows off prototype 30-inch 4K reference display, won't put a price tag on love >>
* Curved panel gives more depth to 3D projections, we take a look at NAB (video) >>
* Technology should help us share, not constrain us >>
* New Wafers For 3-D Transistors >>
* Sandia National Laboratories generates neutrons in a radical way >>
* Affordable, Rapid Bootstrapping of Space Industry and Solar System Civilization >>
* Powerful X-ray technique reveals structure of printable electronics >>
* Plans for Quantum Vacuum Thruster project discussed at the NASA Space Forum >>
* Magnetic fields can send particles to infinity >>
* Adult stem cells regenerate hair in mice >>
* Scientists discover 'switch' in plants to create flowers >>
* Air Force Wing Takes Mere Hours to Blast 1,000 Mock Targets >>
* Make your own drugs with a 3D printer >>
* Antares and Clouds >>
* Possible Breakthroughs to over 250,000 Specific Impulse Propulsion >>
* VIDEO: World's tallest freestanding tower >>
* How To Perfect Realtime Crowdsourcing >>
* Can images stop data overload? >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 April 2012
* Video: 3-D Printing Customized Chemistry Labware to Replace the Common Beaker >>
* Fullerene C60 administration doubles rat lifespan with no toxicity >>
* Mavericks invent future Internet where Cisco is meaningless >>
* Flame-Shooting Robot Uses Kinect Tracking >>
* Video: Bizarre Magnetic Ferrofluids Will Blow Your Mind >>
* Microsoft job ads hint at a browser-based version of Skype based on HTML5 >>
* Tinted Windows that Generate Electricity >>
* Why Drones Could Be the Future of Missile Defense >>
* Forget the business case, open online courses are about learning >>
* What it takes to build great machine learning products >>
* RED unveils Dragon sensor upgrade, turns Epic and Scarlet into a 6K camera >>
* REDray 4K cinema laser projector and player eyes-on (video) >>
* RED Dragon 6K sensor upgrade eyes-on (video) >>
* Gold Nanoparticles Help Red Blood Cells Deliver Drugs >>
* Researchers solve scaling challenge for multi-core chips >>
* Evolution Robotics CEO On Selling Robots And Cleaning Floors >>
* Nano-syringe delivers combination, targeted brain cancer therapy >>
* Nematodes ‘speak’ a universal language >>
* Extreme salmonella’s Trojan Horse trick >>
* Aging of the brain: Genetic modifications now identified >>
* Nanosponges soak up oil again and again >>
* New Time-Lapse Video Shows Astronauts’ View of Earth From the Space Station >>
* Breathtaking new photos of Space Shuttle Discovery preparing for its final flight >>
* Super detailed solar system app will turn you into a space geek >>
* Google Drive cloud service could come with 5GB of free storage >>
* Gamma-Rays Prove Einstein Right: Space-Time Is Smooth | Video >>
* Beautiful Image: The Moon as Seen from the Space Station >>
* Network Science Reveals The Cities That Lead The World's Music Listening Habits >>
* Scientist Uses Physics to Escape a $400 Traffic Ticket [Genius] >>
* Is There Really a Fourth Dimension? Yes and No [Video] >>
* The Eagle Nebula from Kitt Peak <br> >>
* The Viking Mars Missions May Have Discovered Life in 1976 >>
* Crowd-Sourcing Expands Power of Brain Research >>
* Video: Mood-Sensing Robot Prison Guard Begins First Real-World Test in Korea >>
* Aubrey dr Grey discusses SENS Life Extension Projects >>
* The Navy's New Badass Drone Hunts Mines Wherever They Hide >>
* Samsung To Unveil Galaxy S III on May 3rd >>
* Ultra-sensitive electrical biosensor unlocks potential for instant diagnostic devices >>
* 1960s Hover Scooter: When Real Men Strode Atop Deadly Spinning Fan Blades >>
* SENS Annual reports increased funding and research progress for antiaging >>
* X-rays create a window on glass formation >>
* Happy Memories Become Less Special If You Talk About Them >>
* Transfer of Life-Bearing Meteorites from Earth to Other Planets >>
* Bonobo Chat: An app for communicating with apes >>
* Mysterious 'Majorana Fermion'--Could Revolutionize Understanding of Dark Matter & QC >>
* Magnetic Super-Paper Can Shrug Off Water and Bacteria >>
* Police Recording More and More: Cars, Uniforms, and Equipment With Cameras >>
* Your IQ Depends on a Single Gene >>
* Apes' Simple Nests Are Feats of Engineering >>
* The Sun Spits Out a Coronal Mass Ejection >>
* Incredible video shows how 100 years of shipping changed the world from 1750-1850 >>
* Watch the TEDxSummit intro video: The power of x >>
* Tiny Puddle-Dwelling Beasties and Their Eggs Might Survive Interplanetary Travel >>
* Inflatable mat gets you started on your Jesus impression >>
* Secrets of Molecule that Helped Build the Universe Exposed >>
* Video: Must-See Solar Flare Explodes From Sun’s Surface >>
* Secure Virtual Machine Server for Military Applications >>
* What Happened to the Iceberg That Sank the Titanic? >>
* Intel introduces 400GB and 800GB Solid-State Drive 910 series for data centers >>
* Asteroid craters on Earth give clues in search for life on Mars >>
* 3D printing process developed at the University of Glasgow could enable DIY Drugstore >>
* Gene with a key role in neuronal survival identified >>
* Windows 8 To Come in Three Editions (You Want The Last One) [Windows 8] >>
* Who Has Control Over Your Time? >>
* All-Optical Networks: the Last Piece of the Puzzle >>
* Internet-of-Things Dwarfs People-to-People Comm >>
* The Apple II Turns 35 Today >>
* Moores' Law Extended for Multi-Core Scaling >>
* DJI multi-rotor aircraft with Ruling live video feed controller hands-on (video) >>
* Boeing 787 set for first biofuel-powered flight tonight >>
* SENS5 Video: Caleb Finch on the Future of Human Life Spans >>
* Space Shuttle in Extreme Detail: Exclusive New Pictures >>
* Maps reveal where lightning will strike next >>
* Specific Genes Linked to Big Brains and Intelligence >>
* The Extended Mind: Recent Experimental Evidence >>
* Real Life Humanoid Robot Battles >>
* Talking plants >>
* Chaotic Moon Labs' Board of Awesomeness >>
* A Geological Timescale for Young-Earth Creationists >>
* Gender: The Future >>
* The Nanocentury: Bringing Digital Control to the Physical World >>
* Neil deGrasse Tyson On Why We Should Avoid Extinction >>
* BioDigital Human at TEDMED 2012 >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 April 2012
* Robo-guard the South Korean correction service robot says 'stay out of trouble' >>
* Startup Puts the Internet in Your Couch Cushions >>
* New 3D printing process could lead to DIY drugstores >>
* Sergey Brin: Web Freedom Faces Its Greatest Threat Ever >>
* Hospitals try voice recognition for health records >>
* Zero Degrees of Empathy- "consider replacing evil with the idea of empathy-erosion".>>
* First intelligence gene discovered >>
* Oracle-Google row goes to court >>
* BBC Horizon - Defeating Cancer (2012) >>
* Nanotech Scientist Creates Waterproof, Magnetic, Antibacterial Paper >>
* Whatever happened to the iceberg that sank the Titanic? >>
* How To Make VPNs Even More Secure >>
* Shuttle Discovery Mated to 747 Carrier for her Final Flight to Smithsonian Home >>
* The Unicorn Constellation is just as beautiful as you'd expect >>
* Open science Wikis >>
* One of the most terrifyingly incomprehensible theories in physics...explained! >>
* The Scale Of The Universe 2? Animation Made By 14-Year-Olds Is Mind Blowing >>
* "Space is 4D" --Theory Claims that Time is Not the 4th Dimension >>
* Structure of printable electronics revealed >>
* DARPA sets sights on high-tech contact lenses >>
* Real Electricity Flows from Virtual Power Plants >>
* Ablogalypse >>
* The Energy of the Future >>
* Are Apple And Valve Cooperating on an Answer to Google Glasses? - Forbes >>
* SOPA returns in secret back-room dealings, says MPAA's Chris Dodd >>
* You Can Reboot Your Computer; Why Not Your Car? >>
* Meizu MX Quad-core launching with Android 4.0 in June, gets 32GB and 64GB flavors >>
* Canon Cinema EOS-1D C 4K camera hands-on >>
* Four-year-old Heidi Hankins joins Mensa with 159 IQ >>
* How open is your internet? An interactive >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 April 2012
* The Whole Universe from One Satellite's Eyes >>
* Breadwomen ‘The Richer Sex >>
* Say goodbye to search and hello to BrainSpace >>
* Robotic block party puts new high-tech creations on display >>
* Behind-The-Scenes Instagram Story You Need To Read >>
* The Navy's New Unmanned Boat Can Roam Up To 1,200 Miles Guided By A Satellite >>
* Prostate cancer vaccine uses DNA to fight disease >>
* VIDEO: Nasa hosts moonbuggy race >>
* Court Rules Software Not Protected By Fed Crime Laws >>
* Don’t tell me the sky is the limit when there are footprints on the moon. —Brandt Paul >>
* This Inkjet Prints Self-Folding Origami [Video] >>
* Augmented Reality: Innovega combo contact-lens heads-up wearable >>
* Scientists discover tool that uncrosses chromosomes >>
* Robert Zubrin makes the case against Population Control >>
* Physicists continue work to abolish time as fourth dimension of space >>
* TEDMED 2012 Day 4 – The ABCs: Artificial Hearts, Big Data, and Chronic Diabesity >>
* Neutrium: The Most Neutral Hypothetical State of Matter Ever >>
* Quantum Vacuum Propulsion >>
* Decision-making can and must be learned -- new test measures risk intelligence >>
* Google's Intelligence Is More Baboon Than Human >>
* Titanic, 100 Years Later: A Tragedy in Photos >>
* Apple CEO Spotted At A Huge Videogame Maker, Prompting Whispers Of A Deal >>
* Rumors Are Circulating About China's Internet 'Kill Switch >>
* Property rights in space? It's debatable >>
* Astroturfing Cold Fusion: Making the Promise Seem Real >>
* Man uses physics to fight $400 traffic ticket >>
* How many people could live on earth using 10 kilowatts per year of clean energy >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 April 2012
* Counting penguins from space >>
* Lasers: Protecting the Starship >>
* Do "advanced" dinosaurs rule other planets? Uh, no. >>
* NASA wants ideas for Martian visit >>
* Planets Paint Rings Around Stars, a new way to detect exoplants >>
* Voyager and the Coming Great Hiatus In Deep Space >>
* Uranus auroras glimpsed from Earth >>
* Better simulations of multicore chips >>
* Scientists Look at 250 Million Light Years Further into the Universe Annually >>
* Facebook Explains Why It’s Supporting Congress’ CISPA Cybersecurity Bill >>
* On border of matter & anti-matter: scientists find long-sought Majorana particle >>
* Japanese Scientists Imagine A Computer that Runs on Crabs >>
* Nanoparticle Could Recapture Water Lost at Power Plants >>
* Oracle and Google Spar Over Whether Programming Languages Can Be Copyrighted >>
* io9 TV Show Launched! [Video] >>
* IBM Watson referencing indexed annotated lifetime video records to try & pass Turing Test >>
* Why North Korea Sucks at Rocket Technology >>
* Monkeys recognise words on screen >>
* Walking 'could treat depression' >>
* Michael Anissimov - The Singularity and its Importance >>
* How to Land on Mars in a Minute [Video] >>
* TEDMED 2012 Day 3 – Wilson’s Principles, Calls to Action, and Finding the Cows >>
* European Commission outlines plans for Internet of Things regulation >>
* Designing the interplanetary web >>
* Q+A: SpaceX Engineer Garrett Reisman on Building the World's Safest Spacecraft >>
* This is your body speaking. You're about to have a heart attack. >>
* Twists 'n' Turns >>
* 15 Current Technologies My Newborn Son Won’t Use >>
* The Breathtaking Effects Of Cutting Back On Meat >>
* Save women first rule ignored >>
* Amazing ways we’re devising to explore mysteries of the universe >>
* Magnetic testing process could deliver more reliable electronics >>
* Censoring The Pirate Bay is Useless, Research Shows >>
* Better simulations of multicore chips >>
* Sounds of silence proving a hit: World's fastest random number generator >>
* Supercomputer probes famous but messy particle split >>
* Saving species could keep humans healthy >>
* Future Internets Will Be Powered by Quantum Particles >>
* Cancer Medicine is Stuck in the Past >>
* Neutron Soup--Pulsar Creates New Alien State of Matter >>
* These AR Glasses Make Your Food Look Huge So You Want To Eat Less >>
* 3D planning tool for the city of tomorrow >>
* World Nuclear Generation in 2011 was 2518 TWh >>
* Proof Apple is Building a TV? >>
* How To Manage One Million Vehicles With Big Data >>
* Down the barrel of a thousand cosmic cannons! >>
* The Dyson Sphere >>
* Engineered Cells Suppress HIV In Living Tissue >>
* 21st century smarter government is 'data-centric' and 'digital first >>
* Men Are From Google+, Women Are From Pinterest >>
* Could future PureView devices support 4K video? >>
* How Computers Are Creating a Second Economy Without Workers >>
* These Are The Top 10 Reasons Why Businesses Fail >>
* Can 'Genius' be Detected in Infancy? >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 April 2012
* Video: DARPA's Updated Humanoid Hits the Treadmill, Climbs Stairs, Does Push-Ups >>
* Australian Hoverbike Ready for Take Off >>
* The tiny, lethal weapon that viruses use to kill bacteria >>
* Will 3-D printing launch a new industrial revolution? >>
* Controversial North Korean Rocket Launch Apparently Fails in Flight >>
* Engineered stem cells seek out and kill HIV in living mice >>
* MIT scientists explain when we'll have fusion power >>
* Students Invent a Pothole Repair Patch Made from a Non-Newtonian Fluid >>
* Skin transformed into liver cells to treat an inherited disease >>
* Did Viking Dig Up Proof of Life on Mars? >>
* New Bedside Genetic Screen Yields Results In An Hour >>
* Data mining opens the door to predictive neuroscience >>
* The Future of Pothole Repair Is Silly Putty [Science] >>
* David Dalrymple guest lectures in Marvin Minsky's class https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xW77lANeJas * Breakthrough discovery unveils master switches in colon cancer >>
* Human Eggs Grown in the Lab Could Produce Unlimited Supply of Humans >>
* What is a Drone, Anyway? >>
* Skyrim gets Kinect integration on Xbox, over 200 voice commands in tow (video) >>
* Is Boeing Developing a Super-Secure Spy Phone? [VIDEO] >>
* Facebook's Telescope on Human Behavior >>
* Appeals Court Rules Computer Code Is Not "Property" >>
* Robot octopus hints at a softer mechanical future >>
* First official trailer for time-travel noir Looper will blow you away >>
* New advances in the understanding of cancer progression >>
* Video: A look at how iPads are made in China's Foxconn factory >>
* What's In a Number: Unravelling a Multiversal Paradox >>
* Astronomers find evidence for massive star-killing sandstorms [Space] >>
* Asteroid Lutetia Flyby Animation >>
* Artificial Intelligence Could Be on Brink of Passing Turing Test >>
* RIAA: Innovation is the Best Way to Kill Piracy >>
* Naked Energy touts hybrid solar panel in tube design >>
* H3+: The molecule that made the Universe >>
* Researcher takes aim at never-before-seen state of matter >>
* Distant Galaxies Confirm Accelerating Growth of Universe, Dark Energy >>
* How sperm and eggs develop precisely 23 chromosomes each >>
* Tardigrade Eggs Might Survive Interplanetary Trip >>
* Secret Source Codes Threaten Modern Science >>
* Breakthrough discovery unveils 'master switches' in colon cancer >>
* A Digital Revolution for Studying Human Anatomy >>
* Synopsis: Nanowire lasing explained >>
* Multiplexed photonic chips transfer data at light speed >>
* NASA Preps Atomic Clock for Deep-Space GPS >>
* Will Computers Ever Know Everything? >>
* US Govt. Objects To Megaupload Hiring Top Law Firm >>
* New Bedside Genetic Screen Yields Results In An Hour >>
* Astronomers Zooming In on Alien "Earth-Sized" Planet System >>
* World's Most Advanced Infrared Spectrometer Can Nearly See the Beginning of Time [Video] >>
* CIA's Secret Fear: High-Tech Border Checks Will Blow Spies' Cover [Video] >>
* In humans and chimpanzees knowledge is transmitted within a group by means of a majority principle >>
* Intelligent Alien Life Could Resemble Earth's Extinct Dinosaurs >>
* NASA's High-Flying SOFIA Observatory Peers into a Starburst Galaxy >>
* Multitasking -- not so bad for you after all? >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 April 2012
* What Happens When You Push the Button? [Video] >>
* First Universal Quantum Network Prototype Links 2 Separate Labs >>
* Cooperative Neural Networks Suggest How Intelligence Evolved >>
* Video: Carkoon, Child Car Seat that Wraps Your Child in Kevlar Upon Impact >>
* How To Make Your Smartphone Smarter >>
* TEDMED 2012 Day 1 – Acrobats, Identity, and Einstein’s Ritalin. >>
* Kyocera joins forces with IHI and Mizuho on 70-megawatt solar plant >>
* How To Predict The Future >>
* Machine learning to get its day in the Redmond sun >>
* Sensing when the brain is under pressure >>
* Coughing Is Linked to Perception of Temperature in the Brain >>
* Do Intelligent Dinosaurs Really Rule Alien Worlds? >>
* Solar Power Satellite via Arbitrarily Large PHased Array >>
* Key to new antibiotics? >>
* Face recognition could catch bad avatars >>
* Space X CEO on The Daily Show: Let's Colonize Mars [Video] >>
* US Coasts Could Be Guarded by Unmanned Piranha Drone Boats [Video] >>
* Random Number Generator Conjures Digits from Subatomic Noise in a Vacuum >>
* Hailing Frequencies Open? Communication Via Neutrinos Tested Successfully >>
* H3+ --The Molecule that Lit Up the Universe >>
* Where acupuncture pricks the brain >>
* How It Would Work: Creating a Quantum Computer >>
* What Must a Humanoid Disaster-Response Robot Do to Win DARPA's Challenge? >>
* Maxing out technology proven within 5 years for 2027 to 2032 >>
* Astronomers identify 12-billion-year-old white dwarf stars only 100 light years away >>
* Whole-genome sequences of supercentenarians reveal longevity clues >>
* Printable houses are coming >>
* How It Works: A Laser-Powered Ear Implant to Boost Hearing >>
* Fission Fragment Rocket Engine Thrust Velocity at 1.7% of light speed >>
* Politics: How The Internet Offers The Opportunity To Create We-Government >>
* Firefox 11 uses WebGL to visualize webpages in 3D >>
* Deep Space Atomic Clock Mission Will Improve Navigation Technology >>
* Medicine Needs a Dose of Creative Thinking >>
* Big Idea: Turning Lymph Nodes Into Liver-Growing Factories >>
* The amazing trajectories of life-bearing meteorites from Earth >>
* Home Energy Monitors Keep Track of Energy Use >>
* Google+ gets a major update, simpler UI and heavier focus on Hangouts (video) >>
* MIT Fusion Researchers Answer Your Questions >>
* Hug Me: Coca-Cola Introduces Gesture Based Marketing in Singapore >>
* Remember Ethanol? It's Actually Bigger Than Ever >>
* How Rooftop Tomatoes Could Revolutionize the Supermarket >>
* Innovation, Part 3: Your Users Want A New Product, Do You? >>
* How To Predict The Future >>
* Acer’s tiny USB-powered pico projector capable of 100-inch display >>
* This augmented reality junkie built his own Project Glass glasses >>
* How to Suspend Liquid Water in Midair [Video] >>
* ‘Operation Chimichanga’ Tests Pentagon’s Stealth Strike Force >>
* Intel discloses sub-10-watt 'Centerton' Atom chip >>
* Black Solar Cell Absorbs 99.7% of All Light >>
* Three-year-old survives 251 days with artificial heart >>
* Why Does The Military Keep This A Secret? >>
* The Whole Universe from One Satellite's Eyes >>
* YouTube Live streaming now features pay-per-view >>
* Path Clears Toward a Quantum Internet >>
* Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 (7.0) review >>
* Facebook launches 'groups for schools,' keeps enrollment tight >>
* An Update on Comparative Studies of Longevity >>
* Soil ‘cocktail’ suggests life on Mars >>
* Astronomers solve the mystery of stellar 'superwind' >>
* Fragile X syndrome can be reversed in adult mouse brain >>
* Astronomers discover sandstorms in space >>
* Video: Real-Life Fruit Ninja at 1,200 Frames Per Second >>
* Fusion Propulsion Based on the Inductively-Driven.. >>
* Prometheus footage reveals just why heroes go in search of aliens! >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11 April 2012
* Faster than the economy can produce... >>
* DARPA Robotics Challenge: Here Are the Official Details >>
* Robots on the streets of America could soon become a reality, say Defence Agency >>
* SpaceX considering a new 'Commercial Cape Canaveral' in Texas >>
* Sunscreen for Semiconductors >>
* Intelligence Map Made From Brain Injury Data >>
* Microsoft's Xbox 360 follow-up rumored to pack 16 CPU cores >>
* Adidas debuting miCoach tracking technology in this year's MLS All-Star Game (video) >>
* Niceness goes all the way down to the DNA level >>
* Could we create a perfect society by tweaking two areas of the human brain? >>
* Video: Bats Fold Wings for Ultra-Efficient Flight >>
* Microsoft: Kinect 2.0 could detect tone of voice and body stance >>
* Know how to hack a video game console? The U.S. Navy wants you! >>
* Zyvex Marine will enable superior small manned and unmanned navy ships >>
* Attosecond pulse exactly measures helium atom >>
* A Startup Repackages the News for a Facebook Generation >>
* Roadmap to Space Solar Power using an up to 50% efficient space based power grid >>
* Check Out Our New Video Series: Singularity Hub Accelerated Tech News! >>
* To beat glaucoma, train eyes with stress >>
* A Fox Fur, a Unicorn, and a Christmas Tree <br> >>
* How Dark Matter Interacts with the Human Body >>
* NASA's Hypersonic Airbags Shield Spacecraft in a Mach 5 Plunge [Video] >>
* How It Works: A Two-in-One Turbocharger >>
* Nvidia Tegra 4 Might appear in first quarter of 2013 >>
* Engineers unlock secrets of beetle flight >>
* Fears over future medical hacks >>
* Can you control what you dream? >>
* Chips as mini Internets >>
* Smart Glove Helps Hearing and Sight-Impaired to Text >>
* Bioengineers develop artificial chip for testing how drugs interact with ion channels >>
* The computing trend that will change everything >>
-- * Dental X-Rays Linked to Increased Brain Tumor Risk >>
* Video: Creepy Humanoid Robot Mimics Human Head Movements For Science >>
* Giant Radio Telescope May Get Two Homes on Opposite Sides of Earth >>
* Make It Count: >>
* MorpHex part III >>
* World's Greatest Piggyback Ride >>
* Miniature sensors may advance climate studies >>
* How Well Does Scotch Age in Zero Gravity? A Distiller Launches Some to Find Out >>
* Dark Matter Collides With Human Tissue An Average of Once a Minute, Study Finds >>
* Video: This Octobot Walks Using Shape-Memory Alloy Tentacles >>
* How It Works: Building a Kilometer-Long Pipe Deep Under the Sea >>
* Video: Drop Test for Orion Crew Capsule’s New Parachutes >>
* Skull Confirms Older Origin for 'Living Fossil' Fish >>
* What triggers a mass extinction? >>
* Particles magnetically 'click' to form superstructures >>
* ‘Coronal Cells’ Spotted in Sun’s Atmosphere >>
* Video: A Citrus Spritzer That Stabs Directly Into Fruit >>
* Cooperating Mini-Brains Show How Intelligence Evolved >>
* NASA Jumbo Jet Arrives to Ferry Shuttle Discovery to Smithsonian >>
* Space shuttle discovery to fly over Washington metro area April 17 >>
* Apple Patent Watch: iPhone Peripherals, Magnetic Connectors, And Smartphone Flashes >>
* The International Space Station is ready to make its own booze >>
* MPAA: you can infringe copyright just by embedding a video >>
* YouTube Live Turns One: Adds Pay-Per-View And Real-Time Analytics >>
* DARPA seeks car-driving, life-saving robots >>
* Carbon Nanotubes Have Strange New "Remote Heating" Property >>
* Robot Helicopters to Hunt Pirates With Lasers [VIDEO] >>
* Google to Overtake Apple in 2016 >>
* Why Competing Clouds Outweigh the Network Effect http://bit.ly/HzKvFo >>
* Apple CEO Tim Cook to open D10 conference: yes, we'll be liveblogging >>
* iPhone 5 -- What We Know, What We Think We Know >>
* Intel Releases Rugged Education Tablet for the Developing World >>
* Antibiotics in Ethanol Grains: Glass Half-Empty or Half-Full? >>
* Carsharing saves U.S. city governments millions in operating costs >>
* IBM’s Collaboration with ASTRON to Look Behind the Edges of the Universe >>
* Bursting Bubbles Kill Cancer Cells >>
* Mind-controlling virus forces parasitic wasp to put all its eggs in one basket >>
* Cooperation Is a Key To Intelligence >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 April 2012
* Scientist Proposes Blowing Away Space Debris Using Massive Bursts of Air >>
* Soft Robotic Grippers >>
* Talking With the Founders of Vergence Labs >>
* Riots may be controlled with chemicals >>
* Facestagram: Five New Features Facebook + Instagram Could Launch >>
* Robotic Octopus Takes First Betentacled Steps >>
* Intel Launches Z77 Motherboards, Preparing For Ivy Bridge >>
* Flying the Space Shuttles to their New Homes >>
* Navy Scientists Spot New Solar Structures >>
* A Stem Cell–Based Approach to Cartilage Repair >>
* Ayesha Khanna Our Intelligent Future >>
* The Floating “Lillypad City” >>
* Mozilla demos browser-based video chat app for Firefox >>
* When supernovae get too big! >>
* India's $35 tablet getting new hardware, Android 4.0 >>
* "Nanobubbles Target Individual Cancer Cells" >>
* The Fight For the Internet Continues -- Could CISPA be the Next SOPA? >>
* Sequencing and Mouse "Avatars" Personalize Cancer Treatment >>
* Meet a New Friend, Robotic Puppet TJ* >>
* Creepy Robot Eyes You Can Wear >>
* Scientists use nanotechnology to hunt for hidden pathogens >>
* Pentagon Contest to Develop Robots to Work in Disaster Areas >>
* Satellite Beacon Mission Suggested for Asteroid Apophis >>
* Genetic Bar Code Search Can Use RNA to Pick Out Individuals From Huge Gene Pools >>
* Breast cancer ‘fingerprint’ in blood drop >>
* Increasing Sophistication of Medical Nanoparticles >>
* Opening the gate to robust quantum computing >>
* Scientists find identical DNA codes in different plant species >>
* Blue Straggler Stars in Globular Cluster M53 >>
* The Solar System With the Most Planets Is Now ... HD 10180 >>
* How it Would Work: Destroying an Incoming Killer Asteroid With a Nuclear Blast >>
* Breaking: Facebook Is Buying Instagram for a Billion Dollars >>
* 'Nanobubbles' plus chemotherapy equals single-cell cancer targeting >>
* This International Space Station Photo Is So Amazing It Seems From The Future [Video] >>
* Clean energy could lead to scarce materials >>
* Nano-sized ‘factories’ churn out proteins >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 April 2012
* Titanic at 100 years >>
* Alzheimer Diagnosis Possible With Scan >>
* Using radio waves to bake tumors >>
* Robotic Artificial Muscles Inspired By Venus Fly Trap >>
* Powering Pacemakers From Heartbeat Vibrations >>
* Microfluidics-based microarray could radically change how and when cancer is diagnosed >>
* Successful human tests for first wirelessly controlled drug-delivery chip >>
* The Computing Trend that Will Change Everything >>
* A New Microchip Knows Just Where You Are, Indoors and Out >>
* The 100-Year March of Technology in 1 Graph >>
* Mars Could Offer A Safe Haven For Life >>
* 3D Chocolate Printer Sadly Arrives Too Late To Churn Out Easter Bunnies [Video] >>
* Project glasses by Google: Next big hit or fail? [Analysis] >>
* How Las Vegas Missed Out on a Life-Sized Starship Enterprise >>
* Gates Foundation collaborates with University to develop potable toilet water >>
* Io: Moon Over Jupiter >>
* IBN’s ‘Fish and Chips’ May Help Accelerate Drug Discovery >>
* Bostrom on the 'superintelligent will' >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 April 2012
* Universal cancer vaccine developed >>
* The Hunt for AI [HD] >>
* Scanner Will Capture Your Room, Give You 3D Replica [VIDEO] >>
* Google: Here's Why We Pre-Announced Our Ridiculous Sci-Fi Glasses >>
* Google Is Racing As Fast As It Can To Get Those Glasses Out >>
* Shift in marriage patterns 'has effect on inequality' >>
* Scientists solving the mystery of human consciousness >>
* Are we Creating the Future by Predicting It? >>
* Does the Early Universe Harbor Evidence of Time Before the Big Bang? >>
* MPAA Filter Censors Legit Torrent Files on isoHunt >>
* Watch a laser set off a firecracker inside a balloon, without popping the balloon [Video] >>
* New multi-touch floor could be security system >>
* The Square Kilometer Array >>
* How the Modern Physics was invented in the 17th century, part 1: The Needham Question >>
* Human egg cells grown in lab 'could be fertilised' >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6-7 April 2012
* Scientists rewrite rules of human reproduction >>
* Navy Builds Fake Desert, Jungle to Test Military Robots >>
* Restoring Some Youthful Gene Expression Levels in an Aged Liver >>
* Technologies that use human body as power source >>
* Is It Possible To Create The Perfect Lie Detector? >>
* Multitouch floor may someday detect your heart attack >>
* Surprising Three Dimensional Objects Nano Printing >>
* Text-driven coffee machine gives new meaning to 'instant coffee' >>
* James Webb Space Telescope to TiVo Universe's Birth >>
* Growing Stem Cells Into Lung Tissue >>
* Using radio waves to bake tumors >>
* Salk scientists redraw the blueprint of the body's biological clock >>
* Existing Rocket Could Launch Private Space Taxis by 2015 >>
* What's Under Antarctica? Quake Waves Give First Look >>
* Origins of the Universe Exposed in Dazzling 3D Videos >>
* Proposed Satellite Would Beam Solar Power to Earth >>
* Plutonium Production May Avert Spacecraft Fuel Shortage >>
* DARPA to announce new Grand Challenge for humanoid robot >>
* Online searches for future linked to economic success >>
* Brain Scanner Being Used To Give Stephen Hawking A New Voice >>
* How It Works: The World's Fastest Elevator >>
* New ultra-small laser opens up a world of possibilities >>
* SushiBot Churns Out 300 Perfect Rolls Per Hour [Video] >>
* Primitive consciousness emerges first as you awaken from anesthesia >>
* How Will Apple Respond To Google's Project Glass? >>
* Webcam programmed to capture your face while playing Xbox >>
* Flexible Touchscreen Could Prompt Sleeker, Curvier Tablets, Smartphones >>
* Brain Chips Could Help the Blind See >>
* Medicine and Longevity High Impact Technologies >>
* George Dyson on the Origins of the Digital Universe >>
* Looking Back on the Limits of Growth >>
* Programmable Assembly With Universally Foldable Strings (Moteins) >>
* MIT Predicts That World Economy Will Collapse By 2030 >>
* A Thousand Years of Math History in a New App >>
* Censoring flu data could raise bioterror threat >>
* Moral Brain Conference Wrap-up >>
* What Wearing Google Glasses Would Really Feel Like [Video] >>
* AI Me-Rector Sets: Self-Assembling Robotic Cubes Can Replicate Objects [Video] >>
* How It Works: The First Disposable, USB-Powered Genome Sequencer >>
* Big advance against cystic fibrosis >>
* Existing Rocket Could Launch Private Space Taxis by 2015 >>
* Innovating against Poverty and prototypes for $300 houses >>
* What is Quantum Gravity [Video] >>
* Bruisable gadgets heal themselves in the sun >>
* Handheld plasma flashlight rids skin of notorious pathogens >>
* Water drops that float on oil may help clean up spills >>
* How It Works: An Underground Robot Library >>
* Drug-smuggling nanoparticles target tumours >>
* Oh, yeah, well NASA agrees with me: Rapidly initiating space civilization >>
* An App That Gives Apes the Ability to Control Robots (This Is a Real Thing) >>
* Mice representing 1000 gene strains will speed gene to disease matching from 15 years to 2 years >>
* A New Grand Challenge: Humanoid Robots >>
* LHC physics data taking gets underway at new record collision energy of 8TeV >>
* Hands-on with Smart Monitor's SmartWatch, the seizure sensing wristwatch >>
* Smaller, Quicker, Secret, Robotic: Inside America’s New Space Force >>
* 150 Gigapixel Sky Image Contains 1 Billion Stars >>
* Google takes you on a tour of the White House, still no sign of Lincoln's gold >>
* One of the Most Well-Preserved Woolly Mammoths We've Ever Found [Paleontology] >>
* Helicopter physics lesson explains how to flip and fly inverted >>
* What would you do if you can control your dream? >>
* Gene studies begin to unravel autism puzzle >>
* Plutonium-238 and the Outer System >>
* Human waste powered robots are the future >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 April 2012
* Google unveils Project Glass augmented reality eyewear >>
* Terrafugia Transition aircraft first hands-on (video) >>
* Robotic squirrels to battle it out with rattlesnakes [Video] >>
* Robot Chess Boards Let You Physically Checkmate an Online Opponent [Video] >>
* Novel solar reactor may enable clean fuel derived from sunlight >>
* Generating first-ever controlled ultrafast radiation using a plasma >>
* Warm and fuzzy T. rex? New evidence surprises >>
* Switchblade flying motorcycle now targeting first quarter of 2013 >>
* Society needs to dream big again >>
* Q&BA: Can we build a space habitat? >>
* German Engineers Develop Wireless Power Technology for Implanted Medical Devices >>
* 3D printing method at a resolution of just 10 nanometers and many metamaterial applications >>
* It's the Final Crisis of Capitalism, Charlie Brown! >>
* Global observatory sees first light >>
* JILA team demonstrates a new way of lasing: A 'superradiant' laser >>
* Video: A Robot With a Human Skeleton >>
* Design and print your own robot >>
* Matter-Antimatter Gamma Ray Laser Rocket Propulsion with 100 thousand tesla field >>
* First targeted nanomedicine to enter human clinical studies >>
* Give graphene a squeeze to get electricity >>
* Quantum computer built inside a diamond >>
* Timelapse: A Tribute to Sky Gazers >>
* How China Blocks the Tor Anonymity Network >>
* My twitter round-up for the Moral Brain conference >>
* Why Turning Mercury Into a Dyson Sphere to Harvest Solar Energy Is Not Worth It >>
* NASA radiation shielding project videos >>
* We've Been Treating the Deadliest Form of Breast Cancer All Wrong [Cancer] >>
* Consciousness illuminated: Primitive consciousness emerges first as you awaken from anesthesia >>
* Game changer for evolutionary theory? >>
* NASA's Flying Telescope Captures the Death Sighs of a Sun >>
* Gene therapy: Reversing bone loss in mice >>
* Programmable Nanomedicine Cancer Treatment Shrinks Human Tumors >>
* Future Titanium Navy >>
* Boeing's Space Capsule Undergoes First Drop Test >>
* A Few More Notes On The Impracticality Of Building A Dyson Sphere >>
* Scientists Can Now Make Solar Cells Thinner Than Spider Silk [Science] >>
* Terrafugia flying cars cost $279,000 each, already has 100 pre-orders (+video) >>
* Plasma fusion becomes a reality? https://t.co/hX9GjPgo
* NTT forces you to pay attention during a video conference (video) >>
* Why Haven't We Discovered the Higgs yet? >>
* Finding Out What Dark Matter Is – And Isn’t >>
* iRobot Warrior, PackBot will be used at nuclear plants in US as part of routine operations >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 April 2012
* These Clothes Turn Transparent When Your Heart Rate Increases [Video] >>
* Four HUBOs 'Come Together' for a Drexel Engineering MET-lab demo >>
* MIT Project Aims to Deliver Printable, Mass-Market Robots >>
* Destroying Mercury To Build A Dyson Sphere Is A Bad Idea >>
* The Shoe of Tomorrow Knows How Hard You Hustle >>
* While the LHC Hunts Higgs, the Jefferson Accelerator Looks to Illuminate Mysterious 'Dark Photons' >>
* From Google to Comcast, Tech Giants Are Shaping Your Home's Smart Future >>
* Peter Theil and George Gilder debate on whether Technological Progress is Increasing or Decreasing >>
* Fossil Free: Microbe Helps Convert Solar Power to Liquid Fuel: Scientific American >>
* Programming computers to help computer programmers >>
* Could Ancient Aliens Live on Methuselah Planets? >>
* Microchip success for bionic eye >>
* Curiosity, NASA’s Latest Rover, is Halfway To Mars But It’s U.S. Planetary Science That’s In Danger >>
* Kavli Science Video Contest Top 20 Finalists Have Been Selected >>
* 115-foot 'tulip' harnesses sun's rays to power villages >>
* Video: Fly Through the World’s Most Powerful X-Ray Laser >>
* 3-D, after-the-fact focus image sensors invented >>
* Activity in brain networks related to features of depression >>
* Photon sieves make super-cheap space telescopes >>
* Does Lifecycle Analysis Make Sense for Nanotechnology? >>
* First 'Alien Earth' May Be Found by 2014 >>
* Secret to a job interview is not much your interviewers like you, but in how much you like yourself. >>
* The Secret Science of Memorable Quotes >>
* MIT scientists launch personalized robot project >>
* Memory loss with aging not necessarily permanent: Scripps neuroscientists >>
* Envisat Records Staggering Amounts of Environmental Change | Video >>
* Facebook app lets you share your power usage >>
* First ‘genetic altas’ of the brain >>
* Video: Controlling Your Kinect By Waggling Your Tongue >>
* The Internet Goes Local >>
* Video: The Navy's 'Shoulder-to-Shoulder' Firefighting Robot's First Trial By Fire >>
* Gut-on-a-chip takes bellyache out of digestion studies >>
* Scrunchable Space Sieves Could Work as Tiny Foldable Satellite-Borne Telescopes >>
* Video: Design, Program, and Build a Customized Army of Robots In a Day >>
* FalconSat Photon Sieve for spy satellites and space Telescope revolution will be 1000 times lighter than JWT >>
* 10,000 simulations show warming range of 1.4 to 3 degrees by 2050 >>
* Enviropig, the Genetically Engineered Eco-Friendly Pork, Is Off the Table >>
* AUDIO: Aquatic dinosaur theory debated >>
* This Is The Difference Between 'Invention' And 'Innovation' >>
* VIDEO: Keyhole surgeons operate in 3D >>
* Is artificial intelligence possible? >>
* Going global in search of great art >>
* 100 Reasons To Jailbreak Your iPhone [Video] >>
* New research could stop tumour cells from spreading >>
* We Can Survive Killer Asteroids — But It Won’t Be Easy >>
* NASA’s Stunning Tour of the Moon >>
* Smithsonian's super squeaky clean meteorite lab makes your room look like a pig sty (video) >>
* Milky Way's Rotation: It's Effect on Our Local Space Time >>
* New quantum encryption method foils hackers >>
* Shannon's Mathematical Theory of Communication Applied to DNA Sequencing >>
* Scientists Build Scales That Can Weigh a Single Proton >>
* Re-Thinking The Antimatter Rocket >>
* Why did a US advisory board reverse its stance on publishing mutant flu papers? >>
* iBrain, a Device That Can Read Thoughts >>
* Earth Hour 2012 >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2-3 April 2012
* Cars in the Cloud: Trackable and Time-Stamped >>
* US draws up plans for nuclear drones >>
* Video: Flying Car (or Driving Autogyro) Completes First Flight Tests >>
* Humans Used Fire 1 Million Years Ago >>
* The Pirate Bay Buys Greek Airspace for Drones >>
* Video: See what it's like to ride on NASA's new rocket sled >>
* System for Precise Needle Placement >>
* Google Maps Re-Launches Its Traffic Mapping, Incorporating Real-Time Data From Drivers With Phones >>
* Conductive Ink >>
* The sounds of Mars and Venus are revealed for the first time >>
* Toilet Freezes Your Poop To Keep It From Stinking >>
* Brain scan foretells who will fold under pressure >>
* Scientists collaborate to create computational model of human tissue >>
* Posters That React to Being Kissed Are the Worst Posters >>
* ‘Backpacking’ bacteria to deliver nanomedicines in the body >>
* ASTRON and IBM to explore origins of the universe >>
* Computer scientist leads the way to the next revolution in artificial intelligence >>
* MIT Robotics develop the software for controlling smart sand on smart pebble prototypes >>
* Your Phone Will Magically Charge in Your Pocket Thanks to This New Fabric >>
* Humans Used Fire 1 Million Years Ago >>
* How Useful Is Whole Genome Sequencing to Predict Disease? >>
* Self-sculpting sand >>
* IBM’s Big Data Challenge: A Telescope That Generates More Data Than the Whole Internet >>
* Curiosity Halfway to Red Planet Touchdown >>
* Sentient Developments Podcast: Episode 2012.04.02 >>
* The x86 PlayStation 4 could signal a sea-change in the console industry >>
* As Smartphones Become Health Aids, Ads May Follow >>
* Free will detected in prefrontal cortex >>
* Tomorrow’s brain debate: simulcast and livestream update #brainbrawl >>
* It’s like the quantum computer is playing 20 questions… >>
* Why societies collapse >>
* The Emperor, Darth Vader, and the Ultimate Ultimate Theory of Physics >>
* See wind across the United States in real time >>
* How do you police the entire internet? >>
* Brings Facial Recognition to the Masses, Now with Age Detection: Interview With CEO >>
* World's most sensitive scales detect a yoctogram >>
* When Dark Energy 'Turned On' in the Universe >>
* AI robot: how machine intelligence is evolving >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 April 2012
* Mars' mystery cloud explained >>
* Nuance Communications Wants a World of Voice Recognition >>
* VIDEO: Giant junk robot plays the bass >>
* Dying technology: modern hardware that's on the way out >>
* Jetsons-Like Gadgets are Key to Smart Homes and Cities >>
* Deep Space GPS from Pulsars >>
* Ben Goertzel Ray Kurzweil’s (Sometimes) Wrong Predictions >>
* Amazon stores 1,700 human genomes in the cloud >>
* Is Technology A Zero-Sum Game? >>
* Forget Google Instant: In the Future, Search Engines Will Read Your Habits >>
* We’re Watching U. >>
* Japan heading for energy death spiral? >>
* Vaccines against heart disease could be available within five year that reduces plaque by 60-70% >>
* The Earth Before Oxygen -- Bacteria Thrived >>
* RoboBonobo: Giving Apes Control of Their Own Robot >>
* The Death of the Call Center >>
* Shaking Up Theories Of Earth’s Formation >>
* Navy: We’re 4 Years Away From Laser Guns on Ships >>
* (Wildly) Guesses Your Age and Mood From Your Photo >>
* Print Me a Spacecraft, Scotty >>
* Army Wants Flapping Wings to Fly Drones of the Future >>
* Future 'Smart Homes' Will Watch and Remember Your Needs >>
* NASA's New Mars Rover Will Explore Towering 'Mount Sharp' >>
* New Camera Sees Japan's Radiation Threats >>
* NSF announces ‘big data’ research funding >>
* New layer of genetic information discovered >>
* The ‘living’ micro-robot that could detect diseases in humans >>
* This Super Face-Scanning Software Thinks It Can Guess Your Age [Facial Recognition] >>
* Smart windows keep heat out – but let light in >>
* Ancient sound waves sculpted galaxy formation >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 March 2012
* Ionic propulsion for small satellites >>
* Tooth Tattoo Diagnoses Illness and Alerts Doctors [Science] >>
* The Cloud Will Cure Cancer >>
* Artificial synapses could lead to machines that mimic biological brains >>
* World's first bedside genetic test >>
* Compressed-Air Car Winds Way To Market >>
* Video: With This Camera, Your Fingers Frame the Shot >>
* New Algorithm Captures What Pleases Human Ear—and May Replace Human Instrument Tuners >>
* APOD: Rocket Trails in the Milky Way >>
* Samsung adds 'blink detection' to smartphone face unlock feature >>
* A live version of Google Earth will be here a lot sooner than you think [Video] >>
* Wind turbine generates energy floating 350 feet off the ground >>
* Building connections — between toys … >>
* Oscillating gel acts like artificial skin, giving robots potential ability to feel >>
* Weekly Space Hangout — March 29, 2012 >>
* Living microrobot could detect diseases in humans >>
* Synopsis: Cultivating Extra Dimensions >>
* First the smart phone, now the smart home >>
* Safer, personalized cancer therapy by linking cancer genes with anticancer drugs >>
* How does the brain secrete morality? >>
* New search tool to unlock Wikipedia >>
* Clocking galaxy clusters to gauge dark energy >>
* Ionic-powered nanosatellite can go to the Moon on drops of fuel >>
* Photoacoustics technique detects small number of cancer cells >>
* Al-Jazeera's The Stream, talking about the promise and perils of transhumanism >>
* Full face transplant promises less risk of rejection >>
* Speech Jamming Gun From Japan Silences People From Up To 34 Meters Away >>
* Age of oldest rocks off by millions of years >>
* Human brain organised like a 3D 'New York City' grid >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 March 2012
* Video: Army’s Remote Controlled Car Jumps 30 Feet Up In the Air >>
* A Blind Man Is Driving This Car [Video] >>
* 100-Year-Old Lightbulb Unearthed From Time Capsule Still Works >>
* Ubi-Camera frames photos with fingers, fails to call you fabulous (video) >>
* Cancer 'encyclopaedia' published >>
* Giant Tube Stopper Will Plug Flooded Subways and Choke Off Gas Attacks >>
* This Flexible E-Ink Display Will Be In Real Devices This Summer >>
* Ultralight Structures for Space Telescopes that are 100 times cheaper and Printable Spacecraft >>
* Anti-insect wheat trials launched >>
* New layer of genetic information discovered >>
* The Denver Zoo's Poo-Powered Rickshaw Turns Animal Waste into Energy >>
* A Cloud Operating System Takes Shape >>
* New Google Account Activity lets you know what Google knows about you >>
* Watch This Blind Man Take A Trip In One Of Google's Self-Driving Cars >>
* VIDEO: US full face transplant 'success' >>
* TV and movies overtake online gaming on Xbox 360 >>
* Microsoft Xbox Kinect 1.5 Creates Shift in How We Interact with Technology >>
* Arthur C. Clarke Predicts the Internet & PC in 1974 >>
* Crossing the 50 billion km mark and giving Google Maps for Android a fresh look >>
* Synthetic Biology could bring extinct species back >>
* Rover Turns to Supercomputing Power in Moon Race >>
* Epigenetic changes in blood samples may point to schizophrenia >>
* Fuze Wants You to View Your Next Meeting in HD >>
* An Inexpensive Self-Balancing Robot >>
* Solar is the Energy of Tomorrow. Fusion is the Future. >>
* Amazon Founder Finds Apollo 11 Moon Rocket Engines On Ocean Floor >>
* Physicists mix 2 lasers to create light at many frequencies >>
* How the Cost of Computation Restricts the Processes of Life >>
* 3D solar-cell towers deliver up to 20 times more power per base area >>
* Earthshine and Venus Over Sierra de Guadarrama <br> >>
* Could human and computer viruses merge? >>
* Transparent memory chips are coming >>
* Automation improves tissue engineering >>
* LG to sell its ultra slim 55-inch 3D OLED TV for $8,000 >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 March 2012
* Zapping asteroids and space debris with a swarm of satellites firing lasers >>
* 10 Billion Earth-Like Planets May Exist in Our Galaxy >>
* DARPA's ex-director shows new vids of crazy projects in TEDTalk >>
* Atmospheric Breathing Electric Thruster for Planetary Exploration Power >>
* Metallic Hydrogen: A Game Changing Rocket Propellant >>
* Here's How Law Enforcement Cracks Your iPhone's Security Code (Video) >>
* 'Thermal cloak' hides objects from heat >>
* 13-Billion-Year-Old Alien Worlds Discovered >>
* A Hybrid Car With Detachable Engine Proposed >>
* Nokia Puts a Price on the Phone that Could Define Its Future >>
* Edward Miller The Basic Income Is Dead >>
* Change Your Brain, Change Your Life >>
* Origin of Modern Cows Traced to Single Herd >>
* New plastics 'bleed' when cut or scratched -- and then heal like human skin >>
* Albert Einstein brain samples go on display >>
* The Automation of Tissue Engineering is Underway >>
* Historic Face Transplant Includes Teeth and Bone >>
* NASA Wants You to Find Hubble’s Next Iconic Image >>
* Vibrating Car Seats Ensure Your Butt's the First To Know About Dangers >>
* 3D Printing Industry Will Reach $3.1 Billion Worldwide by 2016 >>
* Take a train through the Swiss Alps with Street View >>
* Cops Can Crack an iPhone In Under Two Minutes >>
* Japanese handshaking robot [Video] >>
* Video: The First Footage from James Cameron's Record-Setting Dive to Challenger Deep >>
* Writing graphene circuitry with ion 'pens' >>
* Researchers create living human gut-on-a-chip >>
* Researchers use nanoparticles, magnetic current to damage cancerous cells in mice >>
* Gene discovery may soothe chronic pain >>
* Join in the Discussion of the Future of Human Spaceflight, Live from SEDS >>
* Brain Surgery, Fixing the Space Station’s Toilet and Orbital Cremation >>
* Algorithm Spells the End for Professional Musical Instrument Tuners >>
* One drug to shrink all tumors >>
* Dealing with ‘range anxiety’: wireless highways to charge electric cars >>
* The drone threat — in the US >>
* AI expert Ben Goertzel on Coast to Coast radio March 28 >>
* The Black Queen Hypothesis: Basis of a new evolutionary theory >>
* Small Reactors Make a Bid to Revive Nuclear Power >>
* New field of chemistry has potential for making drugs inside patients -- and more >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 March 2012
* Self-Healing Plastic Is Something Out Of A Sci-Fi Movie >>
* New 'electronic skin' patches monitor health wirelessly >>
* Living on a Stream: The Rise of Real-Time Video [Video] >>
* Refrigerator Magnet Lets You Order a Pizza in One Tap [VIDEO] >>
* 'Buckliball' new class of 3-D, origami-like structures (w/video) >>
* Floating Utopian City Flythrough >>
* Nanotechnology regrows blood vessels after ischemic damage >>
* Using viruses to beat superbugs >>
* Hume: the bipedal 'Parkour' robot (video) >>
* MIT Prof Predicts the End of Disabilities In Next 50 Years >>
* Giant Magellan Telescope | Video Animation >>
* VIDEO: What is synthetic biology? >>
* Hippies head for Noah’s Ark: queue here for rescue aboard alien spaceship >>
* German Pirate Party Enters 2nd State Parliament >>
* Petite Particle Accelerator: A Proton Gun For Killing Tumors >>
* Scientists Hijack Mouse Neurons to Take Control of Their Memories >>
* Can a machine tell when you're lying? >>
* To nab wasted heat, solid mimics liquid >>
* Not your average heat shield - "thermal cloaking." >>
* Richard Branson plans to go to the bottom of the Atlantic in 3 to 5 months >>
* Mountaintop Blown Up For Giant Telescope | Video >>
* A new dimension for solar energy >>
* Sky Candy: Southern Lights Over The Indian Ocean >>
* Was Cameron's Deep Dive as Useless as Manned Space Flight? >>
* A question of intelligence >>
* Why some nations become wealthy and powerful, while others remain stuck in poverty >>
* How Seagate’s terabit-per-square-inch hard drive works >>
* The snails of war >>
* Biomarkers for autism discovered >>
* New York to Beijing in two hours without leaving the ground? >>
* Metal detector knows how much cash is in your wallet >>
* Man with no pulse: How turbines can replace a heart >>
* Using ant-based swarm intelligence for materials handling >>
* A Conversation with Peter Thiel >>
* Kim Dotcom: The US Government is Wrong, Here’s Why >>
* Time-Lapse of Ocean Currents Looks Like a Living Van Gogh Painting [Watch This] >>
* How Coöperation Can Slow Emergency Evacuations >>
* Scientific Proof That Popcorn Is Healthier Than Fruit and Vegetables >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 March 2012
* TacoCopter– Tacos Delivered Straight to Your Home With GPS Guided Quadcopters >>
* A must watch: DNUIverse | 2012 >>
* VIDEO: James Cameron reaches deepest seabed >>
* Revolutionary "Smart Wing" for UAV Demos 3D Printing Merged with Printed Electronics >>
* A history of two million years of humanity through the objects we have made >>
* Hacker Culture: The Key To Future Prosperity? >>
* Video: Quantum Weirdness Goes Big – Molecules Act Like Waves >>
* On the way to the quantum computer: Research team generates flying qubits >>
* Amazon Buys Kiva Systems, The Largest Acquisition in Robot History? >>
* RoMeLa's CHARLI-2 Keeps Balance >>
* Religion Is Just A First Attempt And Should Be Abandoned >>
* Japanese breakthrough will make wind power cheaper than nuclear >>
* Propulsion Physics: Harnessing the Quantum Vacuum at NASA Eagleworks Project >>
* Sentient Developments Podcast Episode Archive >>
* GPS jamming expected in war games >>
* New cathode design for Dense Plasma Focus Fusion reaching 150 keV and 1.8 billion degrees >>
* Robot Sees Itself for First Time >>
* Militarizing Your Backyard With Python and AI >>
* Around The World In Six Hours >>
* Doco: How to Build a Beating Heart >>
* Solar Storm's Energy Could Have Powered NYC For Two Years | Video >>
* Video: The World's Most Powerful Non-Destructive Magnet >>
* Laser hints at how universe got its magnetism >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 March 2012
* Is a pain-free needle possible? >>
* Quadcopters preparing to deliver tacos via GPS >>
* Permoveh personal vehicle prototype can travel sideways, diagonally (video) >>
* Century of the Starship >>
* Robotics Refueling Research Scores Huge Leap at Space Station >>
* Russian plans first SVBR-100 lead bismuth modular fast reactor for 2017 >>
* No More GPS Voice: Haptic Steering Wheel Buzzes to Give You Directions >>
* Video: Face-Recognition System Can Sort Through 36 Million Faces Per Second >>
* Video: 45-foot paper airplane needs a helicopter to throw it >>
* What If All of America's Toilets Were Flushed Simultaneously? >>
* 100 million TVs will be Internet-connected by 2016, report predicts >>
* Gut on a chip >>
* Bed-of-nails breast implant deters cancer cells >>
* Researchers discover why humans began walking upright >>
* Mountaintop Blown Up For Giant Telescope | Video >>
* Excuse me, but is your leg ringing? >>
* Recent Solar Storms Pumped 26 billion Kilowatts of Energy into Earth’s Atmosphere >>
* Standoff sensing enters new realm with dual-laser technique >>
* Messier 9 Close-up >>
* Researchers prove that memories reside in specific brain cells >>
* Scary Fast Surveillance System Scans 36 Million Faces a Second [Video] >>
* Ever Watch 130 Simpsons Episodes at the Same Time? [Video] >>
* Record-breaking laser pulse paves way for fusion >>
* Applying Watson technology for personalized cancer care >>
* Python Truck Fixes Potholes in Two Minutes Flat >>
* Blown lift jets fly better with engines up top >>
* Better lensless microscope with up to 100 times better magnification and could lead to 50 picometer resolution >>
* 'Antimagnet' Renders Magnets Invisible >>
* James Cameron might have embarked on his historic solo dive to the Ocean's Deepest Point >>
* Synopsis: The Unbearable Hardness of Physics >>
* Astronauts Practice Refueling Spacecraft in Orbit >>
* Cloned cheek cells keep immunity in check >>
* Mike Treder's family calls off search: >>
* Robot Submarine on Jupiter Moon Europa is 'Holy Grail' Mission for Planetary Science >>
* Next-Generation GPS Satellites Designed in Virtual Reality >>
* Paul Allen commits $300M to Allen Institute for Brain Science drives toward complete understanding of how brain works >>
* Red Wine, Tartaric Acid, and the Secret of Superconductivity >>
* Mathematician’s ‘irregular mind’ scoops Abel award >>
* Runaway planets zoom at a fraction of light speed >>
* The Secret Nuclear Drone Tech Our Government Hid >>
* False memories generated in lab mice >>
* Turning Human Waste into Power >>
* The Stanford education experiment could change higher learning forever >>
* Computer model of spread of dementia can predict future disease patterns years before they occur in a patient >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 March 2012
* Video editing comes to cloud with WeVideo >>
* Video: How MIT's Laser Camera Can See Around Corners >>
* Machine Learning Is The Solution To Business Success >>
* 15 Brain-Bending Interview Questions That Every Facebook Engineer Can Answer >>
* Why Space-Based Solar Power Won't Work >>
* Paul Allen Adding $300 Million for Brain Research >>
* Tweaking Samples for High-Speed Chemistry >>
* Heart attacks could be predicted in advance >>
* Starship Surfing: Ride the Bow Shock >>
* List of those with the most Employees >>
* Weather in a Tank >>
* How dolphins focus beams of sound >>
* Human Gets Hair Cut by Robot >>
* Yamaha's singing keyboard makes X Factor even more redundant (video) >>
* Visit the Amazon on World Forest Day with Street View >>
* Ray Kurzweil Defends His 2009 Predictions >>
* New Samsung TV Watches You Watching It >>
* Aurora Over Iceland <br> >>
* Ways to make Space Solar Power Work >>
* National Ignition Facility fires record laser shot >>
* Novel mouse model for autism yields clues to a 50-year-old mystery >>
* NASA has figured out how to cause a supernova >>
* New technique lets scientists peer within nanoparticles, see atomic structure in 3-D >>
* Artificial comet contains building blocks of life >>
* Electricity from trees >>
* New Chip Watches Biology in Real-Time >>
* Facebook Privacy Compromised By Cloaking Attacks >>
* Dear science fiction writers: stop being so pessimistic! >>
* 200,000+ Galaxies Revealed In Deep Sky Survey | Video >>
* Cancer cells send out the alarm on tumor-killing virus >>
* Microsoft invents projector eyewear for Xbox and beyond >>
* More evidence that daily aspirin dose cuts cancer risk >>
* World’s first flying file-sharing drones in action >>
* CGI Experts Say Flying Bird Man Is Fake (Updated) [Video] >>
* America Fires the Most Powerful Laser In History [Laser] >>
* Deepsea Challenger will first go unmanned to bottom of Mariana Trench >>
* Astrophile: Square galaxy is a rebel >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 March 2012
* Video: Dutchman Flaps His Arms And Flies >>
* Superfast laser camera peers around corners >>
* Elon Musk and Spacex work put $500,000 per person trips to Mars for 2023 to 2028 >>
* Boeing's SUGAR Freeze: a natural gas powered jet for 2045 >>
* NASA may use Space Station to simulate 500-day Mars mission >>
* Robotic jellyfish may never run out of energy >>
* Interstellar Space: Uses of the Medium >>
* Jürgen Schmidhuber - When creative machines overtake man >>
* 3D-Printed Circuit Boards >>
* Robotics Trends for 2012 >>
* All The Video From London Web Summit >>
* What is the Future of Artificial Intelligence? >>
* As Nuclear Reactors Age, Funds to Close Them Lag >>
* One-Minute Physics: Why Einstein rotated time >>
* The Stanford Education Experiment Could Change Higher Learning Forever >>
* How to build a Dyson sphere in five (relatively) easy steps >>
* DARPA wants the ultimate sensor network to monitor the vast Arctic >>
* New Discovery: Cosmic Effect that Shapes Large-Scale Structure of the Universe >>
* US Nuke Control Systems Are "Under Constant Attack"; 10 MILLION times a day. >>
* Measuring the Universe using motion of galaxy clusters >>
* Would You Buy A Drone To Walk Your Child To School? >>
* 50 Most-Anticipated Films of 2012 >>
* Neil deGrasse Tyson to host tonight's Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate >>
* Nanotherapy: Treating deadly brain tumors by delivering big radiation with tiny tools >>
* Photo Treat: Enceladus, Titan and Saturn’s Rings >>
* Dark Matter Mapped in Multi-Dimensions | Video >>
* Laser writer makes graphene supercapacitors >>
* Solar cell turns windows into generators >>
* First Ever Geologic Map of Io: 425 Volcanoes, No Craters >>
* Astronomers Discover Rectangular Galaxy >>
* First step toward creating a 3D artificial brain >>
* NASA’s new ‘Earth Now’ app visualizes global climate data >>
* Nuclear fusion simulation shows high-gain energy output of 100 to 1000 times input current >>
* Super-Earth unlikely able to transfer life to other planets >>
* Breakthrough Opens Door for 60TB Hard Drives [Storage] >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 March 2012
* University of Michigan Aerospace Engineers Develop Heart-Powered Pacemaker >>
* A Computer Program to Detect Possible Cheating in Chess >>
* Physicists Discover Evolutionary Laws of Language >>
* VIDEO: Race to build world's fastest car >>
* NEC adds speakers to lightbulb, Edison wishes he'd had the idea (video) >>
* How Much Money Would It Take For You to Give Up The Internet For a Year? >>
* Seagate Stuffs 1 Trillion Bits Into Square-Inch Hard Disk >>
* Star Lab Needs Payloads! >>
* Growing a blood vessel fro transplant inside your own body >>
* Focused Ion Beam Opens Window Into Cellular Morphology >>
* James Cameron’s Rocket Plunge to the Planet’s Deepest Recess >>
* What Happens When You Eject Out Of A Jet At 800 MPH >>
* i-Limb Bionic Hand >>
* Neutrinos and the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence >>
* Breaking Blades: The Engineering Lab Where Wind-Power Propellers Get Built To Be Snapped >>
* 30+ million people in China live in caves. >>
* New technique lights up the creation of holograms >>
* Nokia seeks patent for 'tattoos' to tell you who's calling >>
* 20 must-see-to-believe 'ant portraits' that don't need special effects >>
* Catalyst Helps Store Hydrogen In Liquid Form for Simple, Safe Future Fuel Use >>
* New Microsoft patent reveals gaming helmet with laser projections >>
* Astronomers discover 'emerald-cut' galaxy >>
* Targeted X-ray treatment of mice prevents glaucoma >>
* Navy Opens 'Hunger Games' Arena for Military Robots >>
* Einstein the scientist, dreamer, lover - online >>
* NASA Launching 5 Rockets in 5 Minutes This Week: How to Watch >>
* Orion Capsule Test Flight: Deepest Space Since 1972 | Video >>
* Asteroid Will Fly Closer Than Satellites | Video >>
* The end of microbial resistance? >>
* Sound Barrier: Can High-Power Ultrasound Protect Produce from Pathogens? >>
* Software automatically transforms movie clips into comic strips >>
* 'Infinity Computer' Calculates Area Of Sierpinski Carpet Exactly >>
* The NSA is building the country’s biggest spy center (watch what you say) >>
* Apple Will Spend $45 Billion to Pay Dividends and Buy Shares Back [Apple] >>
* Chinese move to their eco-city of the future >>
* Sandia Developing Self-Guided Smart Bullet >>
* US Navy Upgrades - Gunboats, Super-Torpedoes, Sea-Bots >>
* Scientists break through pancreas cancer treatment barrier >>
* VIDEO: Would you cut off a damaged hand? >>
* Flying drone swarm could bring free Wi-Fi access to protesters [video] >>
* Tech companies 'control the future of news' >>
* Infrared metamaterial phase holograms >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 March 2012
* Bits: In Crosswords, It’s Man Over Machine, for Now >>
* How Startups Are Key To The Economic Recovery >>
* The Pirate Bay Attacks Censorship With Low Orbit Server Drones >>
* Time Lapse: The stars, from orbit >>
* Earth HD| Time Lapse View from Space, Fly Over | NASA, ISS >>
* Apple Announces Conference to Tell us What They Will Do With All Their Billions >>
* Mass Effect 3 and Goat Guy Provide Possible Solutions for the Fermi Paradox >>
* With TV Everywhere, It’s All About Discovery >>
* Snowflakes Re-Created Using Physics >>
* How Da Vinci Got His Ideas >>
* A Billion Brains are Better Than One >>
* PL2Q Hugin, 3d printable quadcopter >>
* The Next, Next Thing >>
* IEET Fellow Mike Treder is Missing >>
* Researchers reveal how a single gene mutation leads to uncontrolled obesity >>
* Megaupload Seizure Order “Null and Void” Says High Court >>
* Individual Human Immune Systems Can Now Be Recreated In Mice >>
* The human-readable face of big data: real-time ambiency >>
* Watch This Crazy Hercules Airplane Flying Just Five Meters Above Ground [Video] >>
* Ayesha Khanna Machines Will be Embedded Within Us in the Hybrid Age >>
* Robert Scoble Talks Startups And The Changing Face Of SXSW [TCTV] >>
* The Origins of Futurism >>
* Survivalist's Snowboard Transforms Into Skis, a Shovel, and a Saw [Video] >>
* Cosmic Ambition: Russia wants manned base on Moon >>
* Scott Summit: Beautiful artificial limbs >>
* New full-length video: Questions no one knows the answers to >>
* Blood tests won't stop gene cheats >>
* Electric Industry replaces a major transformer in a few days instead of 6 to 8 weeks >>
* Mind Wandering Is Linked To Your Working Memory >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 March 2012
* Video: Watch Felix Baumgartner’s Test Jump >>
* See the Latest Jaw-Dropping Aurora Views from the ISS >>
* Computer Matching Wits With Humans in Crossword Tournament >>
* How to Kill China's 'Carrier-Killer' Missile: Jam, Spoof and Shoot >>
* NASA - NASA Jet Stream Study Will Light up The Night Sky (video) >>
* Sony's Smart Outlet Will Make You Pay For Public Power [Video] >>
* Brains of killer honeybees probed >>
* Robots roll up at Innorobo 2012 >>
* Wearable Sensor Gathers Physiological Data for Up to a Week >>
* The Future of Personalized Medicine: First-ever Integrative 'Omics' Profile >>
* Live cells 'printed' using standard inkjet printer >>
* Chimpanzees have police officers >>
* The sky just swelled to 560 million objects from the new WISE mission catalog >>
* Synthetic Biology - Playing God? >>
* Fundamental Law of High Speed Flying Maneuverability Discovered >>
* Ray Kurzweil’s SXSW keynote: Expanding our intelligence without limit >>
* MIT Designing cheaper, quieter and fuel-efficient supersonic biplanes >>
* Solving the Puzzle of Apollo 12?s Mysterious Magnetic Moon Rocks >>
* Why Complex Societies Need Simple Laws >>
* How zeppelins could help telescopes find planets >>
* How to turn caves into giant batteries [Energy] >>
* Thanks, Microsoft: Patent charges you for skipping commercials >>
* A dynamical quantum simulator >>
* Epigenetic Signatures Direct the Repair Potential of Reprogrammed Cells >>
* Nanopills release drugs directly from the inside of cells >>
* X-ray lasers reveal magnets’ inner life >>
* Private Space Pioneer Elon Musk Counters Neil Armstrong, Critics on '60 Minutes' >>
* How NASA's NuSTAR Spacecraft Will Hunt Black Holes (Infographic) >>
* Alien Plants May Thrive on Many Wavelengths of Light >>
* Stanford NLP course open; enrollment closes Sunday March 18 >>
* Molecular graphene heralds new era of ‘designer electrons’ >>
* Gold nanoantennas allow for observing individual proteins without labeling >>
* With Relentless Testing, a Professor Watches His Body Get Sick >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 March 2012
* First communication using neutrinos >>
* Microsoft Builds a Browser for Your Past >>
* This Is the First Living Animal Ever Captured By an Electron Microscope [Video] >>
* Skydiver makes test jump for record >>
* New Biplane Design Stops Sonic Booms >>
* ChronoZoom - a zoomable timeline of timelines >>
* Ride Shuttle Booster, We’ve postedvideos in past,yhis is different. the sound is amazing! >>
* Go On a Grand Tour of the Moon >>
* Play tiny Tetris using a laser beam >>
* UK Plan Would Use CCTV To Stop Uninsured Drivers From Refueling >>
* Google Semantic Search: Bad for SEO, Good for You >>
* Gamestar Mechanic Teaches Kids to Write Their Own Computer Games (Video) >>
* 3D printed spider guitar will make an arachnophile out of you >>
* At Last, Kinect Can Size You Up For Jeans >>
* 5 Things I Learned About the Future from Stephen Wolfram >>
* Citizen Scientists Discover Cosmic Bubbles in Milky Way Galaxy >>
* Rob Reid: The $8 billion iPod | Video on >> >>
* New compound discovered that rapidly kills liver cancer >>
* Marine worm rewrites theory of brain evolution >>
* 111 organizations call for synthetic biology moratorium >>
* Tapping the genius of babies and youngsters to make computers smarter >>
* Virtual reality for animals reveals secrets of working brain >>
* On the verge of a major breakthrough in drug creation process >>
* "Unrelenting Physical Aggression” composed of punches, kicks, from popular action films >>
* Wall Street's Search for Innovation >>
* Crowdsourced Movie Studio Creates a Bold New Kind of Sci-Fi Series >>
* Zoomable timeline of the cosmos puts us in our place >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 March 2012
* Mind-controlled skateboard. >>
* Planets may "bounce" between twin stars >>
* Russia Plans Moon Base, Mars Network by 2030 >>
* Watch 4.5 Billion Years of the Moon’s Evolution in 2.5 Minutes >>
* Guiding robot planes with hand gestures >>
* VIDEO: Smart tech transforms the kitchen >>
* BBC to open archive for downloads >>
* When Robots Will Rule the World: Inside the Mind of Ray Kurzweil >>
* VIDEO: Foetus lung surgery success 'a first' >>
* Experts: 30 to 50 percent of world's food thrown away >>
* How IBM's Deep Thunder delivers "hyper-local" forecasts 3-1/2 days out >>
* The World Is Running Low On Tungsten; Why You Should Care >>
* Hand-cranked vending machine offers products sans power, refreshments during emergencies (video) >>
* Ray Kurzweil: “You Are What You Think” [TCTV] >>
* Instant Messaging With Neutrinos >>
* Neutron orbits of an atomic nucleus for clock accurate to 1 second every 280 billion years >>
* Americans Don’t Have Time For Slow Websites [INFOGRAPHIC] >>
* Video: Aircraft Carrier Crews Guide In Robot Planes With Visible Hand Gestures >>
* Designer Electrons Can Be Custom-Made for Future Devices >>
* Galaxies apparently recycle to form new stars >>
* Software automatically transforms movie clips into comic strips >>
* My passion for Pi: Chirag Singh on TEDxTalks >>
* Russians working on supersonic business jet: 'Transport 2011' >>
* Researchers send wireless message using elusive particles >>
* Lack of sleep may increase calorie consumption >>
* NASA Unveils Solar System Atlas >>
* Molecular Graphene Heralds New Era of ‘Designer Electrons’ >>
* How Einstein Proved the Size and Existence of Atoms [Video] >>
* Nuclear clock accurate to .05 seconds in 14 billion years >>
* New generation bionics — wireless and touch-sensitive >>
* Galileo to spearhead extension of worldwide search and rescue service >>
* Will resurrecting a mammoth be possible? >>
* Your Car Key Knows More About You Than Your Mom Does >>
* Teenager Unlocks Potential Pathways for Breast Cancer Treatments, Wins 2012 Intel Science Talent Search >>
* Get Notified When Hackers Get Your Data >>
* Mario is hard, and that's mathematically official >>
* New Mesmerizing Video Shows the Whole Evolution of the Moon [Video] >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 March 2012
* Death By Wikipedia: Encyclopaedia Britannica Stops Printing >>
* Lasers Can Be Used to Steer Lightning In Mid-Strike >>
* Video: Cambridge Researchers Use Legos to Build Artificial Bone in the Lab >>
* The best new scientific idea in years [Video] >>
* NASA's New Robot Gloves Are Insanely Awesome! >>
* Looking Into Kepler’s Latest >>
* “Inside the chip” – new video showing Rainier 128 processor >>
* Even Lawyers Struggle to Find Jobs these Days >>
* 200 Earth-Sized Planets --The Latest Kepler Mission Findings >>
* James Camerons Deep Dive Technical Innovations and Other Deep Sea Targets >>
* Scientists produce eye structures from human blood-derived stem cells >>
* DARPA Wants Swarms of Cheap, Disposable Satellites That Take Pictures on Demand >>
* Video Games For Cats >>
* Laser Erasers Gently Remove Ink from Paper >>
* Robot Car Intersections Are Terrifyingly Efficient >>
* Intelligent Design is Stupid: Neil deGrasse Tyson >>
* The neutrino matrix: why are there three of everything? >>
* Jupiter’s Jet Streams Get Thrown Off Course >>
* UCLA scientists find way to repair mutations in human mitochondria >>
* Huge Coronal Hole Is Sending Solar Wind Our Way >>
* Rats on par with humans in decision-making >>
* Cyborg Snail Turned Into Living Battery >>
* Boeing wins contract for all-electric satellites >>
* Fiercer competition for quicker innovations >>
* Superfast drugs target shape-shifting enzymes >>
* Resilient reactors: Nuclear built to last centuries >>
* Interesting SXSW talks on Tuesday >>
* This Iron Man-Like Glove Makes Working With Tools a Hell Of a Lot Easier [Robots] >>
* Europe’s first education cloud forms in the UK >>
* How Bioengineered Humans Could Solve Climate Change [Science] >>
* How simple ideas lead to scientific discoveries >>
* It's Possible to Steer Freakin' Lightning with Freakin' Lasers [Science] >>
* Cheap Solar Power at Night >>
* What a trip through a wormhole would look like >>
* Half-Price Solar Panels Thanks to An Ion Cannon [Science] >>
* ARM's Super-Efficient New Chip Can Get "Years of Battery Life" [Guts] >>
* Body clocks may hold key for treatment of bipolar disorder >>
* The Hidden Risk of a Meltdown in the Cloud >>
* DARPA research on Biological Clocks >>
* DARPA developing On-demand Satellite Imaging for Soldiers >>
* Cloning a Woolly Mammoth So Soon We can Live Action Version of the Ice Age Movie >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 March 2012
* Watch the Fastest 3D Printer In the World Creating the Tiniest 3D F1 Car You Can Imagine [Video] >>
* Microsoft Can Make Your Voice Speak Foreign Languages >>
* Prolonged space travel causes brain and eye abnormalities in astronauts >>
* Terahertz bandwidth: the key to 1,000x faster smartphones, laptops and pipe dreams >>
* The $2,000 Car >>
* MIT software optimizes paths for automated undersea vehicles (video) >>
* Aldebaran Robotics Sells Majority Stake for $100 Million >>
* Future of voice recognition: Assistants that learn from you >>
* Ray Kurzweil Talks Entrepreneurship, Apps, And The Future Of Education [TCTV] >>
* 'Personal Cloud' to Replace PC by 2014, Says Gartner >>
* New NASA glasses don't fog up, but they can see through it >>
* Dirty Minds: The Neurobiology of Love >>
* Ion Accelerator is ten times as powerful enables 20 micron silicon wafers for solar power modules at 40 cents per watt >>
* Stunning Destruction-based Physics Engine Demonstration >>
* Theory of Traversable Wormholes without using Exotic Matter in Einstein-Gauss-Bonnet-Dilaton (a String Gravity) theory >>
* Avatars set to shape real-world habits >>
* The First 3D Model of DNA Looks Like a Spinning Beach Ball of Life [Dna] >>
* Reader Gets Featured In The Simpsons After Gizmodo Post [Video] >>
* Video: I Got Blasted by the Pentagon’s Pain Ray — Twice >>
* Flying model of the DeLorean from Back to the Future 2 takes the skies in Russia [Video] >>
* Introducing TED-Ed: Short lessons for teachers and students to spark curiosity >>
* Fast Talk: How "Dr. Fill" Does For Crosswords What IBM's "Watson" Did On "Jeopardy!" >>
* Angry Sunspot Now Rotating Away | Video >>
* TED launches learning initiative at YouTube >>
* Fiber laser points to woven 3D displays >>
* Plant math: Why roots grow down, not up >>
* What If There Were No Seasons? >>
* Recharging cell phones remotely >>
* How a Nuclear Bomb Could Save Earth From an Asteroid, according to a supercomputer study. >>
* Smartphones with 1,000 times more speed >>
* Daredevil defies jet-pack jitters to race car >>
* Gamers Outdo Computers at Matching Up Disease Genes >>
* Sign language program converts hand movements into text - Telegraph >>
* European ‘superbus’ aims to hit 155 MPH on the track >>
* Transmitting single photons between molecules for quantum communication >>
* I Got Blasted By the Pentagon’s Pain Ray—Twice [Weapons] >>
* Proof that erasing information produces heat >>
* Integrated software architecture for the car of the future >>
* Space Ships as 'Death Stars"? --Leading Space Travel Physicists Say "Yes" >>
* Credit Card-Thin Batteries Could Power a Display On Your Visa >>
* Watch This RC Top Gun Pilot His Helicopter Through Impossible Maneuvers [Video] >>
* Despite Fukushima, Nuclear Keeps Powering Ahead >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 12 March 2012
* Super Mario Bros Proved NP-Hard >>
* We already have the technology to send trains into space, at a fraction of the cost >>
* Microsoft cuts touchscreen lag to 1ms, makes other panels look silly (video) >>
* Is Reality A Mathematical Structure? >>
* Ep. 255: Observing Hydrogen >>
* Building the Six-Million-Dollar Man >>
* Studio Deals Slow Apple's iCloud Effort >>
* Will corporations prevent the Singularity? >>
* Weekend Diversion: Preparing for May 20th's Annular Eclipse! >>
* An Auroral display sparked by Sun’s recent outbursts over Muonio, Finland >>
* Sentient Developments Podcast: Episode 2012.03.12 >>
* Gene therapists ask to be released from the RAC >>
* Surprising twist in debate over lab-made H5N1 >>
* Toyota:“We’ll Make Tens Of Thousands Of Hydrogen Cars In The 2020s" >>
* X-Prize Founder Wants Ideas For Fixing Education >>
* Startup God, Paul Graham: Apple Has No More Great Stuff Coming (AAPL) >>
* Disruptions: Disruptions: TV Makers Ignore Apps at Their Own Peril >>
* The camera with a cat's eye view >> >>
* Gene discovery offers hope for pill that can extend life by 20 yrs >>
* If AI evolved, would we be more likely to spot signals from them, than the "biological" life >>
* Melanie Swan Exciting Progress in Commercialization of Stem Cell Therapies >>
* PirateBox Takes File-Sharing Off The Radar and Offline, For Next To Nothing >>
* NETRA, The $2 Device That Turns Your Smartphone Into An Eye Test >>
* High Energy 150 Kilowatt HELLADS laser prototype expected in 2012 >>
* Interesting SXSW talks on Sunday >>
* IBM Scientists Measure the Heat Emitted From Erasing a Single Bit >>
* Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson's remarks at Senate Commerce hearing on future of space program >>
* US military unveils non-lethal heat ray weapon >>
* Friedlander's Idea For A Nuclear Hopper >>
* The Chinese Car Boom Is Going To Be Insane >>
* US Government Withdraws IANA Contract From ICANN >>
* 14-year old geek creates working Lego printer >>
* Microsoft releases Robotics Developer Studio 4, bring your own Kinect >>
* Vigilante rider uses cellphone jammer to shut up noisy passengers >>
* James Cameron dove to the bottom of the New Britain Trench >>
* Lunar Silicon vs Helium 3 >>
* Metal detector can identify buried bombs >>
* Making Stargates: The Physics of Traversable Absurdly Benign Wormholes >>
* Drug-free organ transplants without tissue matching >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 March 2012
* Your Kinect is Spying on You >>
* Still Concerned About 2012? >>
* Capsized Cruise Ship Owners Want to Save It With Something They Saw on MythBusters >>
* SETH GODIN: 'The Future Is Going To Be Filled With Amateurs' >>
* VIDEO: 'Day in the life with my bionic body' >>
* How Many Web Sites Are There? >>
* Hong Kong Dentist Crafts Robotic Tools To Explore Egyptian Pyramids >>
* Cebit offers visions of future >>
* BBC 'plans iTunes rival download service' >>
* The Most Astounding Fact About The Universe [Starts With A Bang] >>
* Got a Moment? Listen to a 744-Hour-Long Radio Show >>
* George Dvorsky When the Turing Test is Not Enough >>
* Algorithm finds when a zigzag path is the quickest >>
* Plasma cloud from Sun due here late Saturday, geomagnetic storms possible >>
* Engineering Organs To Solve Donor Shortage >>
* Glove-based CRTouch project turns old monitors into touchscreens >>
* Parrot AR.Drone joins with Epson Moverio BT-100: UAV gets down with HMD >>
* How Do You Tell Time On Mars? >>
* New optical network to enable 10 Gbps Internet using existing infratstructure >>
* Watson clones could be delivered through the cloud >> >>
* Weekly Space Hangout — March 8, 2012 >>
* New type of extra-chromosomal DNA discovered >>
* Meteorites reveal another way to make life's components >>
* Exotic Antimatter Caught in Disappearing Act >>
* LSD found successful in treating alcoholics >>
* How Al Jazeera is Forging the Future of Social TV >>
* Visual computing still decades from computational apex >>
* The future of space >>
* Amoeboid Robot Navigates Without a Brain >>
* Software Translates Your Voice into Another Language >>
* Neutrinos could help explain missing antimatter >>
* Scientists claim brain memory code cracked >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 March 2012
* Toshiba builds scanner that can identify fruit without a barcode, yup (video) >>
* James Cameron's New Sub Will Take Him To the Deepest Spot On Earth [Video] >>
* Disappearing Toner Lets This Copier Re-Use Office Paper [Video] >>
* AI designs its own video game >>
* Teach your robot well (Georgia Tech shows how) >>
* 2000x GPU Performance Needed To Reach Anatomical Graphics Limits For Gaming? >>
* A Machine That Sniffs Out Cancer >>
* National Parks Street View-style trails goes live, avoids the Google cars (video) >>
* Remote Dog Feeder with Twitter and Arduino >>
* DNA nanotechnology-based nanorobot delivers cell suicide message to cancer cells >>
* Tobii EyeAsteroids 3D lets you destroy virtual space stones with a gaze, we go eyes-on (video) >>
* How many joints would you have to smoke to die of a marijuana overdose? [Video] >>
* Japanese Speech-Jamming Gun >>
* Virtual Currency Is The Next Big Platform >>
* Researchers 'Print' Polymers That Bend Into 3-D Shapes >>
* Microsoft Research releases free Cliplets computer vision video editor >>
* Amateur Rocketeer Derek Deville's Qu8k Rocket Flies to 120,000+ Feet (Video) >>
* Future Supermarket Checkouts Could Recognize the Food, Not the Barcode [Video] >>
* Heartbeats Hint at Personality Traits >>
* New Breed of 'Nuclear Clocks' Could be 100 Times More Accurate than Today's Atomic Timekeepers >>
* Lockheed's Space Fence Prototype Starts Tracking Space Junk With Advanced Radar >>
* DARPA Unveils Drone-Slaying War Laser >>
* What's Next on TV? Lowdown on 6 Pilots Now Filming >>
* Thrill-Seeking Bees Reveal Link to Human Personality >>
* 'Heavy Rain' game creator debuts high-tech 'Kara' >>
* Reusable Sticky Tape Could Hold Up Your TV >>
* New DARPA challenge: develop algorithms for controlling satellites >>
* Neil deGrasse Tyson: how space exploration can make America great again >>
* Power backups to protect nuclear plants in a disaster >>
* IBM Labs: Holey Optochip First to Transfer One Trillion Bits of Information per Second >>
* Missing: Electron antineutrinos; Reward: Understanding of matter-antimatter imbalance >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 March 2012
* The New iPad in Just Five Minutes [Video] >>
* A Close-up Look at the Massive Solar Storm that Shook the Sun >>
* Microsoft Research's shoulder mounted system makes anything a multitouch display >>
* Measuring an Antihydrogen Atom | Video >>
* Robot Balloon Cranes Could Revolutionize World's Seaports >>
* Fusilli-shaped waves could boost wireless capacity >>
* Antimatter Atom Measured for the First Time >>
* Cells may spare kidney transplant rejection drugs >>
* The Fabric of the Cosmos with Brian Greene: Watch the Complete NOVA Series Online >>
* Our Universe is Merely a Region of an Enormous Universe >>
* NIST Probes the Promise of Nanomanufacturing Using DNA Origami >>
* Sperm can do 'calculus' to calculate calcium dynamics and react accordingly >>
* Einstein's "Spooky Action At a Distance" Paradox Older Than Thought >>
* Stop Kony. The Invisible Children Video And A New Idea of Justice >>
* Apple reveals next-generation apps for the new iPad: Infinity Blade: Dungeons, SketchBook, SkyGamblers (video) >>
* Apple ups over-the-air download limit to 50MB for iOS >>
* World's first field trial of 10Gbit/s-100km class high speed and wide area optical access >>
* National Ignition Facility Laser Fusion Project approaches energy break-even point >>
* A 3-D Brain Tumor Built in a Lab >>
* Object recognizer app turns the iPhone into a visual assistant >>
* A 268-megapixel camera is showing astronomers some of faintest objects at the widest angles ever. >>
* Robot artist 'draws' crowds at world's top tech fair >>
* Astronomy Cast Ep. 254: Reflection and Refraction >>
* Capsule and Skydiver Ready for Record-Setting Freefall >>
* An open-source robo-surgeon >>
* Exotic material shows promise as flexible, transparent electrode >>
* Navy's Robot Firefighter Awaits Its Sea Legs >>
* Conflicting Higgs results muddy particle hunt >>
* DARPA funds major study of biorhythms >>
* Search for Faster, Better Antidepressants Makes Progress (preview) >>
* Need a Little Robotic Help Around the House? Say Hello to Romeo >>
* CME will likely hit Earth’s magnetic field in a day or so >>
* Is It Really This Easy to Fool a TSA Body Scanner? [Video] >>
* Gorilla DNA unlocks secrets of our species >>
* The Next Apple TV: Finally Big Beautiful HD [Video] >>
* 2,321 Kepler Telescope planet Candidates aroudn 1790 host stars >>
* Researchers capture first-ever image of two atoms forming a molecule >>
* Pitt Research Team Says Communication Technologies Including Smartphones and Laptops Could Now Be 1,000 Times Faster >>
* Watch the Entire Apple iPad Keynote Now [Ipad Hd] >>
* Higgs Boson May Be Indicated in New Data >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 March 2012
* Robotic Networks Among the Stars >>
* Five Free Courses from Stanford Start This Month >>
* Stepping Up the Search for E.T. >> >>
* The Future And You -- March 7, 2012 >>
* Alt.GDC: Earth’s Digital Doppelganger >>
* Open Source Robotic Surgeon >>
* Tiny Transmitters Could Help Avert Data Throttling >>
* Too Big To Fail: Why Anonymous And Hacktivism Will Go On After Sabu >>
* Holey Optochip Transfers One Trillion Bits of Information >>
* Cebit 2012: 3-D animations for everyone >>
* US Lawmaker opens up ACTA to online comments >>
* The iPad 3 and the Future of the Web >>
* Microsoft Office 15 revealed, simpler UI with touch-friendly features >>
* Cloud-streamed games let you click and play >>
* Specific antibodies halt Alzheimer's disease in mice >>
* China's first MOON rover slated for 2013 launch >>
* The Most Astounding Fact About The Universe >>
* 25 Amazing Skyscraper Concepts >>
* Video: Meet Piccolo, the Pocket-Sized CNC-Robot That Draws What You Design >>
* 230% efficient LEDs seem to violate first law of thermodynamics >>
* Techs who made tiles for the shuttle heat shield started making ones for Orion's first space mission. >>
* 'Shrinkable car' makes parking a breeze at high-tech fair >>
* Air Force's Mysterious X-37B Space Plane Survives 1 Year in Orbit >>
* Body's 'Marijuana' May Be Key to Diet Pill >>
* Is it time to save the Moon? >>
* In a Flood Tide of Digital Data, an Ark Full of Books >>
* How your body can transmit data >>
* Controlling neuroprosthetics with your mind >>
* A home heating system with a brain >>
* How to survive the next 100,000 years >>
* Better neural control of prosthetics for amputees >>
* IBM's Watson Supercomputer Is Cashing in on Wall Street [Watson] >>
* A Software Update for Your Car? >>
* HP Preps On-chip photonic communication for 10 to 20 terabytes a second communication >>
* Google Play: Apps, Music, Movies, and Books All Under One Roof [Video] >>
* GPU Computing and the Road to Extreme-Scale Parallel Systems >>
* Why Outsourcing Science May Be The Best Hope for Its Future >>
* The Fabric of the Cosmos - What Is Space? >>
* World's most exclusive car >>
* Drug developed to make people drink less alcohol >>
* Does inequality lead to a financial crisis? >>
* Police Drone Crash Raises Concerns Over Unmanned Aircraft [VIDEO] >>
* New SuperEarth Discovery Shows Signs of Water in Atmosphere >>
* Quantum Biology and the Puzzle of Coherence >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 March 2012
* DARPA's Newest Robot Is Possibly Its Creepiest Ever [Video] >>
* Exmobaby Suit Will Tell You What Your Kid Is Thinking [Babies] >>
* Can Technology Help Farmers Adapt to Climate Change? >>
* You Built What?!: A Compact Mechanical Crossbow With the Precision of a Laser >>
* BeetleCam's back with armor on board packing a Canon EOS 1Ds MK III >>
* Could a Penny Dropped Off a Skyscraper Actually Kill You? >>
* Seat of creativity may not be the right brain alone >>
* Incredible 3D Medical Animations >>
* Make a Mind-Controlled Arduino Robot >>
* ARC, the New Digital Magazine for Futurists >>
* Google's Universal Search for Speed >>
* A traffic jam of quantum particles >>
* A 'melted' moon makes for bad future landing sites >>
* Deutsche Telekom tests 512Gbps fiber optic network in Germany, breaks record in the process >>
* Windows 8 Beta 'Reviews': A Little Weird, A Lot Good >>
* Android 6.0 "Key Lime Pie" Is Android's Future And Next-Gen OS >>
* Glasses Reduce Eye Strain From Screens >>
* In the Last Year, Hackers Gained 'Full Functional Control' of NASA Networks, Stole the Control Codes for the ISS >>
* Nanotech Tank Could Boost Natural Gas Vehicles >>
* Could Iran's Ultra-Tough Concrete Withstand Bunker-Busting Bombs? >>
* 16 square inches DARPA Geckskin can stick to glass and support 700 pounds >>
* Pick Up Some Good Librations With This Stunning Moon Video >>
* Leap Day Tornado-Producing Storms Seen From Space >>
* Still my fav best of the week: Flying Over the Earth at Night >>
* TED 2012: 10 innovations that could help shape a better world >>
* Sunspot Shoots Powerful Solar Storm Toward Earth >>
* Big Asteroid's Chances of Hitting Earth in 2040 Overblown, NASA Says >>
* Two crystals entangled, quantum mechanically >>
* Scientists revolutionize electron microscope >>
* Lasting T cell memories >>
* Scientists search for source of creativity >>
* Could supersymmetry explain everything? >>
* 'Smart Fur' Lets Robo-Pets Read Owners' Emotions >>
* Google boss lays out future vision at world's top tech fair >>
* Spider silk spun into violin strings >>
* Iowa State engineer discovers spider silk conducts heat as well as metals >>
* Eavesdropping Antennas Can Steal Your Smart Phone's Secrets >>
* The future is bright for humanity >>
* Miniature pressure sensors for medical touch >>
* The Perils Of Technology Prediction | Fast Company >>
* 100,000 AD: Living in the deep future >>
* Instruction for masses knocks down campus walls >>
* In-Your-Face: Can Computers Catch You Telling a Lie? >>
* Planet-sized video game gets its first release >>
* Solar Helmet Turns Skiers Into Mini Power Plants [Solar] >>
* Police Drone Crashes into Police [Drones] >>
* Shrink-wrap a bridge to make it stronger >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 March 2012
* Graphene Battery Turns Ambient Heat Into Electric Current >>
* Mercedes Rolls Out Invisible Car [VIDEO] >>
* 1 in 8 chance of catastrophic solar megastorm by 2020 >>
* Asteroid Will Make Close Pass To Earth >>
* Everything, Everywhere, All the Time >>
* New picture of atomic nucleus emerges >>
* Can you build a human body? >>
* Economic Effects of Life Extension >>
* Transsexual toilets for Thai school >>
* Breakthrough technology turns filthy sewage into clean energy >>
* "Fermi Bubbles" --Starry Messages? Searching for Signatures of Interstellar Archaeology >>
* Itskov funded plan for synthetic bodies and staged plans towards immortality >>
* How many neurons make a human brain? Billions fewer than we thought >>
* TEDMEDLive Simulcast, a Fantastic Opportunity Not to be Missed >>
* 1,000+ TEDTalks in a spreadsheet >>
* A different take on Vijay's nano quadrotor talk: >>
* Astrophoto: Keyhole Nebula by Eduardo Bueno >>
* SpaceX Completes Important “Wet Dress” Rehearsal >>
* CircuitLab brings schematic design and sharing to the browser (video) >>
* New spectral technique could spot plant life on alien worlds >>
* BitTorrent Pirates Go Nuts After TV Release Groups Dump Xvid >>
* VIDEO: Google's Robotic Car Drives L.A. Senator Alex Padilla to His Press Conference >>
* Americans Redefining the Basics, Study Finds >>
* America's Future: A Conversation with Bill Gates & Thomas Friedman >>
* 'Comment of the Day' --"Are Humans the Limit of Evolutionary Complexity?" >>
* Neural Implants Made of Carbon >>
* Stem cells grown on a scaffold form new heart tissues >>
* Sandia Labs develops self monitoring smart outlet, still needs you to plug it in >>
* World's First Biodegradable Joint Implant Grows New Joints >>
* MIT Silicon Simulator Looks Beyond 100-Core Chips >>
* Japanese Home-Levitation System Could Protect Buildings From Earthquakes >>
* Will People Alive Today Have the Opportunity to Upload Their Consciousness to a New Robotic Body? >>
* Why haven’t we seen aliens? Chris Anderson at TED2012 >>
* Real-life augmented reality: Marco Tempest at TED2012 >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – Mar. 1, 2012 >>
* Europa’s Acidic Oceans May Prohibit Life >>
* Excellent Exoplanet Visualization: The Kepler Orrery II >>
* A TED View of the Future: Hypersonic Gliders, Liquid Batteries and Flying Robots >>
* Radical New 3-D Model of Planet Formation Unveiled >>
* Researchers Discover the Dolphin Handshake [Video] >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 March 2012
* Space Exploration & Innovation: Neil deGrasse Tyson >>
* DARPA’s Robot Grabs Tools, Opens Doors >>
* Researchers find the first neutron star that bursts as predicted.>>
* Real Samurai Sword Technique - Cutting BB Gun pellet >>
* 10 Years of Gorgeous Images of Earth From Space >>
* Lofty Goal for Private Spaceflight: 1,000 Launches a Year by 2019 >>
* Microsoft: 1 million Windows 8 Consumer Preview downloads in day one >>
* Heart-powered pacemaker could one day eliminate battery-replacement surgery >>
* Printing muscle >>
* A Dozen Years In The Making, Highest Resolution Picture Of Universe Released >>
* Proposed Cloaking Device for Water Waves Could Protect Ships at Sea >>
* Encoding many channels on the same frequency through radio vorticity: first test >>
* Anonymous, Decentralized and Uncensored File-Sharing is Booming >>
* Giving waste water the power to clean itself >>
* Will Apple Stream TV Channels as Apps Before the Holidays? [Apple] >>
* "Twisting" Signals Could Mean Nearly Infinite Wireless Spectrum [Wireless] >>
* Advanced Extraterrestrial Life May be Beyond Human Comprehension >>
* Artificial 'womb' unlocks secrets of early embryo development >>
* R-loops break down gene silencing >>
* How To Extract Your Own DNA Using Household Items [Video] >>
* New computers respond to students' emotions, boredom >>
* On the path to 1 terabit-per-second networks >>
* Synopsis: Fractal Teeth >>
* Synopsis: Quantum Pistons >>
* First model of how buds grow into leaves >>
* Is sharing the key to advanced society? >>
* If Alcubierre warp drive was feasible there would be big radiation problems >>
* Super-human brain technology sparks ethics debate >>
* Kim Dotcom: US Govt Is Protecting An Outdated Monopolistic Business Model >>
* Structure of key control element behind protein misfolding identified >>
* Modify thy ejaculate to determine the sex of your offspring >>
* The Crazy Gun That Can Physically Stop You From Talking >>
* When the Turing Test is not enough: Towards a functionalist determination of consciousness >>
* Video of the Navy's BAE built Railgun Being Fired >>
* Daydreaming on the Job? This Brain-Wave-Reading Helmet Knows [VIDEO] >>
* Peter Diamandis: Abundance is our future >>
* Whole Foods experimenting with Kinect-powered shopping carts that are smarter than you (video) >>
* Finding the Universe's cosmological constant using something we can create in the lab >>
* Researchers Propose “Computational Sprinting” To Speed Up Chips By 1000% – But Only For A Second >>
* Microsoft's Windows 8 Preview event videos now available >>
* Remember How Tiny We All Are >>
* New twist in antimatter mystery >>
* US shuts down Canadian gambling site with Verisign's help >>
* Kim Dotcom’s first TV interview: ‘I’m no piracy king’ >>
* Photoshop CS6 Will Easily (and Skillfully) Fake a Shallow Depth Of Field [Video] >>
* Scientists discover new 'off switch' in immune response >>
* Using Kinect gesture technology in the operating room >>
* How To Build A Speech Jamming Gun >>
* This Is What Using Windows 8 Actually Looks and Feels Like [Video] >>
* Watch Out, Netflix: Hollywood to Reinvent Downloadable Movies [VIDEO] >>
* This amazing concept video is more iPad 7 than iPad 3 >>
* China May Restrict Genetically Engineered Rice >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 March 2012
* Robot Quadrotors Perform James Bond Theme #TED https://t.co/i7pd7ZiC
* Video: NASA's Methane-Powered Launcher Lifts Off With a Blue-Hot Column of Flame >>
* Meet the Next CEO of Microsoft: Steven Sinofsky Is the Heir Apparent [Microsoft] >>
* How a Web Link Can Take Control of Your Phone >>
* Russian Mogul Plans to Plant Our Brains in Robots and Keep Them Alive Forever [Video] >>
* The virtual dissection table: Jack Choi at TED2012 >>
* The James Bond of robots: Vijay Kumar at TED2012 >>
* The only way to learn to fly is to fly: Regina Dugan at TED2012 >>
* Reinventing the battery: Donald Sadoway at TED2012 >>
* IBM Snaps a Picture of the Charge Distribution of a Single Molecule >>
* Chinese Drones Will Use Genetic Algorithms to Learn to Hunt For Submarines >>
* Video: Japanese Robots Attempt Chaotic Game of American Football >>
* Video: The Doctors Who Made the No-Pulse Heart >>
* $35 Raspberry Pi snatched up within minutes of going on sale >>
* 5 Ways Cyborg Insects Could Change The World [Video] >>
* An alternative to alternative energy: T. Boone Pickens at TED2012 >>
* NASA’s New Video, Voiced by Optimus Prime >>
* Exciting New ‘Enceladus Explorer’ Mission Proposed to Search for Life >>
* Astronomers See Stars Changing Right Before Their Eyes in Orion Nebula >>
* New Camera Sensor Captures Images and Depth Data At the Same Time [Guts] >>
* Doomsday Seed Vault's Birthday Brings 25,000 Gifts >>
* Gene Therapy Could Help Corals Survive Climate Change >>
* Microsoft demos three new whiz-bang technologies its working on (w/ video) >>
* Nanofiber breakthrough holds promise for medicine and microprocessors >>
* New Mozilla Browser Add-On Visualizes Who Is Tracking You Online [Privacy] >>
* How memory formation is triggered by stem cells >>
* Medical sensors could phone for help >>
* The Five Best New Features in Windows 8 Consumer Preview [Video] >>
* How to Get Windows 8 Right Now [Video] >>
* Future Day-March 1: Future Day >>
* The Physics of Leap Day >>
* Peaceable matter-antimatter pairs glimpsed in the lab >>
* Fly Through the Colossal 18-Mile-Long Ice Canyon In Antarctica [Video] >>
* Inside Footage from Fukushima's Deepest Crisis [Video] >>
* Neil Armstrong on space planes, suborbital spaceflight and the future >>
* The multiverse in three parts: Brian Greene at TED2012 >>
* Video: Navy Fires Off Its New Weaponized Railgun >>
* Microsoft's transparent concept PC lets you poke apps in 3D space >>
* Under the Sea: In the Age of Wireless, Can't We Do Better than Intercontinental Fiber Optic Cables? >>
* How do we fix medicine? Atul Gawande at TED2012 >>
* Computer Simulation Predicts New Allotrope Of Carbon >>
* Video: The 3-D Sun, Now in HD! >>
* Newly Discovered Space Rock Is Headed Toward Earth, Estimated Time of Arrival 2040 >>
* Robot assembles truss structures autonomously >>
* Asteroids Smacked Moon Stronger & Faster 4 Billion Years Ago >>
* MIT researchers develop a new approach to producing three-dimensional microchips >>
* Panasonic to present 'Photosynthesis' concept at the Milano Salone del Mobile 2012 >>
* The Most Distant, Dark Galaxy Ever Found! [Starts With A Bang] >>
* Rapamycin Slows Aging in Mice (PDF) >>
* Printing specially engineered nanostructures on solar cells allows them to reach 70 percent efficiency. >>
* Graphene Targets Mouse Tumor >>
* Removing 'black sheep' could make Internet run more efficiently >>
* What Exactly Is a Year and How Is It Measured? [Video] >>
* Why Videos Go Viral [Video] >>
* New Space Drill Could Seek Alien Life Inside Icy Saturn Moon >>
* Augmented-reality rope lets you team up to fly a kite >>
* Pivothead video glasses offer impressive quality, we go hands-on (sample video) >>
* Genetic algorithms let Chinese drones hunt submarines >>
* Quest for quirky quantum particles may have struck gold >>
* Intel's Greatest New CPU Already Overclocked to 7 GHz [Guts] >>
* Apple Will Announce the Next iPad on March 7th [IPad 3] >>
* Your iPad Could Be Your TV >>
* IBM Lengthens Quantum Coherence and speeds Quantum calculations >>
* Spacecraft assembled for first private shot to ISS >>
* Microsoft's Crazy New Interface Designs Could Actually Be Useful [Video] >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 February 2012
* IBM: We're on the cusp of the Quantum Computing revolution (video) >>
* The Best ISS Video Ever? You Decide. >>
* Nokia announces 808 PureView: Belle OS, 4-inch display, 41-megapixel camera(!) (video) >>
* Report: Samsung Galaxy S III to have 1080p screen, quad-core processor >>
* How to Control a Prosthesis With Your Mind >>
* Can The Human Brain See Quantum Images? >>
* Foundation Medicine: Personalizing Cancer Drugs >>
* 1st Asteroid Samples Reveal Surprising Look at Space Rock Crashes >>
* Siri To Power Mercedes-Benz Car Systems >>
* AMD's Piledriver To Hit 4GHz+ With Resonant Clock Mesh >>
* MIT takes aim at secure, self-healing cloud >>
* Synopsis: Optical Device is More Than 100% Efficient >>
* The $1,000 Genome, and the New Problem of Having Too Much Information >>
* Microsoft Kinect Games Grocery Shopping at Texas Whole Foods >>
* The Internet of the Future Will Be Powered by Optical RAM [Guts] >>
* A scaffolding to plug prosthetic limbs into nerves >>
* Smithsonian collection going 3D printable >>
* Startram could usher in era of low-cost space travel >>
* Richard Obousy Presents at the First Tennessee Valley Interstellar Workshop >>
* Video - The Technomagic of Sphero >>
* Gene ‘typo’ explains severe epilepsy >>
* With Ritalin, brain catches more mistakes >>
* Viewpoint: Precision Measurement with Cold Atoms >>
* 100,000 Nomad planets per star would not be that helpful for interstellar colonization >>
* Scientists find key to immortality for asexual worms >>
* In the early universe, rapid expansion or something very weird >>
* Space Junk Janitors Should Sweep Up 5 Dead Satellites a Year, Experts Say >>
* Finding explosives with laser beams >>
* What it feels like to be surrounded by 2000 leaping dolphins [Video] >>
* Brain cells know which way you'll bet >>
* IBM scientists image the charge distribution within a single molecule >>
* Mozilla’s HTML5-based Open Web Devices will give users a smartphone experience at feature phone costs >>
* Ekso Bionics Sells its First Set of Robot Legs Allowing Paraplegics to Walk >>
* RNA interference cancer treatment? Delivering RNA with tiny sponge-like spheres >>
* 60-year-old definition of surface tension on solids revised >>
* Rare Earth Element Tellurium Found Far, Far away >>
* The Logic Behind Bailing Out the Auto Industry: Job Creation With Robotics >>
* NASA Announces Design For New Deep Space Exploration System >>
* A First Course in Loop Quantum Gravity >>
* Michio Kaku: This Super Camera Captures What is Beyond Human Comprehension >>
* Nanosecurity to Fight Against Biological Spyware >>
* World’s First Quadruple Limb Transplant Performed In Turkey >>
* Wikileaks to Publish 5 Million Stratfor Emails: Anonymous May Be Involved >>
* Apps On "Prescription" From Your GP >>
* How your brain tells you where you are (video) >>
* Robotic Octopus Arm: the First Step on the Way to Soft-Robot Revolution >>
* Meditation and the Brain 1/12: Activating the Brain’s Compassion Circuits >>
* Youtube starts banning 'religiously offensive' videos >>
* Adobe Brings Photoshop Touch to the iPad >>
* Robotic Ultrasound Visualization During Radiation Therapy >>
* Researchers test sugary solution to Alzheimer`s >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 February 2012
* Samsung Galaxy Beam hands-on at MWC 2012 >>
* Court upholds Fifth Amendment, prevents forced decryption of data >>
* The Pentagon Has 6 Bomb-Zapping Ray Guns (Which May Be 6 Too Many) >>
* Light-based 'Metatronics' chip melts minds, not copper >>
* Duracell could bring wireless charging to any smartphone, we go hands-on (video) >>
* Optical Memory Could Speed Up the Internet >>
* Huawei Ascend D Quad (hands-on) >>
* This cat uses sign language to ask for more noms [Video] >>
* Watch a rare interview with the father of the Higgs boson [Video] >>
* Stem Cell Finding Could Expand Women's Lifetime Supply of Eggs >>
* AMD Will Push Piledriver Processor Beyond 4GHz Using Resonant Clock Mesh Technology >>
* Mind-reading skateboard gets cues from neuroheadset (w/ video) >>
* Carbon Nanotube Coated Fibers Could One Day Lead To Self-Heating Clothing [Video] >>
* It Turns Out You Probably Can't Survive An Atomic Bomb Blast Inside a Fridge >>
* Researchers Create Fabric That Converts Body Heat Into Electricity [VIDEO] >>
* Comment of the Day: Michio Kaku on Intelligent Extraterrestrial Life >>
* Should There Be a Sci-Fi Category At the Oscars? >>
* MIT Researchers Able to Control Properties of Nanowires as They Grow >>
* NHK's new Super Hi-Vision sensor captures 8K at 120fps, fast enough for Usain Bolt? >>
* Carnival of Nuclear Energy 93 >>
* Is farming brain-dead chickens more ethical? >>
* Breakthrough Quadcopter Does Previously Impossible Acrobatics [Video] >>
* 35 Years Later, The ‘Wow!’ Signal Still Tantalizes >>
* Robot fish found able to lead real fish (w/ video) >>
* How Long Will Your Love Last? Check Your Oxytocin >>
* Focus: Graphyne May Be Better than Graphene >>
* Nanosecond trading could make markets go haywire >>
* Galaxy may swarm with 100,000 times more ‘nomad planets’ than stars >>
* MIND Reviews: Dirty Minds: How Our Brains Influence Love, Sex, and Relationships >>
* New cancer drug sabotages tumour's escape route >>
* Monkey controls robot hand through brain implants >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – Feb. 23, 2012 >>
* VIDEO: GEVEY Releases First SIM Unlock For iPhone 4S (With No Jailbreak Required) >>
* Blood mystery solved: Two new blood types identified >>
* Aircraft of the future could capture and re-use some of their own power >>
* New Qualcomm chips aim to bring 1.3Gbps WiFi to one and all >>
* Black Hole Creates Fastest Wind Ever Clocked [VIDEO] >>
* Another Demonstration of Extended Longevity in Mice through Transplantation of Stem Cells >>
* Ofer Lahav on dark energy An accelerating universe >>
* Counting down to TED2012: A roundup of guides, schedules and links >>
* Stealth mutations let cancer genes sneak in >>
* Barnstorming the Suborbital Science Frontier >>
* Physicists Pinpoint W Boson, Narrow Search for Higgs >>
* Your Sweaty Ass Could Soon Be Charging Your Phone >>
* ScienceShot: Honey, I Shrunk the Horse >>
* Stochastic Pattern Recognition Dramatically Outperforms Conventional Techniques >>
* Fantastic Voyage: implantable medical device can propel itself through bloodstream >>
* Detonate the transparency grenade to instantly collect and leak sensitive data >>
* All-seeing time-lapse reveals altered memories >>
* Implantable, Wireless Sensors Share Secrets of Healing Tissues >>
* SanDisk 19nm 128Gb flash memory chip is world’s smallest >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 February 2012
* Solar Panels Float, Rotate >>
* How Scattered Light May Reveal Alien Planet Atmospheres >>
* Swimming through blood stream: engineers create wireless, self-propelled medical device >>
* Alright, Neutrinos, The Gig Is Up! [Starts With A Bang] >>
* Skeletal Muscle Printed with Organovo's 3-D Printer >>
* Semiconductor considers switching to a 450 mm 14 nanometer electron beam lithography tool >>
* Men Are Not On Their Way to Extinction After All >>
* What Would Happen If You Shot a Gun In Space? >>
* Scoping the cost of the world's biggest new supercomputer >>
* GPS jamming: a clear and present reality >>
* An 'off' switch for pain >>
* Error Undoes Faster-Than-Light Neutrino Results >>
* The Emerging Science of Connected Networks >>
* Mobile-Connected Devices Will Make the World Even Smaller | >> >>
* Nuclear spies use earth and skies to up their game >>
* Space elevator by 2050 planned, to include space solar power >>
* One-Minute Physics: How to levitate by vomiting milk >>
* Aging of eyes is blamed for range of health woes >>
* Civilization faces ‘perfect storm of ecological and social problems’ >>
* Creating buildings that repair themselves >>
* Recharge your cell phone with a touch? New nanotechnology converts body heat into power >>
* 'Fountain of youth' enzyme lengthens mouse life >>
* US Air Force Expectations around Quantum Computing, Memristors, Nanotechnology >>
* NCBI ROFL: Finally, science invents a toilet seat that takes your blood pressure! >>
* Rudy Rucker - Beyond Machines: The Year 3000 >>
* Google's 'Terminator' Glasses Will Contain A Camera And Track Your Location >>
* Stem cell implants boost monkeys with Parkinson's >>
* Going up: Japan builder eyes space elevator >>
* Biosensors measure sporting success >>
* NASA Hopes To Rent Out Cape Canaveral Launchpads, Other Facilities >>
* Nuclear space bomb 'quite likely' >>
* LightBeam pico projector turns any surface into a display, any object into a remote >>
* Patent application hints at Voice Actions for Google TV >>
* RB3D develops Hercule robotic exoskeleton, boosts strength without P90X >>
* Electric Rockets Set To Transform Space Flight >>
* Gunze's new touchscreen tech knows who's touching it >>
* NYT: Google to sell Android-based heads-up display glasses this year >>
* The Airborne Laser, Missile-Zapping Laser Plane of the Future, Is No More >>
* Brian Cox explains the interconnectedness of the universe, explodes your brain [Video] >>
* How it Works: The Computer Inside Your Car >>
* Why Quantum Theory Is So Misunderstood >>
* NASA Discovers a Water World: A 'New Species' "Unlike Any Planet We Know Of" >>
* Sci-fi ad can scan your face, deliver gender-biased messages >>
* Simulated Space Mission to Teach People How to Cook on Mars >>
* Injectable gel could repair tissue damaged by heart attack >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 February 2012
* Software adds fake objects to photos >>
* Robot immerses you in its senses >>
* Neuroscientists identify how the brain works to select what we (want to) see >>
* Why the Popularity of Some Web Pages Doesn't Fall Over Time >>
* Traffic intersections of the future will control autonomous vehicles >>
* Why is our shrinking moon also stretching? >>
* Prune bad brain wiring with magnetic pulses >>
* “Heart Stop Beating” – New Film Documents Heartless Man >>
* Smaller antennas for smaller wireless devices and still smaller micro-air vehicles >>
* How Did Human Brains Get to Be so Big? >>
* SH Membership Program Update – Carl Zimmer, Ray Kurzweil, Ekso Bionics, and More >>
* Smartphones, Apps, student hackers and startups making revolutionary technology to help the poor at low cost >>
* Taser's on-officer cameras catch you in the act, right to remain silent imperative >>
* Attention RIAA - This is why we pirate - The Oatmeal >>
* Scientists Are Building Robot Dinosaurs Out Of 3-D Printed Fossils >>
* Nokia Siemens HSPA+ Multiflow lets one device connect to two cell sites simultaneously >>
* [Video] Thinking Cities >>
* 65-Foot-High Lego Church Is Really a Party Cathedral [Video] >>
* New Life, From an Arctic Flower That Died 32,000 Years Ago >>
* A New Way to Visualize Earth - Microsoft Research >>
* Lighting a fire under satellite broadband >>
* When 14 Billion Years Just Isn't Enough Time (preview) >>
* Unifying silicon- and DNA-based computing | KurzweilAI >>
* Algorithm Uses Photo Networks To Reveal Your Hometown >>
* Sprinting chips could push phones to the speed limit >>
* India's 500 megawatt breeder reactor to be commissioned in and Russian and Chinese Fast Reactor Plans and Projects >>
* Rio Tinto plans world-first driverless rail network >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 February 2012
* Atomically-precise positioning of a single atom transistor - VIDEO >>
* VIDEOS from "Global Future 2045” congress. >> #gf2045
* What Makes Us Clever? A Horizon Guide to Intelligence >>
* Gas Cooled Modular Reactors Will Change the Future of Energy >>
* The Star Wars Franchise Is Worth Over $30 Billion, And It's Growing >>
* Intel Gets Serious With Solar-powered CPU Tech >>
* Here's Why So Many Women Leave Science And Math Careers >>
* VIDEO: Gesturing towards the future of interaction >>
* Lab-grown hamburger to be served this fall >>
* VLC 2.0 now available, offering faster decoding, a refreshed UI >>
* Intel Chefs Bake WiFi Into Mobile Chips >>
* Futureseek Daily Paper is out! >> ? Top stories today via @lablogga @ieet
* Canadian Man Excavates His Basement Using R/C Trucks Over 7 Years! >>
* "Apple's Future Isn't in Magic, It's in Math" >>
* Single atom transistor gets precise position on chip >>
* Robots and AI are not the same thing >>
* Will Artificial Intelligences Find Humans Enjoyable? >>
* Patrick Tucker Space-Based Solar Power Could Arrive in Ten Years >>
* How To Reverse Aging >>
* Self-Driving Tech Veers into Mid-Range Cars >>
* Small, Modular Nuclear Reactors — the Future of Energy? >>
* A Look At Microsoft's 'Mini Internet' For Testing IE >>
* Commercial Drones Taking To the Skies >>
* New Startup Develops Continuous Blood Pressure Measurement Without a Counter-Pressure Cuff >>
* NHTSA issues "distraction guidelines" proposal for in-vehicle electronics, MyFord Touch frets >>
* I Have Seen The Future, And Its Sky Is Full Of Eyes >>
* MIT duo successfully tests wireless drug-delivery microchips, more consistent than injections >>
* Oxford Nanopore is commercializing a USB-sized sequencing machine >>
* No, Nevada's Robot Car Rules Won't Let You Drink And Drive >>
* Remote-Controlled Drug Device Could Deliver Chemo at Home [Science] >>
* Meet the youngest person on Earth to achieve nuclear fusion [Afternoon Reading] >>
* Eta Carinae's 21-Year Outburst: A Cosmic Instant Replay! >>
* Georgia Tech develops braille-like texting app >>
* 'Talking dictionaries' document vanishing languages >>
* Molecule snakes into DNA and stays put >>
* Doing biotech in my bedroom >>
* First wirelessly controlled drug-delivery chip successfully tested >>
* DNA nanorobots deliver ‘suicide’ messages to cancer cells, other diseases >>
* USB stick can sequence DNA in seconds >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 February 2012
* Video: Weekly Space Hangout with Special Guest Alan Stern >>
* Lower Cost carrier grade Wireless Backhaul communication technology >>
* Bill Cress Talks With Hailey Bright at the 100 Year Starship Conference In Orlando >>
* GPS enhanced with cheap cameras and cheap computers >>
* The Engadget Interview: Duracell President Stassi Anastassov on future battery tech (video) >>
* GENIE rocket system does smooth VTOL, lateral flight, cheap trips to Mars (video) >>
* EPFL's CleanSpace One: clearing up cosmic clutter (video) >>
* SOLID Clues for Finding Life on Mars >>
* Volkswagen’s intelligent car: the next step in connected cars >>
* Low-carbon technologies ‘no quick-fix,’ say researchers >>
* Augmented reality touch interface gives you a remote control robot >>
* Video of the Day: Neil, the cyborg who 'hears' colors >>
* Waterless Washing Machine Levitates Laundry and Cleans It With Dry Ice >>
* York researchers create 'tornados' inside electron microscopes >>
* Microchip Implant Gives Medication On Command >>
* Color is key in controlling flies, researchers find >>
* Sick fruit flies self-medicate with alcohol >>
* Humans Have About 100 Broken Genes Each >>
* DNA nanorobot triggers targeted therapeutic responses >>
* MIT Research: New system allows robots to continuously map their environment >>
* Microchips’ optical future >>
* Estimate of 100,000 objects heavier than Pluto per Star >>
* Power plants: Grow your own electricity >>
* Physicists Predict The Existence of Time Crystals >>
* Major breakthrough in Nanosurgery and the fight against cancer: >>
* Is Commercial space transportation reaching a tipping point? >>
* #ENERGY: "Grid-Scale Batteries Could Buffer Renewables" >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 February 2012
* Universal robot gripper sinks shots, throws darts, makes us feel inadequate (video) >>
* Your Next Laptop Might Be Made of Paper [Materials] >>
* CERN crew takes to Google+ for live Hangout >>
* Video: Coffee-Filled Robot Paw Learns How to Throw >>
* Dust Causes Explosions, And Apparently Nanodust Causes Mega-Explosions >>
* Timelapse: Behind the Scenes at the Keck Telescope >>
* 170 years late, light from star blast reaches Earth >>
* Injecting liquid metal into channels for soft artificial skin >>
* Within 15mins Baby born, then fitted with pacemaker >>
* The mathematics of a heart beat could save lives >>
* In new mass-production technique, robotic insects spring to life >>
* The RIAA's Dream Turns to Nightmare -- Inside The Pirate Bay's Torrent Purge >>
* New 'soft' motor made from artificial muscles >>
* Applying Google’s page-rank software to the molecular world >>
* Planck satellite closer to revealing the cosmic blueprint >>
* Radiation treatment transforms breast cancer cells into cancer stem cells >>
* CleanSpace One: Swiss satellite to tackle risky space debris >>
* Robot camel riders conquer the desert >>
* Why ancient star clusters are all the same size >>
* Global Risks 2012 - The Risk Landscape >>
* Sex: An Unnatural History - Love >>
* A Legal Theory for Autonomous Artificial Agents [book] >>
* 150 IQ Test-Taking Computers >>
* NASA’s Picture of the Future of Human Spaceflight >>
* Beam Brush Quantifies Your Dental Hygiene Habits >>
* Lego-built robotic arm will pour you a drink, collapse under pressure (video) >>
* Cancer Breath Test Enters Clinical Trials >>
* NASA activates Robotnaut 2 on board the ISS, watch it live (video) >>
* Satellite web surfing at 40Mbps with ViaSat SurfBeam 2 Pro (video) >>
* When Will Apple Peak? >>
* Cow Collar Texts Ranchers When Animals Are Sick, In Heat [VIDEO] >>
* GE turns butterfly-inspired tech into cheap, accurate thermal sensors (video) >>
* Video: Spray-On Antenna Material Turns Just About Anything into a Signal Array >>
* Unbelievable New Camera Technology Erases People in the Background of Your Pictures >>
* Mathematical Model Computes Snow Flake Shapes for the First Time >>
* A Legal Theory for Autonomous Artificial Agents [book] >>
* Social Media Week Global Keynote: Don Tapscott on Re-Civilization >>
* Brain Scans Could Reveal If Your Relationship Will Last >>
* Starved by protein, HIV can’t replicate >>
* Amount of data sent to from mobile gadgets will rocket to equivalent of 33 billion full-length DVD films by 2016 >>
* New Quantum Record: Physicists Entangle 8 Photons >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14-15 February 2012
* Quantum dots control brain cells for the first time >>
* MITx free course, Circuits and Electronics, opens for enrollment >>
* Twitter gets satellite support >>
* Infinite storage in the cloud >>
* NASA eyes plan for deep-space outpost near the Moon >>
* Google algorithm picks funniest YouTube clips >>
* Butterfly wings could lead to advanced, low-cost thermal imaging devices >>
* While Average Lifespans Increase, 114 Remains A Stubborn And Mysterious Upper Bound. Why? >>
* Upgrade Your Hard Drive to Infinite Size >>
* Nanostructure of Butterfly Wings Could Lead the Way to Inexpensive Infrared Detectors >>
* Tesla's Model X struts its stuff on video, gets serenaded by Elon Musk >>
* BitTorrent Live: Cheap, Real-Time P2P Video Streaming That Will Kill TV >>
* Your Heartbeat Could Be Your Password [Science] >>
* Future Day: March 1, 2012 >>
* The Netherlands Looks to Take the Lead in Rational Copyright Legislation [Copyright] >>
* View of The Moon from Space HD https://t.co/BalwyI0J
* Computer programs that think like humans >>
* Q & A: Studying the Sun Through Its Sound Waves >>
* Your Brain in Love and Lust >>
* Missing dark matter located: Intergalactic space is filled with dark matter >>
* First-of-its-kind stem cell study re-grows healthy heart muscle in heart attack patients >>
* NASA Space Shuttle-Carrying Jumbo Jet Retires After One Last Flight >>
* Futureseek Daily Paper is out! >> ? Top stories today via @singulr
* Writing a new code for life? >>
* In a jumble of strands, DNA finds its match >>
* New HIV-vaccine tested on people >>
* Injection causes new blood vessels to grow >>
* The evolution of robot soccer >>
* Seven equations that rule your world >>
* The Future of Chocolate (preview) >>
* The Galaxy's Biggest Valentine >>
* Can A Free Online Education Land You A Job? The Era Of Online Education Dawns >>
* Dutch designer melts refrigerators to create 3D printed chairs >>
* Weekly Space Hangout - Feb 9, 2012 >>
* Kelvin Long Talks at the 100 Year Starship Conference in Orlando Florida – Oct 2011 >>
* Seismic Metamaterials Could Cloak Dams and Power Stations >>
* Researchers develop method to examine batteries -- from the inside >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 February 2012
* What do you say to an alien? >>
* Gene therapy for inherited blindness succeeds in patients’ other eye >>
* Molecules from scratch without the fiendish physics >>
* Bionic butterfly wings are ultimate heat sensors >>
* The Nearest Exoplanets >>
* What Does a Nebula Sound Like? >>
* Federico Pistono Robots will steal your job, but that’s OK: how to survive the economic collapse and be happy >>
* Luna, a wild orca boy, tries to communicate with humans by imitating their boat’s motor >>
* Medicine's Tech Future -- the View from the Valley >>
* Battery Turns Saltwater Into Drinking Water >>
* What if all the cats in the world suddenly died? [Environment] >>
* News Analysis: Messages to E.T. >>
* The Scale of the Universe 2 >>
* 10 Creepy Robots (Videos) >>
* Massive Street Protests Wage War On ACTA Anti-Piracy Treaty >>
* Europe stakes billion-dollar bet on new rocket >>
* Weekend Diversion: Interactive Scale of the Universe >>
* Squad mission support systems in Afghanistan and reviewing all war robots >>
* U.K. Switches on World's Biggest Offshore Wind Farm >>
* Bone Transplantation Without Rejection >>
* Smart Camera Tells Tobacco From Marijuana >>
* This Is What Nuking an Earth-Killing Asteroid Looks Like [Video] >>
* NASA wants deep space outpost parked beyond moon >>
* By 2031, we'll all be flying personal blimpjets >>
* Sneak Peak Greatest Toy in the Universe! >>
* New Dimension: 3D Visors Tested for Space Surgery >>
* Live Hangout Interview with Rover Driver Scott Maxwell >>
* Neutrinos point to rare stellar fusion >>
* Rapunzel number helps scientists quantify ponytails >>
* Frozen with Fear? How the Love Hormone Gets You Moving >>
* Is the universe benevolent, malevolent or indifferent? >>
* Glowing sushi and 3D-printed cricket nuggets >>
* Cancer drug reverses Alzheimer's in mice >>
* Molecules from scratch without the fiendish physics >>
* At the Core of NGC 6752 >>
* Meet The Author Of “Robots Will Steal Your Job, But That’s OK” >>
* Paper robots could have a strong, gentle touch >>
* Iran Government Suspected in Cutting Off Internet to Quell Protests >>
* Researchers crack satellite encryption >>
* The Evolution of Robot Soccer >>
* Japan scientist makes 'Avatar' robot >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 February 2012
* Flipped classroom teaching model gains an online community >>
* Heated nanotubes kill cancer stem cells >>
* Amazon + Viacom = Fixed Network Data Caps and the End of TV as We Know It >>
* Listening with a 'quantum ear' >>
* The Social Majority >>
* Sigma DP1, DP2 get 46-megapixel makeover >>
* Super Wear-Resistant AFM Tip Pushes the Boundries of Nanomanufacturing >>
* Hangout With the Scientists Looking for the God Particle >>
* Microsoft: You’ll Never Turn Off Devices Running Windows on ARM >>
* Apple patents eye-tracking 3D technology for iPhone, iPad, or Mac >>
* Nanoshells trap light for more efficient solar panels >>
* 3-D Laser Maps Show How Major Quakes Rend the Earth >>
* Virtual Star Party – Feb. 8, 2012 >>
* Download the Entire Pirate Bay in Just 90 Megabytes [Piracy] >>
* Testing the Best: Sony's 3-D TV Eliminates the Splitscreen >>
* What Do Your Apps Know -- and Say -- About You? >>
* In world of copyright craziness, BitTorrent, Inc. soars to new heights >>
* Tim Berners-Lee takes the stand to keep the Web free >>
* Boosting memory by electrically stimulating the brain >>
* Synopsis: Birth Rhythms >>
* Barriers fall between TV, Internet >>
* Origami Robots Run Only on Air >>
* A mobile device for preventing and treating drug use >>
* 'Explorers,' who embrace the uncertainty of choices, use specific part of cortex >>
* Nerve probe controls cyborg moth in flight >>
* Searching for the algorithm of happiness >>
* Activating neurons with quantum dots >>
* LARES ‘mirror ball’ satellite will test Einstein’s theory >>
* Cutting-edge MRI techniques for studying communication within the brain >>
* Drones vie with supersonics for the future of flight >>
* Acid-powered micro-rocket buzzes at 640 km/h >>
* The Big Bang for Beginners >>
* What to expect from the Windows 8 'Consumer Preview' on Feb. 29 >>
* Black Hole Eats Asteroids, Burps Out X-Rays >>
* Do Alien Civilizations Inevitably ‘Go Green’? >>
* Physicists create new slow-light technique >>
* Quantum dots used for targeting stimulationof brain neurons >>
* Broader Unemployment rates going back to 1900 >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 February 2012 >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 February 2012
* NASA Satellites Show How Our Icy World Is Melting >>
* Scientists make iron transparent >>
* A therapist in your pocket >>
* How to map the 100 billion neurons in the brain >>
* Biological computer encrypts and deciphers images | KurzweilAI >>
* Enceladus Backlit by Saturn <br> >>
* Anonymous leaks emails from Syrian President's office >>
* How Networks Of Biological Cells Solve Distributed Computing Problems >>
* Elon Musk talks about Spacex Reusable Rockets to Rand Simberg and lowering costs for space by 10 to 20 times >>
* Optical Detection of Electric Signals May Herald Next Generation MRI Machines >>
* Modern Comedy: Dean Kamen on FDA Roadblocking Approval of Prosthetic Arm for Amputee Vets >>
* Morality of the Machine: Sentience, Substance, and Society >>
* Details about the Ten Times Energy Production from Cold Fusion Demo at MIT >>
* Multi-layer 3D graphene transistor breakthrough may replace silicon >>
* Watson's New Job: IBM Salesman >>
* MIT Crowdsources and Gamifies Brain Analysis >>
* Meet the USAF's newest X-plane, the X-56A MUTT >>
* Touring the Hospital of Tomorrow >>
* Breakthrough Vaccine Could End Heroin, Cocaine, and Meth Addiction >>
* I, Robopsychologist, Part 1: Why Robots Need Psychologists >>
* The Unusual Physics of Floating Pyramids >>
* Solve for X: Neal Stephenson on getting big stuff done >>
* Welded nanowires may lead to low-cost touch-screens, video displays, LEDs, and thin-film solar cells >>
* Mind control could be future of warfare >>
* Entire genome of extinct human decoded from fossil >>
* Fracture putty to repair broken bone in days >>
* Lasers lighting the way for enhanced treatment of melasma and tattoo removal >>
* First remote-control leg lengthening implant cleared by the FDA >>
* Videos from the NASA Quantum Future Technologies Conference >>
* Google Science Fair 2012: How can I talk to robots in English? [video] | GrrlScientist >> >>
* Neuroscience could mean soldiers controlling weapons with minds >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5-7 February 2012
* Video: Woman Gets Jawbone Made by 3D Printer >>
* Kinect-Powered Amusement Park Will Blow Your Mind >>
* This Robotic Black Box Will Make Your Life Warmer >>
* Cryoscope gadget simulates tomorrow's weather today (video) >>
* Who Cares About Apple TV? Bring Us the Apple Car >>
* Fission rockets could open up the solar system >>
* Scientists weave battery into clothing >>
* Can Google's new conference really save the world? [Video] >>
* The Playgrounds of Tomorrow - >>
* Augmented Reality Will Help Future Astronauts Perform Surgery on Each Other >>
* Audio: 165-Million-Year-Old Cricket Song Comes Back to Life >>
* Salmon DNA-based memory device >>
* A new net >>
* First NASA Quantum Future Technologies Conference >>
* Embodiment, Computation And the Nature of Artificial Intelligence - Technology Review >>
* Dust of the Orion Nebula <br> >>
* Lake Vostok is (Almost) Breached After 20 Million Years >>
* Nikon confirms 36.3 megapixel D800, we go hands-on >>
* Ep. 249: Schrödinger’s Cat >>
* Nuclear thermal gaseous core reactor rockets >>
* The Era of Entanglement: Humanity Is 'Back to the Jungle' >>
* Super Bowl 2012 Ad Roundup: Galaxy Note, Hulu Plus, Best Buy and more >>
* Simulators Take the Humans Out of Hiring >>
* Heat Seeking Robot Absorbs and Shares The Warmth In Your Home [Video] >>
* Online dating research shows cupid's arrow is turning digital >>
* The big data era's flux and pulse >>
* 2 billion jobs to disappear by 2030 >>
* Do the dead outnumber the living? >>
* How are new technologies changing the world?" >>
* 83 year-old woman got 3D-printed Jaw Bone >>
* India’s panel price crash could spark solar revolution >>
* Digital doctoring >>
* Human Waste-Powered Robots May Be Future of Machines >>
* High Speed Elevator faster than 1000 meters per minute >>
* Computer Algorithm Used To Make Movie For Sundance Film Festival >>
* Harnessing nature’s solar cells >>
* The Intelligent Channel Launches (with Colum McCann Interview) >>
* Nicholas Agar The High Price of Long Life >>
* $100,000 Prize: Prove Quantum Computers Impossible >>
* Asteroid orbits modelled in a single atom >>
* Will Artificial Intelligence be America’s Next Big Thing? >>
* World's Largest Virtual Optical Telescope Created >>
* Double-sided, foldable touchscreens should be the future of books >>
* Can We Land On a Comet? >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 February 2012
* Is This The Future of Touchscreen Tech? New Video Will Blow Your Mind >>
* Researchers Create Glass Just 3 Atoms Thick >>
* First ‘Heartless’ Man: You Don’t Really Need A Heart, Or A Pulse >>
* Are You Listening to Astronomy.FM? >>
* Hiroshi Ishiguro's android mannequin creeps out Japanese shoppers (video) >>
* NASA phone nanosensor can detect diabetes and cancer from your breath >>
* Alzheimer's Transmission Pathway Discovered >>
* Reinventing the Lecture >>
* Data point: A majority of consumers now see themselves as overweight >>
* 10-Year-Old Accidentally Creates New Molecule in Science Class >>
* Biosolar breakthrough promises cheap, easy green electricity >>
* Darpa Implants Could Track Your Stress Level 24/7 >>
* Plasma torch is effective for destroying bacteria on raw chicken >>
* New procedure repairs severed nerves in minutes, restoring limb use in days or weeks >>
* Falklanders confident about future >>
* Satellite phone encryption cracked >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – Feb 2nd, 2012 >>
* ‘Kissenger’ allows you to kiss your partner long distance, explore robot love >>
* In this time-lapse movie, the southern lights turn the sky into a cozy inferno [Video] >>
* Why red wine can be healthy: Probable mechanism underlying resveratrol activity uncovered >>
* NASA’s Smartphone Attachment Smells, Identifies Chemical Compounds >>
* New Reuters Site Turns News Decisions Over To Social Media >>
* Visualizing Facebook’s Media Storage: How Big Is 100 Petabytes? >>
* Skype rolls out update for Windows with full HD video calling, group screen sharing >>
* iRobot targeting robots for telemedicine >>
* XPrize founder Peter Diamandis talks Asteroid Mining as his Next Big Venture >>
* Graphene electronics moves into a third dimension >>
* New voice technology can detect if CEOs are lying >>
* Russian Drill Nears 14-Million-Year-Old Antarctic Lake >>
* What happened before the Big Bang? [Ask A Physicist] >>
* Video: To Enable the Robo-Insects of the Future, Researchers Capture Butterfly Flight at 3,000 FPS >>
* NASA’s Blue Marble…Side B. >>
* Quantum Cryptography Comes to Smart Phones >>
* Elements of ExoPlanets >>
* Technology that translates content to the Internet protocol of the future >>
* Synopsis: Rare Fusion Reactions Probed with Solar Neutrinos >>
* Too Big to Know: David Weinberger explains how knowledge works in the Internet age >>
* DARPA works on ‘virtual reality’ contact lenses >>
* Why the brain slows down when we age >>
* How YouTube is part of a global economic transformation >>
* Polarization imaging for super vision >>
* A Look At BMW’s Semi-Autonomous Driving Car >>
* The protein dynein 'walks' along filaments to transport material inside cells >>
* First brain movie captures a mouse thinking >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 February 2012
* Video: 20 nano quadrocopters flying in formation, ready to attack >>
* Artificial intelligence: Getting better at the age guessing game >>
* Earphones that know when they're in the wrong ear >>
* Inside Facebook's S-1 Filing: 845 Million Users, $3.7 Billion In Revenues In 2011 >>
* Lungs clothed in fresh cells offer new hope for transplant patients >>
* First-of-its-kind head patch monitors brain blood flow and oxygen >>
* Sensor Networks In San Francisco Finds Parking Spots >>
* Inaugural Vega Rocket Poised at Europe’s South American Spaceport >>
* Microsoft Updates Kinect Hardware For Official Windows Release >>
* NASA Studying Solar Powered "Space Tugboat" >>
* Crab Robot Helps Remove Stomach Cancer >>
* Quantum Physics for Poets >>
* Mega volcanoes 'may be predicted' >>
* Why Dyson Spheres make the Fermi Paradox worse >>
* Emergency Launch Escape - The Private Space Way >>
* GRAIL returns first video from moon's far side >>
* Wireless power that is 97 percent efficient could revolutionize highway transportation >>
* Cold Fusion with over ten times energy gain was demonstrated at MIT >>
* 802.11ac or 5G Wi-Fi will let tablets stream wirelessly to televisions >>
* Indoor solar cells (w/video) >>
* Scientists uncover strength of spider web design >>
* Report identifies 16 highest priorities to guide NASA’s technology development efforts for next 5 years >>
* The Future And You -- February 1, 2012 >>
* Randal Koene on Singularity 1 on 1 >>
* Segway style vehicle could replace wheelchairs for the disabled >>
* Pirate Bay Founders’ Prison Sentences Final, Supreme Court Appeal Rejected >>
* Repulsive gravity as an alternative to dark energy (Part 2: In the quantum vacuum) >>
* A new system of stereo cameras detects pedestrians from within the car >>
* NASA spacecraft reveals new observations of interstellar matter >>
* Thanks to Plants, We Will Never Find a Planet Like Earth >>
* Drone could soar through Titan's skies for years >>
* Red Aurora Over Australia <br> >>
* First land plants plunged Earth into ice age >>
* Rainbow Aurora in Iceland >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 February 2012
* Scientists decode brain waves to eavesdrop on what we hear >>
* Marijuana Mouth Spray: Will Cancer Pain Reliever Be Abused? >>
* Speed Limits of Evolution (24 million evolutions to go from mouse-to-elephant) >>
* LISTEN: Newly Discovered Recordings By Thomas Edison >>
* Mobile Apps Quickly Lose Appeal Once Installed [Survey] >>
* Why Dinosaurs Were So Huge >>
* Reverse Parking Assist Using Microsoft Kinect >>
* A Cell Phone Counts Cells >>
* A Glucose Meter That Detects Viruses >>
* Scientists build working model of life's engine >>
* Lazy photon among the missing in exotic LHC roll call >>
* Building Better Bananas >>
* What's Taking E.T. So Long to Find Us? >>
* SGI Crams 2.37 Petabytes Into One 19-inch Rack >>
* Handheld Pathogen Sensor Could Diagnose HIV in 30 Minutes >>
* Americans Willing to Pay for Laundry-Folding Robots >>
* Telepathy machine reconstructs speech from brainwaves >>
* The Molecular Biology of Compassion >>
* Want to speak at TED? Now you can audition >>
* Hot Wheels RC iNitro Speeders hands-on (video) >>
* Microsoft's Office 15: To Metro or not to Metro? >>
* Special Report: Dream Jobs?2012 >>
* LCD-equipped 'smart recycle bins' showing up on London streets >>
* Firefox 10 out now: full screen apps, fewer crashes, disappearing forward button >>
* Surveillance video becomes a tool for studying customer behavior >>
* Phase-change materials can fix machine memory crunch >>
* Glimpses of the interstellar material beyond our solar system >>
* 15 Mind-Bending Interview Questions That Every Google Engineer Can Answer (GOOG) >>
* Mobile Phone Data Reveals Human Reproductive Stratagies >>
* Astronomy Cast, Ep. 250: Precision >>
* Face-Detection Program Ranks Senators with the Biggest Smiles [VIDEO] >>
* Is the Earth getting lighter? >>
* Turn Your Facebook Timeline Into a Movie >>
* Toward a New ‘Prime Directive’ >>
* SETI, Whales and Sex-Chips >>
* Everything You Thought You Knew About Learning Is Wrong >>
* Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: February 2012 >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 January 2012 >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 January 2012
* MicroOLED viewfinder delivers 5.4 megapixels in 0.61-inch monochrome display >>
* Zapping Testicles With Ultrasonic Pulses Shown To Be Effective Contraceptive >>
* WiGig SD card gets demoed on tablets, makes DVDs gone in 60 seconds (video) >>
* Video: A New 'Smart Bullet' Deploys Fins and Guides Itself to a Laser-Designated Target >>
* Video: Skin Augmented With Spider-Silk Stops a Speeding Bullet >>
* The swap meet of the future: vending machine exchanges goods for free >>
* Military Masks Could ‘Give Injured Soldiers Their Faces Back’ >>
* Students Discover Millisecond Pulsar; Help in the Search for Gravitational Waves >>
* Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Bank of America team to wipe out phishing >>
* Ant-like robots create complex glowing patterns >>
* An earth based civilization with all clean energy would still warm planet by 3 degrees >>
* Smart paint could revolutionize structural safety >>
* Can't find your keys? Your brain's out of sync >>
* Electronic Tattoo Monitors Brain, Heart and Muscles >>
* Search for aliens is on again, but next quest is finding money >>
* Oxygen molecule survives to enormously high pressures >>
* Defending Physics Against >> >>
* Phase-change materials can fix machine memory crunch >>
* Jamais Cascio The Future Isn’t What It Used to Be >>
* 3D printer and living "ink" create cartilage >>
* Physicists have simulated two universes colliding inside a metamaterial >>
* Do We Need a Ministry of Truth for the Internet? >>
* Future Male Birth Control May Zap Sperm with Sound Waves >>
* Wireless Sensors Monitor Your Thoughts on the Fly >>
* Craigslist 2.0: task outsourcing to local crowd labor >>
* 'Panic button' could help cancer defy drugs >>
* Davos wowed by device that reads 'code of life' in hours >>
* Need a New Assistant? Evi Makes a Bid to Replace Siri on iPhone and Android >>
* Some Windows 8 Laptops May Come With Built-In Kinect Sensors >>
* Apple Buy Hollywood? That’s A Terrible Idea >>
* This incredible RC plane isn't a plane at all [Video] >>
* “Bad Boy” Sunspot Unleashes Powerful X-Class Flare >>
* First quantum jiggles detected in solid object >>
* Space technologies that would help enable a more affordable Permanent Moon Base >>
* What are the near and long term advantages of a Permanent Moon Base >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 January 2012
* Why 3D Printing Isn't Like Virtual Reality >>
* DARPA-Funded Hacker's Tiny $50 Spy Computer Hides In Offices, Drops From Drones >>
* Navy's Robot Warplane Tests Its 'Brains' for Midair Refueling >>
* Medical sensor powered by rap music? >>
* How next-generation consoles may eliminate the used gaming market >>
* Galaxy Formation On a Benchtop >>
* Gossip lowers stress, keeps cheats in check >>
* Biologists discover rotational motion of breast cells, required to avoid malignancy >>
* And Scrabble Proved PSPACE-Complete >>
* First 3D image of cancer-prevention molecule >>
* SkyLight Adapter Connects Microscopes To Smartphones >>
* Virtual trees sway in wind just like the real thing >>
* Microsoft patents secure pairing of devices wirelessly and 3D rangefinder camera >>
* In the Developing World, Solar Is Cheaper than Fossil Fuels >>
* What Apple Should Do With Its $100 Billion In Cash: Buy Hollywood >>
* Newt plans for moon base and using ten percent of NASA budget >>
* How Disposable, Networked Satellites Will Democratize Space >>
* Here are 185 reasons a permanent Moon base is a great idea >>
* Foot Recognition Is the New Face Recognition [Video] >>
* Asteroid Threat to Earth Sparks Global 'NEOShield' Project >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – Jan. 26, 2012 >>
* Neil deGrasse Tyson DESTROYS intelligent design >>
* A computer program "painted" this artwork from its own imagination >>
* Synopsis: Floating Gates >>
* Synopsis: Tipping the Balance >>
* UK Signs ACTA As Activists Urge Resistance >>
* UK judge: Social network sites differ from press >>
* Monkey-brained robot ‘sees’ with whiskers >>
* First for accelerator-driven nuclear reactor >>
* Pac Man Video Game is NP Hard >>
* 3-D Microscopy Casts Blood Vessel's Structure in New Light >>
* Red lights newest "precrime" technique >>
* Google Earth 6.2: It’s a beautiful world >>
* Watch a luminous mouse embryo grow from cell to creature in one minute >>
* New Quantum Dot Tech Could Boost Current Optical Fiber Band Tenfold >>
* Does antimatter weigh more than matter? Lab experiment to find out the answer >>
* Viruses con bacteria into working for them >>
* How neutrons might escape into another universe >>
* Superbugs spied off the Antarctic coast >>
* Newt to NASA: Stop Talking about Space Exploration-Just Do It >>
* Solving energy problems, one molecule at a time >>
* Pac-Man Proved NP-Hard By Computational Complexity Theory >>
* AI will eventually drive healthcare, but not anytime soon >>
* Chemists create artificial cell membrane >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 January 2012
* Scientists create first free-standing 3-D cloak >>
* Replica of Trojan asteroids fits in single atom >>
* World's most powerful X-ray laser creates 2-million-degree matter >>
* Could the Next ‘Toy Story’ Be Rendered in the Cloud? [VIDEO] >>
* Kinect and Windows Phone combine to create holographic game engine (video) >>
* The TIME at Davos Debate: Is Capitalism Working in the 21st Century? >>
* Gingrich promises US moon colony by 2020 >>
* A quantum speed limit: how fast does quantum information flow through a lattice? >>
* Robots go head to head, 250 miles above Earth >>
* Why 3-D Printing Will Go the Way of Virtual Reality >>
* Hello, Earth! Satellite Snaps Amazing 'Blue Marble' Photo >>
* Bill Gates reveals final Steve Jobs conversation >>
* High-Powered Plasma Turns Garbage Into Gas >>
* FBI releases plans to monitor social networks >>
* 2012 Annual Letter from Bill Gates >>
* Hyperactive sun clears space junk – for now >>
* Police Are Making A Scanner To Detect Concealed Weapons 80 Feet Away (video) >>
* Seawater Greenhouses >>
* First diagnosis of disease by DNA sequencing >>
* Sensor Networks Could End Parking Rage >>
* Serious Flaw Emerges In Quantum Cryptography >>
* Weaving electronics into the fabric of our physical world >>
* 'Still Alive' played on 3D printed record, takes music piracy to complicated new levels >>
* Bill Gates' Next Target: Revolutionize Farming >>
* Too Bright for JWST: Some Exoplanets are Overwhelming >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 January 2012 >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 January 2012
* DARPA Has a Simple Solution to Authentication: Reading Users' Minds >>
* Google’s Autonomous Vehicles Draw Skepticism at Legal Symposium >>
* Beloved, not Beliked': Why TV's Live and Streaming Audiences Are Diverging >>
* Was Megaupload takedown in response to Kim Dotcom’s upcoming iTunes competitor? >>
* Solar powered house saves energy with Kinect >>
* Car Platooning successfully demonstrated for four vehicles >>
* Astronomy Cast Ep. 249: Schrödinger’s Cat >>
* Bionic leg makes amputee faster on his feet >>
* First complete 3D visualization of vitamin D receptor >>
* T cells help immune system remember invaders >>
* Electron Holography Produces First Image of a Single Protein >>
* Sebastian Thrun resigns from Stanford to launch Udacity >>
* Virtual projection lets you share your phone's screen >>
* Erectile function restored with stem cells >>
* MIT Media Lab Rolls Out Folding Car >>
* Thousands of Industrial Systems Unwittingly Hooked Up to Internet >>
* Physicists Hope to Catch Neutrons in the Act of Jumping from Our Universe to Another >>
* Andrea Ghez: the hunt for a supermassive black hole >>
* Q&BA full video chat session online >>
* Here's How Google Search Is Destroying Our Memory >>
* Not Quite Smart Enough >>
* Secret ACTA fights over iPod border-searches >>
* “Are We Alone?” How astronomers hope to find life in the Universe >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 January 2012 >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 January 2012
* Researchers turn your smartphone into a virtual projector >>
* MIT Genius Stuffs 100 Processors Into Single Chip >>
* YouTube sucks up one hour of video every second >>
* Laser used to cool semiconductor >>
* Sony's new cameraphone CMOS jams bigger gear into the same space (video) >>
* Technology Is "Almost Human," Children Say >>
* MegaUpload Loses Top Lawyer After ‘Outside’ Pressure >>
* Supreme Court Rules Warrants Needed for GPS Monitoring >>
* The future of piracy is physical objects >>
* Project Bifrost is a new study of nuclear thermal propulsion rockets >>
* Human stem cell therapy works in blind patients in first trial >>
* fMRI brain imaging illuminates magic mushrooms' psychedelic effects >>
* Stem Cells Build a Better Rat Penis >>
* Nanoparticles developed to boost immunity >>
* World's first magnetic soap produced >>
* 5 Questions: Rando on resetting the 'aging clock,' cell by cell >>
* Genes and timing of menopause >>
* Supergravity to the rescue? >>
* Supercomputer 'Titans' Face Huge Energy Costs >>
* Crowdsourcing earthquake activity >>
* Victory for crowdsourced biomolecule design >>
* Prof Jamie Davies – Synthetic Biology: the potential and the problems of re-engineering life >>
* Neural network learns to identify group sizes without knowledge of numbers >>
* Impossible reactions: Five chemistry rules broken >>
* On the Internet of Things IBM Tracks Your Pork From Farm to Fork. Starting with China >>
* How Neutrons Might Escape Into Another Universe >>
* White House Petition To Investigate Dodd For Bribery >>
* Tabletop Computer Knows You by Your Shoes >>
* Startup Makes 'Wireless Router for the Brain' >>
* #scio12 videos on YouTube >>
* DNA motor programmed to navigate a network of tracks >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 January 2012
* Michelle Borkin: Astronomical Medicine >>
* T-rays technology could help develop Star Trek-style hand-held medical scanners >>
* Crowdsourced ‘Star Wars Uncut: The Director’s Cut’ Debuts on YouTube [VIRAL VIDEO] >>
* New mathematical study reveals that our Galaxy should have been colonized by now >>
* Could IBM’s Watson be your next personal shopping assistant? >>
* Researchers Say Children With DNA From Three Parents Only Three Years Away >>
* Self-Adjusting Headlamp Knows If You Want To See Near Or Far [Video] >>
* WATCH: Mind blowing day/night time-lapses of Yosemite >>
* A History of Science Fiction >>
* When Robotic Warfare Goes Wrong - Do We Need New Rules of Combat? >>
* Patrick Tucker Solar Power from the Moon >>
* Uploaded.to Blocks US Visitors After MegaUpload Shutdown >>
* Researchers engineer a switch to tame aggressive cancers >>
* Car Seat To Act Like A Touchscreen Thanks To New 'Smart Fabric' >>
* It Only Takes a Click to Be Part of an Anonymous Attack [VIDEO] >>
* Megaupload Saga Drives Painful Lesson of Cloud Storage Permanence >>
* Y Combinator To Startups: Kill Hollywood >>
* Does Math Really Exist? >>
* Wireless add-on lets you stream video from anywhere without a PC >>
* Understanding PIPA / SOPA & Why You Should Be Concerned >>
* Scientists design solar cells that exceed the conventional light-trapping limit >>
* Feds, Please Return My Personal Files Stored at MegaUpload! >>
* 6 Scientific Discoveries That Laugh in the Face of Physics >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 January 2012
* Terahertz-Rays Technology Could Help Develop Star Trek-Style Hand-Held Medical Scanners >>
* US Election 2012 v Google: can search data predict the Republican primary winner? >>
* Why Does Our Universe Have Three Dimensions? >>
* For Lightning-Fast Drones, Add a Bird's Intuition >>
* Incremental driver automation until the big leap to full automation >>
* Using ion beams to detect art forgery >>
* Could the Internet Ever Be Destroyed? >>
* Neural network gets an idea of number without counting >>
* Airport laser interrogator gives you back your bottle >>
* Type III Dyson Sphere of Highly Advanced Civilizations Around a Super Massive Black Hole >>
* A Tiny Transistor Hooks Up To Individual Proteins In Human Tears >>
* Weekly Space Hangout for Jan. 19th, 2012 >>
* UN approves blazingly fast mobile technology >>
* Fruitfly Genome Mapped in 3-D >>
* Air Lubricated Ships being Commercialized >>
* Feds Kill Megaupload >>
* Spanish fold-up car to be unveiled at EU >>
* A conclusive test for ‘spooky action at distance’ >>
* After exercise, muscles have more stem cells >>
* Quantum mechanics enables perfectly secure cloud computing >>
* ICube unifies CPU and GPU into one core with four threads per core >>
* Apple iBooks 2 textbook hands-on (video) >>
* Apple iTunes U hands-on (video) >>
* Apple's iBooks Author hands-on >>
* Wiring the brain, literally, to treat stubborn disorders >>
* Art-ificial: The virtual virtuosos redefining creativity >>
* Solar cells in smartphone screens >>
* Controlling nuclear fusion instabilities >>
* The algorithms alive and kicking all around us >>
* Why should we stop online piracy? >>
* Better mathematics boosts image-processing algorithm >>
* New Technology Focuses the Sun to Cut Solar's Cost >>
* Could a ‘Death Star’ Really Destroy a Planet? >>
* Smart Pill Contains Microchip to Monitor Patients’ Medication >>
* Valencell’s V-LINC Sensor Technology Monitors Your Health Using Your Music Player’s Buds >>
* Genetic healthy ageing test predicts chances of reaching 100 >>
* Plan For A 'Sea Tree' Park Could Allow Wildlife To Thrive In Cities >>
* Google Collected 4.5 Million Anti-SOPA Signatures Today >>
* Forget Space Beer, Order Meteorite Wine Instead >>
* ISS Soars Over Stormy Africa >>
* Reconstruction sphere makes a flawless digital copy of anything >>
* BitTorrent's New P2P Protocol Could Fix the Internet's Shoddy Streaming Video Quality [Streaming] >>
* How drugs get those tongue-twisting generic names: >>
* Chip for Cardiac biomarker analysis from fingerprick blood with results in 45 minutes and 100 times more sensitivity >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 January 2012
* Microsoft introduces new robust "Resilient File System" for Windows Server 8 >>
* Apple patents clothes that track how you wear them, tell you when it's time to update your wardrobe >>
* NASA Joins MIT and DARPA for Out-Of-This-World Student Robotic Competition >>
* Improvement On Age-Old Mathematical Principle Could Yield Improved Images, Video >>
* Role of Genes in Life-Long Intelligence Pinned Down a Bit >>
* Commanding Robots Using Natural Language >>
* Rescue Dog Deploys Robot Snake by Barking >>
* Army’s Virtual Reality Plan: A Digital Doppelganger for Every Soldier >>
* Microrockets Can Zip Around the Human Stomach, Powered by Hydrogen Bubbles >>
* How Robots Will Do the Heavy Lifting in the Sahara and Antarctica >>
* Fruit Flies Use Sunlight to Stay on Course >>
* Hitler reacts to SOPA. >>
* Dropbox founder Drew Houston wants to Sync files on all devices >>
* Interview with Aubrey De Grey on Progress in Therapies for Rejuvenation and Delivery >>
* Unveiling malaria's 'cloak of invisibility' >>
* Therapy protects liver from drug damage >>
* Blogs About the Future >>
* Artificial Testicle Could Treat Male Infertility >>
* New automated tomography imaging process speeds up whole-brain mapping >>
* Metamaterials generate gecko-like adhesive force >>
* Software could spot face-changing criminals >>
* How the brain routes traffic for maximum alertness >>
* Costa Concordia cruise ship pictured from space >>
* Death-defying time crystal could outlast the universe >>
* The rarest things on Earth >>
* How salvage of the Costa Concordia might work >>
* What if every electron in the universe was all the same exact particle? [Mad Science] >>
* Brain scientists make cyborg rats >>
* New 'Chaos" Sensing System May Enable Viewing of Nanoparticles >>
* Boas Time Their Big Squeeze to Prey's Heartbeat >>
* SENS5 Video: Neuron Replacement in the Neocortex >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 January 2012 >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 January 2012
* Health Sensors Are Everywhere: Up Close With Striiv And Fitbit >>
* KDDI and Kyocera create speaker-free smartphone, we go hands-on (video) >>
* A Red Scarlet-X 4K tour around CES 2012 (video) >>
* AcceleGlove teaches you sign language: we go hands-in (video) >>
* White House Responds To SOPA Critics, Says Administration Will Not Support Censorship >>
* VIDEO: How did this happen to modern ship? >>
* Pleo Makers Design a Self-Adjusting Robot Pillow [Sleep] >>
* What If Humans Were Twice as Intelligent? >>
* MS damage washed away by stream of young blood >>
* Tiny transmitter sets frequency record: Revolutionary terahertz transmitter developed >>
* Surgical robots to provide open-source platform for medical robotics research >>
* Researchers discover particle which could 'cool the planet' >>
* What's Next: Eco friendly hybrid energy generating systems >>
* How the Internet of things could make the world safer and greener >>
* British student can be extradited to US over website >>
* Display system bounces lasers off invisible screens into your eyeballs >>
* Behold, the 1977 budget breakdown for Star Wars [Star Wars] >>
* String theorists squeeze nine dimensions into three >>
* A French autonomous car >>
* NASA video on LENR (low energy nuclear reactions), a clean form of nuclear energy >>
* Synthetic windpipe is used to replace cancerous one >>
* Rice’s ‘quantum critical’ theory gets experimental boost >>
* Curious skull-bots interact with their human visitors >>
* IBM Research determines atomic limits of magnetic memory >>
* Amazing Non-Lethal Weapons The Military Is Working On >>
* New sensation: Phones that let you feel the world >>
* Can Siri Control Your Home? [VIDEO] >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – Jan. 12th, 2012 >>
* Study: 1 in 900 sex acts spreads HIV virus >>
* Found: The First Ever Saturn-Like Exoplanet Surrounded by Orbital Rings >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 13 January 2012
* IBM cuts size to store a single bit from 1 million to just 12 atoms. >>
* CES 2012: Tablet PC 'makes cup of coffee' >>
* VIDEO: Motor shoes developed for commuting >>
* Hands-off with the Golden-i head-mounted computer >>
* Samsung NaviBot-S hands-on (video) >>
* Android Sign Language Interpreting Glove >>
* DNA Sequencing is Now Improving Faster Than Moore's Law! >>
* Designers Print 3D Buildings, Make Models Out of Metal Powder [VIDEO] >>
* The Greatest Toilet Seat I've Ever Seen [Video] >>
* Sony outlines future PlayStation technology – 8k, 300fps targeted >>
* 3D view: Why aging arteries lose stretch >>
* Physicists develop nano-level sound detector >>
* Receptor for tasting fat identified in humans (w/ Audio) >>
* Scientists identify gene crucial to normal development of lungs and brain >>
* Electron's negativity cut in half by supercomputer >>
* Disruption of biological clocks causes neurodegeneration, early death >>
* CES 2012: 3D printer makers’ rival visions of future >>
* How A Single Screen Can Show Several Interactive Perspectives >>
* Senstore Wants To Make A Tricorder That Monitors The Entire Body >>
* Mogees Acoustic Interface Transforms the World into Your Turntable >>
* Exact colour of Milky Way found >>
* Improved Spacex Merlin Engines Enable Vastly Superior Falcon Heavy and Even better future systems >>
* Using the D-Wave One to calculate Ramsey numbers >>
* VIDEO: Is life expectancy in our genes? >>
* Discovery Could Lead to an Exercise Pill >>
* Why CES Looks To Be A Yawn This Year >>
* OnLive Viewer Hits Google TV, Full Gaming Capability Potentially On The Way >>
* CES 2012: Waterproof Phones, Inside and Out >>
* CES 2012: Mercedes-Benz Introduces Connected-Vehicles >>
* CES 2012: Google's Schmidt Hints at "Smart Home" Strategy >>
* Future Tanks Will Be Cooler, and Thus Invisible to Thermal Detection >>
* Apple to hold media event on education next week >>
* Sharp's 8k TV Is Like Standing in the Presence of a Wrathful God [TV] >>
* 'SpareOne' mobile phone ditches extras - but has a battery that lasts for 15 years >>
* xkcd: Game AIs >>
* CES: Laundry app lets you know when clothes are done >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11-12 January 2012 >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11-12 January 2012
* Sony's next-generation 55-inch 'Crystal LED Display' prototype presented at CES >>
* TED2012: Full Spectrum speaker lineup >> #TED
* 160 Billion Alien Planets May Exist in Our Milky Way Galaxy (>> >>
* Sequencing a human genome in one day for $1,000 >>
* Progress to robotic cars - 40% of compact cars will have Advanced Driver Assistance >>
* It’s time to start 3D scanning the world >>
* Students break record by folding toilet paper 13 times >>
* Should computers have their own websites? >>
* Dwave systems publishes a paper showing 84 qubit calculation >>
* CES: Waterproof gadgets are a surprise hit at show >>
* Why physicists can't avoid a creation event >>
* Beautiful Pictures Of Earth At Night From Space >>
* BlueStacks brings App Player, 400,000 Android apps to Windows 8 (video) >>
* CES 2012: The Golden Age of Consumer Electronics >>
* TED Book: “Controlling Cancer” offers bold plan to stop a killer >>
* Qualcomm's Quad-Core TV Processors Could Deliver Console Quality Gaming—Without the Console [Guts] >>
* Here's How Siri Can Power an Apple HDTV [Apple] >>
* Watch two different movies at the same time on TCL's Dual Display >>
* Brain-on with Haier's mind-controlled TV >>
* Video: LG's Beer Blast Chiller In Action >>
* Sony's 4K Home Projector Eyes-On: Can't Tell the Difference to a Theater Projector [Video] >>
* The Second Wave of Gesture-Controlled TVs >>
* Interaction of Expected Technological Improvements >>
* NEC demonstrates first terabit/s superchannel transmission over 10,000km >>
* Ten million dollar Qualcomm Medical Tricorder Xprize has been officially launched >>
* By stopping misfolds, genes keep us healthy >>
* Introducing the 'nano-ear' >>
* Nanoscale biological coating halts bleeding nearly instantaneously could prevent battlefield deaths >>
* Resurrecting extinct proteins shows how a machine evolves >>
* Chinese crunch human genome with videogame chips >>
* Seeing quantum mechanics with the naked eye >>
* PageRank Identifies Greatest Cricket Team and Captain of All Time >>
* Simpler, smarter consumer-electronics interfaces >>
* Brain activity linked to delusion-like experience >>
* One-Minute Physics: How to measure superfast neutrinos >>
* Astronomy Cast – Episode 247: The Ages of Things >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9-10 January 2012
* Chaotic Moon shows Xbox Kinect / Windows 8-powered electric skateboard (video) >>
* App Ruins Your iPad by Running Windows on It >>
* Microsoft’s “Picture Password”: A Breath Of Fresh Air On The Lock Screen, Of All Places >>
* ViaSat 12Mbps 'exede' broadband gets official date and data bundles, eyes up you rural types >>
* Victorinox's 1TB USB / eSATA II drive fingers-on >>
* Prepare Yourself: Kinect is Coming to Windows Feb. 1 >>
* Baby Monkeys Have Cells From Up to Six Parents >>
* Lowe's Unveils "Smart Home" System >>
* Belkin's WeMo: Home Automation For Dummies [Home Automation] >>
* LG: refrigerator that helps you diet and keeps track of your groceries, a robot that vacuums via smartphone. >>
* LG fridge chills cans, bottles in just minutes >>
* Stem cell therapy reverses diabetes >>
* Video: A Nanotech Treatment For Your Phone Lets It Survive Dunking In Water >>
* The Pill That Could Cure Depression by Growing Your Brain [Science] >>
* Tiny particles may illuminate reactor cores >>
* What If There Were No Gravity? >>
* Former astronaut to lead starship effort >>
* The virtual anatomy, ready for dissection >>
* Rolling microcapsules repair damaged surfaces >>
* 15 big ways the Internet is changing our brain >>
* Congress considers paywalling science you already paid for >>
* A ultra-high-res 100 nm microscope on your cell phone? >>
* Photoacoustic device finds cancer cells before they become tumors >>
* Your Body Wasn’t Built To Last: A Lesson From Human Mortality Rates >>
* Next Ice Age Not Likely before 1,500 Years >>
* First Map of Universe's Earliest Stars Unveiled >>
* A Smart Phone that Knows You're Angry >>
* MIT researchers use smart phones to monitor health >>
* GM's OnStar Future Car: 4G and a Dash Full of Apps [Video] >>
* Parrot unveils AR.Drone 2.0 with 720p HD camera, autonomous video-recording >>
* Remote Weather Access Platform links up weather stations to your phone >>
* Tobii's Gaze interface lets you use your eyes to move a cursor, perform gestures >>
* Lenovo 55-inch Ice Cream Sandwich HDTV hands-on (video) >>
* Evolution of complexity recreated using 'molecular time travel >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6-8 January 2012
* 100 Things to Watch in 2012 >>
* Implanted biofuel cell converts bug's chemistry into electricity >>
* Onyx develops 330-watt 'plug-n-play' solar panel with built-in AC outlet >>
* Augmented Reality: Microsoft Edison Lab light-guiding onto viewer eyeballs >>
* ZiiLabs debuts '100-core' ZMS-40 processor optimized for Android 4.0 >>
* New Lab on a Chip Device for Antibiotic Susceptibility Testing >>
* Tobii Gazes into the future, sees you navigating Windows 8 with your eyes (video) >>
* Sensics Natalia head-tracking 3D goggles work alone or with PCs, consoles and phones >>
* Melanie Swan Synthetic Biology: Key Field of the Future >>
* Solar Powered Kindle Cover Introduced At CES >>
* AOC reveals 22-inch, USB-powered 1080p monitor >>
* USB Indoor/Outdoor Thermometer III >>
* A First for Samsung: Smartphone Printers >>
* New Facebook app lets dead live on >>
* Project Icarus – Scientific Objectives >>
* Motorola teases wireless power, invites you to Stay Unplugged (video) >>
* Always Innovating HDMI dongle brings Android to your dumb TV (video) >>
* Contact Lens Monitors Blood Sugar >>
* Leonard Nimoy and Woz on stage together every bit as awesome as you’d think [Video] >>
* Stephen Hawking: We Should Look for Collision with Another Universe in Our Distant Past >>
* Did star cluster death rays zap Earth? >>
* China Broad Group constructs 30 story building in 15 days >>
* Weekly Space Hangout for Jan. 5th, 2012 >>
* The First Gigabit-Speed Wi-Fi Cards Will Make Streaming Netflix More Awesome [Wi-Fi] >>
* Master controller of memory identified >>
* Is dark matter generating mysterious radio waves? [Astrophysics] >>
* Predictions for 2012: Now or Never for the Standard Model of Physics >>
* Molecules To Protect The Brain From Nerve Gas >>
* Globally, 2011 Was Costliest Disaster Year Ever >>
* A laser that works better shaken, not stirred >>
* Ericsson's vision of a Networked Society >>
* Micromanagement Material: Electronic Sleeves Monitor Workers’ Efficiency >>
* Brain function starts to decline as early as age 45 >>
* Enterprising engineers build world's smallest microphone >>
* Researchers build a probe capable of capturing the motion of electrons in a nanoparticle >>
* Take two robots and call me in the morning >>
* LG to introduce Google TV at CES 2012 >>
* A tiny hiding hole in time >>
* Robots decipher animal communication strategies >>
* Research may extend Moore’s law, enable silicon-based quantum computing >>
* World’s first primate chimeric offspring >>
* Kenya: Once Again Paving The Way In Mobile, This Time With New Health App (video) >>
* Light makes write for DNA information-storage device >>
* 3-D cameras for cellphones >>
* Octopuses Rewrite Their RNA to Beat the Cold >>
* Encrypting pictures using chaotic cellular automata >>
* Apple power adapters could remember your passwords >>
* Buildings and clothes could melt to save energy >>
* Hundreds of tiny moons may be orbiting Earth >>
* Ohm Run: One-Atom-Tall Wires Could Extend Life of Moore's Law >>
* 100 Year Starship Study report >>
* Tectonic shifts in employment >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4-5 January 2012
* Microsoft’s Newest Flight Simulator Goes Freemium >>
* Avoiding Facial Recognition of the Future >>
* Facebook, Google, Twitter and More: 12 Predictions for 2012 >>
* Microphone Turns Any Surface into Touch Interface >>
* 80,000-Year Voyage to Alpha Centauri: Carrying the DNA Necessary to Recreate Humans >>
* 10 Tech Concepts You Need to Know for 2012 >>
* New Research Suggests That Dreaming About a Task Gives Us an Edge in Real Life >>
* Apple 'considering bid for Premier League TV rights' >>
* Concept Socket That Ejects Your Appliances When You Forget to Unplug Them >>
* MetroPCS to sell phones with TV tuners >>
* Can You Give Someone Cancer? >>
* China Builds the World's Largest Battery, a Building-Sized, 36-Megawatt-Hour Behemoth >>
* Scientists create first 3-D map of human genome >>
* Encrypting Pictures Using Chaotic Cellular Automata >>
* Videos of 28th Chaos Communication Congress talks >>
* Optogenetics switch turns neurons on and off >>
* Solar paint is inefficient but simple to make >>
* Startup promises a revolutionary grid battery >>
* Is 2012 The Year That Robot Applications Take Root? >>
* Doubts over virus that can hunt down cyberattacks >>
* Company Claims Optical Blood Pressure Monitor Breakthrough >>
* NASA Wants to Power Robots With Microbes >>
* Dinosaur-Like Tails Make Terrestrial Mobile Robots More Agile >>
* Why is Russia Hot on Molecular Nanotech and the US Not? >>
* Swiss Jumpglider Bot Leaps Into Flight, Inspired by Insects and Bats >>
* MRI: Quantum computing meets medicine >>
* NASA Rover Mission Marks 8 Pioneering Years on Mars >>
* Q & A: Where did the Sun Come From? >>
* Tiny Area 1/400th of Milky Way is Changing View of Life in Cosmos >>
* Breast and Pancreatic cancer vaccine could being human clinical trials by end of 2012 >>
* Researcher predicts AIs with dog-level intelligence within a decade >>
* Physicists propose test for loop quantum gravity >>
* Viewpoint: A Trapped Nanoparticle Listens In >>
* Pitt: A shot of young stem cells made rapidly aging mice live longer and healthier >>
* Cat-brushing robot draws all signs of contentment (w/ video) >>
* Bulging fibre excels at storing light >>
* Scanadu developing a Medical Tricorder >>
* Understanding the science for tomorrow: myth and reality >>
* Using millions of glowing bacteria to detect toxins >>
* Leaping lizards and dinosaurs inspire robot design >>
* How Rovio Makes Money >>
* #ALGORITHMS: "Six Ways to Kill Enterprise Innovation" >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1-3 January 2012
* Doctorow: the Coming War On General-Purpose Computing >>
* Scientists grow sperm in laboratory dish >>
* Your Connected Vehicle Is Arriving >>
* Lawsuit Over Twitter Followers May Not Set Precedent For Similar Cases >>
* Augmented Reality: LG Optimus Hyper Facade in Berlin >>
* 2012 >>
* Watch and Wear: First Color TV Shirt Created >>
* Ask Ziggy: the Windows Phone 7 counter to Apple's Siri (video) >>
* RED's Scarlet-X 4K camera gets video review: you've never needed $11,700 so badly >>
* The Future of the Internet: Where Do We Go From Here? >>
* Adding more water may be the only way to save Venice from sinking [Megaengineering] >>
* Isaac Asimov's Five Best Short Stories >>
* AVIATR: An Airplane Mission for Titan >>
* Stanford online course on natural language processing >>
* Toshiba has a device that removes 97% of cesium from radioactive soil >>
* Dead? Social media’s explosive growth is only beginning >>
* 6 Big HealthTech Ideas That Will Change Medicine In 2012 >>
* TVs and phones learn new tricks >>
* iOS apps shown running on Apple TV at 720p in new video demo >>
* Robots to enjoy long walks on the beach >>
* Top 10 technology trends for 2012 >>
* Andrea Kuszewski #1: Increase Your Intelligence: Five ways to maximize your potential >>
* Workstation: For Multitaskers, 2012 May Be a Year of Revenge >>
* Raspberry Pi, a Tiny But Powerful $25 PC, Coming Soon [VIDEO] >>
* What a Difference Two Decades Makes (PIC) >>
* Why does stretching feel so good? >>
* What Is The Business Model For Mars? >>
* Brain's Connective Cells Are Much More Than Glue >>
* Desktop Wallpaper Calendar: January 2012 >>
* WindFlip deploys offshore wind turbines the simplest way possible >>
* Stem cell cure for hearing loss in aged >>
* Hackers prepare space satellites >>
* How Mollusk Blood Could Cure Cancer >>
* 2011: A Banner Year for Hype >>
* 2011 year in review >>
* Quadrocopters don creepy eyes, build synthetic Christmas tree of envy (video) >>
* LG to debut the holy grail TV: 84-inch 3D 'ultra definition' TV >>
* The cure for schizophrenia isn't in our genes after all >>
* Wi-Fi Protected Setup Flaws Make Wireless Network Brute-force Attacks Feasible >>
* Want To Play Connect 4? The Nao Robot Is Ready to be Your Board Game Buddy >>
* The Future of Science 2021 >>
* Best of 2011: New Type Of Entanglement Allows 'Teleportation in Time' >>
* Learning at a snail’s pace to enhance memory >>
* The Best of Starts With A Bang: Top 10 for 2011 >>
* Helicopters Go Electric >>
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