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Tristans Link archive; 2-3 Feb 2010

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* New research rejects 80-year theory of ‘primordial soup’ as the origin of life http://ff.im/-fjq6s
* 100x Faster WiFi Closer to Reality http://ff.im/-fjjUk
* NASA Funds Crew Concepts http://ff.im/-fjfBX
* Adobe CTO Defends Flash Against Apple HTML5 http://ff.im/-fjf9g
* Scientists map out regulatory regions of genome, hot spots for diabetes genes http://ff.im/-fiNo1
* Compound LJ001 Acts Like Antibiotic Against Viruses http://ff.im/-fiMLK
* Health Tweeder Hopes to Distill Medical Twittersphere http://bit.ly/8X4SDw
* Crystals in a Meteorite Found to be harder than Regular diamonds – http://bit.ly/agutpa

* Hubble Detects Mysterious Spaceship-Shaped Object Traveling at 11,000MPH http://ff.im/-fiMAW
* Video; Robots Evolve Cooperative Behaviors, Learn To Hunt And Be Hunted http://ff.im/-fiMbL
* TR: Malleable Maps, Artistic Robots and Bubble Interfaces http://ff.im/-fiFov
* Multitouch Future: Stick-on Plastic Film Can Make 108-Inch Touchscreens http://ff.im/-fiCZD
* Digital doomsday: the end of knowledge – New Scientist http://ff.im/-fhFAh
* MIT’s Bionic Man: Accelerating the Integration of Body & Machine http://ff.im/-ffRUn

* New adhesive device could let humans walk on walls http://ff.im/-ffJCB
* JVC’s latest projector capable of 4x HD resolution or 4 screens http://ff.im/-ffx7n
* Cells send dirty laundry home to mom http://ff.im/-ffwsg
* News Analysis – Billions for NASA, With a Push to Find New Ways Into Space – NYTimes.com http://ff.im/-ffu5A
* Magnetic nanoparticles show promise for combating human cancer http://ff.im/-ffrYZ
* Robotic Pallet-Stacking Challenge Aims to Create an Automation Benchmark for Industry http://ff.im/-feZw6

* Engineers develop cancer-targeting nanoprobe sensors http://ff.im/-feYW8
* Millimeter Wave Chips Could Make Wireless A/V a Normal Thing http://ff.im/-feYI1
* arXiv: Physicists Discover How to Grow Graphene http://ff.im/-feYgz
* Scientists create new way to screen libraries of 10 million or more compounds http://ff.im/-feTbF
* DARPA Asks Boston Dynamics For Bigger BigDog | BotJunkie http://ff.im/-fePJU
* Spray-On ‘Liquid Glass’ Protects Surfaces From Just About Anything http://ff.im/-fetys
* Eric Drexler on Self Assembly and Chris Phoenix does the same at CRNano http://ff.im/-fehtB
* Evolving robots navigate a maze, help each other, plot descruction of mankind http://ff.im/-fefU1

Likes:
* Wildcat: Building body parts using nanocellulose http://bit.ly/9yNrCY
* Eric Logan: Next in Military Technology: Unmanned Black Hawk? http://bit.ly/a1dBkx
* Alexander Kruel: Cyborg Insect Spies to Become Nuclear Powered: http://bit.ly/9nDSD3
* Alexander Kruel: Distracted by Everything | PBS http://bit.ly/bqzoA6
* Eric Logan: BBC News – Professor’s alien life ‘seed’ theory claimed: http://bit.ly/crJ41i
* Alexander Kruel: Neil D Tyson: “If you’re scientifically literate the world looks very different … http://bit.ly/byXZJh
* imabonehead: Technology Review: Monitoring Cell Death Could Help Cancer Treatment: http://bit.ly/aDDdjq
* Kol Tregaskes: FriendFeed List Editor – http://ffedit.com *FFEDIT *FriendFeed: http://bit.ly/bCWVCn
* Wildcat: Body Computing Conference 3.0: Keynote Address by Daniel Kraft, M.D.: http://bit.ly/cVrX9w

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