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Tristans Daily Link Review; 24 Feb 2010

February 24, 2010 Leave a comment

* Six tricks that alien trackers could use – New Scientist
* Metamodern: How to study for a career in nanotechnology
* Virulent Bird-Human Flu Hybrid Made in Lab | Wired
* Second Life’s new player builds toward Web
* Should scientists be asking these questions?

* South Korea to put robot teachers in the classroom
* Work Smart: Claiming Your Name on the Web
* Top 10 Time-Lapse Videos Show Nature at Work | Wired
* Accelerating Future » Richard Dawkins on the Singularity
* Video : The Future Of Personalized Medicine

* 10-of-the-worlds-strangest-social-networks
* TED2010: Philip K. Howard: Four ways to fix a broken legal system
* Avoiding a Digital Dark Age
* Tweetcatcha- Twittersphere visualization story pickup-

* Singularity University’s Summer Program Doubling in Size
* Junctionless Transistors Next Step at 20 Nanometer Node Better Scaling Properties
* Robot Flowers
* A Step Toward Solving The Mobile Router Conundrum
* Evolution in a Test Tube -Scientists Create Immortal Genetic Molecule

* Google Earth’s View of the Boneyard, Where Planes Go to Die
* Breakthrough in All-Optical Processing Could Bring Terabit Data Speeds
* The Present and Future of Unmanned Drone Aircraft: An Illustrated Field Guide

* Hover-Chair Brings Senior Citizen Air Hockey One Step Closer To Reality
* DNA sequencing unlocks relationships among flowering plants
* Nanoparticle Developed To Boost Anti-Cancer Immunotherapy
* So how sophisticated are video games these days? Words from EA’s Henry LaBounta
* Oral Cancer Study Full Tumor Genome; Novel Method Analysis for Individualized Medicine
* What it might take to unravel the lean mean machine that is cancer

* Gene regulation: Can we stomach it?
* Laser adds extra dimension to lab-on-chip
* Game Lets Soldiers Train in a Virtual Iraq or Afghanistan
* Hourglass Figures Affect Men’s Brains Like a Drug
* Next for NASA: Inflatable Space Stations, In-Orbit Refueling, Space UAVs and More
* PR2 Gets Better At Plugging Itself In
* ROBO-ONE Humanoid Helper Project

* Bitter melon extract attacks breast cancer cells
* Device Measures Magnetic Field of Heart, Providing a New Tool to Diagnose The Organ
* Full Genome Sequencing Helps Create Personalized Blood Cancer Test
* Alien invaders pack the Milky Way
* How the Brain Makes Space for New Memories: By Erasing a Few Old Ones

* Piracy Isn’t Killing The Movie Industry, Greed Is
* Why Modern Business Is Bad for Your Mental Health
* OSCAR understands the language of chemistry, naturally
* Kopin Golden-i head-mounted computer uses Windows CE 6
* Segway Made from Lego Robot Kit Works Without a Gyro (video)
* Ancient Human Ancestors Faced Fearsome Horned Crocodile
* Optogenetics Offers Insight into the Last Frontier: The Brain
* Turn the Tube Around: Futuristic Fridge Gives Free Previews
qtd:  this is not an information revolution, it is a relationship revolution.

* Anibal M. Astobiza: PopSci’s Videos: Future Of: Brain Fingerprinting
* Wildcat: IEEE Spectrum: Genome as Commodity:
* Mobile Banking – Cellphone-based cash transfer system has changed the way Kenyans handle.
* Alexander Kruel: Time Management and Memory | Reduce the Cognitive Load:
* Alexander Kruel: Chimps are intelligent enough to appreciate a full pint
* Wildcat: Copyright and patents should be scrapped, whole new categories of intellectual prop

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