Archive for March 16, 2010

Tristans Daily Link Review; 16 March Feb 2010

* Evidence for life on Mars may be staring us in the face – Link
* Nose Scanners — the New Face of Biometrics? Link
* Watch This 5 Minute Video Explain Why Stem Cell Research Has to Take so Long. Link
* Foresight 2010 Conference video now online – Link
* Mark Roth: Suspended animation is within our grasp Link
* Demonstrating the Newspaper Stand of the Future Link
* First Internet .com Celebrates 25th Anniversary Today Link
* Dr. Kaku’s Universe. Link

* Humans Want to Share Information Link
* Future bio-nanotechnology will use computer chips inside living cells Link
* Human arm transmits broadband Link
* Replica of big skull from 28,000 years ago suggests human brains have started to shrink Link
* Spinning Kilometers of Nanotube Yarns Link

* 1 gene lost=1 limb regained? Scientists demonstrate mammalian regeneration through single gene deletion Link
* Genomics sexual tug-of-war | genes beneficial to males are disadvantageous for females vice.vs Link
* Stanford Computational feat speeds finding of genes to milliseconds instead of years Link
* Device advances interventional radiology treatment clears blocked arteries, prevent stroke Link
* Amniotic Fluid Cells More Efficiently Reprogrammed to Pluripotency Than Adult Cells Link
* Personalized Medicine Institute Targets a Revolution in Cancer Treatment by 2015 Link

* D-Wave Systems’ Quantum Computing Aims at Human Level AI | h+ Magazine Link
* Battery Life Could Increase By Four Times With Lithium-Sulphur Batteries Link
* Mysterious robot shuttle blasting into space next month Link
* SpaceX Successfully Test-Fires Falcon 9 Rocket Motors, Could Launch Next Month Link
* NASA Could Be Close To Proving The Existence Of A “Death Star” In Our Solar System Link
* Dragonfly personal rocket copter: available this year? Link
* Rolling Martian Avalanche Greets the Spring Link
* An Autonomous Bot that Burrows Underground to Deliver Deadly Payloads Link

* Pirate Bay Legal Action Dropped In Norway Link
* File Sharing And Torrent Websites Now Legal In Spain Link
* The Pirate Bay’s Founder Likens P2P To Coke Link

* Microsoft Employees Leave The Windows Phone 7 Team…To Make Windows Phone 7 Apps Link
* Why HTML5 is worth your time Link
* SXSW: Digg’s Big Redesign Taps Into Social Web Link
* Twitter meshes into websites with @Anywhere Link
* StreamTransport Grabs Hulu Videos for Offline Viewing Link

* Seeking dark matter on a desktop Link
* How to see 2.000.000 years in the past Link
* NASA finds shrimp dinner on ice beneath Antarctica Link
* How Innovation Can Tame Chaotic Care Link
* Visual Part of Brain Regularly Predicts What It’s Supposed to See, Flabbergasted When It Doesn’t Link
* How Ritalin Works in the Brain: With a One-Two Dopamine Punch Link
* The Poppy’s Secret: Scientists Find the Genes That Make Morphine Link
* Breakthrough for the quantum simulator Link
* Can we detect quantum behaviour in viruses? Link
* The scientific brain Link
* Design Approaches for the 21st Century City Link

* Ashalynd: Fabulous creatures, from Theory and practice of design Link
* Anibal M. Astobiza: The Dawning of the Age of Biology Link
* Ashalynd: In theory, the whole Universe might be a big multilevel self-assembling puzzle. But this doesn’t explain… Link
* Dick Pelletier: Proactive Healthcare Link
* Eric Logan: The Data Singularity is Here : Dataspora Blog: Link
* Anibal M. Astobiza: The future of Facebook: will it end up eating itself? Link
* Wildcat: Evolutionary game theory: Temporal and spatial effects beyond replicator dynamics Link
* Reilly: Brains and Minds a general understanding of brains as dynamical systems  Link
* Wildcat: This mountain has no top: Link

* A Kruel: Odds Are, It’s Wrong – Science fails to face the shortcomings of statistics: Link
* Kol Tregaskes: Scientifically the universe is fundamentally meaningless.Nothing will last forever.. Link
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