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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 March 2011

* Samsung mass producing 22-inch transparent LCDn>>
* Measuring emotions with technology — MIT’s Rosalind Pcard at Web 2.0 >>
* PreVue would offer parents a live 4D baby watch window during pregnancy >>

* New Nanogenerator Will One Day Create Energy From Your Throbbing Heart >>
* New Battery Produces Energy Using the Ions in Plain Old Seawater >>
* Secret Space Plane Can’t Hide From Amateur Sleuths >>
* Possible clues to tamoxifen resistance in breast cancer patients >>

* Dark matter could make planets habitable >>
* Spincasting Holds Promise For Creation Of Nanoparticle Thin Films >>
* 54 beneficial compounds discovered in pure maple syrup >>
* Digital legacies lost as people omit passwords from wills >>

* An Up-Close View of Seizures >>
* Lasers let deaf ears pick up what the sonic world is putting down >>
* Social Networks a Coming Trend at Work >>

* India population count hits 1.2bn >>
* White dwarfs could be fertile ground for other Earths >>
* The First Non-Trivial Atom Circuit: Progress towards an Atom SQUID >>
* Pioneer Anomaly Solved By 1970s Computer Graphics Technique >>

* From the Earth and Moon (and Russia) With Love >>
* iPad 2 gets wireless 1080p mirroring, fattens up in the process (video) >>
* Cooliris: in-depth tour of innovative Silicon Valley company >>
* Plastic Made From Fruit Rivals Kevlar In Strength >>

* NASAs First Orion Capsule and New Space Operations Center Unveiled >>
* LinkedIn Founder: “Web 3.0? Will Be About Data >>
* Researchers show off ‘flex’ interface for touchscreens >>
* Kinect dives into anime cyberspace, dares you to catch cute robot tanks (video) >>

* Augmented Reality Gear Simulates Weather >>
* When is an asteroid not an asteroid? >>
* Being in a good mood may lead to poor memory >>
* Dying for a long life >>

* Amazing image: Kepler`s transiting exoplanets >>
* Starquakes Reveal Pulse of Giant Stars (SPACE.com) >>
* Ryerson students invent breakthrough brain-controlled prosthetic arm >>
* 64GB SSD memory in a quarter sized chip >>

* Researchers make the leap to whole-cell simulations >>
* First Mercury images in orbit show lots of craters >>
* VeriPsych Says It Can Spot Depression, Schizophrenia in Blood >>
* Windows 8 Might Get a Time Machine of Its Own [Rumor] >>

* A slow news day >>
* Which near-Earth asteroids are ripe for a visit? >>
* ET’s Asteroid Mining Acitivity Should Be Visible From Earth >>
* NGC 5584: Expanding the Universe >>

* Physicists rotate beams of light >>
* Human blood liquid memristors could be the key to cyborg interfaces >>
* Sea-Water Electronic Circuits for Salinity, Temperature and Pollution Monitoring >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 March 2011

* Managing the Chaos of a Thousand Voices >>
* New brain cell growth restores function >>

* Why a breakup feels like a punch in the stomach >>
* Battery uses salinity difference between freshwater and saltwater >>
* Universal detector for antibiotics, narcotics & explosives made frm DNA building blocks >>
* Probe captures high-resolution images of nanomaterials >>

* MIT Implant Monitors for Cancer and Heart Attacks >>
* First perovskite-based superlens for the infrared >>

* Blog – First Conservation Laws Derived For A Virtual Universe >>
* The Last One Percent that Kills You >>
* German students make life-sized VR Fruit Ninja, declare war on digital produce (video) >>
* Future Navy lasers will ‘burn incoming missiles,’ blast through ominous vessels >>

* Astrophoto: A Mexican Orion >>
* Khan Academy aims to reinvent education through video (w/ video) >>
* Bio-Inspired Robots Look to Worms for Better Locomotion Systems >>
* Jeddah’s Kingdom Tower, World’s Tallest Building Given the Go Ahead >>

* Scientists produce a crystal that could help unlock the mystery of high-temperature superconductors >>
* Scientists take another step towards quantum computing using flawed diamonds >>
* First practical nanogenerator produces electricity with pinch of the fingers >>
* Virus-eating virus identified in Antarctic lake >>

* Solar cells will be fabricated by a single organic semiconductor >>
* Spinning the Sun’s rays into fuel >>
* What smart companies can learn from Apple’s supply chain woes >>
* Stress hormone cortisol to help overcome phobias >>

* Twitter rising: Network scientists say social media are just what our society needs >>
* New ‘nanodrug’ breaks down barriers to attack breast cancer cells from the inside out >>
* The World’s Largest Picture Taken Indoors Is 40 Gigapixels of Classic Beauty [Video] >>
* Lasers Detect Melanoma Better than Doctors >>

* Cracking Stuxnet, a 21st-century cyber weapon: Ralph Langner on TED.com >>
* Is All of Human Knowledge on the Internet? >>
* Bring Your Xbox 360 Avatar Kicking And Smiling Awkwardly Into The Real World >>
* Trial of lung cancer drug begins >>

* Monkeys display basic numeracy >>
* First practical nanogenerator produces electricity with pinch of the fingers >>
* The Global Robotics Brain Project >>
* First Conservation Laws Derived For A Virtual Universe >>

* The Anti-Predictor: A Chat with Mathematical Sociologist Duncan Watts >>
* Kepler’s Suns and Planets >>
* The Icarus complex: How humans long to fly >>

* Xixidu Links for 2011-03-29 >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 March 2011 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 March 2011

* The Latest in Hobby Robotics 03 >>
* Research on Molecular Mechanosynthesis is Progressing Slowly >>
* Robots Are the Next Revolution, So Why Isn’t Anyone Acting Like It? >>
* Are Medical Treatments Keeping Up With Science? >>

* China To Overtake US In Science In Two Years >>
* Do You Know Your Nearest Star Cluster? [Starts With A Bang] >>
* Tensilica Dataplane and Signal Processing Boost Data Bandwidth 4X >>
* Video: Robotic Swiss Quadrocopters Hold Their Own At Tennis >>

* Holographic display table is everything 3D should be >>
* Links for 2011-03-28 >>
* Heavy metals open path to high temperature nanomagnets >>
* A fourth branch of cellular organisms? >>

* Single-Molecule Magnets Evolve >>
* New Behavior of Exotic Antimatter Particle Seen at Giant Atom Smasher (LiveScience.com) >>
* Iron superconductivity weathers another storm >>
* The incredible shrinking circuit >>

* Deciphering hidden code reveals brain activity >>
* Replaying our days learning in our sleep (w/ video) >>
* Toshiba shows USB mobile LCD monitor >>
* Seeing double (or triple) in genome sequencing >>

* New laser technology prepares to revolutionize communications >>
* Scientists Create World’s 1st Practical Artificial Leaf, 10X as Efficient as the Real Thing >>
* Genetic link to attempted suicide identified >>
* Stress hormone combats fear of heights >>

* Blood test rescues failing transplant organ >>
* Why Your Phone Will Soon Also Be Your Wallet >>
* Reconfigurable robot prototype for search-and-rescue operations >>
* How a robot can replace you at work – and how it can’t >>
* Why ancient Mayan communities were ‘living on the edge’ of what is now a massive wetland >>

* Best-ever quantum measurement breaks Heisenberg limit >>
* Y-90 liver cancer-busting treatment: Safe, fast, extends life, study finds >>
* Time-Lapse Auroras Over Norway >>
* Will the Car of the Future Be Made from Coal Ash? >>

* Catching cancer with carbon nanotubes >>
* UCLA Cancer Roadmap could help combat resistance to targeted drug therapies >>
* Green Machine: Artificial leaf mimics photosynthesis >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 March 2011 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 March 2011

* Debut of the first practical “artificial leaf” >>
* Michio Kaku on Physics of the Future >>
* You Can’t Appreciate The Tsunami Until You See This Video >>

* Microsoft Sniffs Out Unused Wireless Spectrum >>
* Quanta crams 512 cores into pizza box server >>
* MIT’s Implantable Nanotech Sensor Monitors for Cancer and Now Heart Attacks, Too >>

* Molecular cooking is cool among the real cognoscenti >>
* Augmented Reality: AR cartoon on cereal box >>
* In the year 02037… >>

* Is smell a quantum effect? >>
* Compose Beautiful Music With Just Your Thoughts >>
* Astronomy Without A Telescope – Dark Statistics >>

* How well do you know your friends? – >>
* Nanotech tool in Alzheimer’s research mimics the structure of the silk moth’s antenna >>
* Scientists build Parkinson’s disease in dish with cells from Google founder’s mom >>

* Create Beautiful Word Clouds with Wordlin.gs >>
* Timeline of snowflake research >>
* Opportunity Rover Completes Exploration of fascinating Santa Maria Crater >>
* Biology That Makes Us Tick: Free Stanford Course by Robert Sapolsky >>

* Engineered Organisms for Making Cheap Sugar >>
* New Protocol Turbocharges the Web >>
* Silicine might be the new graphene, now that it’s been physically constructed >>
* LAVA’s geodesic home, solar skyscraper glass and fear of nuclear power >>

* Hundreds of Invisible “X” Galaxies Predicted Orbiting the Milky Way >>
* Self-strengthening polymer nanocomposite works best under pressure >>
* Physicist Designs DIY Green Utopia Construction Set (Video) >>

* Why Experts Get the Future Wrong >>
* Debut of the first practical ‘artificial leaf’ >>
* Research shows not only the fittest survive >>
* Accepting false limits >>

* DARPA has 3D Holographic Display Technology that does not require goggles >>
* Kinect’s AI Breakthrough Explained >>
* T Tauri and Hind’s Variable Nebula >>

* Creating power from water >>
* iMobot creeps, crawls, cranes its way into our hearts (video) >>
* CMU Eliminates Object Oriented Programming For Freshman >>

* $250 Nintendo 3DS costs Nintendo just $101 to make >>
* Fireworks on the Sun >>
* These Are the Three Countries Who Don’t Use the Metric System [Metric] >>
* Can Test Tube Sperm Rescue Infertile Men? >>

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Futureseek Weekly Review 22-28 March 2011

* Scientists plan to drill all the way down to the Earth’s mantle >>
* Sperm grown in a test tube >>
* Superconductor Research Points To New Phase of Matter >>

* Antimatter of Fact: Most Massive Antinucleus Yet >>
* Ramez Naam Key Trends of the Next 25 Years >>
* Microsoft explains the tech behind Kinect >>

* Can you hear me now? How neurons decide how to transmit information >>
* Optical imaging method shows brain multiplexing >>

* New plastic processor and printed memory enable the first plastic computer >>
* Mini horse gets prosthetic leg >>

* There might be two billion Earth-like planets just in our galaxy >>
* Laser Space Telescope Could Test for Vanishing Dimensions >>
* Cold ‘Star’ No Hotter Than a Summer’s Day >>

* Space-Time Could It Be a Mirage? New Theory Says Yes >>
* Scientists get glimpse of how the ‘code’ of life may have emerged >>
* Researchers show off scalable architecture for quantum computing, expand our minds >>

* Unibased Universal test of intelligent for nonbiological systems, animals and humans >>
* Watson’s Day Job? Using Computers To Fight Crime >>
* Artificial clouds ‘to cool Qatar’ during World Cup >>

* Solar-Powered Eye Sensor >>
* Philip Moriarty Discusses Mechanosynthesis with Sander Olson >>
* New Idea for Mars Exploration: Roaming Robot Swarms With Honeybee Instincts >>

* First student-developed mission in which satellites orbit and communicate led by UT students >>
* Robot Domination: Automated Factory Sorts, Seals, and Ships With Little Human Contact >>

* Discovery may lead to cure for drug addiction >>
* Mechanical bird flaps its wing to fly, just like the real thing >>
* Solar powered cell phone film – Bye, bye big batteries and so long outlets >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 March 2011

* Superconductor Research Points To New Phase of Matter >>
* Solar-Powered Eye Sensor >>
* Scientists plan to drill all the way down to the Earth’s mantle >>
* Ramez Naam Key Trends of the Next 25 Years >>

* Researchers detail how neurons decide how to transmit information >>
* Solar powered cell phone film – Bye, bye big batteries and so long outlets >>
* Magnetic fields in interstellar clouds >>

* 2,500-Year-Old Human Preserved Brain Discovered (LiveScience.com) >>
* The Youth Issue: Next-Generation Scientists >>
* How Hydrogen Teaches Us the Temperature of Dark Matter! [Starts With A Bang] >>
* Scientists get glimpse of how the ‘code’ of life may have emerged >>

* Mechanical bird flaps its wing to fly, just like the real thing >>
* MS Removes HTTPS From Hotmail For Troubled Nations >>
* Researchers show off scalable architecture for quantum computing, expand our minds >>
* 11 Features to Watch for in Windows 8 (Part 2) >>

* Blog – Fission Products in Seattle Reveal Clues about Japan Nuclear Disaster >>
* Turing machine built from wood, scrap metal and magnets (video) >>
* A Smart House Keeps On Learning >>
* Over the next ten years nearly 100 trillion will be spent on global construction >>

* 10 TEDTalks to download for the holidays >>
* Warm Superconductors’ Weird Behavior Could Indicate a New Phase of Matter >>
* UK’s first mass-produced electric car hits the roads >>

* ‘Can you hear me now?’ How neurons decide how to transmit information >>
* Sunspot Cycle Is Double-Peaked, Say Astronomers >>
* New secret to how smells are detected uncovered >>
* Test children for tobacco smoke exposure >>

* Microsoft explains the tech behind Kinect >>
* New plastic processor and printed memory enable the first plastic computer >>
* The Status of eDiscovery >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 March 2011 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 March 2011

* Optical imaging method shows brain multiplexing >>
* Fruit flies could hold key to future internet >>
* How to Create a Scientifically Plausible Alien Life Form >>
* NASA – Einstein’s Theory Fights Off Challengers >>
* Copenhagen airport tracks your every move using WiFi signals >>

* Physics could help financial traders >>
* Doctors Race to Save Baby Born with Heart Outside His Body (LiveScience.com) >>
* RSA won’t talk? Assume SecurID is broken >>
* A bottle of wastewater could be powering your house by next year >>

* Links for 2011-03-24 >>
* Philip Moriarty Discusses Mechanosynthesis with Sander Olson >>
* Video: Ted Talk – Famous Infographic Specialist Hans Rosling – How The Washing Machine Transformed Society! >>
* Perseus Cluster Thicker Around the Middle Than Thought >>

* The Medical and The Culinary >>
* Scientists Predict Arctic Could Be Ice-Free Within Decades >>
* The Benefits Of ‘Pond Scum’ Explained >>
* The Shape of Things to Come – IEEE Spectrum :You don’t need a 3-D printer to get 3-D-printed parts >>

* A hopefully Unibased Universal test of intelligent for nonbiological systems, animals and humans >>
* Michio Kaku’s Physics of the Future reviewed by Glenn Reynolds >>
* Superconducting pseudogap is a new state of matter >>
* Surfer rides wave for an astonishing 41.3 miles in Panama Canal >>

* Paul Root Wolpe: It’s time to question bio-engineering | Video on TED.com >>
* This App Will Let You Know If Your Gmail Or Facebook Account Is Being Hacked >>
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* Get A Fake Facebook Girlfriend With New Startup “Cloud Girlfriend” >>

* DIY Scanning Electron Microscope >>
* Journey To the Mantle of the Earth By 2020 >>
* Rubbery artificial muscles promise to make robots more lifelike >>
* KonnectUs cloud-based software makes easy cross-platform sharing a reality, we swoon (video) >>

* Watson’s Day Job? Using Computers To Fight Crime >>
* Check My Ride Is Social Network for Cars >>
* Artificial clouds ‘to cool Qatar’ during World Cup >>
* Gene patents on the high seas: who owns the ocean’s IP? >>

* Atomic switches: Ionic computing >>
* Acupuncture for pain no better than placebo and not without harm >>
* Japanese sperm cell breakthrough offers hope to infertile men >>
* Watch industry gets smartphones to keep wristwatches ticking >>

* First student-developed mission in which satellites orbit and communicate led by UT students >>
* New research finds protein that protects cancer cells from chemo and radiation therapy >>
* BrainGate neural interface system reaches 1,000-day performance milestone >>
* Universal tests of intelligence >>

* Athletes freeze their bodies to -275 degrees to get an edge >>
* Video: Turning A Massive Touchscreen Display Into a Multitouch Microscope >>
* First Americans arrived 2500 years before we thought >>
* Antimatter of Fact: Collider Generates Most Massive Antinucleus Yet >>

* ‘Space-Time’ -Could It Be a Mirage? New Theory Says “Yes” (Today’s Most Popular) >>
* Kinect hacks: Make your own digital Mini-Me >>
* Sperm success signals fertility boost >>
* Japan develops Atomic switches: atomic-movement-controlled nanodevices for new types of computing >>

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