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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 March 2011

* World’s First Space Gas Station for Satellites to Launch in 2015 >>
* Wow, Cartagr.am >> is just stunning! >>
* Japan: New fears as the tragedy deepens >>

* Physicists demonstrate conditions for laser-driven fusion >>
* Implantable sensor tracks cancer in the body >>
* What if supersymmetry is wrong? >>
* Large Hadron Collider could be world’s first time machine >>

* World first — Localized delivery of an anti-cancer drug by remote-controlled microcarriers >>
* Implantable Tumor Tracker Is a Tiny Lab That Lives Inside Your Body And Reports Back >>
* How To Make Web Pages Appear In 3D >>

* Kinect + homemade Power Gloves = 3D modeling in free-space (video) >>
* The Solar Powered Paper Airplane >>
* The future is touchscreen glass — everywhere, all around us and it’ll be awesome >>

* Many ‘Super-Earth’ Exo Planets May Exist as Dead Zones >>
* Time-lapse Tuesday: Ants colonise a scanner >>
* Single gene defect causes brain tumor >>

* Cassini Approaches Saturn >>
* Kinect Helmet – Navigational Aids For The Visually Impaired >>
* The sound the universe makes: Janna Levin on TED.com >>

* Why Did Consciousness Evolve, and How Can We Modify It? >>
* $10 drug now $1500 after FDA grants monopoly >>
* The Amount of Information in the World >>
* A Look at UCSF’s Robotic Pharmacists >>

* Piracy is a problem of ‘global pricing,’ not enforcement, claims new report >>
* Fukushima Reactor Explained & Tsunami 101 >>
* Nano-size spirals could lead to better memory chips >>

* How to Program a Quantum Computer >>
* Graphene Cloak Protects Bacteria, Leading to Better Images >>
* Speed Demon Creates a Shock – NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory >>
* Why User Experience Cannot Be Designed >>

* Skype Introduces Qik Video Chat With Live Feeds For iPhone, Facebook And Twitter >>
* William Shatner explains what microprocessors are and do… from way back in 1976 >>
* Geolocated images reveal a place’s visual identity >>

* SoundBite dental hearing aid receives European approval >>
* Nintendo posts first 3DS advert for the US, whets growing appetites (video) >>

* Blog – SXSW: Allowing Ordinary Webcams to Track your Gaze >>
* Twitter Enables “Always Use HTTPS” Setting >>
* Using Light to Build Nanoparticles into Superstructures >>

* Fundamental discovery could lead to better memory chips >>
* Water Samples Yield Their Secrets >>

* Brachiopods: another piece in the puzzle of eye evolution [Pharyngula] >>
* Germany shuts down seven reactors >>
* NASA Considers Shooting Space Junk With Lasers >>

* Robotic Insects Take Flight on Printed Wings >>
* Reactor Design in Japan Has Long Been Questioned >>
* Space scientists ready for orbital insertion of Mercury spacecraft >>

* How Does Nuclear Radiation Harm the Body? >>
* Blood tests could forewarn of emphysema >>

* Can Congress Force Google to Remove Pirate Sites From Search? >>
* The social animal: David Brooks on TED.com >>
* Star Trek Enterprise Crew Saluting the Real Enterprise >>

* Silicon Spin Transistors Progressing to Room Temperature Spintronics >>
* Finding of long-sought drug target structure may expedite drug discovery >>
* Miniature Quantum Dot Lasers Could Help Launch New Age of the Internet >>

* Hubble snaps close-up of Tarantula Nebula >>
* Tying the knot with computer-generated holograms: Winding optical path moves matter >>
* Twitter breaks ‘one billion tweets barrier’ on fifth birthday >>
* 15 million in U.S. care for a loved one with dementia >>

* Some genetic tests should be “prescription only” >>
* Growing Human Organs — Dr. Anthony Atala Blows the Minds of a TED Audience >>
* Updated Radiation Chart >>

* Xixidu Links for 2011-03-15 >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 15 March 2011 >>

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