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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 March 2011

* Japan’s Nuclear Woes Give Rise to Crowd-Sourced Radiation Maps In Asia and US >>
* mashable: Why Xbox Kinect Technology Will Be the Next Frontier for Marketers – >> >>
* Samsung sees a Retina Display in your tablet future, and perhaps glasses-free 3D >>
* Voice-controlled Japanese robot assists with eating, makes veggies more fun (video) >>
* Brain chemical influences sexual preference in mice >>

* Physical activity decreases salt’s effect on blood pressure >>
* An Amazing Look at the Northern Lights! [Starts With A Bang] >>
* New Idea for Mars Exploration: Roaming Robot Swarms With Honeybee Instincts >>
* Video: A Shoulder-Mounted, Humanoid Telepresence ‘Bot, for Easy Tele-Dating >>

* Chemist develops technique to use light to predict molecular crystal structures >>
* Glimpse of how the ‘code’ of life may have emerged >>
* Links for 2011-03-23 >>

* Superconducting Niobium Chip Smashes Silicon Power Consumption Standards >>
* Future Foglets of the Hive Mind >>
* Swiping is the easy part >>
* First eyes inside nuclear plant may be a robot’s >>

* Cisco Plans For Massive, Video-Rich Web With 500 Billion Hours Of Video By 2015 >>
* Originality >>
* Blog – Location Privacy And Wireless Body Area Networks >>
* Facebook Bans 20,000 Kids a Day >>

* Futureseek Daily Paper is out! >> ? Top stories today via @willowgarage @amishare
* Making a microscope without a lens >>
* Swarms of Robots Could Be Used to Find Life on Mars >>
* Chrome 11 goes beta with speech-to-text capabilities >>

* NY Times Asks Twitter To Shut Down Retweeting Feed >>
* First sex linked to better body image in men, not women >>
* 20 petaflops: New supercomputer for Oak Ridge facility to regain speed lead over the Chinese >>
* Neutron analysis yields insight into bacteria for solar energy >>

* Sperm grown in a test tube >>
* Researchers find similarities in brain activity for both habits and goals >>
* Mouse cancer genome unveils genetic errors in human cancers >>
* Tiny 3-D-Printed Insect Robots Take Flight >>

* Coldest Failed Star Ever Discovered >>
* Does belief in free will lead to action? >>
* Researchers sequence multiple myeloma genome in landmark Nature study >>
* Self-strengthening nanocomposite created >>

* The evolution of brain wiring: Navigating to the neocortex >>
* ‘Knowing it in your gut’ is real >>
* New Mobile App Builds Realistic 3-D Models From Cell Phone Camera Snapshots >>
* Toothbrush and toothpaste tube, combined at last >>

* Mini horse gets prosthetic leg >>
* A life without pain is a life without smell >>
* Best-ever quantum measurement breaks Heisenberg limit >>
* First viable sperm cells grown from scratch >>

* More robots sent in to tackle crisis at Fukushima >>
* NASA find possible Y-class brown dwarf star or big planet and European Telescopes found other brown dwarfs >>
* Thorium reactors could rescue nuclear power >>
* A piece of 50 million-year-old preserved lizard skin reveals how ancient animals looked [Paleontology] >>
* Video: A Tour of a Homemade Scanning Electron Microscope >>

* Interaction of a Chemically Propelled Nanomotor with a Chemical Wave >>
* Fossil fuels are far deadlier than nuclear power >>
* MWC 922: The Red Square Nebula >>
* Robot Domination: Automated Factory Sorts, Seals, and Ships With Little Human Contact >>
* ‘We are not primarily rational creatures’ >>

* Futureseek Daily Paper

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