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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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