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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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