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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 April 2011

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 April 2011

Sorry had a few issues over last few days with feed. +easter.

* Warmer oceans release CO2 faster than thought >>
* Quantum data storage: single-molecule magnet uses depleted uranium >>
* Data-intensive supercomputing >>

* ‘Time machine’ allows visual exploration of space and time >>
* Fog harvesting for water >>
* “DNA’s Messenger”: Harvard/MIT Researchers Discover RNA Lifecycle Key to Disease >>
* And now exo-magnetospheres >>

* Will the Royal Wedding Break the Internet? >>
* Startup’s headset will bathe your brain in ultrasound, might help fight cancer, too >>
* Blog – How Bacteria Could Generate Radio waves >>
* Your iPhone Can Buy Your Groceries >>
* Controlling Prosthetic Limbs with Electrode Arrays >>

* News in Brief: Molecules/Matter & Energy >>
* Futureseek Daily Paper is out! >>
* New research shows critical role of placenta in brain development >>
* New research shows critical role of placenta in brain development >>

* Discovery identifies elaborate G-protein network in plants >>
* Discovery identifies elaborate G-protein network in plants >>
* Meditation may help the brain ‘turn down the volume’ on distractions >>
* Meditation may help the brain ‘turn down the volume’ on distractions >>

* VIDEO: The future of mobile technology >>
* VIDEO: The future of mobile technology >>
* Outline of communication and computing future >>
* Spacex CEO Elon Musk aims to put a man Mars 2021-2031 >>

* Liver-cell transplants show promise in reversing genetic disease affecting liver and lungs >>
* GigaPan’s “Time Machine”, a Way To Pan and Zoom Gigapixel Timelapses [Video] >>
* Can Harvesting Fog Bring Water To The Thirsty? >>
* The Human ‘Super-Brain’ — New Evidence for Its Evolution >>

* An Optimist’s Tour of the Future, Mark Stevenson at Google >>
* Scientists observe single gene transcription in living cells >>
* Cool Videos of the Robonova-1 Humanoid Robot >>
* Lens-free optical tomographic microscope with a large imaging volume on a chip >>

* Telescope will track space junk >>
* Immersive view of shuttle before its final flight >>
* Project Morpheus Fires Up Its Engines >>

* Sony, Microsoft Aiming for New Consoles in 2014 >>
* Eye-Fi Direct Mode is here, turns tablets and smartphones into camera accessories >>
* IPv6 Traffic Remains Minuscule >>
* Eye-tracking microdisplay delivers Terminator vision, distracts joggers >>

* How To Spot a Rotating Black Hole >>
* How Gravitational Lensing Shows Us Dark Matter! [Starts With A Bang] >>
* IPv4 addresses priced at $4 on new trading site >>
* Australian scientists have demonstrated that atoms can be guided in a laser beam >>

* Super Google Reader Converts All Partial RSS Feeds into Full Feeds [Downloads] >>
* Researchers use the ocean to recharge their batteries >>
* Red Suns and Black Trees: Shedding a New Light on Alien Plants >>
* Incredible Video of California Woman’s Hand Transplant >>

* How molecules get to the right place at the right time >>
* Antibiotics cure anthrax in animal models >>
* 4D system captures your expressions >>

* Laser sparks revolution in internal combustion engines >>
* New battery produces electricity where freshwater meets saltwater >>
* Rose-Shaped Galaxy Pic for Hubble’s 21st Birthday >>
* New research moves nanomedicine one step closer to reality >>

* New Materials May Allow One-Way Light >>
* Tuning in to gravity >>
* Primordial weirdness: Did the early universe have 1 dimension? >>
* Do Google And Bing Actually Return Billions Of Search Results? >>
* Video: Self-Healing Polymer Fixes Itself Under Ultraviolet Light >>

* NASA explains how their latest experiment will find dark matter [Video] >>
* Beams of electrons link Saturn with its moon Enceladus >>
* Self-healing plastic fixed with a laser’s light touch >>
* China plans lunar probe and rover to 2013 >>

* Do the Work is out today >>
* Three-parent babies on their way >>
* Each human has one of only three gut ecosystems >>

* Researchers now one step closer to controlled engineering of nanocatalysts >>
* How molecules get to the right place at the right time >>
* Gravitational tug of war warps spiral shape of galaxy >>
* Geyser moon puts its mark on Saturn >>
* iPhones track and store your location >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 April 2011 >>

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