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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 August 2011

* Build your own gadget with Microsoft’s Lego for adults >>
* BakeBot robot cooks a cookie from scratch >>
* Scientists identify what makes us feel ‘bad’ when we’re sick, how to treat it >>

* Artificial lung device: Feasibility of lung transplants demonstrated >>
* Antiproton ring found around Earth >>
* Making sperm from stem cells in a dish >>
* Saudi Arabia Begins Construction of World’s Tallest Building – The Kingdom Tower >>

* Man arrested for trying to split atoms in his kitchen – >>
* Wall-climbing robots race to the top >>

* DNA-purified nanotubes are step toward superconducting ‘quantum wire’ >>
* How the brain organizes itself during development >>
* This is the first real video of a comet crashing into the Sun – >>

* Are Today’s Workers Smart Enough for Tomorrow’s Smart Grid? – >>
* Scientists Build Software to Rescue Stalled Programs >>
* 100 Year Starship: Our Commitment to Deep Time >>

* New neurons buffer the brains of mice against stress and depressive symptoms >>
* How language transformed humanity: Mark Pagel on TED.com >>
* Spinal Discs Grown From Cells Could Someday Repair Bad Backs >>

* The world’s smallest battery is six times thinner than a bacterium >>
* Scientists find way to identify manmade biofuels in atmosphere >>
* DNA Strands That Select Nanotubes Are First Step to a Practical ‘Quantum Wire’ >>

* Xixidu Links for 2011-08-03 >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 August 2011 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 August 2011

* Second moon may have collided with our moon, say scientists >>
* Rotation Rate Could Pin Down Age of Stars >>
* Smartphone surveillance: The cop in your pocket >>
* Could Platinum Be the Catalyst that Enables a Return to the Moon? >>
* Software traces faces through time >>

* 3D printing: The technology that changes everything >>
* Is our universe inside a bubble? First observational test of the ‘multiverse’ >>
* Scientists Bag and Tag the Stem Cell That May Create An Endless Supply of Blood >>
* Elon Musk Q and A video from AIAA Conference >>

* Artificial Brain Project Progresses to Version 2.0 >>
* Leukemia drug helps reverse tamoxifen resistance in breast cancer >>
* How to remotely hack into Wi-Fi networks and cell-phone calls >>

* Graphene-based thin films may lead to flexible displays >>
* Pathogen research inspires microrobotics designs >>
* Space X Aims to Colonize Mars — >>
* A more powerful ‘lab-on-a-chip’ for genetic analysis >>

* Kingdom Tower Mile high skyscraper new plan is for 1000 meters or two thirds of a mile >>
* Wireless data from every light bulb: Harald Haas on TED.com >>
* Video: ‘Unlimited Detail’ Graphics Tech Surfaces Again With Tantalizing New Demo >>

* Psychologists find that jokes help us cope with horrifying images >>
* Wasp has built-in Facebook >>
* Israeli scientists develop date-rape drug detector >>
* What Makes You Happy? It May Depend on Your Age >>

* Plastic heart gives dad new life >>
* Kirk Sorensen has a Forbes Blog – The Future of Energy >>
* Dramatic simplification paves the way for building a quantum computer >>

* Virtual minister marries geek couple – >>
* 3D printing: Build your crazy robot ideas at home >>
* Why Math Works (preview) >>

* Asteroid Vesta Full Frame >>
* Cold electrons provide better nanoscale imaging >>
* Europe’s Plan to Move An Asteroid >>

* Scientists invent heat-regulating building material >>
* Monitor Household Energy From Your Smartphone >>

* Xixidu Links for 2011-08-02 >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 August 2011 >>

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