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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 March 2012

* The New iPad in Just Five Minutes [Video] >>
* A Close-up Look at the Massive Solar Storm that Shook the Sun >>
* Microsoft Research’s shoulder mounted system makes anything a multitouch display >>
* Measuring an Antihydrogen Atom | Video >>

* Robot Balloon Cranes Could Revolutionize World’s Seaports >>
* Fusilli-shaped waves could boost wireless capacity >>
* Antimatter Atom Measured for the First Time >>

* Cells may spare kidney transplant rejection drugs >>
* The Fabric of the Cosmos with Brian Greene: Watch the Complete NOVA Series Online >>
* Our Universe is Merely a Region of an Enormous Universe >>

* NIST Probes the Promise of Nanomanufacturing Using DNA Origami >>
* Sperm can do ‘calculus’ to calculate calcium dynamics and react accordingly >>
* Einstein’s “Spooky Action At a Distance” Paradox Older Than Thought >>

* Stop Kony. The Invisible Children Video And A New Idea of Justice >>
* Apple reveals next-generation apps for the new iPad: Infinity Blade: Dungeons, SketchBook, SkyGamblers (video) >>
* Apple ups over-the-air download limit to 50MB for iOS >>

* World’s first field trial of 10Gbit/s-100km class high speed and wide area optical access >>
* National Ignition Facility Laser Fusion Project approaches energy break-even point >>

* A 3-D Brain Tumor Built in a Lab >>
* Object recognizer app turns the iPhone into a visual assistant >>

* A 268-megapixel camera is showing astronomers some of faintest objects at the widest angles ever. >>
* Robot artist ‘draws’ crowds at world’s top tech fair >>
* Astronomy Cast Ep. 254: Reflection and Refraction >>
* Capsule and Skydiver Ready for Record-Setting Freefall >>

* An open-source robo-surgeon >>
* Exotic material shows promise as flexible, transparent electrode >>
* Navy’s Robot Firefighter Awaits Its Sea Legs >>

* Conflicting Higgs results muddy particle hunt >>
* DARPA funds major study of biorhythms >>
* Search for Faster, Better Antidepressants Makes Progress (preview) >>

* Need a Little Robotic Help Around the House? Say Hello to Romeo >>
* CME will likely hit Earth’s magnetic field in a day or so >>
* Is It Really This Easy to Fool a TSA Body Scanner? [Video] >>

* Gorilla DNA unlocks secrets of our species >>
* The Next Apple TV: Finally Big Beautiful HD [Video] >>
* 2,321 Kepler Telescope planet Candidates aroudn 1790 host stars >>

* Researchers capture first-ever image of two atoms forming a molecule >>
* Pitt Research Team Says Communication Technologies Including Smartphones and Laptops Could Now Be 1,000 Times Faster >>

* Watch the Entire Apple iPad Keynote Now [Ipad Hd] >>
* Higgs Boson May Be Indicated in New Data >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 7 March 2012 >>

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