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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 March 2012

* Ionic propulsion for small satellites >>
* Tooth Tattoo Diagnoses Illness and Alerts Doctors [Science] >>
* The Cloud Will Cure Cancer >>

* Artificial synapses could lead to machines that mimic biological brains >>
* World’s first bedside genetic test >>
* Compressed-Air Car Winds Way To Market >>

* Video: With This Camera, Your Fingers Frame the Shot >>
* New Algorithm Captures What Pleases Human Ear—and May Replace Human Instrument Tuners >>
* APOD: Rocket Trails in the Milky Way >>

* Samsung adds ‘blink detection’ to smartphone face unlock feature >>
* A live version of Google Earth will be here a lot sooner than you think [Video] >>
* Wind turbine generates energy floating 350 feet off the ground >>

* Building connections — between toys … >>
* Oscillating gel acts like artificial skin, giving robots potential ability to feel >>
* Weekly Space Hangout — March 29, 2012 >>

* Living microrobot could detect diseases in humans >>
* Synopsis: Cultivating Extra Dimensions >>
* First the smart phone, now the smart home >>

* Safer, personalized cancer therapy by linking cancer genes with anticancer drugs >>
* How does the brain secrete morality? >>
* New search tool to unlock Wikipedia >>

* Clocking galaxy clusters to gauge dark energy >>
* Ionic-powered nanosatellite can go to the Moon on drops of fuel >>
* Photoacoustics technique detects small number of cancer cells >>

* Al-Jazeera’s The Stream, talking about the promise and perils of transhumanism >>
* Full face transplant promises less risk of rejection >>
* Speech Jamming Gun From Japan Silences People From Up To 34 Meters Away >>

* Age of oldest rocks off by millions of years >>
* Human brain organised like a 3D ‘New York City’ grid >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 March 2012 >>

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