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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 April 2012

* A middle-ear microphone >>
* Laser System Paints Information on the Road Ahead >>
* Billionaire to build Titanic II >>

* Biomedicine Regenokine Therapy relieves pain >>
* One Giant Leap for Civilian Space Travel >>
* Wind Farms Might Have Warming Effect >>

* SpaceX Falcon 9 Set for Critical Engine Test Firing on Monday, April 30 >>
* The Trust Molecule >>
* The Future of Science >>

* Single nanomaterial yields many laser colors >>
* Products that Gen Y just will not buy >>
* When Will Robots Be Held To Moral Standards? >>

* Animated video shows Orion spacecraft in orbit >>
* Do People Really Want Self-Driving Cars? >>
* One year in 90 seconds >>

* Video: Sir Ken Robinson, what’s in the school of your dreams? >>
* Key tests for Skylon spaceplane project >>
* Who’s in charge – you or your brain? >>

* Forget Graphene, Silicene Is Here to Blow Your Mind >>
* Army Seeking Design For Hovering “Magic Bullet” >>
* Is the brain the centre of your universe? >>
* When Will This Low-Innovation Internet Era End? >>

* They Ain’t Making Any More of Them: The Great Engineering Shortage of 2012 >>
* David Eagleman on how we constructs reality, and The Secret Lives of the Brain >>

* Atom-by-atom engineering and magnetometry of tailored nanomagnets >>
* Why Should There Be Dark Matter? >>
* Math Rules >>

* A Dangerous Sunrise on Gliese 876d >>
* Move over graphene, silicene is the new star material >>
* Skylon Robotic Spaceplane Coming To Runway Near You >>

* Same Kidney Transplanted Twice >>
* Carnival of Space 247 – Planetary Resources and other space blogging >>

* Two online books on computer vision >> and >>
* How Psychedelic Drugs Can Help Patients Face Death >>

* Futureseek Week in Review >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28-29 April 2012 >>

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Futureseek Week in Review; 23-30 April 2012

* Scobleizer: Welcome to the freaky future of 2030 >>
* Planetary Resources: Video >> Webcast >> Team >>

* Brain-controlled drones are here >>
* Prototype Quadrotor with Machine Gun! >>
* Swiss scientists demonstrate mind-controlled robot >>
* Put a robot in charge of yourself >>

* Google’s Project Glass demoed for real on Charlie Rose >>
* How Google Searches the Entire Web in Half a Second >>
* Honda Car Warns You If Your Driving Style Is Likely to Cause Traffic Jams >>
* MIT demos system lets driverless vehicles communicate with pedestrians >>

* This New Super Glass Is the Fogless, Glare-Free Future >>
* Coming Soon: Planet Earth, Live-Streamed from Space >>
* 3-D Printed Exoskeletal Glove Gives Precision Control >>

* Your Brain Could be Your Password, Never Forget It Again >>
* High-tech blanket can watch you sleep >>
* Self-healing concrete? >>
* Homemade Star Trek phaser is totally badass >> >>

* Analyzing Facebook posts to deduce mood, interests, education >>
* Samsung applies for patent on emotional recognition >>

* A Billion Stars of the Milky Way >>
* Magnifying the Universe >>
* Video of Space Shuttle Enterprise Flying Over NYC >>

* Helium-filled floating wind turbine, renewable energy with style >>
* Invent a balloon shape, print it, then just blow >>
* Treat diseases before birth? correcting genetic illnesses in the womb >>

* DARPA building test bed for virtual satellite clusters >>
* Metamaterials for controlling Sound >>

* Researchers Make Paralyzed Limb Move by “Eavesdropping” on Brain >>
* Sex-for-Hire Robots Predicted by 2050 >>
* Earth Day Timelapse >>

* TV-based botnets? DoS attacks on your fridge? More plausible than you think >>
* Quantum physics mimics spooky action into the past >>

* Healing with mathematics >>
* 3D Printing Robot Produces Chairs And Tables From Recycled Waste >>
* GPS Satellites Could Improve Tsunami Advance Warning Time Tenfold >>

* Quantum Rainbow Photon Gun Unveiled >>
* Brain Scans Can Predict If You’re About to Make a Math Mistake >>
* OSU Powers Up a 500 Trillion Watt Laser [Fusion] >>

* Robotic, retractable sails proposed for cargo ships to save 30% of fuel >>
* Mathematics of Eternity Prove The Universe Must Have Had A Beginning >>
* Video Shows All Roads, Air, and Shipping Routes on the Entire Planet >>

* Flip this lesson! A new way to teach with video from TED-Ed >>
* Sex Determination: More Complicated Than You Thought >>
* Just How Small Is an Atom? >>

* Researchers develop liquid solar cells that can be printed onto surfaces >>
* NASA looking into printing ‘paper’ spacecraft to probe Mars >>
* New DARPA Projects target medicine on demand >>
* Anti-alcoholism drug cleared for use in France >>

* DIY home for less than $3500 >>
* Finding a new Earth: Holy grail of astronomy >>
* NIST Physicists Benchmark Quantum Simulator with Hundreds of Qubits >>

* Up Close With Biodigital’s 3D Human Simulator >>
* EyeRing finger-mounted connected cam captures signs and identifies with OCR >>

* Toaster fridge? Apple CEO reveals new side >>
* Apple: Analyst Ups Target To $1,111; Worth A Trillion Bucks? >>
* Forrester: Without Jobs “Apple Will Coast, And Then Decelerate” >>

* Hypertelescope will resolve down to 1 km on exoplanets out to 20 lightyears >>
* 3D virtual fitting determines whether a pair of glasses flatters your face >>
* Military Wishlist, Smart Wound-Diagnosing Uniforms and Dogfighting Drones >>

* New App Watches Your Every Move >>
* Panasonic teams up with NHK on 145-inch 8K Super Hi-Vision plasma TV >>
* Laser Sharks Are Coming to an Ocean Near You [Video] >>

* A Flight Through the Universe >>
* Mathematics: First-ever image of a flat torus in 3D >>

* Watch MIT’s robot arm weave webs like a spider >>
* Evacuated Tube Transport Could Revolutionize Travel >>
* In a Medical First, Doctors Transplant the Same Kidney Twice in Two Weeks >>

* Russian Robot Demonstrates Delicate Touch >>
* Are humans ready to become digital? BBC on Robots & Avatars >>
* Q&BA: How many exoplanets have been discovered? >>

* Google’s Drive Could Complicate the Cloud >>
* Samsung TVs Can Be Hacked Into Endless Restart Loop >>
* Beautifully crafted 3D-printed guitar models that are completely playable >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28-29 April 2012

* Scobleizer: Welcome to the freaky future of 2030. https://t.co/ntjRNBTJ >>
* 3D virtual fitting tech lets you determine whether a pair of glasses flatters your face – >>

* Video: Your Brain Could be Your Password, Never Forget It Again – >>
* HelloFax Turns Google Drive Into a Fax Machine – >> >>
* Beautifully crafted 3D-printed guitar models that are completely playable – >>

* DIY home for less than $3500 >>
* Transparent graphene-based material could revolutionize wearable electronics, solar panels >>
* The MIT Center for Collective Intelligence >>

* When Will This Low-Innovation Internet Era End? >>
* The Best Photos of the Space Shuttle Flying Over New York City [Nasa] >>
* Panasonic details radar-based technology that can detect collisions in low light >>

* Developers Are Working on Television Apps, but TV Industry Is Wary >>
* Finding a new Earth: Holy grail of astronomy >>
* The Robotic Future is Fast, Cheap and Out of Control >>

* Focus: Curling Physics Unraveled >>
* Video: Google’s Project Glass demoed for real on Charlie Rose >>

* Future Army Truck Inspired by the iPhone >>
* Homemade Star Trek phaser is totally badass >> >>
* Cells reprogrammed to mend a broken heart >>
* New particle discovered at CERN >>

* Honda Car Warns You If Your Driving Style Is Likely to Cause Traffic Jams >>
* Here’s Video of Space Shuttle Enterprise Flying Over NYC [Video] >>
* Image of the Day: A Billion Stars of the Milky Way >>
* 100 days and counting to NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover landing >>

* Video: A 3-D Printed Exoskeletal Glove Gives Precision Control >>
* Strange fat explains skin’s waterproof properties >>
* Panasonic teams up with NHK on 145-inch 8K Super Hi-Vision plasma TV >>

* Printable spacecraft may flutter down on alien worlds >>
* Metamaterials step Into the light >>
* Super-accurate atomic clock sets transmission record >>

* Mathematics of Eternity Prove The Universe Must Have Had A Beginning — Part II >>
* This $20 Trillion Rock Could Turn a Startup Into Earth’s Richest Company >>
* Self-healing concrete? >>

* New App Watches Your Every Move >>
* Laser Sharks Are Coming to an Ocean Near You [Video] >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 April 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 April 2012

* Russian Robot Demonstrates Delicate Touch >>
* Are humans ready to become digital? BBC Click feature on Robots & Avatars >>
* Q&BA: How many exoplanets have been discovered? >>
* What Particle Are You? >>

* 100 Year Starship Site Launches >>
* Outer Space – Mind Blowing Video from Jupiter and Saturn >>
* Showtime: Miguel Aragon, “A Flight Through the Universe” >>

* Titan’s Atmosphere Under Scrutiny >>
* PhD Comics Explains the Higgs Boson >>
* Faster Stochastic Optical Reconstruction Microscopy for Watching Interior of Live Cells >>

* View 4 Million Digits of Pi in a Single Image >>
* Forrester: Without Jobs “Apple Will Coast, And Then Decelerate” >>
* Chrome OS and Google Drive to get intimate in version 20 >>
* Home Heating Automation with Google Calendar [Video] >>

* UK to build Solar Orbiter satellite >>
* Google Translate now serving over 200 million people per month >>
* Samsung applies for patent on emotional recognition >>
* CISPA passes House despite opposition >>

* A Descriptive Camera >>
* Adapter Could Let Any Smartphone Camera Shoot in 3D [VIDEO] >>
* Mathematics: First-ever image of a flat torus in 3D >>
* Image Milky Way’s 100 billion planets. likely 1,500 planets within 50 light-years of Earth >>

* MIT ML demos system that lets driverless vehicles communicate with pedestrians >>
* Google Talking to car companies, insurance companies about driverless car rollout >>
* Watch MIT’s robot arm weave webs like a spider >>

* Hypertelescope will resolve down to 1 km on exoplanets out to 20 lightyears >>
* Ultra High Definition Televisions with glasses free 3D >>
* Honda will begin Public-road Testing a system to Prevent Traffic Jams >>
* Women have bigger pupils than men >>

* Research breakthrough for drugs via the skin >>
* Duke team turns scar tissue into heart muscle without using stem cells >>
* NASA looking into printing ‘paper’ spacecraft to probe Mars >>
* In a Medical First, Doctors Transplant the Same Kidney Twice in Two Weeks >>

* Creating nano-structures from the bottom up >>
* Prions eliminated in mice brains >>
* MIT launches student-produced educational video initiative >>

* Life-extending properties of buckyballs questioned >>
* This New Super Glass Is the Fogless, Glare-Free Future [Video] >>
* How Alan Turing Invented the Computer Age >>

* Planetary Resources could use Passively Orbiting Space Telescopes For High Resolution Imaging >>
* Fetal membrane transplantation helps prevent blindness >>
* Brain-controlled drones are here >>

* The Cosmic Ray Composition Problem >>
* Wolfram Alpha Can Tell You Where to Eat Now [Search] >>
* Arduino 5 Minute Tutorials: Lesson 5 – Servo Motors >>
* Will we ever correct diseases before birth? >>
* Neil deGrasse Tyson – Space as Culture >>

* Showtime: Singularity (2012) >>
* To Set the Record Straight >>
* How Small Are Atoms? >>

* Would You Wear This Cellphone-Holster Bra? [Apparel] >>
* Voice-Controlled Wheelchair Prototype >>
* Will IBM Watson Be Your Next Mayor? >>

* Tweets in Space: Or Social Media for Aliens >>
* Breaking down the language barrier—six years in >>
* Trailer: See Samsara’s Stunning Time-Lapse Imagery >>

* It’s Official: Google Has Lost Control of the Android Tablet Market >>
* Google’s Project Glass: An Exercise In Mediocrity? >>
* New 3D Images Let Doctors See What Causes an Irregular Heartbeat >>

* Video: Wired’s Interview with SpaceX’s Elon Musk >>
* Computer surveillance will help keep an eye on national security >>
* Space probes will be more useful with new amplifiers >>

* 3.2 Billion-Pixel Camera Telescope Gets Critical Go-Ahead >>
* Translator App Speaks in a Foreign Tongue >>
* MIT reinvents glass to be non-fogging, self-cleaning, glare-free >>

* We Are Living Longer and Eating More >>
* Space — the next frontier for Hillary Clinton? >>
* Giant Lava Coils Seen for First Time on Mars >>

* U.S. Drones Can Now Kill Joe Schmoe Militants in Yemen >>
* The Home 3-D Printer Is More Real Than Ever–And Costs As Much As An iPad >>
* Space Shuttle & Skycrapers: How to See NASA’s Enterprise Fly Over NYC >>

* Nano nod for lab-on-a-chip – University of Alberta >>
* The hidden costs of a ‘dirty bomb’ attack in L.A. >>
* Movie Spy Cameras Attack The Dying Art of Camcorder Piracy >>

* Morning, Moon, and Mercury >>
* First Sheep Cloned With “Good Fat” Is Healthier For You [Science] >>

* From D.C. To Beijing In 2 Hours – Evacuated Tube Transport Could Revolutionize Travel >>
* Who Is To Blame When A Robotic Car Crashes? >>
* The Singularity Hub Accelerated Tech News Returns with Episode III! >>

* From embryonic stem cells, a sperm replacement and easier path to genetic modification >>
* Breakthrough in understanding macular degeneration >>
* Neurons in Bird Brains Encode Earth’s Magnetic Field, Giving Reliable Internal GPS >>
* The Generation X report >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 April 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 April 2012

April 26, 2012 1 comment

* Researchers develop a path to liquid solar cells that can be printed onto surfaces >>
* Anti-alcoholism drug cleared for use in France >>
* With RNA edits, fly guys lose mating skill >>

* NIST Physicists Benchmark Quantum Simulator with Hundreds of Qubits >>
* Magnify the Universe >>
* Robots could be blamed for mistakes on the battlefield >>

* Samsung announces 1.4GHz Exynos 4 Quad as basis for Galaxy S3 >>
* Project Aether films northern lights at 100,000 feet using a GoPro camera on a balloon >>
* Apple “10 Years” Behind Microsoft When It Comes To Security >>
* Perifoveal Display tracks head positioning, highlights changing data on secondary LCDs >>

* Water central to detailed asteroid mining mission plan >>
* App-Enhanced Pavement Turns Roads Into Wireless Hotspots [Video] >>
* Why is our universe fine-tuned for life? Brian Greene >>

* Up Close With Biodigital’s 3D Human Simulator [TCTV] >>
* Former MakerBot exec launches Solidoodle sub-$500 3D printer >>
* Demo Spring 2012: Modified Phone Provides On-demand Assistance to Blind Users >>
* Why do stars seem to “know” what type of galaxy they will inhabit? >>

* Does the quantum wave function represent reality? >>
* Galaxies Defy Astronomers’ Expectations >>
* Must watch: Neil deGrasse Tyson Discusses the Link Between Space and Culture [Video] >>

* Brain may not be hard wired to link numbers and space >>
* NASA’s New Deep-Space J-2X Rocket Motor is Ready For More Tests >>
* Just a few cell clones can make heart muscle >>
* Meteor Over Crater Lake >>

* You Can Take 3D Photo Tours of Famous Places in Google Maps Now [Video] >>
* Chemical 3D printing takes apps beyond the digital >>

* Psychologists Use Social Networking Behavior to Predict Personality Type >>
* Lab on a chip for genetic testing >>
* Protecting your brain: ‘use it or lose it’ >>

* Technicolour clones reveal how hearts build themselves >>
* You’ve Never Seen Your Console Controllers Like This Before >>
* Algorithmic incentives >>
* An Astonishing Connection Between Web Operations and Medical Care >>

* TED’s New Site Turns Any YouTube Video Into a Lesson >>
* An Astonishing Connection Between Web Operations and Medical Care >>
* “IBM’S Watson Conquering Expert Medical Diagnoses” >>

* EyeRing finger-mounted connected cam captures signs and identifies them with OCR >>
* Internet doomsday gets closer >>
* Apple: Analyst Ups Target To $1,111; Worth A Trillion Bucks? >>
* Metamaterials Step Into the Light >>

* Minivan sized meteor packed explosive power >>
* Apple Worldwide Developers Conference sells out in 2 hrs. No scalping allowed. >>

* For Couples, New Source of Online Friction >>

* AnTuTu pegs Galaxy S III as most powerful Android device, potentially reveals its specs >>
* Toaster fridge? Apple CEO reveals new side >>
* Japan astronomers find most distant galaxy cluster >>

* Genomes of two champion bulls sequenced >>
* Is Your Job Killing Your Creativity? >>
* Nano nod for lab-on-a-chip >>

* New tests monitor brain health during children’s heart surgery >>
* Research estimates lifetime of Titan’s chemical factory >>
* Electron politics: Physicists probe organization at the quantum level >>

* NIST physicists benchmark quantum simulator with hundreds of qubits >>
* X-rays reveal molecular arrangements for better printable electronics >>
* Watching neurons learn >>

* How Worrying About Money Affects Your Health >>
* Physicists probe organization at the quantum level >>
* Fusion Wins Big in House Spending Bill >>

* Amazing Video of Saturn Stitched Together from Old NASA Photos >>
* A mad cow in America >>
* Quantum cruncher beats today’s computers by 1080 >>

* Outer Space – Mind Blowing Video from Jupiter and Saturn >>
* Flip this lesson! A new way to teach with video from TED-Ed >>
* How could you create artificial gravity? [Space] >>

* Realistic robotic ExoHand to use its powers for good not evil >>
* DRM is not the future: Tor goes DRM-free for all e-books [Books] >>
* NIST Mini-sensor Measures Magnetic Activity in Human Brain >>

* The Importance of Being Social | Streams of Consciousness >>
* Robots are going after your prostate with knives [Robot] >>
* Dawn Reveals More of Vesta’s Secrets >>

* Deep designs: Catch the next wave >>
* Moore’s law lives another day >>
* Molecules to Medicine: Have You Thanked a Clinical Researcher Today? >>

* Matchmaking scientists with adventurers >>
* SpaceX Docking at Space Station Set to Free Data Stuck in Orbit >>
* Hunt is on for pieces of van-sized California meteor >>

* The Suit That Will Help Felix Baumgartner Withstand A 120,000-Foot Free Fall >>
* This Avatar Android Will Perform Life-Threatening Work on the ISS [Video] >>
* Video: Flying Objects Punch Through Saturnian Ring, Blazing Glittery Trails of Space Dust >>

* 2012 Military Wishlist Features Smart Wound-Diagnosing Uniforms and Dogfighting Drones >>
* The President of the United States Plays with Tiny Robot iPhone Ball [Video] >>
* New Study Finds Vast Galactic Network, No Sign of Dark Matter >>

* Liquid solar cells can be painted onto surfaces >>
* Electron politics: Physicists probe organization at the quantum level >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 April 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 April 2012

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* Swiss scientists demonstrate mind-controlled robot >>
* Put a robot in charge of yourself >>
* Coming Soon: Planet Earth, Live-Streamed from Space [VIDEO] >>

* Planetary Resources: The Video >>
* Planetary Resources Liveblogging the Conference Part 1 >>
* Planetary Resources Conference Part 2 >>
* Planetary Resources’ Crazy Plan to Mine an Asteroid May Not Be So Crazy >>

* Are Brain Waves and Heartbeats the Future of Passwords? [VIDEO] >>
* Google’s Drive Could Complicate the Cloud >>
* Robotic rover books a ticket for the Moon, to do some ice prospecting >>
* Precise molecular surgery in the plant genome >>

* The World’s First Undersea Mine Is Opening Off The Coast Of Papua New Guinea >>
* With New Educational Platform, TED Gives Teachers The Keys To A Flipped Classroom >>
* Sex Determination: More Complicated Than You Thought >>

* The Proxima Centauri Planet Hunt >>
* Intel releases 22 nanometer featured chips on track for 2014 with 14 nanometers >>
* The robot revolution is just beginning >>

* Buckeyes to fire 500 trillion watt laser May 15th in a short, cheap burst >>
* Introducing Google Drive… yes, really >>
* Samsung TVs Can Be Hacked Into Endless Restart Loop >>
* Firefox 12 Released — Introduces Silent, Chrome-like Updater >>

* Approximations >>
* Finding ET may require giant robotic leap >>
* Humans Willing to Blame Robots for Causing Harm >>
* World’s largest digital camera project passes critical milestone >>

* Stanford study points to potential treatment for stroke >>
* Brain not required for antidepressant to act >>
* New microdevice enables culture of circulating tumor cells for cancer treatment >>

* In New Quantum Experiment, Effect Happens Before Cause >>
* Question About Space Weather? NASA Scientists Have Answers >>
* Robotic, retractable sails proposed for cargo ships to save 30% of fuel >>

* Evolution of Earth Life Triggered by Supernova During Solar-System Milky Way Orbit >>
* Mathematics of Eternity Prove The Universe Must Have Had A Beginning >>
* First Treatment for Prion-Based Brain Diseases Involves Glowing Polymers >>

* This Incredible Video Shows All Roads, Air, and Shipping Routes on the Entire Planet >>
* New DARPA Projects target medicine on demand, making materials >>
* Mind-reading-robots, partially paralyzed man controls movements of a 1-foot-tall robot >>

* Creating nanostructures from the bottom up >>
* The Best of Hubble: 22 Years of Amazing Images >>
* Here Are the 61 Organizations With Permission To Fly Drones [Drones] >>

* Polarized radial fibre laser >>
* Brain study reveals how successful students overcome math anxiety >>
* Why Mining an Asteroid for Water and Precious Metals Isn’t as Crazy as it Sounds >>

* This house wants to defeat aging entirely: de Grey vs. Blakemore >>
* Changing The Teeth On The World’s Largest Tunnel-Boring Machine >>
* A Mystery 140 Years in the Making >>

* Some US Dams just need hydroelectric equipment to generate xtra 12 Gigawatts >>
* Will You Use Google Drive? >>
* NASA’s Webb Telescope flight backplane section completed >>

* Junk DNA senses viral infection: Promising tool in battle between pathogen & host >>
* Following life’s chemistry to the earliest branches on the tree of life >>
* Robotic rover books a ticket for the Moon, to do some ice prospecting >>

* New DARPA Projects target medicine on demand >>
* Polarized radial fibre laser >>
* Sex Determination: More Complicated Than You Thought >>

* To Read All Privacy Policies You Encounter, You’d Need A Month Off Each Year >>
* Nano Self-Assembly Enables Precision Manufacturing >>
* Alan Turing: Mathematical Biologist? >>

* Making Chips to Probe Genes >>
* Demo Spring 2012: Simply Useful >>
* Can an Algorithm Write a Better News Story Than a Human Reporter? >>

* OLED Display Blocks pack six 128 x 128 panels, we go hands-on at MIT (video) >>
* How Ancient Viruses Invaded Our Genomes, New Clues Discovered >>
* Just How Small Is an Atom? >>

* Weaving Tissue-Engineered Blood Vessels Together May Make Them Less Costly >>
* Alzheimer’s Test Will Soon Be Available, Concerns About How It Will Be Used >>
* Space Shuttle Enterprise’s New York Arrival Delayed Again >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 April 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 April 2012

* How Google Searches the Entire Web in Half a Second [VIDEO] >>
* DARPA building test bed for virtual satellite clusters >>
* Metamaterials for controlling Sound >>

* Pixel Qi has a 2048×1536 resolution screen that works in sunlight >>
* Tech Billionaires Plan Audacious Mission to Mine Asteroids >>
* Sex-for-Hire Robots Predicted by 2050 >>

* TV-based botnets? DoS attacks on your fridge? More plausible than you think >>
* 3D nano boxes self-assemble with precision >>
* Astronomy Cast, Ep: 258: Viking Landers >>

* GPS Satellites Could Improve Tsunami Advance Warning Time Tenfold >>
* Private Spaceflight Company SpaceX Has Lofty Goal: Help Save Humanity >>
* Quantum physics mimics spooky action into the past >>

* Healing with mathematics >>
* Researchers find mechanism that gives plants ‘balance’ >>
* Scientists see solution to critical barrier to fusion >>

* Miniature honeycomb ‘grows nerve’ >>
* Men set to live as long as women >>
* The real Green Lantern: street lamps powered by algae >>

* Video: Quadrotor with machine gun is so fake we wish it were real >>
* 3D Printing Robot Produces Chairs And Tables From Recycled Waste >>
* The eye limits the brain’s learning potential >>

* Quantum Rainbow Photon Gun Unveiled >>
* Video: Last Year’s DARPA Hypersonic Glider Test Failed When Vehicle Sped Right Out of Its Own Skin >>
* Cadillac’s ‘Super Cruise’ Mode Will Keep You In Your Lane Automatically >>

* XNA (Not DNA) May Form Basis for Life on Alien Planets >>
* Wearable muscle suit makes heavy lifting a cinch >>
* Evaporating Blobs of the Carina Nebula <br> >>

* Transplantable Blood Vessels Woven from Lab-Grown Human Tissue >>
* Mining the Sky for Resources? (guest blog by David Brin) >>
* Science Will Never Explain Why There’s Something Rather Than Nothing >>
* Costs of ‘dirty bomb’ attack in Los Angeles >>

* Special Report: The Private Space Taxi Race >>
* Why Exercise Warm-Ups Might Be Even More Important Than You Thought >>
* Whether the digital era improves society is up to its users – that’s us >>

* Xenotransplantation as a therapy for type 1 diabetes >>
* AT&T Wants to Put Your Voice in Charge of Apps >>
* Viewpoint: Rethinking the Neutrino >>

* Android trojan steals keystrokes using phone movements >>
* Artificial nanopore production could lead to early detection of disease >>
* Cadillac’s ‘Super Cruise’ Mode Will Keep You In Your Lane Automatically >>

* Proxima Centauri: Looking at the Nearest Star >>
* Ancient virus DNA thrives in us >>
* Nano Robo-Fly >>

* High-tech blanket can watch you sleep >>
* Planetary Resources Asteroid Mining Video >>
* Triple Sunset on HD 188753 Ab >>

* German scientists unveil ‘intelligent’ tyre for all weather >>
* How Asteroid Mining Could Work (Infographic) >>
* OSU Powers Up a 500 Trillion Watt Laser [Fusion] >>

* Checkpoint protein is key to cancer drugs >>
* Computing the best high-resolution 3-D tissue images >>

* Evaporating Blobs of the Carina Nebula >>
* Game Developers Get a Lot of Death Threats >>
* Graphene lenses for electrons >>

* Jimmy Wales to Hollywood: You’re Doomed (And Not Because of Piracy) >>
* Medical ‘lightsabers’: Laser scalpels get ultrafast, ultra-accurate makeover >>

* Mining the Sky for Resources? (guest blog by David Brin) >>
* NASA – Hubble Peeks inside a Stellar Cloud >>
* Quantum physics mimics spooky action into the past >>

* Robots fighting wars could be blamed for mistakes on the battlefield >>
* Scientists see solution to critical barrier to fusion >>
* Software Engineering Is a Dead-End Career, Says Bloomberg >>
* Special Report: The Private Space Taxi Race >>

* Stunning Timelapse: Range of Light >>
* TV-based botnets? DoS attacks on your fridge? More plausible than you think >>
* The Scientific Method Versus Scientific Evidence In the Courtroom >>

* To make boron sheets, focus on the holes >>
* Today in Mind Reading: Brain Scans Can Predict If You’re About to Make a Math Mistake >>
* Xenotransplantation as a therapy for type 1 diabetes >>

* Watch it Fly and Spy >>
* Magnifi iPhone Adapter for Microscopes, Telescopes, Etc. >>
* Researchers Make Paralyzed Limb Move by “Eavesdropping” on the Brain’s Neural Commands >>

* Researchers Develop Non-Invasive PET Imaging Options for Alzheimer’s Disease >>
* Cybram 001 Simulator Helps Med Students Practice Brain Surgery (video) >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 April 2012 >>

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