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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 10 April 2012

* Scientist Proposes Blowing Away Space Debris Using Massive Bursts of Air >>
* Soft Robotic Grippers >>
* Talking With the Founders of Vergence Labs >>
* Riots may be controlled with chemicals >>

* Facestagram: Five New Features Facebook + Instagram Could Launch >>
* Robotic Octopus Takes First Betentacled Steps >>
* Intel Launches Z77 Motherboards, Preparing For Ivy Bridge >>

* Flying the Space Shuttles to their New Homes >>
* Navy Scientists Spot New Solar Structures >>
* A Stem Cell–Based Approach to Cartilage Repair >>

* Ayesha Khanna Our Intelligent Future >>
* The Floating “Lillypad City” >>
* Mozilla demos browser-based video chat app for Firefox >>

* When supernovae get too big! >>
* India’s $35 tablet getting new hardware, Android 4.0 >>
* “Nanobubbles Target Individual Cancer Cells” >>

* The Fight For the Internet Continues — Could CISPA be the Next SOPA? >>
* Sequencing and Mouse “Avatars” Personalize Cancer Treatment >>
* Meet a New Friend, Robotic Puppet TJ* >>

* Creepy Robot Eyes You Can Wear >>
* Scientists use nanotechnology to hunt for hidden pathogens >>
* Pentagon Contest to Develop Robots to Work in Disaster Areas >>

* Satellite Beacon Mission Suggested for Asteroid Apophis >>
* Genetic Bar Code Search Can Use RNA to Pick Out Individuals From Huge Gene Pools >>

* Breast cancer ‘fingerprint’ in blood drop >>
* Increasing Sophistication of Medical Nanoparticles >>
* Opening the gate to robust quantum computing >>

* Scientists find identical DNA codes in different plant species >>
* Blue Straggler Stars in Globular Cluster M53 >>
* The Solar System With the Most Planets Is Now … HD 10180 >>

* How it Would Work: Destroying an Incoming Killer Asteroid With a Nuclear Blast >>
* Breaking: Facebook Is Buying Instagram for a Billion Dollars >>
* ‘Nanobubbles’ plus chemotherapy equals single-cell cancer targeting >>

* This International Space Station Photo Is So Amazing It Seems From The Future [Video] >>
* Clean energy could lead to scarce materials >>
* Nano-sized ‘factories’ churn out proteins >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 9 April 2012 >>

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