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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 May 2012

* Quadrotor Drone Flies Around To Your Devices And Charges Their Batteries >>
* Play-A-Grill Lets Playas Hear Music Through Their Teeth >>
* First Autonomous Road Train Cruises Down Public Spanish Highway >>

* New Surveillance Program Listens For Gunshots, Get Police There in Minutes >>
* An Integrated Circuit Made of Ions Could Bring Computing Into Your Cells >>
* 3 nanometer by 7 nm DNA Origami Tiles are Pixels in any 310 Pixel Shape >>

* Math may teach computers to get sarcasm >>
* Intel to show third-gen Ultrabooks, makes USB 3.0 or Thunderbolt a necessity >>
* Back in body, modified cells fix kidney >>

* Laser Comb May Aid Search for Earth-Like Alien Planets >>
* Secretive X-37B Space Plane Will be Landing Soon >>
* Meteorites Could Provide New Explanation for Mars Methane >>

* Here Come the Arctic Drones >>
* Tech suits endanger innovation >>
* Feeling strong emotions synchronizes people’s brains >>

* Tomato genome sequenced >>
* Anthrax vaccine – To the victor, the spoils >>
* Looking Back at an Eclipsed Earth >>

* Vast hydrogen bridge connects two galaxies >>
* First epigenome in Europe completed >>
* Tim Cook: Apple doubling-down on Siri, ‘stay tuned’ on Facebook developments >>

* Ellison and Catmull: You Can’t Copy Steve Jobs >>
* Tim Cook’s Most Intriguing Reveals: What They Mean for Apple’s Roadmap >>
* Tim Cook on Apple and Its Secrecy >>

* Intel automatic public WiFi, will hook up your Ultrabook in the background >>
* Hacker Lifestyle: How I Feel Satisfied with Every Day [Productivity] >>
* Google’s Steve Lee talks about the history and future of Project Glass >>

* Aubrey de Grey at TEDxUChicago 2012 >>
* Our Milky Way Galaxy Has Cosmic Halo 11.4 Billion Years Old >>
* To hijack neuron, virus halts cell ‘power plant’ >>

* Researchers develop new nanodevice manufacturing strategy >>
* Research shows cue-giving robots help students learn >>
* Belief in God associated with ability to ‘mentalize’ >>

* An Exercise Tracker That Doubles as a Real-Time Coach >>
* The future of rail could be this 75-year-old steam locomotive >>
* How will our starships navigate in deep space? [Physics] >>

* User-adjustable glasses let you dial in your own correction >>
* Setting the Galaxy’s Age >>
* 56 Years of Deadly Tornados On One Gorgeous Map >>

* The special scent of age: Body odor gives away age >>
* Nanodevice manufacturing strategy using DNA ‘Building blocks’ >>
* How Close Is Iran to Exploding Its First Nuclear Bomb? >>

* The more science you know, the less worried you are about climate >>
* Tuna carry Fukushima isotopes to California >>
* Mathematicians propose to conjure matter waves inside an invisible hat >>

* Robotic Quintet Composes And Plays Its Own Music >>
* First Stem Cell-Based Therapy Gets Approved – In Canada >>
* Small iPads, Big iPhones: How Apple Battles Its Own Legacy [Apple] >>

* Three ‘Genetic Zip Codes’ Laid Foundation for Evolution of Human Brain >>
* Tiny genetic variations led to big changes in the evolving human brain >>
* $1800 Gets Sneakers Made From Stingrays Customized Through Genetic Engineering >>
* Copper-nickel nanowires from Duke University could make ubiquitous printable circuits >>
* How the Hippies Saved Physics — David Kaiser >>

* Physicists Carve a Niche in Time >>
* Researchers restore neuron function to brains damaged by Huntington’s disease >>
* SpaceShipTwo Cleared for Suborbital Test Flights >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 May 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 May 2012

* Video: Japanese Dentist Invents Self-Stirring Whirlpool Pot >>
* We’re creating a culture of distraction >>
* How To Measure the Universe >>

* Sergey Brin Finally Lets Someone Else Wear Google Glass [Google] >>
* Germany meets half its energy demand from solar, briefly >>
* Pill Could Reverse Effects of a Stroke Long After It Hits >>

* First stored and replayed atomic movie >>
* Inaugural Synthetic Biology Incubator SynBio Launches At Singularity University >>
* Video: A Japanese Telepresence Robot that Lives on Your Shoulder >>

* Plum Perfect Uses A Picture Of Your Face For Makeup, Clothes Recommendations >>
* SpaceX: Will Elon Musk’s Triumph Be Transformative Or Transient? >>
* Microsoft patent outlines smart power-saving system >>

* Tesla shows us how a Model S is made >>
* Chrome OS review (version 19) >>
* Snake Robots Will Soon Crawl Around Inside Your Body Off-Leash >>
* Ancient ‘Sexual Revolution’ Laid Foundation for Modern Family >>

* Viewpoint: Mimicking Magnetic Fields in Optical Lattices >>
* Ghosts of Milky Way’s Powerful Past Revealed >>
* The first chemical circuit developed >>

* Wireless tooth tattoo detects harmful bacteria >>
* Floating Island on the Move >>

* Spacex Future Missions, Falcon 9 with Upgraded Engines and Spacex Heavy >>
* Robotic jellyfish could one day patrol oceans, clean oil spills (w/ Video) >>

* (Video) Where speech recognition is going >>
* Japan robot lab readies second prototype for work at crippled nuclear reactor >>
* Apple’s Chinese Manufacturing Partner Has Started Producing The New TV >>

* $340,000 flop: Kickstarting a big dud >>
* VIDEO: Ten-minute test to predict dementia >>
* Pill to treat Alzheimer’s also cures shopoholics >>

* Video: Japanese Dentist Invents Self-Stirring Whirlpool Pot >>
* Driving simulation vehicle testing system reproduces movement on a real vehicle >>
* This Rock Could Spy on You for Decades >>

* Japan firm unveils radiation-gauging smartphone >>
* 25 Pictures of the Human Body Under an Electron Microscope >>
* Newly Found Asteroid Buzzes Earth >>

* Engineers Develop Cheap Onboard Tracking System For UAVs >>
* Mind-reading robot teachers keep students focused >>

* Cyber-attack concerns raised over Boeing 787 chip’s ‘back door’ >>
* How the Samsung Galaxy S III Can Listen Even While Sleeping >>
* Google Unveils New Chromebooks >>

* Prototype glasses help the visually impaired avoid obstacles >>
* French Court Sides With Google in YouTube Case >>
* Microsoft patents asking your friends ‘does my butt look big in this?’ >>

* OmniVision’s OV2722 sensor promises 1080p tablet video chats >>
* Scientists Create the Smallest Possible Five-Ringed Molecule, Call It Olympicene >>

* A Cheap and Abundant Source of Heart Muscle Cells >>
* Scientists take steps toward creating artificial graphene >>
* Nanomedicines on their way through the body >>

* Saving seagrass could bury more carbon >>
* Why chemotherapy fails >>
* Researchers demonstrate primitive mechanism of chemical into self-replication >>

* Copper-nickel nanowires could be perfect fit for printable electronics >>
* Mathematicians can conjure matter waves inside an invisible hat >>
* Electromagnetic brain shotgun almost ready to treat depression >>

* Small Asteroid Flies-By Closer Than Many Satellites | Video >>
* Physicists store short movies in an atomic vapor >>
* The Faster-Than-Light Telegraph That Wasn’t >>

* The immune system may protect against Alzheimer’s changes in humans >>
* Blowing in the wind: How hidden flower features are crucial for bees >>
* Unzipped carbon nanotubes could help energize fuel cells and batteries >>

* One-Minute Physics: Why planets can only orbit in 3D >>
* Computer Science and Programming: Books and Resources >>
* The “Dark Satellites” Orbiting the Milky Way >>

* How NASA Uses Astronaut Pee to Hunt Osteoporosis [Science] >>
* The Outermost Ocean in Our Solar System: Neptune’s Triton >>
* First look at the face of a woman dead for 2000 years >>

* Amazon Instant Video Is Now On Xbox 360 >>
* What your Facebook picture says about your background >>
* 3D blood vessels could aid artificial organs >>

* Accelerated Tech News 7 – Google, Leap Motion, Giant Manta Rays, and More! >>
* U.S. Military May Blanket Afghanistan in Tiny Spy Sensors That Last for Two Decades >>
* Pirate Bay Ready For Perpetual IP-Address Whac-A-Mole >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 May 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 May 2012

* Volvo’s driverless road train in Spain is public mainly on the plain (video) >>
* Kinect in orbit to turn spacecraft into building blocks >>
* An ‘Abundance’ of targets for asteroid miners >>

* Smart Pebble robots replicate objects the way a good hive mind should (video) >>
* VIDEO: Is it possible to live on mobile money? >>
* World Future Society’s Forecasts for the next 25 years. >>

* Why We Lie >>
* Ear Hair Cells Grown In Young Mice With Gene Therapy >>
* Video of the Day: Robots dance to ‘Thriller’ >>

* Where Speech Recognition Is Going >>
* Engineered microvessels provide a 3-D test bed for human diseases >>
* NYU physicists devise method for building artificial tissue >>

* Big data facilitates new era of knowledge, education, and thinking >>
* Ep. 260: The Technology of Lasers and Masers >>
* Teen Solves 350-Year-Old Math Problem >>

* Humongous air-driven energy tower planned for U.S. Mexico border >>
* Plan for United Nations to regulate the Internet >>
* Exotic particles, chilled and trapped, form giant matter wave >>

* Persistent sensory experience is good for the aging brain: neuroscientists >>
* Morphing engines might cut aeroplane noise >>
* Irish Mathematicians Solve The Guinness Sinking Bubble Problem >>

* 3D blood vessels could aid artificial organs >>
* People smile when they are frustrated, and the computer knows the difference >>
* Self-Driving Cars Take To The Highways of Europe >>

* Olympus 2.4mm diameter industrial videoscope is world’s thinnest >>
* Face-reading software to judge the mood of the masses >>
* Intelligent monitoring and warning system for vehicles – Aisin ITS >>

* Venus’s Transit Between Earth and Sun Will Be Last Until 2117 >>
* Optimism is a Self-Amplifying Feedback Loop >>

* timoreilly #dontagree “We wanted flying cars, instead got 140 characters.” Peter Thiel failure of technological imagination >>
* Nasa releases ‘beautiful’ images of the sun (video) >>

* Microsoft at Work on Meshing Its Products With Skype >>
* Precise Biometrics’ Tactivo for iPhone, iPad locks data by fingerprint and smart card (video) >>
* Researchers create glasses that indicate obstacles to patients with visual handicaps >>

* Station Astronauts Say Dragon is Plenty Roomy for Hauling Big Crews to Orbit >>
* Tokyo Toilet Tour! A Photo Walk Through Toto’s High-Tech Showroom >>
* How Face(.com) Recognition Could Fit Into Facebook Mobile >>

* Engineer Guy vs. The Smartphone Accelerometer >>
* The Future of Physics (2 Letters) >>
* New research suggests apes have human-like personalities >>

* Intel previews 1Gbps DOCSIS 3.0 gateway capability >>
* Birds got smart by becoming big babes >>
* Is that smile real or fake? >>

* Virtual patient under the knife on hi-tech operating table >>
* What’s killing supercentenarians? Amyloidosis, suggest two gerontologists >>

* “Divorce Hotel” Coming Soon To Reality TV? >>
* Can you marry youself? Apparently so, this women did? >>

* Electromagnetic depression treatment nears approval >>
* The world’s largest solar thermal power plant >>
* How to peer within nanoparticles to see atomic structure in 3D >>

* Why Women Date Weaklings [Science] >>
* Making Microscopic Machines Using Metallic Glass >>
* Kickstarter and Crowdfunding >>

* Internet Guru Robert Scoble Says Twitter Feels A Lot Like A Ghost Town >>
* Top Viral Videos Of The Week: Everyone Watched This 4-Second Clip Of A Girl Kicking Herself In The Face >>
* The Emergence of Collective Intelligence >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 May 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 May 2012

* LG Display debuts five-inch Retina Display killer with 1080p HD resolution and 440ppi pixel density >>
* Daniel Kahneman on the Trap of ‘Thinking That We Know’ >>
* Intelligent monitoring and warning system for vehicles – Aisin ITS >>

* Stunning image of smallest possible 5 rings >>
* RNA breakthrough transforms idea of gene control >>

* TED: Ken Goldberg: 4 lessons from robots about being human >>
* Ubi turns any wall into a touchscreen using Microsoft’s Kinect >>
* Augmented Reality: Kreek Prototype 2.0, Kinect-controlled interface >>

* Manufacturing genes to attack flu virus >>
* Larry Page: With A Healthy Disregard For The Impossible, People Can Do Almost Anything >>
* Epic Breakthrough: “Insight into How Matter Formed in the Universe” (Weekend Feature) >>

* It took Earth ten million years to recover from greatest mass extinction >>
* Egyptian Student Invents New Propulsion Method >>
* Introduction to Robotics Lecture (videos) >>

* Machine Learning course Lecture videos >>
* It’s in the genes: Research pinpoints how plants know when to flower >>
* Drug destroys human cancer stem cells but not healthy ones >>
* Illegal kidney trade booms as new organ is ‘sold every hour’ >>

* Prosthetic Artificial Vocal Cords to Replace Damaged Ones >>
* 61 Behavioral Biases That Screw Up The Way You Think >>
* Science Is Not About Certainty. Science is overcoming our own ideas and continuous challenge of common sense >>

* Vesicles of The Neuron >>
* VIDEO: Cruise ship’s brush with a bridge >>
* Jamais Cascio Nine Meditations on Complexity >>

* Key Gene Found Responsible For Accelerated Aging and Cancer >>
* Star Trek Luminaries Behind the Fastest Funded Film Project On Kickstarter >>
* The Gamification of Hiring >>

* Disruptions: Facebook Might Have a Smartphone in Its Future >>
* Augmented Reality: Ubi >>
* Medical Treatments From 200 Miles Up >>

* Genetically Modified Bugs Glow Red and Self-Destruct, but Can They Keep Away Disease? >>
* Researchers develop new genetic method to pinpoint individuals’ geographic origin >>
* Annular Eclipse Redux >>

* Between Science & Art: Connectograms and Circos Visualization Tool >>
* Democracy Flaws – You have to be relatively intelligent to realize your areas of incompentence >>

* Futureseek Weekly Review; 21-27 May 2012 >>
* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26-27 May 2012 >>

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Futureseek Weekly Review; 21-27 May 2012

* Leap 3D Offers Amazing Gesture-Based Control of Your Computer for Just $70 >>
* Amazing Coating For Bottles’ Interiors Lets Ketchup Flow Like Water >>
* Device may inject a variety of drugs without using needles >>

* Eye control on Mobiles Devices >>
* Samsung submits patent application for speech-recognizing robot >>
* University students develop eye controlled robotic arm >>

* SpaceX launch in HD: >>
* ISS Astronauts Climb Aboard the SpaceX Dragon Capsule >>
* Mars or Bust! Scientists Flood NASA With 400 Ideas to Explore Red Planet >>

* With Telerobotics, Astronauts Orbit Mars While Robots Explore the Surface >>
* Russian Space Chief: Talking About Establishing Permanent Bases On the Moon >>
* This Summer, Take a Class on How to Design a Space Hotel >>

* Finally, A Car That Listens (And Truly Understands) >>
* New 16-megapixel camera sensors records 4K, 60 fps video on your smartphone >>
* Backpack Radar Can Detect Ambushers Within 150 Acres >>
* Motorola’s Police Car Of The Future >>

* High-Definition 3D Printer Creates Objects With Light >>
* 3D printing gets more flexible with Nylon extrusion >>
* What Makers Know About The Future That You Don’t >>

* Hands-on with the MakerBot robot petting zoo at Maker Faire >>
* Maker Faire 3D Printer Census >>
* The Future of Stuff: Vending Machine That Prints in 3-D >>
* 3D printing genius creates working lathe >>

* Robot knows shoes don’t go in the fridge >>
* Bubble Robots Move Using Lasers >>
* Robot Finger Does What Your Finger Can’t >>
* Robotic fish shoal sniffs out pollution in harbours >>

* This Robot Makes Its Own Custom Tools Out of Glue >>
* Robotics Goes Social With RoboBRRD >>
* DARPA Demos Its ARM Robot >>

* MIT Students Create The Future With An iPad And A Glove >>
* First Video From Google’s Glasses [Video] >>
* We Upload 72 Hours of Video to YouTube Every Minute >>

* Scobleizer: Sensor company @Wovyn Sensors for Internet of Things. >>
* 5 Affordable Ways to Make Your Appliances Smarter >>
* Intel hopes to give computers human smarts, appreciate our idiosyncrasies >>

* New Prize for Bio-Sensors Announced by X Prize Foundation >>
* Solar Impulse takes off on first sun-powered transcontinental flight >>
* The Pill: For Men >>
* Prosthetic Artificial Vocal Cords to Replace Damaged Ones >>

* Turning off the stem-cell aging switch >>
* Scientists turn skin cells into beating heart muscle >>
* Scientists deploy genetics in search for bigfoot >>
* Personality genes may help account for longevity >>

* NHK Hybridcast making broadcast TV interactive >>
* NHK 33 Megapixel 120fps Ultra High Definition imaging system >>
* Customer service avatars coming to JFK, La Guardia, Newark airports >>

* fascinating race to be the first to teleport to an orbiting satellite >>
* Google copyright takedowns to Transparency Reports, 1.2 million a month >>
* Alcatel-Lucent introduces the world’s most powerful Internet core router >>
* Revolutionary chipset for high-speed wireless data transfer >>

* Watch: Neil Armstrong Narrates His Moon Landing In a Rare TV Interview >>
* What’s left to explore? Nathan Wolfe >>
* Robert Scoble gives his perspectives on the brave new world of tech success >>

* $74 PC on a USB Stick Sold Out (for Now) >>
* Mobile printer for smartphones >>
* Video: Parachuteless Skydive, Man Jumps 2,400 Feet Into a Pile of Boxes >>
* Microsoft Research Introduces Record-Beating MinuteSort Techonlogy >>

* Quantum entanglement in spin qubits demonstrated for the first time >>
* A Photonic C-NOT Gate Breakthrough for Quantum Computing >>
* Vacuum Tube On-A-Chip Debuts >>

* Kevin Kelly: The Next 100 Years of Science >>
* Will We Still Have Sex After the Singularity? >>
* 60TB Disk Drives Could Be a Reality In 2016 >>

* Want your washer to email when your clothes are clean? – >>
* Wearable Energy: T-Shirts Could Charge Phones >>
* Clear paint welcomes ideas and doodles on any surface >>

* Smart Tennis Rackets Leverage Embedded Sensors >>
* Incantor brings World of Warcraft to real life (hands-on) >>
* Robots quickly recognize and respond to human gestures, with new algorithms >>
* Over-Dramatic Mannequin Promises To Make Computer Animation Easy >>

* Futureseek Weekly Review; 14-20 May 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26-27 May 2012

* 5 Affordable Ways to Make Your Appliances Smarter >>
* Want your washer to email when your clothes are clean? – >>
* Impacts Spreading Life through the Cosmos? >>

* [Video] ISS Astronauts Climb Aboard the SpaceX Dragon Capsule >>
* At the Edge of NGC 891 >>
* Play Golf With Robots This Summer >>

* Smart Bullets >>
* #MEMS: “Smart Tennis Rackets Leverage Embedded Sensors” >>
* Artificial Intelligence: What happened to the hunt for thinking machines? >>

* Software scans tongue for signs of disease >>
* ScienceShot: The Bionic Snail >>
* The Pill: For Men!: DNews Nuggets >>

* Wearable Energy: T-Shirts Could Charge Phones >>
* Clear paint welcomes ideas and doodles on any surface >>
* Mars or Bust! Scientists Flood NASA With 400 Ideas to Explore Red Planet >>

* DARPA invests $3.5 Million in TechShop for instant fabrication testbeds >>
* How Small Can a Speaker Get? >>
* Revolutionary chipset for high-speed wireless data transfer >>

* ‘Personality genes’ may help account for longevity >>
* NHK 33 Megapixel 120fps Ultra High Definition imaging system >>
* Welcome to the Future, Where Our Apples Never Brown [Food] >>

* This Is the First Video From Google’s Glasses [Video] >>
* Speedy pH changes detected in brain for first time >>

* Groups concerned over arming of domestic drones >>
* Scorpius in Red and Blue >>
* Thousands of invisibility cloaks trap a rainbow >>

* Image of the Day: ISS Robotic Arm Completes 1st-Ever Hookup with SpaceX’s Dragon –Launching Commercial Space Era >>
* Now Serving The Latest In Exponential Growth: YouTube! >>
* Astrophile: The outermost ocean in the solar system >>

* How Facebook Security Guards Your Info [Security] >>
* From stem cell to brain cell: New technique mimics the brain >>

* Will We Still Have Sex After the Singularity? >>
* Dick Pelletier Mind Management: Researchers Explore New Ways to Influence Minds >>
* Cameron Diaz Flirts with Sir David Attenborough >>

* Yahoo Announces Axis, A New Visual Paradigm In Web Search UI >>
* Human-Computer Interaction >>
* What’s More Valuable in the Future, Authors or Curators? >>

* Android developers: @apploverme lets you crowd-source testing of your apps. >>
* Over-Dramatic Mannequin Promises To Make Computer Animation Easy [Video] >>
* Simulators paint rosy future in automotive classes >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 May 2012

* Prosthetic Artificial Vocal Cords to Replace Damaged Ones >>
* Robot Finger Does What Your Finger Can’t >>
* Intel research hopes to give computers human smarts, appreciate our idiosyncrasies >>

* Senseye – Eye control on Mobiles Devices >>
* Samsung submits patent application for speech-recognizing robot >>
* New Prize for Bio-Sensors Announced by X Prize Foundation >>
* Solar Impulse takes off for Morocco on first sun-powered transcontinental flight >>

* University students develop eye controlled robotic arm >>
* Intel posts x86-friendly Android 4.0 image, lets you feel the need for speed >>
* Google copyright takedowns to Transparency Reports, 1.2 million a month and growing >>

* MIT Students Create The Future With An iPad And A Glove >>
* Automated image analysis arises from handcraft and machine learning >>
* Synopsis: Deconstructing the Quark Gluon Plasma >>

* A nanoclutch for nanobots >>
* Backpack Radar Can Detect Ambushers Within 150 Acres >>
* Motorola’s Police Car Of The Future Is An Unpaid-Ticket-Sniffing Scofflaw Slayer >>

* Watch: Neil Armstrong Narrates His Moon Landing In a Rare TV Interview >>
* Male fertility genes discovered >>
* Tally Ho Dragon! >>

* This Summer, Take a Class on How to Design a Space Hotel >>
* Turning off the stem-cell aging switch >>
* How our visual perception system unconsciously affects our preferences >>

* All the Water on Europa >>
* NASA aims for human rendezvous at Mars in 2033 >>
* Well-connected brains make you smarter in older age >>

* A Photonic C-NOT Gate Breakthrough for Quantum Computing >>
* ISPs Refuse to Block New Pirate Bay IP-Address >>
* Brussels wants e-identities for EU citizens >>

* Software Better at Detecting Frustration Than Humans >>
* NASA’s Marshall Center Concludes Wind Tunnel Testing to Aid in SpaceX Reusable >>
* Smallest Artificial Heart Keeps Baby Alive >>

* Beam Me Up: ‘Tractor beams’ of light pull small objects towards them >>
* Robots will quickly recognize and respond to human gestures, with new algorithms >>
* Browser Choice: A Thing of the Past? >>

* BuckleUp for Bumpy 21st Century: Vijay Vaitheeswaran Says Innovate or Else >>
* Organic carbon from Mars, but not biological >>
* Researchers Turning off the stem-cell aging switch >>

* Engineered materials: Custom-made metamaterial magnets >>
* Private Moon Race Will Preserve NASA’s Historic Lunar Landing Sites >>
* How Many Stars Never Make the Big Time? >>
* Nanoparticles seen as artificial atoms >>

* Nanoparticles seen as artificial atoms >>
* ‘Clock’ neurons help sleepyheads wake up >>
* Synopsis: Using Topspin to Probe the Standard Model >>

* Chronic pain is relieved by cell transplantation in lab study >>
* Marked for destruction: Newly developed compound triggers cancer cell death >>
* Babies zero in on ‘just right’ to learn >>

* Researchers prove new circuit process for 14nm, design with directed self-assembly >>
* Single Molecule Channels Water >>
* Who pays for personalized medicine? >>

* Researchers find a way to delay aging of stem cells >>
* Robotics: Gesturing for control >>
* Robot monitors toxic red tides >>

* Nine Ways to Bias Open-Source AGI Toward Friendliness >>
* Blueseed seastead has applications from 800 entrepreneurs for offshore incubator >>
* Google Brings Transparency To Copyright Removal Requests >>

* Gary Marcus on making the web more like the human brain: Google Knowledge Graph >>
* What life in augmented reality could look like >>
* Michael Shermer: “We are the descendants of those who were most successful at finding patterns… >>

* 2011’s Top 10 New Species: Spongebob Squarepants ‘Shroom, Sneezing Monkey and … >>
* Will technology kill humanity? >>
* How Earth Got Its Oxygen [Science] >>

* New solar technology improves on low-cost Grätzel cell >>
* Weight-loss surgery reduces desire for alcohol >>
* Synchronized brains: Feeling strong emotions makes people’s brains ‘tick together’ >>

* Amazing videos show nanorods taking shape [Video] >>
* Spacex clears last tests and ready to dock with International Space Station on Friday >>
* Path to 14-nm with directed self-assembly >>

* Bottled carbon from Mars bodes well for ancient aliens >>
* Interactive Atlas Puts the Whole World in Your Hand >>
* NASA’s Environment Simulation Lab Recreates Space on Earth >>

* Can an Algorithm Teach Leadership? >>
* Heads-On: MindWave Lets You Control Mobile Games With Brain Waves >>
* BioDigital Human Anatomy System Expands Possibilities for Virtual Bodies >>
* ITU meets to define 4K and 8K UHDTV parameters >>

* Interactive Atlas Puts the Whole World in Your Hand >>
* Apple’s Coming Plan To Take Over The TV Business >>

* White House Unveils Plan to Bring Government Into the Mobile Age >>
* Stem-cell-growing surface enables bone repair >>
* Why Facebook Will Be Around For A Long Long Time Redux >>

* Why Kickstarter Hides Failed Projects >>
* Brands Can Now Turn Their Facebook Timeline Into a Movie >>
* Technology Time Machine 2012: Beware the Physics of the Cloud >>
* Transparency for copyright removals in search >>

* Producing hydrogen from artificial leaf photosynthesis turns out to be too expensive >>
* Tape lives! Supercomputer to be built with 380PB of tape storage >>
* Big data is worth nothing without big science >>
* Video: Larry Page speak at Zeitgeist 2012 while wearing Project Glass >>
* David Brin’s EXISTENCE: Official Trailer >>

* From SpaceX to Transparency Grenades >>
* How to Talk to an Alien >>
* Next 40 years: end of aging, nanodust, superintelligent machines >>
* Feeding the Planet Without Destroying It >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 May 2012 >>

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