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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 July 2012

* 10 Ways the Olympics Could be Different in the Future [Video] >>
* Real-Time Language Translation With UK Developer’s Own Google-esque Augmented Reality Glasses >>
* Some Multitasking Is More Taxing >>
* Weekend Diversion: Triangles, a Puzzle, and Beauty >>

* One Per Cent: AI predicts when you’re about to get sick >>
* Most realistic android infant? >>
* Star Cluster R136 Bursts Out <br> >>

* Chemical makes blind mice instantly see — without invasive surgery >>
* This Week in the Future, July 23-27, 2012 >>
* Ten million H1NI flu vaccines produced in one month, says DARPA >>

* Swumanoid swimming android robot from Tokyo Tech will help athletes swim faster >>
* Empty space has more energy than everything in the Universe, combined >>
* Human body could soon be connected to the web’ Vint Cerf >>

* Can Creativity be Automated? >>
* Mathematicians Encrypt Images Using Mathematics of Sudoku >>
* X-ray nanocrystallography captures 3D images of biomolecules >>

* New Device Turns Eye Movement Into Handwriting [Video] >>
* Defending the Interstellar Vision >>
* Laser achieves world record power at one pulse per second >>

* Non-Human Consciousness Exists Say Experts. Now What? >>
* China stimulus unsustainable ? Wait til 2015-2020 >>
* How Science Predicts Which Olympic Events Will Be the Most Exciting to Watch >>
* Nanosensor Could Detect Prostate Cancer in its Early Stages >>

* Visualized: a look inside iRobot’s gadget-filled ‘cool stuff room’ (video) >>
* Champions Declared in AI Poker Tournament >>
* SAMI robot has motion detection from the company behind Kinect’s 3D sensors, washboard abs (video) >>

* Scientists create first computer simulation of a complete organism >>
* New Robot Can Jump on Water >>
* New transistor can switch the state of matter >>

* NASA Making Strides with the New Space Launch System >>
* Weekend Diversion: Triangles, a Puzzle, and Beauty >>
* Moving trash can catches your waste, annoys Larry Bird (video) >>

* First ‘Mott Transistor’ Offers Powerful New Type of Semiconductor >>
* Getty Plans Giant 20-Gigapixel Image of the Olympic Opening Ceremonies >>
* Need it, print it >>

* Air Force’s Mega-Bunker-Buster Bomb Is Finally Ready >>
* Twitter Knows When You’re Going To Get Sick >>
* The one and only true “Space Needle” >>

* The Tulip in the Swan >>
* iRobot Puts Telemedicine on Auto Pilot >>
* Gaze-tracking illusion lets you draw with your eyes >>
* How to Construct the Lightest, Most Open Olympic Stadium Ever Built >>

* One does not simply “believe” in Dark Energy… [Starts With A Bang] >>
* The one and only true “Space Needle” [Starts With A Bang] >>
* The one and only true “Space Needle” [Starts With A Bang] >>

* Implantable Hydrogels Release Drugs, One At A Time >>
* Synopsis: Neutron Knockout >>
* Synopsis: Don’t Bring the Noise >>

* Synopsis: Breathe In, Breathe Out >>
* Switching the state of matter >>
* Researchers create working Mott transistor prototype >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; Catchup-20-27 July 2012

Appolies: i have had a few issues to deal with this week, so feed is little less than normal..

* Universal Laws at the Olympics and Predictions for 2012 >>
* Reverse-engineered irises look so real, they fool eye-scanners >>

* Stress may cause women’s brains to age prematurely >>
* Lightest Material in the World >>
* Single-photon transmitter could enable new quantum devices >>

* The world’s first 3D-printed gun is a terrifying thing >>
* Harvard scientists to build Iron Man-like suit for military >>
* Moon Formed In Interplanetary Hit-and-Run Incident, Say Astronomers >>

* The ‘chemputer’ that could print out any drug >>
* NASA Researchers Discover the Origin of a Major Aspect of Creation of Life >>

* Video: Automatic Pastry Identifier Can Tell a Croissant From a Baguette in One Second >>
* Wearable Biomonitors for superior sports training and medicine >>
* Video: In Nail-Biting Flight, Holder of Electric Bike Speed Record Sets Electric Plane Speed Record >>

* A Working Assault Rifle Made With a 3-D Printer >>
* This May Be the First Computer-Generated Motion Picture >>
* [Video] How to Stream the 2012 London Olympics, With or Without Cable >>

* 40 Years of Massive City Growth as Seen From Space >>
* Sensor seeks to cut wafer cleaning costs >>
* X-rays show batteries running in real time >>

* Prototype ‘Mott transistor’ developed >>
* 500-Million-Year-Old ‘Mistake’ Led to Humans >>
* Transparent solar cells make any glass surface a power generator >>

* Neil deGrasse Tyson and Bill Nye make the case for NASA’s future in Fight For Space [Video] >>
* Two Solar System puzzles solved >>
* Aging heart cells rejuvenated by modified stem cells >>

* UC Berkeley joins edX >>
* These robots install solar panels >>
* Bakery goods POS visual recognition system on trial in Tokyo bakery >>
* Glasses provide subtitles for foreign language conversations >>

* Closing in on a cure for vision loss >>
* Paint That Sucks Up the Dangers of Chemical Warfare [Military] >>
* $37 million from DARPA to integrate multiple organ-on-chip systems to mimic the whole human body >>

* An App that Could Stop Traffic >>
* Record-setting electric airplane exceeds 200-mph (w/ Video) >>
* Scalable device for quantum information processing >>

* Japanese robot bar tempts customers with creepy ‘fem-bots’ – controlled by actual women >>
* Robot Trashcan Catches Your Trash >>
* Brain Sees Men as Whole, Women as Parts >>

* Female Space Robot Learns to Move Like a Human >>
* View from the ISS at Night, by Knate Myers >>
* Cell regeneration method may have potential for bone and other tissue in the body >>

* Video of the Day: Smooching robot sends virtual kisses >>
* Nanobot Could Cure Diseases: DNews Nuggets >>
* Macgyvered glasses translate languages into subtitles on the fly >>

* Video: How Mars Rover Curiosity Will Search for the Ingredients of Life >>
* Artifical mother of pearl follows nature’s recipe >>
* A Sliver of Human Brain in a Chip, and Other Organ Simulators >>

* Software Detects Motion that the Human Eye Can’t See >>
* Human Stem Cells Found to Restore Memory >>
* Camitool automatic touch-free toilet paper dispenser >>

* Connected cars open up to apps and the cloud >>
* Transparent solar cells for windows that generate electricity >>
* The Singularity Is Near movie available today >>

* Virtual germ created on computer for first time >>
* Lightning Captured at 7,207 Images per Second <br> >>
* Printed photonic crystal mirrors shrink on-chip lasers down to size >>
* Where you look predicts what you’re going to say >>

* Researchers Trying to Give First Supersonic Biplane Some Lift >>
* Artificial Jellyfish Built from Rat Cells >>
* Scientists Read Monkeys’ Minds, See What They’re Planning to Do Before They Do it >>

* Sequenced for the First Time: the Genome of Human Sperm >>
* Hypersonic inflatable heat shield successfully tested >>
* sorry been out of action for a couple of days .. will attempt to resume as normal..

* The lab that lets you experiment from home >>
* ‘You, Robot’: personal robots for the masses >>
* The artificial finger >>

* Scientists Try to Crack Monsoon Source Code >>
* A wrinkle in space-time >>
* How to Resurrect a Mammoth Protein [Interactive] >>

* For the First Time, X-Ray Video Looks Inside Live Working Batteries >>
* : Researchers produce first complete computer model of an organism >>
* Research for Making Engine Sounds Pleasant >>

* 43 years later, we’re seven minutes away from a second giant leap forward. >>
* Nanoscale scaffolds and stem cells show promise in cartilage repair >>
* Robot swarms aim to bring buildings to life >>

* ‘Emotional’ Android Shows New Face of Robotics >>
* Riding Along With the Mars Rover Drivers >>
* Video: Kissenger Kissing Robot Transmits Your Signature Smooch >>

* 10 Things We Want From a New Star Trek TV Show [Daily 10] >>
* Skydiver Baumgartner Takes Test Jump from 30 kilometers >>

* CultureLab: Can the planet survive 10 billion people? >>
* Researchers control reactions between just two atoms >>

* What Are You Doing with Your Raspberry Pi? >>
* Cubify Invent: affordable design tool created just for 3D printing >>
* Roboray Uses Bioengineering to Conquer the Deep >>

* Researchers developing “chemputer” that prints drugs >>
* On the Internet, Porn Has Seasons, Too >>
* Reverse-Engineered Irises Fool Eye-Scanners >>

* This Jellyfish is Made from Rat Cells [VIDEO] >>
* A far-off solar system >>
* Google Glass Will Have Automatic Picture-Taking Mode >>

* Google opens code for building interactive experiences in physical spaces >>
* Why Is Everyone on the Internet So Angry? >>
* How ‘Mantabot’ Robot Fish Could Help Navy Missions >>

* Russia Is Stockpiling Drones to Spy on Street Protests >>
* Gorgeous video shows Earth’s night sky as seen from the ISS >>
* Canada Unveils its Contributions to the JWST >>

* Printed photonic crystal mirrors shrink on-chip lasers >>
* Nanoscale ion microtrap array for quantum information processing >>
* Boosting new memories with wakeful resting >>

* Imaging The Quantum Motion of Electrons Using Light >>
* Europe Takes The Lead Toward Approval Of First Gene Therapy Drug >>
* New start date and first contestant for Genomics X PRIZE >>

* With Orbiter Glitch Repaired, Mars Rover Curiosity Landing Will Now Be Broadcast Live >>
* Video: Japanese Trashcan Bot Frantically Drives Around to Catch Your Tossed Litter >>
* Our Brains See Men as Whole and Women as Parts >>

* Buckyballs Magnets Have Been Banned by the Feds [Buckyballs] >>
* Macgyvered glasses translate languages into subtitles on the fly >>
* Passing Through – A Beautiful Iceland Timelapse >>

* Will Curiosity Look for Life on Mars? Not Exactly… >>
* DNA race to unlock ageing secrets >>
* Software detects motion that the human eye can’t see >>

* A Single Brain Structure May Give Winners That Extra Physical Edge >>

* Strobe-goggle catch boosts memory >>
* ‘Control-Alt-Hack’ game lets players try their hand at computer security >>

* US poverty on track to reach highest since 1960s >>
* Fiber scans show path for deep brain surgery >>
* First manned FanWing aircraft planned for 2013 >>

* “LEGO for the iPad generation” gets funding >>
* 3D printing technology could let you print your pharmaceuticals at home [Chemistry] >>
* Video: The Journeys of Apollo >>

* A Space-Time Crystal to Outlive the Universe >>
* Brazilian Band Soars to New Heights with a NASA-Inspired Video >>
* An Orbital Adagio: Nighttime Views from the ISS >>

* One does not simply “believe” in Dark Energy… >>
* In Warehouses, Kiva’s Robots Do the Heavy Lifting >>
* KDDI “Smart TV Box” Cable TV STB runs Android 4.0 >>

* The Eagle Rises >>
* The Next Wave of Factory Robots >>
* Artificial jellyfish helps reverse-engineer muscular organs like the heart >>

* Lab-engineered muscle implants restore function in animal studies >>
* Can anyone catch Khan Academy? The fate of the U in the YouTube era >>
* Radiation damage bigger problem in microelectronics than previously thought >>

* World’s first violet nonpolar vertical-cavity laser technology created >>
* Video: Jellyfish Made From Silicone and Rat’s Heart Cells Swims and Beats Like a Heart >>
* Laser technology developed to fight cancer >>

* Micro-drones: The new face of cutting-edge warfare >>
* Kim Dotcom Is Too Much Man for Cheap Lawn Furniture [Hackers] >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 July 2012

* Kissing device lets you send a long-distance smooch >>
* Bathing Unit with 300-micron Particle Mist Shower >>

* Hand-skeleton recognition in depth images >>
* NASA to Test Inflatable Re-Entry Vehicle at Hypersonic Speeds >>

* Web Lab: the magic of the Internet, brought to life >>
* Job One For Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer: The Vision Thing >>
* NASA’s Next Big Rover to Hunt for Water on the Moon >>

* Mouse with human immune system may revolutionize HIV vaccine research >>
* YouTube Launches Face Blurring Tool to Keep Protesters Anonymous >>
* Thiel tells Schmidt: ‘Google is out of ideas’ >>

* Artificial intelligence to sniff out bankers’ scams >>
* The laser-powered bionic eye that gives 576-pixel grayscale vision to the blind >>
* Elon Musk bets half of all cars built in 2032 will be electric >>

* Rise of the machines >>
* How To Build An Atomtronic Logic Gate >>
* Physical inactivity kills as many people as smoking >>

* Punishment motivated by fairness, not revenge >>
* Does Thinking Really Hard Burn More Calories? >>
* Modular System Quickly Converts Container Ships to Drone-Powered Humanitarian Aid Stations >>

* FDA Approves First Drug to Prevent HIV Infection >>
* Nanomedicine: Bringing brighter light into living bodies >>
* Scientists discover exoplanet neighbor smaller than Earth >>

* Drones deliver fresh batteries to Long Duration Electric Plane >>
* Astrophile: Shapely galaxy is ahead of the curve >>
* By Linking Telescopes, Astronomers Make the Sharpest-Ever Observation of a Distant Object >>

* How Google Is Becoming an Extension of Your Mind >>
* The Avatar Economy >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 July 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 July 2012

* Nanoparticle Completely Eradicates Hepatitis C Virus >>
* Could a robot gorilla be more useful than a humanoid one? [Robotics] >>
* Northern Lights Over Michigan – Stunning Time-lapse Video >>
* A Texas Hold ‘Em Tournament for AIs >>

* NASA Launching High-Tech Inflatable Heat Shield Test Saturday >>
* Video: NASA is Testing a Water Prospecting Lunar Rover to Scout Future Moon Mission Destinations >>
* Screen Yourself for Skin Cancer at Home With Your Phone’s Camera >>

* Haptic Glove Gives You Force-Feedback Piano Lessons >>
* IBM Supercomputer Simulates Common Cold Virus >>
* Nanolipogel delivers multiple cancer treatments to boost survival rates >>

* NASA Mars Rovers for 2018 to 2020 will have larger parachute and atomic clocks >>
* Successful prototype of 10kW high efficiency rectenna for wireless power for electric trucks >>
* Mayo Clinic creates tool to track real-time chemical changes in brain >>

* A memristor true random-number generator >>
* Loitering airships could dispense drones on demand >>
* Orbiter Glitch Means NASA Might Not Hear Landing Signal from Mars Rover Curiosity >>

* Vacuum to Antimatter-Rocket Interstellar Explorer System (VARIES): >>
* Toddler Robot with Realistic Facial Expressions >>
* NASA builds menu for planned Mars mission in 2030s >>

* Engineering mosquito gut bacteria to fight malaria >>
* Detecting Exoplanet Oceans >>

* G.A.U.N.T.L.E.T. trades in keyboard and touchscreen typing for sweaty hands (video) >>
* Five-Sigma What’s That? >>
* Two biological risk factors for schizophrenia linked >>

* DigitalSmiths Improves The Hunt For Great Video Content (Behind The Scenes) >>
* Concept laser starship turns quantum vacuum into antimatter fuel >>
* Google patents Project Glass motion-based theft detection, locks up if it feels ‘unnatural’ movement >>

* The Future Is Ours Video Inspires Hope In Technology And Human Progress >>
* The Seven Minutes of Terror –All Systems “Go” for NASA’s August 5th Landing on Mars >>
* Physicians don’t adequately monitor patients’ medication adherence, study finds >>

* Constructing next-generation space habitat demonstrators >>
* World record: Lightest material in the world produced >>
* University of Saskatchewan researchers discover cannabis ‘pharma factory’ >>

* The Meaning of Life; According to Venter >>
* Self assembly of functionalized rectangular nanostructures >>
* New Crew Welcomed Aboard the Space Station >>

* The Cone Nebula (NGC 2264) >>
* Inflatable Heat Shield Set For Test Flight | Video >>
* Kinect hack turns body movements into the ultimate music mixer >>

* Views of the Northern Lights don’t get much better than this [Space] >>
* Is the life of an astronaut worth $28 billion? >>
* 10 Limits to Human Perception … and How They Shape Your World [Daily 10] >>

* Once Upon A Time Season 2 trailer reveals a new big bad! [Video] >>
* Faster than a Plane or Train: ‘Hyperloop’ Transportation >>
* The electric atmosphere: Plasma is next NASA science target >>

* CosmoQuest Offering Online Astronomy Course >>
* Electric plane performs taxi tests as prelude to transatlantic attempt (video) >>
* 3D, light-trapping solar cells successfully fabricated by Solar3D >>

* Maker Camp on Google+, Day 1: Rockets >>
* 7 Evolutionary Leftovers in the Human Body >>
* New Total Recall clip shows the robotic police force in action [Video] >>

* CosmoQuest Offering Online Astronomy Course >>
* How dolphins may use a mathematical trick to find fish >>
* Tech lets you run a smart home remotely >>

* Sea moss compound flushes out latent HIV >>
* Frog calls inspire a new algorithm for wireless networks >>
* Brain directs ‘flexible’ visual searching >>

* Wish List: Best Proposed Robotic Missions to Other Planets >>
* Shimmering Aurora Australis Timelapse >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 July 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 July 2012

* Quadcoptors flying in formation using motion capture >>
* Microsoft Takes the Wraps Off Office 15: Watch Live >>
* High Security Handcuffs Opened With 3D-Printed and Laser-Cut Keys >>

* This Day in History: Launch of Apollo 11 >>
* Your Laptop Can Now Analyze Big Data >>

* Google Ideas: joining the fight against drug cartels and other illicit networks >>
* Video: How to Destroy a Building with Light >>
* ‘Near perfect’ amp may grab space signals >>

* Nanogel hits cancer with one-two punch >>
* Podcast: Mass >>
* Bio-Retina Implant Could Give Laser-Powered Sight to the Blind >>

* A magnetic monster’s dual personality >>
* ‘Nanorobot’ can be programmed to target different diseases >>
* Fighting Malaria Inside a Mosquito’s Guts >>

* Bio-Retina Implant Could Give Laser-Powered Sight to the Blind >>
* Self-Compassion Fosters Mental Health >>
* Fifth Moon Discovered Orbiting Pluto <br> >>

* Turning skin cells into brain cells helps understand degeneration in Huntington’s disease >>
* How To Steer Sound Using Light >>
* Did NASA Find a New Kind of Super-Powerful Cosmic Blast? >>

* MIT’s Smart Automotive Co-Pilot Secretly Helps You Drive Better >>
* Kinect keeps your body-mounted projector steady >>
* Human eye inspires clog-free ink jet printer >>

* China will start to build the ACP100 Pressure Water Nuclear Reactor in 2013 >>
* Chongqing pushes for a 100 Petaflop supercomputer >>
* Powerful Lasers Could Be Fired Into the Clouds to Make It Rain >>

* Recharged in Midair By Flying Battery-Drones, Electric Aircraft May Never Have to Land >>
* Land Your Very Own Curiosity Mars Rover Via Kinect >>
* Video: Camera Uses Ultra-Fast Mirrors to Perfectly Track a Ping-Pong Ball in Play >>

* New Recce 3D map app offers location-based services and games, Sim City possibilities abound >>
* The Amazing Digital Gloves That Give Voice To The Voiceless >>
* Cheap DNA Sequencing: What’s in it for You? >>

* US Navy deploys SeaFox submarines to Persian Gulf for universal mine control >>
* NZ judge in Kim Dotcom case calls US “the enemy” on IP policy >>
* ‘There Are Robots All Around You These Days.’ >>

* YouTube now major news platform – study >>
* Warning: If You Break Up With Someone In A Public Place, It Will Probably Be Tweeted >>
* Marc Andreessen On Marissa Mayer Joining Yahoo: ‘It’s Great For The Valley’ >>

* G.A.U.N.T.L.E.T. trades in keyboard and touchscreen typing for sweaty hands (video) >>
* Vacuum to Antimatter-Rocket Interstellar Explorer System (VARIES) >>
* Autonomous robot maps ship hulls for mines >>

* Marissa Mayer: The First Ever Pregnant CEO Of A Fortune 500 Tech Company? >>
* Google starts ‘searching’ for the world’s most wanted criminals >>
* Welcome to the Hybrid Age >>

* Did NASA Find a New Kind of Super-Powerful Cosmic Blast? >>
* Why Physics Ends the Free Will Debate >>
* The Presidents Guide To Science >>

* Lessons learned from MITx’s prototype course >>
* Artificial football manager hoping to top the fantasy football league >>
* Viewpoint: Not Every Exit is an Entrance >>

* Viewpoint: The Choreographer of a Most Unusual Electron Dance >>
* Human eye inspires clog-free ink jet printer invented by MU researcher >>
* What It’s Like to Be an Astronaut: Amazing Videos of the View From Space >>

* Facebook buys mobile gadget-focused Spool >>
* Better Bandaging >>
* Curved 160-inch TV screen completely fills your peripheral vision >>

* Rethinking cancer treatment: 9 great talks, plus 1 book >>
* Curved 160-inch TV screen completely fills your peripheral vision >>
* Could geoengineering stop heat waves? >>

* Spintronic organic LED: brighter, cheaper, environment-friendlier >>
* Brain power shortage: Applying new rules is mentally taxing and costly >>
* Superfast mirrors track a ping-pong ball in flight >>

* Asteroid Mining Takes A Giant Leap Forward –“Launches New Space Era” >>
* “Evidence of Alien Life Expected Within 21st Century” –Leading Astrophysicist >>
* NASA’s car-sized rover nears daring landing on Mars >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 July 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 16 July 2012

* Imagining tomorrow’s computers today >>
* Charting the next-generation Digital Earth >>
* France’s ANDRA developing a million-year hard drive >>

* Technology, Love and Connection >>
* An ‘intelligent co-pilot’ for cars >>
* Existential Threats >>
* Next Up For Robotic Automation: Serving Pizza Untouched By Human Hands >>

* Designer enzymes: Learning to rival nature’s wizardry >>
* What it’s like to ride an inflatable robot >>
* Kickstarter Project: Bring Ancient Artillery Into Your Office [VIDEO] >>

* How Will The Web Monetize In 2020? >>
* This Robot Can Express Frighteningly Human Emotions [VIDEO] >>
* #MEMS: “Gravity Sensors to be Self-Calibrating” >>

* Consumer product giants’ eye-trackers size up shoppers >>
* Quantum entanglement with notification >>
* Is life really that complex? Hannah Fry – TEDxUCL >>

* Airbus designer hopes to see planes roll out of hanger-sized 3D printers by 2050 >>
* Psychopaths can feel empathy on demand >>

* Startup Uses a Smartphone Compass to Track People Indoors >>
* Geology >>
* A Stunning Video That Reminds Us All to Dream of the Stars [Video] >>

* Earth’s magnetic field just might be gearing up for a reversal [Geology] >>
* Orion Nebula: The Hubble View <br> >>
* Abusing Copyright To Stifle Dissent & Censor Critics >>

* Migrant Workers in China Face Competition from Robots >>
* World’s first single-atom photo >>
* We Need To Stop Developing These Creepy Pole Climbing Robot Snakes Immediately [Video] >>

* 175-Degree Display Fills Your Entire Vision With Gaming Goodness [Video] >>
* Current Portfolio works >>

* Futureseek Weekly Review; 10-15 July 2012 >>

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Futureseek Weekly Review; 10-15 July 2012

* Sandia’s SpinDx Aims to Bring Hospital Diagnostic Lab to Doctor’s Tabletop (video) >>
* Browser-controlled robot lets you skip stones remotely, mentally escape the concrete jungle >>
* Researchers use off-the-shelf parts to let you write emails with your eyes (video) >>

* Video: Darpa’s ‘Wall-of-Sound’ Fire Extinguisher >>
* Nanoparticles Deliver Gene Therapy through the Skin >>
* NASA readies X-48C blended wing demonstrator for first flight >>

* Physicists Propose Building a Crystal of Space-Time >>
* Nanoparticles Deliver Gene Therapy through the Skin >>
* NASA readies X-48C blended wing demonstrator for first flight >>

* National Ignition Facility Cranks Laser Up to Record 500 Trillion Watts >>
* [Video] Sexting, Censorship & Surface-to-Air Missiles >>
* Marijuana Reveals Memory Mechanism >>

* When machines do your job >>
* Researcher details method for teaching computers to win at board games through short training videos >>
* Design for a Long Duration, Deep Space Mission Habitat >>

* 4,000 mph Vactrain zips from New York to London in under one hour >>
* Video: A Robot With More Lifelike Facial Expressions Tries to Escape the Uncanny Valley >>
* Brain scans detect signs of autism by six months >>

* Dark matter scaffolding of universe detected for first time >>
* New Telescope Optics Can Directly View Exoplanets By Hiding Interfering Starlight >>
* Video: Mapping Inside Buildings By Tracking Earth’s Magnetic Field >>

* The Internet of things is coming to a grocery store near you >>
* Levitating Light With Wireless Power Transfer >>
* Supermarkets Use Retina Trackers To Monitor Your Shopping Choices >>

* New simulation is as close to traveling through space as it gets [Video] >>
* EEG headware probes your neurons, shows interrogators your cranial contact list >>
* High Tech Tools to Keep Surgeons on Top of Their Game >>

* Computer turns into boardgame master of all it surveys >>
* Pentagon’s Mega Stun Gun Could Blast You Unconscious >>
* Laser-Fueled Drones May Never Have to Land [Planes] >>

* Solar system ice: Source of Earth’s water >>
* National Ignition Facility Cranks Laser Up to Record 500 Trillion Watts >>
* NASA’s 3D augmented-reality app for exploring robotic space travel >>

* Airbus designer reveals plans for 3D printed planes by 2050 >>
* Metamolecules that switch handedness at light-speed >>
* Scientists Find Molecule That Will Make Your Teeth Cavityproof >>

* Artificial cerebellum enables human-like object handling by robots >>
* Mind-reading helmet could help interrogators distinguish friend from foe – @io9 >>
* Police pull over and stop Google driverless car in Washington, D.C >>

* Browser-controlled robot lets you skip stones remotely, mentally escape the concrete jungle >>
* Sandia’s SpinDx Aims to Bring Hospital Diagnostic Lab to Doctor’s Tabletop (video) >>
* Nanoparticles Deliver Gene Therapy through the Skin >>

* Know Thyself, with a Brain Scanner >>

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