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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 Aug 2012

* Haier celebrates IFA with ultra high def 3D, transparent and eye-controlled TVs >>
* Japan toilet maker unveils ‘poop-powered’ motorbike >>
* Gamera II hits new high with unofficial human-powered helicopter altitude record (video) >>

* Japanese spacecraft to search for clues of Earth’s first life >>
* Living tissue is laced with electronic sensors >>
* WISE survey uncovers millions of black holes >>

* Curiosity rover begins (400 meters) eastbound trek on martian surface >>
* Calorie Restriction Fails to Lengthen Lifespan in Primates >>
* NASA funds concept aircraft that rotates 90 degrees to go supersonic >>

* Consciousness as the key to our mental traits >>
* Samsung Unpacked at IFA 2012: watch it online now http://engt.co/NXVpeO

* SpiderFab: NASA’s plan to construct huge space telescopes in orbit >>
* Intel adding wireless power sharing for smartphones and laptops >>
* New Tests Could Divine a Baby’s Genome Before Birth >>

* Turing machine gives order to chaotic Penrose universe >>
* Found in Orbit Around a Young Sunlike Star: Sugar >>
* Lubricated nanoparticles penetrate the brain >>

* FYI: How Long Can a Brain Live in a Dish? >>
* New technique could mean super thin, strong graphene-based circuits >>
* Google’s Social Network Goes Pro >>

* Apple: You’d want hi-fi streamage from us, not poor-people Wi-Fi audio >>
* The Robot Greeters, Cardless ATMs, Touchscreen Transactions, Bank Of The Future >>
* When Will The Smartphone Really Replace Your Wallet? >>

* Ant behaviour tracked by tiny radio receivers >>
* Orbeus Trains Machines To Recognize Faces, Emotions, Broccoli >>
* Body Scans Junked? DHS, Darpa Look for New Airport Sensors >>

* Hurricane Isaac Captured in Eerily Beautiful Images from Orbit >>
* Photo of the Day: NASA Tests Gigantic Parachutes for the Next Manned Space Capsule >>
* Orlando’s Orwellian Cameras Bust Guy Smoking and Eating Weed on a Corner >>

* Anti-Pirates Caught Spying on Thousands of Torrents >>
* The Underground Tunnel Where the Laws of Physics Are Rewritten >>
* Flat lens offers a perfect image >>

* The U.S. Air Force is Officially Seeking Cyber Weapons >>
* IBM Is Bringing Its Mega-Intelligence Watson to Your Smartphone >>
* Tech Billionaire Milner Aims to Accelerate Progress by Bankrolling Science >>

* Scientists map first steps in flu antibody development >>
* Singularity Summit 2012 Is Coming To San Francisco October 13-14 >>
* How Our Networks Have Come Under More Surveillance Than Ever >>

* Found in Orbit Around a Young Sunlike Star: Sugar >>
* Samsung Brings the Galaxy S III to Windows Phone >>
* Math ability requires crosstalk in the brain >>

* A Dark Earth with a Red Sprite >>
* A year on the ISS: Good for tourists – and science >>
* Coming Soon: Artificial Limbs Controlled by Thoughts >>

* Visual programming means anyone can be a coder >>
* New cancer drug is ten times more potent >>
* Big Hint that Eating a Lot Less Won’t Let You Live Longer >>

* This microscopic 3-D pattern was “painted” using a laser beam >>
* Will CAPTCHA-breaking bots soon make it impossible to prove we’re human? >>
* Li-Fi: 10 ways visible-spectrum wireless will make your life better >>
* Excellent Idea of the Day: Solar Toilet >>

* Internet Addiction Tied to Gene Mutation >>
* Artificial proteins: Team predicts structures >>
* Watch Live: Curiosity Scientist Discusses Possibility of Life on Mars >>

* How genes ‘network’ to grow an embryo >>
* Building ultralow power wireless networks >>
* Scientist at Work: Separating the Dinosaurians From the Crocodilians >>

* Atomic Clusters of gold nanoparticles could lead to 3D real time telepresence >>
* Why Do We Dream >>
* Christopher Ryan: Origins of Human Sexuality (Intro and Lecture) >>

* Researchers open door to electronics made from single layers of atoms >>
* Netgear Savvy N750 Premium Edition router, powerline and WiFi adapters >>
* Russia Wants a Hypersonic Bomber >>

* New Microsoft Research Project Relates to Next-Gen 3D Gaming >>
* Human evolutionary mysteries >>
* An Internet of You: Bringing Sensors Out of the Clinic into Our Lives >>

* How Do We Care For Future People? Reproductive Ethics (Part 2) >>
* The Universe in a Nutshell >>
* HoverTech HoverJack >>

* arXiv Reasons Not to Believe in the String Theory Landscape >>
* “Real-life Tricorder” To Be Tested On International Space Station >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 Aug 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 Aug 2012

* Forensic Test Predicts Eye and Hair Color From DNA >>
* Stem cells prodded toward turning into sperm >>
* Simple test may predict alcoholism >>

* 3-D Printer Hack Produces Eye-Popping Color >>
* Scanning Your Home With Kinect Could Improve 3-D Robot Vision >>
* Federal Robotics Initiative Gives $1 Million to Make Brain-Controlled Exoskeletons >>

* New Method Found for Reading Your Body’s Clock >>
* Artificial Universe Similar to Ours Built with Supercomputer >>
* One third less life on planet Earth >>

* Artificial Intelligence Will Defeat CAPTCHA — How Will We Prove We’re Human Then? >>
* Water Powered Nano Rockets Can Safely Explore the Human Body >>
* Space-warping white dwarfs produce gravitational waves >>

* 3-D Printing Revolution Stymied For Now by High Prices >>
* Singapore develops onchip antenna for 135 GHz WiFi can support 20 Gigabits per sec >>
* AIDS Virus Could Be Harnessed to Fight Cancer >>

* Gene that predicts happiness in women discovered >>
* Apple’s victory opens gestures up to the patent wars >>
* Most mutations come from dad >>

* Racing car designed purely by 3D printing can go from 0 to 60mph in 4 seconds >>
* BPS Research Digest: Psychologists create non-believed memories in the laboratory >>
* Curiosity transmits first human voice from another planet >>

* IBM creating pocket-sized Watson in $16 billion sales push >>
* Emerging Big Future from now through 2015 >>
* IBM Watson 2.0 for your smartphone and tablet for mobile assistance and analystics >>

* I.B.M. Mainframe Evolves to Serve the Digital World >>
* ‘Substitutional reality’ system plays head games to explore delusions >>
* Automatic motion tracking home security camera helps keep your pets safe >>

* $2 million camera lens comes with a Mercedes to use as a case >>
* Feast your eyes on Curiosity’s latest photos of Mars >>
* Smartphone spectrometer is almost the tricorder of your dreams >>

* As Hurricanes Approach, the Robotic Storm Chasers of the Future Are Ready >>
* Colorful Clouds Near Rho Ophiuchi >>
* Armstrong On Moon – On TV >>

* World’s Largest Digital Camera Will Shoot the Stars 3.2 Gigapixels at a Time >>
* Next Gen To Bring Thousands of Singularity Related Books To Students >>
* Why Humans Give Birth to Helpless Babies >>

* Most People Say They Are Safe Drivers, Want New Auto Assist Tech Anyway >>
* Sandia Robotic Hand (Video) >>
* Combined Optical Techniques Probe Graphene Semiconductors >>

* Liftport turns to Kickstarter for space elevator experiment (video) >>
* Space Elevator Economics not that compelling and many hurdles beyond material >>
* Unlike Earth Space elevators, Lunar elevators look feasible and economic >>

* Why are there so many species of beetles and so few crocodiles? >>
* Magnetic vortex reveals key to spintronic speed limit >>
* 9 talks on the wonderful world of water >>

* This Android Robot Is Controlled by Your Phone [VIDEO] >>
* A new look at proteins in living cells >>
* More than half of all handsets will be smartphones in 2013 >>

* Hacking the mind: 3 new brain hacks expose new realm of security & privacy risks >>
* People can solve much more complex problems online…. >>
* Light skin may not mean more cancer >>

* Next Gen To Bring Thousands of Singularity Related Books To Students >>
* Drought So Bad Salt Water Is Flowing Up Mississippi, Threatening Water Supply >>
* Most People Say They Are Safe Drivers, Want New Auto Assist Tech Anyway >>

* Scientists Are One Step Closer to an Addiction-Proof Painkiller >>
* Scientists figure out how to make you learn while you sleep. >>
* Will Robots Someday Replace Surgeons? >>

* The Truth about Space Travel is Stranger than Fiction >>

* Sphero gets upgrade new apps, Augmented Reality Engine (video) >>
* Next-Generation Display Technologies >>
* Disposable Electronics >>

* Apple awarded patent for geo-fencing profile changes to stop you texting in the theater >>
* Design A New Foot If The Shoe Does Not Fit: Laser Sintering a Prosthetic Leg >>
* How to Find an Alien Civilization >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 Aug 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 Aug 2012

* Wireless Sensor Tags Help You Keep Track of Your Stuff >>
* My TEDx Talk: Problem-Solving and Adaptation in a Digital World >>
* Robot made from paper (video) >>

* Walk on the Moon with Neil Armstrong in a Beautiful Interactive Panorama >>
* A New Species of Type Ia Supernova? >>
* 3D Printing Is A Game Changer: [Sponsored Post] >>

* Biocompatible Transistors Wired Into Living Human Tissue >>
* Artificial Intelligence Predicts and Combats Crop-Destroying Fruit Flies >>
* Lunar Space Elevator Kickstarter is over $16,000 and could get to $50,000 for 5 kilometer climbing experiment >>

* Swarms of Scottish Robots Will Find and Heal Damaged Coral >>
* How to Steal Personal Data From Someone’s Brain, Using a $300 Off-the-Shelf Brain Scanner >>
* Google Nexus 7 overclocked to 2GHz >>

* Cyborg Tissue Monitors Cells >>
* Securing Your Voice >>
* Slow Drug Release From Cellular Automaton Pills >>

* “We could put the whole world’s knowledge in 4 grams of DNA” >>
* Sky-high parking in your lounge >>
* Cooking simulator will help you cook a perfect steak every time >>

* How Long Do You Want to Live? >>
* After trauma, nano-drug fights blood toxins >>
* New satellite has begun taking the Earth’s temperature >>

* Curiosity Sends Back Incredible Hi-Res Views of Mt. Sharp >>
* The Complex Puzzle Of When to Start HIV Treatment >>
* Nanowire Mesh Links Cells and Electronics >>

* Campaigners slam pill which lets you drink five pints of beer and still pass a breathalyser test >>
* How to Build a Planet: Heavy Metals Are Key Ingredients >>
* The Freaky Physics of Falling Slinkies, in Super Slow Motion >>

* Students Build a Hydrogen-Fuel-Cell-Powered Locomotive >>
* Is Life Better at 48 Frames Per Second? [VIDEO] >>
* One Astrobiologist’s Plan to Save the Search for Alien Life >>

* ‘Nanobridge’ weighs molecules one by one >>
* Viewpoint: Spin-Orbit Coupling Comes in From the Cold >>
* Viewpoint: Getting into a Proper Jam >>

* Does NASA’s Curiosity Rover Have the Smarts to Find Life on Mars? >>
* Nanowires Jolt Race for a Lab-Grown Heart >>
* Harvard Scientists Create Cyborg Tissue That Merges The Biologic And Electronic >>
* Eight things you didn’t know you could do with human sperm >>

* U.S. spies summon Star Wars for 3D hologram displays [Video] >>
* Will food shortages force us to become vegetarians? [Agriculture] >>
* Virtual Star Party – Neil Armstrong Edition >>

* The “Paradoxymoron” 3D painting by Patrick Hughes >>
* Now on Kickstarter: The First Steps Toward a Lunar Space Elevator >>
* Self-awareness in humans is more complex, diffuse than previously thought >>

* Laser beam as a ‘3-D painter’ to grow biological tissue or to create micro sensors >>
* Harvard researchers grow cyborg tissues with embedded nanoelectronics >>
* Curiosity on Mars: Mt. Sharp in View >>

* Guns in Space, and How to Kill Our Sun [Video] >>
* How To Make an Electricity-Free Refrigerator [Homemod] >>
* The Only Photo of Neil Armstrong On the Moon [Space] >>

* Controlling superconductors with light >>
* Paper-Thin, Distortion-Free Lenses Could Make Pint-Sized Pro Cameras Possible >>
* Missile-Launching Flying RC Car Leads Assaults By Land and Air [Video] >>
* Theory on human gestation refuted: Mother’s metabolism, not birth canal size, limits gestation >>

* Video – Neal Stephenson on Optimism >>
* With Rise of Gene Sequencing, Ethical Puzzles >>
* The Neuroscience of Creativity and Insight >>

* The Pirate Bay Launches Free VPN >>
* This Tokyo Restaurant Features Huge Female Robots [VIDEO] >>
* A Selection from the Singularity Institute’s Bookshelf >>

* Did Apple Just Lose the Chinese Market? >>
* University of Victoria’s Mano underwater robot to prowl Arctic waters for legendary ships >>
* Micromotors Race About By Turning Water Into Hydrogen Gas >>
* What It Takes To Become An Expert At Anything (10,000 Hours) >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 Aug 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 Aug 2012

* A (Mostly) 3-D Printed Race Car Hits 140 Km/h >>
* A robot as cheap, easy-to-use, and safe as an iPhone >>
* Smart sutures with sensors for wounds >>
* Cooking simulator will help you cook a perfect steak every time >>

* Mexico dog gets new artificial legs >>
* ‘iPad mini’ coming in October >>
* New Wireless Sensor Can “Predict the Future” for Fall-Risk Patients >>
* Dense-Array Electroencephalography Gives a New View into Epilepsy >>

* Simplifying genetic codes to look back in time >>
* Your Smartphone Is Worth Over $1,000 in Traditional Gadgets >>
* Ants Have Been Using Internet Algorithms For Millions of Years >>

* Is DNA the future of large scale digital storage >>
* Video: New Information Storage in DNA By R. ALAN LEO >>
* What If the Earth Were Hollow? [Video] >>

* Adapteva chip has 50 gigaflops per watt >>
* Tiny RNA fragments control bacterial infections >>
* The Cat’s Eye Nebula >>

* NASA to launch mini lab, test for cancer and disease in space >>
* The Next Battle for Internet Freedom Could Be Over 3D Printing >>
* Harvard makes distortion-free lens from gold and silicon, aims for perfect image >>

* Self-charging power cell stores energy >>
* Focus: How to Manipulate Nanoparticles with Lasers >>
* Transformed Cities and self driving cars will be here sooner than you expect >>

* NASA’s Tiny Cubic Satellites Will Have Android Phones for Brains [Space] >>
* Rocks remember, and so do we >>
* Tributes to the first man to walk on the moon >>

* New model gives hands-on help for learning the secrets of molecules >>
* Scientists have figured out how to vaporize the Earth >>
* Super Hi-Vision 8K TV standard approved >>

* Folding (synthesizing) artificial proteins >>
* A ‘Google’ for chemistry invents best path to new compounds in seconds >>
* Vicarious announces $15 million funding for AI software based on the brain >>

* Where will we all be in 100 billion years? >>
* Joining ‘unjoinable’ materials: New polymer linking technology based on nano crystals >>
* DNA could have existed long before life itself >>

* Physicists search for hidden magnetic states >>
* Virtual reality lets amputees train with a prosthesis >>
* Scientists discover how brain encodes vowel pronunciation >>

* Scientists investigate using artificial intelligence for next-generation traffic control >>
* Rapid-scanning microscope with no loss of quality >>
* Lunar Space Elevator Kickstart for 2020 target >>

* Mars surface data: ChemCam laser first analyses yield beautiful results >>
* Are Memes & Internet Culture Creating a Singularity? >>
* Top 10 Reasons We Should Fear The Singularity >>
* The End Is Not The End >>

* Why The Apple vs Samsung Verdict Is A Big Mistake >>
* Who is worse? Those who think progress will be easy? Or those who deny progress? >>
* Rapid Population Growth: Past Benefits, Today’s Problems, Bold Solutions >>

* Weekly Roundup 183: A Curated Linkfest For The Smartest People On The Web! >>
* Can Artificial Intelligence Detect Crime Before It Happens? >>
* How augmented reality will change the way we live >>
* This Smart Hub Helps Manage Your Home and Office From Anywhere >>

* Micro- and nanomotors powered by water as the sole fuel source (w/video) >>
* SETI: Starship Radiation Signatures >>
* To Detect a Starship >>

* The Infovizzy Social Layer >>
* Exotic Detections: Wormholes and Worldships >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 Aug 2012

* Startup brings broadband Internet to everyone, everywhere >>
* Why NASA Intentionally Put Large Holes In Curiosity’s Wheels >>
* Forget iPhones, Free Food, Story Illustrates Real Change Marissa Mayer Brings Yahoo >>

* ‘Brush’ offers clues to fighting lung disease >>
* Found: Two ‘Exact Matches’ to the Milky Way Galaxy >>
* Live2D – Interactive 3D animation of 2D images >>

* Self-driving cars in 2019, report says >>
* Genome sequencing used to control hospital infection >>
* How synthetic biology will change the world >>

* Video: Inside NASA’s Spectacular Undersea Mission to Save Earth from a Deadly Collision >>
* Beyond Concorde: The next generation of supersonic flight >>
* This Is the Closest Look We’ve Ever Gotten at a Neuron’s Moving Parts [Video] >>

* Exclusive: 21 Proposals For A Better Future From Singularity U’s 2012 Class >>
* Would You Ever Let a Doctor Touch Your Breast With This Weird Glove? [Video] >>

* 150 years of tropical storms mapped in a image (+graphic) >>
* What Are The Radiation Belts? >>
* From China, a full-size car that’s controllable by remote >>

* Nanoparticles reboot blood flow in brain >>
* Robot learns to recognise itself in mirror >>
* Language, emotion and well-being explored >>

* Human melanoma stem cells identified >>
* Singularity U Launches 2012 Class: Bring On The Future! >>
* The Future of Electronics is Just One Single Molecule Thick >>

* This Is the Closest Look We’ve Ever Gotten at a Neuron’s Moving Parts [Video] >>
* A Blueprint to Let Anyone 3-D Print an Open-Source Gun At Home >>
* Scientists Clear Path to the Fountain of Eternal Youth [Science] >>

* NASA’s Twin Radiation Belt Probes Launch for the Most Hostile Regions in Nearby Space >>
* MIT researchers produce complex electronic circuits from molybdenum disulfide >>
* Alcohol may boost risk of cancer for Asians >>

* Eliminating transmission power loss, a major power-grid solution >>
* Neural stem cells part of experimental treatment for ALS patients >>
* How Planetary Resource’s Asteroid Search Could Help Find Exoplanets >>

* What Are The Radiation Belts? >>
* SpaceX’s Next Cargo Run to Space Station in October >>
* WiFli Wants To Bring Internet Access To The Entire Planet >>

* Tyson, Stop that Asteroid: Gotta-See Video >>

* Maker Camp Goes on a Disney Field Trip >>
* Researchers discover key to burning fat faster >>
* Why Women Go Through Menopause: Blame the In-Laws >>

* How Baby-Driven Robots Could Help Disabled Children >>
* Synopsis: Sailing Choppy Gravitational Seas >>
* To feed smartphone beast, use more antennas >>

* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Landing on Titan >>
* Flaws may drive superconductor’s power >>
* We Can Save the World by Eating Bugs and Drinking Urine >>

* Strange Emissions May Help Unlock Neutron Stars’ Mysteries >>
* Future Battlefields: Less ‘Star Wars,’ More Tiny Robots >>
* Video game for fish shows how prey survive >>

* Ice Screen: a 26-inch Android-based smart TV >>
* Tiny Sensors Optimize EVs for Better Mileage >>
* Remembering Bill Thurston, Mathematician Who Helped Us Understand the Shape of the Universe >>

* Microsoft wants to patent ‘life streaming,’ turn your whole life into Jersey Shore >>
* Cloning the MakerBot Is Legal, But Does That Make It Right? >>
* The Smartphone of the Future – an Explosive Wealth of Possibilities >>

* Transhumanism, The Singularity and Skepticism >>
* CRUSH ALL HU-MANS (aka, the Robot Economy) >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 Aug 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 Aug 2012

* Computer program recognises any language >>
* How a Mars Sample Return Mission Can Go Electric >>
* Pair of Probes to Visit Van Allen Belts >>

* How to Entangle Humans (contd) >>
* One-molecule-thick material has big advantages >>
* Cambridge Consultants Develop Concept Eco-friendly Blood Glucose Meter >>

* New Glucometer from Purdue Measures Glucose in Tears, Saliva >>
* New Technology Helps Combine Positron Emission Tomography with Magnetic Resonance Imaging >>
* Visi Mobile System for Real Time Wireless In-Hospital Vital Signs Monitoring (video) >>
* Wireless Sensor Tags alert you to movement and temperature changes, fit on your keyring >>

* Antibiotics Might Be Fueling Obesity Epidemic >>
* ‘Electronic nose’ could detect small quantities of harmful airborne substances >>
* Darpa Has Seen The Future of Computing … And It’s Analog >>

* Future Robotic Hands To Detect Everything From Abnormal Breast Lumps To Enlarged Lymph Nodes >>
* Hi-tech $315 shoes measures your vertical jump >>
* Martian Curiosity: How Do You Drive a $2.5 Billion Mars Rover? >>

* Robot learns to recognise itself in the mirror >>
* Teaching a microbe to make fuel >>
* Algae molecular transporter could advance biofuels, pharmaceuticals >>

* A 3,000-vehicle test of wireless crash-avoidance system >>
* Botanists building ontologies to cope with information overload >>
* Galactic ‘axis of asymmetry’ threatens cosmic order >>

* 3D Printed Homes? Here’s The Scoop >>
* iRobot’s Inflatable Arm Could Be the Future of Grappling [Video] >>
* Location of the mind remains a mystery >>

* Curiosity Mars rover takes first drive >>
* Curiosity rover flaunts its battle scar, wind sensor is bruised (but not broken) >>
* Curiosity’s Descent Video in Amazing, Incredible HD Quality >>

* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Double Black Hole >>
* Can You Time Travel? | Video >>
* Astronomers get a preview of the Earth’s destruction 5 billion years early >>

* Batteries made from world’s thinnest material could power tomorrow’s electric cars >>
* Star Ratings >>
* ‘CSI’ technology holds potential in everyday medicine >>

* IBM taking two paths toward making solar power cheaper than fossil fuels >>
* Why Innovative People Fail >>
* Spinoff to Market Metamaterials Antennas >>

* Inside the Science That Plays Your Brain Like a Videotape >>
* From Tiny to Tinier: One GIF Zooms in on Bacterial Life >>
* Would you give the government remote control over your router? >>

* Sennheiser boasts anti-counterfeit efforts, unveils new authentication technologies >>
* Needle-free sensor tests for diabetes >>
* First instant hyperspectral camera for live samples >>

* Real-life “Contagion” uses DNA to halt outbreak >>
* Video: The High-Resolution Life of a Neuron >>

* Mass cellphone spamming sparks huge exodus in India >>
* Patterning defect-free nanocrystal films with nanometer resolution >>
* ‘Mind-Control’ gaming devices leak users’ secrets >>

* ‘Electronic nose’ could detect small quantities of harmful airborne substances >>
* Special Relativity And The Curious Physics of Chronology >>
* Big Bang theory challenged by big chill theory of Quantum Graphity >>

* Video: DARPA’s New Amphibious Tank Prototype Drives On Water >>
* FYI: Is There Any Way to Prevent Toe Cramps? >>
* Christof Koch on The Nature of Consciousness: How the Internet Could Learn to Feel >>

* Video shows the traffic inside a brain cell: New imaging technique reveals the brain’s continuous renovation >>
* Does Self-Awareness Require a Complex Brain? >>
* Cheap Four-fingered Robot Hand Edges Closer To Human Dexterity >>

* What Facebook Deals with Everyday: 2.7 Billion Likes, 300 Million Photos Uploaded and 500 Terabytes >>
* When the Homemade Noodles Are Made by Robots >>
* The New High-Tech Dating Technology? Meet in a Bar >>

* Do You Want To Live Forever? (feature length) >>
* Middle-aged not miserable, just too busy to answer surveys >>
* Facebook Has 44% Fake Followers; Twitter Has 33% – >>
* CERN: The next big antimatter machine: ALPHA 2 >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 Aug 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 Aug 2012

* Honda robotics powers a home product: lawn mower >>
* Hanging out with parents boosts teen self-esteem >>
* Video: What Would Mars Look Like to an Astronaut in Orbit? >>

* 3D printers tell you when your design will fail >>
* New ‘aerogel’ space-age insulating material is world’s lightest >>
* Cramming for a test? Don’t do it, say UCLA researchers >>
* They Finally Made a Flying Star Wars Speeder Bike! [Video] >>

* Army Sends Mobile 3-D Printing Labs to Afghanistan For On-Demand Gear >>
* Video: Greg Needel Creates a Robotic Beer Cooler With a Cannon >>
* Nonsense data reveal Mars rover’s damaged sensor >>

* Giant Mechs Are Now a Reality, Kuratas Are Here >>
* Controlling Minds… With Science! >>
* A First: Star Caught in the Act of Devouring a Planet >>

* Decision-Making in the Brain Mapped >>
* Camera tan take a TRILLION pictures in a second – watches beams of light travelling in slow-motion >>
* Mirrors Finished for NASA’s New James Webb Space Telescope >>

* Semen’s Secret Ingredient Induces Ovulation >>
* The hoverbike you can control with your mind >>
* Curiosity Does the Hokey Pokey, Prepares to Turn Itself Around >>

* Do Animals Have Menopause? >>
* Exclusive Video: Darpa’s Inflatable Robot Arm Pulls 4 Times Its Weight >>
* The 20 most-watched TED Talks to date >>

* No More Needles! Blood Cells Can Become Internal Sensors >>
* Einstein Was Right: Matter Is Scattered Randomly Across The Universe | Video >>
* Shields Up! ISS Spacewalkers Install New Micrometeorite Shields >>

* Timelapse: Star Trails in Portugal >>
* Chasing Atlantis: An Upcoming Film about the Shuttle’s Legacy >>
* Big Bang or Big Chill? The ‘Quantum Graphity’ theory >>

* IBM sets world-record PV solar-cell power conversion efficiency >>
* Virtual knitting makes simulated sweaters look cosier >>
* Viruses with integrated gene switch >>

* Self-charging power cell converts and stores energy >>
* A Self-Adjusting Measuring Spoon For Insanely Meticulous Chefs [Video] >>
* A Spectacular Chance for Gravitational Waves >>

* The Next Horrible Virus Outbreak Might Be Our Fault [Disease] >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 Aug 2012 >>

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