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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 September 2012

September 15, 2012 1 comment

* Evolutionary Marker? –Robot to Take the University of Tokyo Math Entrance Exam >>
* Engineers built a supercomputer from 64 Raspberry Pi computers and Lego >>
* Video: Government Wizards Levitate Drugs With Ultrasonic Sound >>

* Some Awesome Things Apple Should Put in the Next iPhone >>
* Subconscious cues might help you heal faster >>
* Wired is the new wireless: Spreading the web in China >>

* Genes for face shape identified >>
* Space Station Spin-Off Could Protect Mars-Bound Astronauts From Radiation >>
* Building DIY research equipment >>

* Advanced ET Civilizations May be Undetectable (Today’s Most Popular) >>
* Blind Woman Receives Bionic Retinal Implant >>
* Disorder of neuronal circuits in autism is reversible, new study suggests >>

* Elliptical M60, Spiral NGC 4647 >>
* Computer program can identify rough sketches >>
* Researchers look to alien soils for heat shield >>

* Love Hurts: Brain Chemistry Explains the Pangs of Separation [Excerpt] >>
* Cloned receptor paves way for new breast and prostate cancer treatment >>
* Higgs-hunting ‘big data’ software to be available to researchers >>
* Scientists discover how brain cells age >>

* Neural stem cells regenerate axons in severe spinal cord injury >>
* How to print 3D microstructures in seconds >>
* Microstructure breakthroughs to dramatically enhance material properties >>

* Protein linked to hunger also implicated in alcoholism >>
* Neural implant restores decision making capability in cocaine impaired monkeys >>
* Laser-powered ‘Needle’ Promises Pain-free Injections >>

* A Brain Implant that Thinks >>
* Nanoengineers can print 3D microstructure blood vessels in mere seconds >>
* Computer Learns to Recognize Badly Drawn Animals >>

* Video – Neal Stephenson on Predictions and Surprises >>
* Computer learning to read lips to detect emotions >>
* Talking cars help each other see around blind corners >>

* Dark energy is real, say astronomers >>
* Scientists discover how the brain ages >>
* Alzheimer’s May Be Caused By Poor Diet >>

* Antimatter Spaceships Could Head To Outer Planets This Century >>
* Walking Analysis System >>
* Intel sees economical quad-patterned path to 10 nm chips and plans to get to 5nm >>

* Most Convoluted Crystal Ever Made Has Enough Surface Area To Cover A Desk >>
* Doomed Space Cloud Hints at Planet Formation in Milky Way’s Core >>
* The world’s most stable laser >>

* The ‘smart curtains’ that could replace your burglar alarm >>
* Finger on the future >>
* Scientists Find Gene Can Explain Horses Ability to Pace >>

* Video-Conferencing Kiosks to Replace Human Bank Tellers >>
* Fantasy Football-Playing AI Beats 99 Percent of Humans >>
* Researchers come close to organic memory >>

* Does Visual Recognition Software Freak You Out? >>
* Literally inhale your food as restaurant serves tastable gas >>
* Students use giant balls to build omnidirectional motorcycle >>

* Antimatter and Fusion Drives Could Power Future Spaceships >>
* Facebook Eyes Search >>
* Milky Way Over the Bungle Bungles <br> >>

* Liquid Robotics Aims to Usher in Era of Smart Oceans With Autonomous Robots >>
* New Spray Containing Neonatal Cells Helps Skin Heal Faster >>
* Pedal-powered plane wins novel flight race >>

* Sony’s Squeezing 4K TV Transmissions So They Can Actually Make It to Your TV >>
* Video: Harvard’s Robotic Tentacle Can Lift a Flower Without Crushing It >>
* First Evidence of Affine Symmetry in Hand Movement >>

* You Can Download Nokia’s Maybe-Awesome AR App Right Now in Beta [Augmented Reality] >>
* Valve Wants to Move PC Gaming to the Living Room >>
* Why NFC-Enabled Computers Will Usher in the Future of Online Shopping [Guts] >>

* First planets found around sun-like stars in a cluster >>
* DARPA walking robot for carrying supplies is now ten times quieter >>
* Wired 2012 >>

* Invisible QR codes tackle counterfeit bank notes >>
* Opportunity Rover Finds Intriguing New Spherules at Cape York >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – Sep. 13, 2012 >>

* The Unusually Colossal Kepler Supernova >>
* Opportunity Rover Finds Intriguing New Spherules at Cape York >>
* Sputtering: How Mars May Have Lost Its Atmosphere >>

* Incredible image shows tiny differences in atomic bonds >>
* BitGym Motion SDK brings Kinect-style games to Android and iOS (video) >>
* Pressure-sensing PC technology knows when you’re busy >>

* Getting (drugs) under your skin >>
* Individual Molecular Bonds Imaged for First Time >>
* Nuclear Fuel From the Sea >>

* 12 big, bold concepts for homesteading on Earth’s final frontier >>
* Here’s a simple supercomputer you could build for around $4,000 >>
* Scientists make monkeys smarter using brain implants. Could you be next? >>

* DNA analysis alone could generate a picture of your face >>
* Incredible image shows tiny differences in atomic bonds >>
* A Jodrell Odyssey – Part 2 – The Observatory >>

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