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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 September 2012

* App lets you monitor lung health using only a smartphone >>
* How Do You Assemble a Brain? Randomly >>
* Will Humans Eventually All Look Like Brazilians? >>

* Tissue-Engineered Leather Could be Mass-Produced by 2017 >>
* Traffic lights rigged to play Pong make waiting into a game >>
* New BBC Chief Reveals His Vision: Online Is The Future >>

* One Step Closer to Building a Simulated Human Brain [Video] >>
* Microsoft’s Mid-Life Crisis >>

* NASA Funds 8 Robotics Projects to Aid Space Exploration >>
* Lasers, 3-D Printers, And Robots: The New Shop Class >>

* Timelapse: Space Shuttle Endeavour Mated to 747 >>
* Samsung Galaxy S4 to be launched March 2013 >>
* A computerized house that generates as much energy as it uses >>

* Eye Contact Quells Online Hostility >>
* Does this epigenetic chemical in the brain help create the brain’s complexity? >>
* Blue Brain project accurately predicts connections between neurons >>

* Most extensive pictures ever of an organism’s DNA mutation processes >>
* Amazing medical advances heal wounded troops >>
* The case for optionally manned aircraft >>

* Meet the Other Robots Set to Invade Manufacturing >>
* Rethink Robotics Baxter is about 20 times cheaper than Willow Garage PR2 and can work for $4 per hour >>
* Rethink robotics reveals its revolutionary Baxter Manufacturing Robot >>

* You Won’t Need a Driver’s License by 2040 >>
* Translating the Entire Internet, One Language Lesson at a Time >>
* Stunning First Images From the World’s Most Powerful Digital Camera [Space] >>

* Warp drive may be more feasible than thought, scientists say >>
* Low-powered optical ‘nanotweezers’ allow for manipulating fragile biological samples >>
* How bees decide what to be: reversible ‘epigenetic’ marks linked to behavior patterns >>

* Robot Researchers Learn Lessons of Lizard Locomotion >>
* Even Small Businesses Can Afford Job-Stealing Assembly Bots Now [Video] >>
* Orbiting Astronaut Self-Portrait >>

* The Last Dinosaur Died In 1927: The Fossil Record According To Creationism >>
* Light-Sensing Chip Captures Elusive Sperm Swimming Pattern >>
* Popular Neuroscience Is “Neurobollocks” >>

* NASA Astronaut Suni Williams Completes First Triathlon In Space >>
* A real fMRI high: My ecstasy brain scan >>
* Chinese Genomics Company Buys Sequencing Startup >>

* FYI: Why Do Girls Throw Like A Girl? >>
* There Is No Such Thing As Time >>

* Sperm Captured in 3D for the First Time Reveals [Video] >>
* Human-Robot Space War >>
* Giant Super-Magnetic Star Has Scientists Buzzing >>

* How the Earth moves, and how do we know? >>
* One Step Closer to Building a Simulated Human Brain [Video] >>
* US Scientists to Use Chinese Moon Lander for Space Research >>

* Russian impact crater contains ‘trillions’ of carats of diamonds >>
* Doped graphite may superconduct at up to 230 degrees celsius >>

* Weekly Space Hangout – Sep. 13 2012 >>
* A Lab Experiment to Test Spacetime Distortion >>
* How the Earth moves, and how do we know? >>

* Can Gamification Make Customer Support Fun? >>
* Beastly Drone Sub May Test Next-Gen Undersea Sensors >>
* Company bets on airport of the future: passing security with an iris scan >>

* iRobot buys rival Evolution Robotics for $74 million to expand hard-floor cleaning tech >>
* Study: America Will Be Overwhelmingly Obese by 2030 >>
* Women speak less when they’re outnumbered >>
* Sexual Arousal May Help Women Ignore the Yuck Factor >>

* Curiosity Rover Takes Detailed Photos of Martian Rock Formation >>
* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Horsehead Nebula >>
* Should we build a supercomputer on the moon? [Futurism] >>

* Using Gravity to Peer into the Most Violent Places in the Universe: Colliding Black Holes >>
* All the Special Effects of Game of Thrones Are Still So Unbelievably Real [Video] >>
* Quantum Computers >>

* New Coating Helps Therapeutic Nanoparticles Penetrate Brain >>
* Inside Ford’s Silicon Valley Lab >>
* After Hundreds of Years, Astronomers Finally Agree: This Is the Distance From the Earth to the Sun >>

* What’s Going to Be Apple’s First New Product After TV? >>
* How Sensors and Software Turn Farms Into Data Mines >>
* Programming a Wearable Android Device >>

* Gamification Makes Customer Support Fun? >>
* Genesys Teams Up With Salesforce For Customer Service >>
* Badgeville Gamification Platform Comes to Salesforce.com >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 September 2012 >>

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