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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 October 2012

October 30, 2012 Leave a comment

* Jumping Robots to Extend Battery Life >>
* Seat technology aims to cut fatigue, improve long trips for drivers (w/ Video) >>
* A Rewired Internet Would Speed Up Content Delivery >>

* NASA to Announce Early Universe Findings Thursday >>
* Risk factors predict childhood obesity, researchers find >>
* Microsoft Renews Relevance With Machine Learning Technology >>

* How Much Did It Cost YouTube To Stream Gangnam Style? >>
* Can You Stop a Hurricane by Nuking It? >>

* Apple Sells Philips’ Color-Shifting Wireless Lights >>
* E=mc² is Incomplete >>
* New synthetic molecule could destroy allergy attacks in seconds >>

* Samsung’s third quarter smartphone shipments double Apple’s >>
* Oak Ridge National Lab Debuts the 20 petaflop Titan supercomputer >>
* Boeing missile zaps electronic devices in first test flight >>

* Stimulating brain cells with light to combat Parkinson’s disease >>
* Seniors to robots: don’t get too familiar >>
* Hidden world: molecules inside cells that grab DNA like rock climbers >>

* Wetware: A Computer in Every Living Cell >>
* Carbon nanotubes to replace silicon: IBM >>
* Bringing Big Data to Smart Meters >>

* How Solar-Based Microgrids Could Bring Power to Millions >>
* Camera Technique Captures New View Of Space And Time >>
* Google Offers Hurricane Data Map >>

* The Dictionary of Hurricane Sandy: Storm Surge >>
* Rhythms of the Brain >>
* Quick release bandage tape: No more tears from tears >>

* Incredible Video of Sandy’s Swirling Progression >>
* Sensor Mania! The Explosive Growth of the Wireless Internet of Things >>
* The Birth of Hurricane Sandy >>

* Google’s Nexus 10: 2,560 x 1,600, 300 ppi display and Android 4.2, shipping November 13th $399 >>
* PSA: No TV? Watch the Weather Channel Live on YouTube >>

* Showdown Set On Bid To Give UN Control of Internet >>
* Is the Cost of Innovation Falling? >>
* Designing DNA Specific Bio-Weapons >>

* Sensors To Detect Driver’s Fatigue >>
* Jump-Starting A Mission To Interstellar Space >>
* Knowledge Is Cool. Getting Paid for What You Know Is Cooler. >>

* #WIRELESS: “Vast Majority of Smartphones to Sport 5GHz WiFi by 2015” >>
* #ROBOTICS: “NASA Robot Challenge Offers $1.5 Million” >>
* Microsoft and Apple at Their Crossroads >>

* Climate models get smarter, but uncertainty just won’t go away >>
* When Hope is Unethical >>

* How the brain controls our habits >>
* What is Cybernetics? >>
* Edgar Morin – Complex thinking for a complex world >>

* Mapping the Mind to Merge with Machines: Experimental Research Approaches to Brain Computer Interfaces (BCIs) >>
* The Psychology Of Tetris >>
* The Physics of Coffee Rings Finally Explained >>

* Guardian Drone Meets Air Traffic Control >>
* Virtual Star Party – Oct. 28, 2012: Hurricane Sandy Edition >>
* FOLEDs Enable Anti-Gravity Circus >>

* German Robot Learns How to Play Ping-Pong [VIDEO] >>
* Apple Sells Philips’ Color-Shifting Wireless Lights >>
* New study sheds light on how and when vision evolved >>

* To Stop A Hurricane, Shoot It Full Of Dry Ice? >>
* How Hurricane Sandy Could Influence The Outcome Of The Presidential Election >>
* Scientists Looking For Volunteers To Snag Samples Of Hurricane Sandy >>

* Alcoholism and Social Exclusion >>
* Mysteries and Clues from a Microsoft Surface Teardown >>

* River floods predicted using new technology >>
* Google Earth Finds More Strange Patterns in the Chinese Desert >>
* Eye movements and the search for biomarkers for schizophrenia >>

* Student Engineers Use 3-D Printing To Boost A Custom-Built Electric Racecar >>
* Creating Innovators >>
* Ultracompact on-chip silicon optical logic gates >>

* Thinking up a world ruled by neuroscience >>
* Genetic basis of cardiac, craniofacial birth defects identified >>
* Video: Hurricane Sandy Seen by Space Station Astronauts >>

* Famous Star Has Planet After All | Video >>
* Paintball Players vs. The Asteroid Apocalypse? | Video >>
* New surveillance camera will predict what you’re going to do next >>

* Shattering The Myths That Make Us Fear Brain Interfaces >>
* Most U.S. Drones Openly Broadcast Secret Video Feeds >>
* Cretaceuous Extinction: Blame The Ecosystem (And Chicxulub) >>

* Even Scientists Unwittingly See Purpose in Nature >>
* Engineers study how to improve high-speed rail ties against freezing >>
* Scientists Move Closer to a Long-Lasting Flu Vaccine >>

* Prototype ultra sensitive disease sensor developed >>
* A molecular glance on solar water splitting: The hunt for electron holes >>
* DNA repair images offer clues to breast cancer >>

* Scientists decode ‘software’ instructions of aggressive leukemia cells >>
* Recyclable electronics: Just add hot water >>
* Are Flat-Earthers Being Serious? >>

* World’s first super-wide-angle 3D laser radar with a horizontal and vertical range of 140 degrees >>
* Get Ready to Vote with Google >>
* Brain Scans Show the Impact of Neglect On a Child’s Brain Size >>

* YouTube Is Testing Out A New Design For Pages With More Navigation Options >>
* Will Amazon’s Servers Be Ready For Sandy? >>
* Power Industry Faces Down Hurricane Sandy >>

* Hurricane Sandy: Water, Water Everywhere >>
* Makers Can Uses Circuits.io To Prototype Electronics In Their Browser >>
* Angry Birds Star Wars Gameplay Revealed In New Teaser >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 October 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 October 2012

October 29, 2012 Leave a comment

* Researchers create video game that monitors heart rate to keep children’s anger in check >>
* Super Fast Computer Simulates the Heart >>
* Cory Doctorow and Charles Stross discuss “The Rapture of the Nerds” at Google >>

* Canadian Researchers Create Wireless Charger For Electric Cars >>
* Chris Anderson on the Maker Movement: ‘We’re Going to Get Sued’ >>
* Africa’s 2040 Employment Problem >>

* IBM Labs develops ‘initial step’ towards commercial fabrication of carbon nanotubes >>
* IBM Breaks Another Barrier in Its Race to Beat Moore’s Law >>
* NASA Building Deep-Space Habitat From Spare ISS Parts >>

* New NASA Spaceship Comes Together for 2014 Test Launch >>
* Wired Science Space Photo of the Day: Colorful Bubble >>
* Researchers look beyond space and time to cope with quantum theory >>

* Bouncy-ball cameras scout out dangerous situations >>
* Soon Security Cameras Will Be Predicting Your Next Move >>
* Digital Taste project >>

* Micro-Drones Combined With DNA Hacking Could Create A Very Scary Future >>
* Magnetic Brain Stimulation Cures Depression Without Affecting Sleep >>

* Paste augmented-reality video graffiti on the streets >>
* From the ‘X Files’: “ET Technology Could Exist That’s Beyond Matter” >>
* state of the art >>

* How to deflect an incoming asteroid >>
* Gut Bacteria Cocktail May End Need for Fecal Transplants >>
* Google Is Testing Same-Day Delivery for Shoppers >>

* How To Hug a Chicken Via the Internet >>
* Science Fiction Prototyping: Designing the Future with Science Fiction >>
* A Cosmic Bubble Mystery >>

* videos from Singularity Summit 2012 >>
* Ping-pong-playing robot learns to play like a person >>
* Measuring table-top accelerators’ beams >>

* Focus: Robot Shows How to Jump High >>
* Crowdsourcing A Treatment For The Cancer That Killed Steve Jobs >>
* How many plants would you need to generate oxygen for yourself in an airlock? >>

* What if your heart stopped and a flying robot landed to shock you back to life before ambulances arrive? >>
* NASA testing helicopter-style space capsule re-entry vehicle >>
* Watch a Robotic Navy Boat Shoot Missiles for the First Time Ever >>

* Could we deflect an incoming asteroid by bombarding it with paintballs? >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – Oct 25 2012 >>
* Laser spotlight reveals machine ‘climbing’ DNA >>

* Fully automated soccer game analysis >>
* Stimulating brain cells with light >>
* BeerSci: How To Brew A Beer In A Week >>

* Cosmic-ray test sparks new interest in Matrix reality >>
* Autonomous robot swarm takes over farm work >>
* DARPA throws down gauntlet to human-style robots >>

* The island where people forget to die >>
* Stay-fresh film for fruits and vegetables >>
* Why We Can’t Solve Big Problems >>

* The Age of Transitions >>
* We now have drones equipped with EMP beams — and that could be lethal >>
* Bitter taste of infection is good for health >>

* Soon, a device to help patients regain lost voice >>
* 3 new crew arrive at space station with fish >>
* Scientists nail protein behind bad cholesterol >>

* A brief reheating of the refrigerator mother >>
* The complicated life of a disk galaxy >>
* Cheap and Simple Microfluidic Lab-on-a-Chip Detects Analytes (VIDEO) >>

* Invisible’s ‘The New Obsolete’ showcases self-constructed instruments, touts a typewriter-driven piano (video) >>
* Drop Ping-Pong Balls on People With This iPhone-Controlled Copter >>
* Digital Staffing: The Future of Recruitment-by-Algorithm >>

* Adrian Cheok: Making a Huggable Internet >>
* The Five Cs of Opportunity Identification >>
* 19th-Century Music and Laughter From the Oldest Playable American Recording >>

* Get your Google back >>
* Could Gangnam Style Be the First Video to 1 Billion Views? Yes, End of the Year >>
* How Long Will Programmers Be So Well-Paid? >>

* Butlers, lunar rovers, snakes and airboats: the best of Carnegie Mellon’s Robotics >>
* The EFF Needs Help Keeping 3D Printing Free >>
* Industrial Control Software Easily Hackable >>

* The Internet Archive Has Saved Over 10,000,000,000,000,000 Bytes of the Web >>
* German robot arm learns ping-pong as it plays humans, might rival its masters >>
* Steve Jobs’ Yacht Revealed, Christened ‘Venus’ [VIDEO] >>

* Researchers Develop Surveillance System That Can Watch & Predict >>
* You’ll Never Guess What This Is: Mysterious Microscope Photos >>
* SpaceX Dragon Leaves Space Station | Time-lapse Video >>

* Weekend Image: Our First View of Jupiter in the Infrared >>
* Hurricane Sandy Barreling to Eastern Seaboard Menacing Millions >>
* NASA Satellite Sees Ghostly Remains of Vanishing Arctic Sea Ice >>

* Rise of the Machines >>
* Technologies of the Gods >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 October 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 October 2012

October 26, 2012 Leave a comment

* VIDEO: Microsoft launches Windows 8 and tablet >>
* NASA Is Building A Mocked-Up Deep-Space Habitat In Texas >>
* Three-parent embryo could prevent inherited disease >>

* Robots get around by mimicking primates >>
* EmTech: Program a Revolutionary Robot to Do Your Bidding >>
* New technology could help take the strain out of daily commute >>

* The Consequences of Machine Intelligence >>
* Supreme Court Weighing ‘First Sale’ Copyright Doctrine >>
* Scientists aim to analyze whole mouse brain under electron microscope >>

* Identifying the brain’s own facial recognition system >>
* Magnets steer medical 50 micron microbots through blood vessels >>
* $2 million DARPA rescue robot competition >>

* With ‘Safe Haven,’ Desktop Weaponeers Resume Work on 3D-Printed Guns >>
* Are Wearable Gadgets The Next Revolution? >>
* World’s first commercial vertical farm opens in Singapore >>

* Can We Make It Rain With Lasers? >>
* EmTech: The Future of Cancer Treatment >>
* Sequencing the Connectome >>

* A biology-friendly robot programming language >>
* Grid-scale battery could keep going and going… >>
* Molecules ‘too dangerous for nature’ kill cancer cells >>

* Mystery of the Background Glow of the Universe –A New Theory Emerges >>
* Scientists create first mouse model of typhoid fever >>
* EmTech: Alta Devices Plans a Fast-Charging Solar iPad Cover >>

* Could DNA Hacking Be Used to Wipe Out World Leaders? >>
* What Your Doctor Won’t Tell You About Your DNA >>
* Scientists develop revolutionary nanotechnology copper solder >>

* Gene-Guided Antidepressants? >>
* Worldchanging, Open the Future >>
* 82 Years of Technology >>

* Researchers Replace Damaged DNA in Human Cell >>
* AI and Ethiopia: an unexpected synergy >>
* The future of time travel: cheat >>

* NYU Professors Develop Real-Life Star Trek Tractor Beam >>
* The Decades That Invented the Future, Part 2: 1911-1920 >>
* World’s smallest 4K display is 9.6-inches and 458ppi >>

* Magellan Telescope First Mega-Mirror Polished and Ready >>
* Your Aviation-Porn Video of the Day: Endeavour Over SoCal >>
* Backdoor in computer controls opens critical infrastructure to hackers >>

* Microsoft’s Secret Weapon For Windows >>
* Fukushima Fish Still Radioactive >>
* Apple on Microsoft Surface Tablet: ‘Compromised, Confusing’ >>

* Synopsis: Solar Down Time >>
* Synopsis: Watching a Molecular Explosion >>
* USS Gerald Ford Is The Single Most Expensive Piece Of Military Hardware Ever Built >>

* Satellite data reveals power of solar wind >>
* Microwave Missile Test Targets Electronics, Not People >>
* Versatile optomechanical sensors aid atomic force microscopy >>

* US Air Force Plans Final Hypersonic X-51A Test Launch >>
* An Airline Fleet Fueled by Natural Gas >>
* NASA spacecraft sees huge burp at Saturn after large storm >>

* Robots in the home: Will older adults roll out the welcome mat? >>
* ‘Black Widow’ Pulsar Is Fastest Star Killer >>

* Humanity never had a “missing link” to apes >>
* U.S. Rushes to Stop Syria from Expanding Chemical Weapon Stockpile >>
* Here’s Your Chance to Scream in Space >>

* China Is Building A Brand New Green City From Scratch >>
* Looking deeper into semiconductors to create faster, smaller electronics >>
* ‘Zombie’ planet: Weird world may be back from the dead >>

* American schools go on utterly insane hiring spree since 1950. Kids shrug, continue to do poorly on tests >>
* Parkinson’s breakthrough could slow disease progression >>
* The Medusa Nebula >>

* Amazing Magic Powder Freezes Water Drops As They Bounce >>
* Protein regulation linked to intellectual disability >>
* Dinosaurs may have evolved feathers for courtship >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 October 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 October 2012

October 25, 2012 Leave a comment

* Embryos created with two women, one man >>
* New Nanotechnology Makes Fabric Stab Proof >>
* Watch A Swarm Of Robots Team Up With Flying Drones To Solve Real-World Problems >>

* DARPA’s Pet-Proto Robot Navigates Obstacles >>
* Video from London 3DPrint Show 2012 >>
* VIDEO: 3D printing bras and guitars >>

* First Theoretical Model of Charging Cycle Performance Could Revolutionise Battery Research >>
* Placebo effect may be ‘down to genes’ >>
* Reebok and MC10 will Launch a Concussion-Sensing Skullcap for Sports >>

* Physicist Derives Laws of Thermodynamics For Life Itself >>
* How Cosmic Ray Muons Could Reveal Hidden Nuclear Waste >>
* Computer Scientists Exploit Social Networks To Create New Recommendation System >>

* Revolutionary ‘DNA Tracking Chamber’ Could Detect Dark Matter >>
* Chin Implant Augments Man’s Testicles, Self-Esteem >>

* Boeing Tests A Missile That Knocks Out A Building’s Power [Video] >>
* Double-Diamond Anvil Creates Pressures Greater Than Earth’s Inner Core >>
* Can Nanotechnology Create Utopia? >>

* Zoom Through 84 Million Stars in Gigantic New 9-Gigapixel Image >>
* Video: Blue Origin Tests Its Rocket Crew Launchpad Escape System >>
* Scented sleep can wash your fears away >>

* Alien hunting: how to find DNA on Mars >>
* Paralysis breakthrough: spinal cord damage repaired >>
* Ambri Liquid Metal Battery Company >>

* Railgun test firing at 5600 mph and 100 mile range >>
* Ultra-High Temperature Ceramics could enable hypersonic planes >>
* Orphaned stars linger in dark matter haloes >>

* 2012 State of the Future >>
* A circuit diagram of the mouse brain >>
* Breakthrough technique images breast tumors in 3D with great clarity, reduced radiation >>

* Swarm robots cooperate with augmented-reality drone >>
* Panasonic develops a prototype dry head spa robot >>
* Grandmas made humans live longer: Chimp lifespan evolves into human longevity, computer simulation shows >>

* Next-generation vaccines may eliminate pain of injection >>
* A jab to give women orgasms >>
* Early man reborn from old bones >>

* Amazing tunnel illusion….. >>
* Why chimpanzees can donate blood in movies >>
* Why Aren’t Insects Human-Size? >>

* DNA-Swap Technology Almost Ready for Fertility Clinic >>
* Men, not women, are better multitaskers >>
* Algae biofuel not sustainable now-U.S. research council >>

* Physicists demonstrate an actual tractor beam in the lab >>
* A Billion People in the Dark >>
* Higgs Boson May Be An Imposter, Say Particle Physicists >>

* Topology: The Secret Ingredient In The Latest Theory of Everything >>
* Computer Scientists Reproduce the Evolution of Evolvability >>
* First Mind-Controlled Robotic Leg Put Through Its Paces >>

* Chris Anderson answers questions like “What’s the fairest criticism of TED”? >>
* Mercury-Free Water Disinfection >>
* Body’s ‘pre-feelings’ may detect the future >>

* Why Don’t We Drink Milk from Animals Other Than Cows? >>
* Researchers gain new insights into membrane-assisted self-assembly >>
* Brain waves reveal video game aptitude >>

* PlayStation 3 hack is decryption jolt for Sony >>
* Ancient human history may advance genetics >>
* Electric Bugs: New Microbe Forms Living, Deep-Sea Power Cables >>

* How Yammer Gets Employees To Speak Up With Good Ideas >>
* Tiny, simple, automatic Memoto camera captures you in still life >>
* Double Whammy! 2 Comets In Same Space Camera View | Video >>

* Japan Wants Space Plane or Capsule by 2022 >>
* Physicists Discover New Way to Spot Malaria Using Light and Magnets >>
* The Science of Genius (preview) >>

* BioAlert: Dynamic ‘Matter’ Created from DNA >>
* NGC 206 and the Star Clouds of Andromeda >>
* Hacking a Single Radio System to Work With Wi-Fi, 3G and Bluetooth >>

* Today On Mars: Curiosity Uses Its Laser As A Sand Blaster >>
* Electric Brain Stimulation Warps Your Perception Of Faces [Video] >>
* What’s Next for the Large Hadron Collider? >>

* How The Sound Of Rain Helps Engineers Diagnose Unsafe Bridges >>
* Death: The blurred line between dead and alive >>
* The molecular machines that make life >>

* Building powered by algae growing on its facade >>
* Report from the Alcor-40 conference >>
* New self-assembled nanoparticles may soon make biopsies obsolete >>

* Meet Atlas, The Official Robot Competing in the DARPA Challenge >>
* The RTU (Remote Telepresence Unit) Is Born >>
* Students Build and Fly 3D-Printed Plane >>

* Squeeze Your Phone, and Send a Loved One a Hug >>
* First Theoretical Model of Charging Cycle Performance Could Revolutionise Battery Research >>
* Boeing tests microwave missile that knocks out electronics, represents our worst nightmare (video) >>

* How Germany Is Getting Cars to Talk to Each Other (And Traffic Lights) >>
* Robotic butlers, bartenders and receptionists at Carnegie Mellon (video) >>
* Chip Makes Twisted Light for Communications >>

* The Greatest Battle of the Personal Computing Revolution Lies Ahead >>
* Could This Have Been The World’s First Computer? >>
* Nano-machines built to mimic human muscle could help power cyborgs, keep the OSI budget down >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 October 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 October 2012

October 24, 2012 Leave a comment

* iPad Mini: Everything You Need to Know >>
* Apple’s iPad mini event video now available for replay >>
* Apple Unveils iBooks 3 With Continuous Scrolling >>

* Revolutionary DNA-based approach to map the wiring diagram of the brain >>
* Pentagon’s Newest ‘Humanoid’ Walks as Awkwardly as You Do >>
* World’s most advanced mirror for giant telescope completed >>

* Assembly of nano-machines mimics human muscle >>
* First Analysis of 14-Million-Year Old Antarctica Lake Fails to Yield Microbes >>
* IMOD: The Greatest Canyon in Solar System-Shaped by Water Millions of Years Ago >>

* Can Andrea Rossi’s Infinite-Energy Black Box Power The World–Or Just Scam It? >>
* Watch A Humanoid Robot Walk A Tightrope >>
* How pets feel pain – and when to say goodbye >>

* Taste sensitivity link to our body’s immune defences >>
* Hormone boost lets mice live longer without fasting >>
* Recycled photons set fresh quantum computing record >>

* A radio for all frequencies to rule the airwaves >>
* State-of-the-Art Electron Beams From Table-Top Accelerators >>
* Apple announces 4th generation iPad packing an A6X CPU, Lightning connector and FaceTime HD camera >>

* First micro-structure atlas of the human brain completed >>
* A bandwidth breakthrough >>
* Disaster response robot will inspect the damaged Fukushima nuclear reactor building >>

* In Mobile World, Tech Giants Scramble to Get Up to Speed >>
* Humanity Rocks! — FastForward Radio – Oct 26,2012 >>
* Through the Wormhole S3E7 Can We Eliminate Evil? >>
* The Chemistry of Almost Everything >>

* Generation X Report: How Many Gen Xers Know Their Cosmic Address? >>
* iPad Mini: Everything You Need to Know >>
* Scientists read dreams >>

* Milky Way’s ‘Sleeping’ Supermassive Black Hole Erupts with a Flare Up >>
* Solar Wind Creates Traces of Lunar Surface Water >>
* The Generation X report: How many Gen Xers know their cosmic address? >>

* Developers Use a Workaround to Make iPhone Apps Do More >>
* Assembly of nano-machines mimics human muscle >>
* A Bandwidth Breakthrough >>

* Algorithms Calculate a Couple’s Chances of Having a Baby via IVF >>
* Disco Sun: X-Class Flare Creates Strobe-Light Effect >>
* New “vitrification” technique allows women to freeze their eggs for future use >>

* Image of the Day: Breathtaking meteor upstaged by Milky Way and northern lights >>
* World’s most advanced mirror for giant telescope completed >>
* Scientists build “mechanically active” DNA material >>

* Self-powered sensors to monitor nuclear fuel rod status >>
* Training your robot the PaR-PaR way >>
* NASA sees active region on the sun emit another flare >>

* Turbulent flows in 2D can be calculated in new model >>
* ‘Tube’ view of nerve fibers may monitor MS >>
* OMG: Peer pressure just as strong online >>

* Creepy Close-Ups: Best Microscope Critter Photos >>
* NASA Satellite Sees Black Hole Belching Out Hundred-Million-Degree X-rays >>
* How to Create Fuel out of Thin Air >>

* In the Future, Will We All Monitor Our Own Energy Data? $3 Million on ‘YES’ >>
* UltraHD, the TV Technology Formerly Known as 4K, Gets Ready To Hit Store Shelves >>
* Three Ways to Reinvent Shopping for Men’s Clothing >>

* Jeff Bezos’ Spaceship Passes Key NASA Test >>
* Egg Freezing Enters Clinical Mainstream >>
* Stress in Parents Linked to Obesity in Kids >>

* New InteraXon Muse Consumer EEG Brain Wave Monitoring Device (VIDEO) >>
* BIL2012 Talk: Peak Humanity >>
* CHARLI Robot Gangnam Style >>

* Milky Way came into present state as Earth and Sun formed >>
* Blocking sunlight at specific areas can stop Arctic melting >>
* Brain change bad behaviour link >>

* The maths that made Voyager possible >>
* Robot used for open-heart surgery >>
* New Size Estimates Define How Much Earth’s Glaciers Could Raise Sea Level >>

* X-ray tricks cut breast scan dose >>
* Experts find why being lazy can make you ill >>
* IVF raises hopes of having a baby even at 40 >>

* Pilot Your Own Robotic Sub And Explore The Ocean With AcquatiCo >>
* Here’s The Spaceship That Will Let Rich People Fly From NYC To Tokyo In 90 Minutes >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 October 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 October 2012

October 23, 2012 Leave a comment

* Intel strives toward tiny chips to run wearable computers >>
* Spooky! NASA Hunts Gravitational Waves on the Atomic Level >>
* Turning The World’s Cell Phones Into A Network Of Sensors >>

* 3-D Printing: Watch these guys attempt to print a working bicycle. >>
* Is This the Spaceship That Will Take Us to Mars? >>
* New Telescope To Hunt For Earth’s Twin >>

* Cosmo Wenman’s mind-blowing 3D-printed sculptures >>
* State-of-the-art beams from table-top accelerators >>
* Your sleeping secrets: How personality traits are revealed by the body’s position in bed >>

* Your Spit Might Tell Dentists If You Have Cancer >>
* Phone Call Data Reveals How Pace Of Life Accelerates In Cities >>
* Cold viruses point the way to new cancer therapies >>

* New hope for the blind from neuroscientists? >>
* A 3D printed aircraft test flies successfully >>
* Wear jeans, help clean the air >>

* ‘Man’s first ancestor looked like a squirrel’ >>
* A stylish new brain-sensing headband >>
* Phone call translator app to be offered by NTT Docomo >>

* Creating complex 3D metallic structures at nanoscale >>
* Gorgeous Glenelg – ‘Promised Land’ Panorama on Mars >>
* Self-assembled nanoparticles release chemotherapy drug and heat to treat cancer >>

* Next-generation-sequencing report published >>
* Law of Drama >>
* Artificial Photosynthesis Effort Takes Root >>

* Microsoft’s Plan to Bring About the Era of Gesture Control >>
* Breakthrough may lead to large-scale quantum computing >>
* Singularity Summit 2012: Image Recognition, Analogy, Big Health Data, and Bias Reduction >>

* Is it Time for an Enhanced Olympics? >>
* Modifying Genes >>
* 3-D Printing Enables UVA Student-Built Unmanned Plane >>

* NASA pursues atom optics to detect gravitational waves >>
* Didn’t Get The Job? A Computer May Be To Blame >>
* Robots create more jobs than they displace >>

* European Space Agency has 2018 mission to probe ice on the moon >>
* Our Smell Universe >>
* Cold Fusion Gets a Little More Real >>

* Researchers develop procedure for reducing fear response in sleeping mice >>
* Targeting solar geoengineering to minimize risk, inequality >>
* Mice get heart healthy on ‘watermelon diet’ >>

* The nanomechanical signature of breast cancer >>
* Germs in space: Keeping astronauts healthy >>
* A Tour of Astrobotic Technology’s lunar rover lab at Carnegie Mellon (video) >>

* Pheed Wants to Take On the Giants of Social Media >>
* Autonomous cars will arrive within 10 years, Intel CTO says >>
* Super Fast Ping-Pong Ball Gun >>

* Apple’s iPad mini event happens tomorrow, get your liveblog here! >>
* The Best Nature Photographs of the Year, Including This Too-Human Monkey Portrait >>
* How To Build And Launch Your Own Satellite [VIDEO] >>

* A new glow for electron microscopy >>
* Viewpoint: Taming Nonequilibrium Statistics >>
* Incredible audio reveals white whale ‘trying to make contact with humans’ >>

* U.S. astronaut sees science breakthrough in space >>
* Never Buy A Bulb Again: Buy Your Light Instead >>
* Geneticists create mice that find the smell of landmines irresistible >>

* Science Says Sex Addiction Is For Real. Here’s How To Diagnose It. >>
* Italian scientists convicted over earthquake warning >>
* How learning to cook helped the human brain to grow >>

* Method to improve electric field intensity could boost Raman scattering >>
* Your pillow is a lot like a toilet seat, microbially speaking >>
* Fix bad pictures after the shot with this impressive deblurring app >>

* Navy’s Top Geek Says Laser Arsenal Is Just Two Years Away >>
* Listen: Whale mimics human speech >>
* ‘Biological Teleporter’ Will Find Martian DNA, Beam It Back to Earth >>

* Valles Marineris: The Grandest Canyon of All >>
* Craig Venter’s plan to email vaccines around the world >>
* A Space Shuttle on the Streets of Los Angeles >>

* Magic Thimble Turns the Entire World Into a Touch Surface >>
* Eight-Billion Year View of Galaxy Evolution (VIDEO) >>
* They Said It Couldn’t Be Done! >>

* Turn An Android Device Into A Pocket-Size Media Center >>
* 2012 Machinima Expo — An Animation Festival In Virtual Reality >>
* Giant Elliptical Hides a Spiral Galaxy at Its Core >>

* First analysis of beluga whale mimicking human speech >>
* Wi-Fi LED Light Bulbs: Gateway to the Smart Home? >>
* Microsoft’s plan to bring about the era of gesture control >>

* Friendship 2.0: Teens’ technology use promotes sense of belonging, identity >>
* Milky Way’s black hole getting ready for snack >>
* Can your body sense future events without any external clue? >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 October 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 October 2012

October 20, 2012 Leave a comment

* Zuckerberg Predicts We’ll All Be Sharing 1,000 Times as Much Crap 10 Years From Now >>
* Is Pheed the New Twitter? >>

* The Next Wave in Lighting and the Internet of Things >>
* iPhone-Controlled Helicopter Drops Balls, Not Bombs [VIDEO] >>
* Big Bang: Is there room for God? >>

* This Week In Bots: Japan’s Post-Fukushima Robot Innovations >>
* Hacking Your Education: Ditch the Lectures, Save Tens of Thousands, and Learn More Than Your Peers Ever Will >>
* Augmented Reality: Intel Perceptual Computing demos >>

* Consciousness: Solving its Mysteries Promise Safer, Healthier Lives >>
* #ALGORITHMS: “Smart Framework Enables Internet-of-Things” >>
* Are Capitalism And Democracy Failing Us? >>

* Twitter Gives Saudi Arabia a Revolution of Its Own >>
* Mark Zuckerberg: Don’t Just Start A Company, Do Something Fundamental >>
* Boys starting puberty up to two years earlier at the age of nine >>

* Singularity Summit 2012 on KTVU2 >>
* The Rise of an African Tiger Economy >>
* Zuckerberg claims there is a Social Media Moore’s Law Where Sharing Doubles Every Year >>

* Microsoft ‘retiring’ Facebook and Twitter Xbox 360 Dashboard apps >>
* Worried about Google? Story Stronger for Long Term >>
* Thin walls and traffic cameras >>

* Is Your Game Crowd-Ready? >>
* Lettuce-Bot can kill weeds with 98% accuracy >>
* Craig Venter Wants To Rebuild Martian Life In Earth Lab >>

* World pledges more money to protect biodiversity >>
* Average Life Expectancy in China should be 75.8 years in 2015 >>
* Why brain tumors are so hard to destroy >>

* Greenest gas? Synthetic fuel made from air and water >>
* Surgical robots called Blue Dragon and Red Dragon. >>
* Watching the Open Science Summit 2012 on fora.tv? >>

* A new route to large-scale quantum computing >>
* Starvation hormone extends mouse life span by thirty to forty percent >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 October 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 October 2012

October 19, 2012 Leave a comment

* Scientists Read Dreams >>
* Underwater Robots Track Sharks Off US in a First >>
* Mars Sample Return Mission? Naaah… Just Beam Back Martian DNA >>

* Engineers create gasoline from air and water. Yes, really. >>
* Video: Navy’s Humanoid Testbed Robot Dances Gangnam Style >>
* Astronomers uncover a surprising trend in galaxy evolution >>

* Researchers explore how the brain perceives direction and location >>
* This Wind-Powered Rolling Tentacle Ball Can Clear Landmines [Video] >>
* Scientists Match Dream Images To Photos >>

* Very Important Invention: Hot Pizza And Coffee Will No Longer Burn Your Mouth >>
* Smart CCTV knows when you need shopping advice >>
* Genetically Modified Mice Sniff Out Landmines >>

* Harvard launches two free online courses, more than 100,000 sign up worldwide >>
* What is DARPA’s Plan X? >>
* Mapping brain circuits for specific functions >>

* Decoding the brain’s circuit diagrams >>
* Probing the brain’s chemistry >>
* Could PTSD be cured by sleep-based therapies? >>

* 3D Photos Are Coming to the Lytro Camera Really Soon >>
* Criteria for Hypersexual Disorder Defined; 15 sex partners in previous 12-month period. >>
* 3D Printing Comes To The Disney Universe: Your Face “Frozen In Carbonite” >>

* Tractor beam built from rings of laser light >>
* Aeros Rigid Airship in Final Stages of Assembly >>
* British engineers produce amazing ‘petrol from air’ technology >>

* Robots that perceive the world like humans >>
* iPad Mini Event: What to Expect Next Week >>
* Avatars –Will They Have a Big Role in the Future of Space Exploration? >>

* New military apparel repels chemical and biological agents >>
* Very Important Invention: Hot Pizza And Coffee Will No Longer Burn Your Mouth >>
* In Constant Digital Contact, We Feel ‘Alone Together’ : NPR >>

* Genetically Modified Mice Could Be Tiny Landmine-Sniffing Heroes >>
* Another Reason for “Smart” Electric Meters >>
* Music Biz Dumps First Contested Copyright Case After Botched 3 Strikes Procedure >>

* ‘Biological Teleporter’ Will Find Martian DNA, Beam It Back to Earth >>
* In just four generations, we’ve massively slashed human mortality >>
* An Online University Reinvents What Learning Can Be >>

* What does one wear for a stratosphere jump? Talk >>
* A Heads-Up Display for Skydivers >>
* Private Space Taxi Builders On Track to Launch Astronauts Soon >>

* Cell mechanism finding could be used to engineer organs >>
* The astonishing ‘flowering ‘micromachines that can build themselves >>
* Synopsis: Protein Shells Take a Strength Test >>

* First micro-structure atlas of the human brain completed >>
* Optical vortices packaged on a chip >>
* Sir Patrick Moore predicts alien life beyond the solar system will be found within 50 years >>

* Stanford Ovshinsky, an Inventor Compared to Edison, Dies at 89 >>
* Surprise! Galaxies Still Evolving in Present Universe >>

* SpaceShipTwo on Track for Powered Flight This Year >>
* Formlabs FORM 1 high-resolution 3D printer spotted in the wild, we go eyes on (video) >>
* A Revolution in Prosthetic Limbs >>

* Delaying gratification is about worldview as much as willpower >>
* Slow-mo movie captures firecracker blast in water >>
* Ray Kurzweil on Singularity 1 on 1 >>

* Facebook, Microsoft Helping U.K.Government Train New Generation Of Computer Science Teachers >>
* The Day Goddard Dreamed of Taking a Rocket to Mars >>
* The future of higher education: reshaping universities through 3D printing >>

* Japanese Lake Provides More Definitive Record of Carbon-14 Levels >>
* How Do You Spot a Genius? >>
* Jeff Bezos: The Smart People Change Their Minds >>
* Sun Unleashes Huge Solar Plasma Wave >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 October 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 October 2012

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* Open Access Academics: Experiments with YouTube, Risk, and Professional Amateurism >>
* Japanese emergency crews will wear robotic exoskeletons >>
* A Ribbon Cutting for 3-D Printing (Using 3-D Printed Scissors) >>

* NASA Exploring $1.5 Million Unmanned Aircraft Competition >>
* The Man-Machine Framework: How to Build Machine-Learning Applications the Right Way >>
* Trans-Atlantic 8K/UHDTV Streaming With UltraGrid and Commodity PCs >>

* Synopsis: Tiny Tractor Beam >>
* How Dolphins Stay Awake for Two Weeks >>
* 3D fetus fly-through peers inside abnormal bodies >>

* Shoot-’em-up game creates borderless virtual worlds >>
* Pioneering lab-grown ‘kidney’ does its job in animals >>
* Watch a 4K Video Amazingly Get Photoshopped Like a Regular Picture [Video] >>

* The $9 Cardboard bike >>
* A ‘student-centered’ approach to science education >>
* Paging Dr. Watson: artificial intelligence as a prescription for health care >>

* Genome hunters go after martian DNA >>
* Does a Speaker Made From Artificial Rubber Muscles Get Louder With Exercise? [Video] >>
* New MegaUpload Will Deflect Copyright Liability and Become Raid-Proof >>

* Viruses act like ‘self-packing suitcases’ >>
* Wireless meters tell snoopers when you are not home >>
* Car-T-Box >>

* Manufacturing complex 3-D metallic structures at nanoscale made possible >>
* This Mud Could Revolutionize How Scientists Study The Past >>
* Salt power: Watt’s next in rechargeable batteries? >>

* Solar power is contagious >>
* The robot working-class invasion >>
* Solar wind most likely source of water on the Moon >>

* Is language unique to humans? >>
* Barley genome breakthrough may lead to better beer >>
* Mice Can Vocally Mimic Each Other >>

* Developed a technology that predicts metastasis in breast cancer >>
* World’s largest subwoofer: Earthquakes ‘pump’ ground to produce infrasound >>
* Megapixels: The James Webb Space Telescope Gets Chilled to 400 Degrees Below Zero >>

* U.S. Army Embraces 3D Printers: “It’s Kind of a Magical Thing” >>
* World’s first all rubber speaker made from artificial muscles is thin, soft and bassy >>
* Extend your life span without dieting! >>

* Hacked terminals capable of causing pacemaker deaths >>
* Steal This Singularity: Entry #1 >>
* Craig Venter imagines a world with printable life forms >>

* US military gets into the 3D printing business >>
* Future Jobs Depend on a Science-Based Economy >>

* Isobenefit Lines Rewrite Rules for Understanding City Life >>
* Genome Hunters Go After Martian DNA >>
* Have we reached the end of Particle Physics? >>

* Integral: Ten Years Tracking Extreme Radiation Across the Universe >>
* Our Gorgeous, Graceful, Gradient Sun >>
* New DHS Program Wants to See If Your Hand Sanitizer Explodes >>

* Science finally conquers that pain after eating something too hot >>
* Relationship with Dad Affects Teens’ Sexual Behavior >>
* Antibiotic-Resistant Bugs Go Wild >>

* ‘Super rats’ develop genetic immunity to standard poisons >>
* Synopsis: Finding Ferroelectrics >>
* Antibiotic shows promise in treating extensively drug-resistant tuberculosis >>

* Anthrax can grow and reproduce in soil, researchers find >>
* Spin-orbit qubits are right at home in electrical circuits >>
* Developing the next generation of microsensors >>

* Fabbing a chip that could encode data in a twisted vortex of light >>
* Rendering Greenhouse Gases Visible >>
* Forbes List Of China’s 100 Richest: Where The Wealthiest Live >>

* The Future is Robotics >>
* Douglas Axe on Protein Evolution and Magic Numbers >>
* Robots at Work and Play >>

* The Race For The Future Car >>
* 96-year-old Indian ‘is world’s oldest father’ >>
* Why we can see even in dim light >>

* American gets new face after extensive transplant >>
* More Screens, More Money for Google? >>
* US Should Be Worried About The Era Of Cyberwarfare It Ushered In >>

* NASA: We Still Don’t Know What Those Shiny Particles On Mars Are, But They’re Not From The Rover >>
* The hidden rules that shape human progress >>
* Inside East Africa’s technology hubs >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 October 2012 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 18 October 2012

October 18, 2012 Leave a comment

* Google takes us inside their data centers, shows you where the internet lives (video) >>
* Updated Theory: A Huge Chunk Of Earth, Blasted Away In A Collision, Is Now The Moon >>
* The Pirate Bay Starts Using Virtualized Servers >>

* Student engineers design, build, fly ‘printed’ airplane >>

* Laser Speed Sensor Promises Safer Air Travel >>
* Drones Cooperate To Probe Hurricanes | Video >>
* How we’ll use “teleporters” to stop the next pandemic [Futurism] >>

* Book Review: Information, Communication and Space Technology >>
* Parkinson’s cells >>
* Endeavour’s 2-Day Drive Through LA in Less Than 3 Minutes >>

* Computer Models of Earth’s Climate Change Confirmed on Mars >>
* Aurora Over White Dome Geyser >>
* 11 Unbelievable Microscopic Images From Nikon’s 2012 Small World Competition >>

* X-rays reveal first known toothy grin >>
* Could the Common Cold Be Re-Engineered to Destroy Cancer? [Science] >>
* Scientists Erase the Memories of Sleeping Mice [Science] >>

* Blue Origin Tests Rocket Engine Thrust Chamber >>
* Phoenix universe could rebuild itself after cosmic rip >>
* Fast-spinning Earth settles mystery of moon’s make-up >>

* How sleep deprivation poses risks to physical and mental health >>
* How ‘normal’ prion proteins in the brain actually aid learning and memory >>
* Futuristic vehicle interface with a predictive direct and gesture based input system from Alps Electric >>

* Less-invasive method of brain stimulation helps patients with Parkinson’s disease http://bit.ly/RBXz0k >>
* New drugs counter neural inflammation in Parkinson’s http://bit.ly/WoEG6X >>
* The 80,000-Year Voyage to Alpha Centauri (VIDEO) >>

* Armchair astronomers find planet in four-star system >>
* A robotic exoskeleton for space and Earth >>
* Water locked in glass of lunar regolith >>

* Ball Dropping RC Chopper Just Revolutionized the Game of Fetch [Video] >>
* This Eagle-Eyed Heron UAV Can See From Tel Aviv to Cyprus [Video] >>
* Awesome NASA Supersonic Passenger Plane That Wants to Kill the Sonic Boom >>

* Destroying drug cartels, the mathematical way >>
* Feeding the world will require tough choices >>
* The Shape Of A Man’s Urine Stream Can Diagnose Prostate Problems >>

* No Hope For Jurassic Park? Scientists Say DNA Is Too Fragile >>
* Robot Paints Your Sleep Pattern >>
* Skydiver’s feat could influence spacesuit design >>

* New fuel cell catalyst competes with platinum >>
* Supernovas Create Radioactive Titanium >>
* A glance at the brain’s circuit diagram >>

* Bus service for qubits >>
* Study questions feasibility of entire genome sequencing in minutes >>
* The Internet of Things will transform our everyday >>

* Dark matter filament studied in 3D for the first time >>
* New method measures movements of tiny devices at every step >>
* Robo-Doctors Signal the Rise of the Medical Machines >>

* App-Connected Toothbrush Tracks Your Habits, Rewards You with Free Stuff >>
* Calcium reveals connections between neurons >>
* #ALGORITHMS: “Hyper-threading: Perfect for Neural Networks” >>

* How To Build And Launch Your Own Satellite [VIDEO] >>
* Why I Decided to Rethink Hiring Smart People >>
* First 3D Map of Antarctic Sea Ice’s Underside >>

* Microsoft Surface Is Durable Enough to Be a Skateboard >>
* Big Data Techniques Point to New Cancer Diagnostic Tool >>
* Stem Cells Restore Thyroid Function In Mice >>

* Military Will Require Chips to be Tagged with Plant DNA >>
* A network of molecules, building each other at the dawn of life >>
* Health Startup’s App Tracks What Ails You >>

* The Strange World of Nanoscience >>
* Cow’s milk protects against HIV: Study >>
* Computer models of Earth’s climate change confirmed on Mars >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 17 October 2012 >>

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