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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 3 October 2012

* Liquid air ‘offers energy storage hope’ >>
* Super Bacteria Create Gold >>
* Why We Need a Supercomputer on the Moon >>

* Fujitsu eye-tracking tech uses built-in motion sensor, infrared LED for hands-free computing (video) >>
* Pioneer Carrozzeria AR heads-up display hands-on (video) >>
* Robot Turtle >>

* The $1 Billion Journey to the Mantle of the Earth [Geology] >>
* New cloak promises to be invisible to electrons >>
* Evidence Emerges That Iran Is Building Its Own Hidden Internet >>

* Space Harpoon Cleans Up Junk: Gotta-See Video >>
* World’s largest laser misses nuclear fusion deadline >>
* How memory load leaves us ‘blind’ to new visual information >>

* Keeping tumor cells alive to test different drugs >>
* ‘Green Brain’ project to create autonomous flying robot with honeybee brain >>
* Meet The 2012 MacArthur Foundation “Genius” Scientists >>

* Cow Engineered to Make Hypoallergenic Whey-Free Milk >>
* Boeing’s New Space Junk Scheme Clears Debris With a Cloud Of Ballistic Gas >>
* Debunking Antimatter Rockets for Interstellar Travel >>

* Six Ways Mushrooms can Save the World >>
* Ray Kurzweil talk at DEMO Oct. 2 to be streamed live >>
* Broad Group J220 Sky City Funded with Dec, 2012 Construction Start >>

* One Way That Bird Brains Could Be Superior to Mammal Brains >>
* Next-Gen Nest Thermostat Gets Even Cooler and Smarter >>
* Design to ‘harpoon satellites’ >>

* Artificial Toes from Ancient Egypt Confirmed as World’s Oldest Prostheses >>
* Big Idea: Tap The Healing Power of Poop >>
* How to build a business without giving away the store >>

* What an Astronaut Sees From Space, With a NASA Scientist as Your Guide >>
* Steve Jobs, Romanticism, and the Marriage of Technology and Humanities >>
* Scientists: Let’s Make the Next Space Exploration Probe a Boat >>

* Toyota Unveils Super-Compact Car With Location-Based Ads >>
* Corporate to Start-up: Can You Make The Leap? >>
* The Innovators Behind 10 Hot Technologies >>

* Fujitsu demos ad transmission technology, sends info from TV to handset via smartphone camera (video) >>
* Home 3D Printing Is Killing The Manufacturing Industry >>
* DARPA launches first phase of “open source” vehicle design challenge >>

* Adult stem cells change their epigenome to generate new organs >>
* Robot artist learns masters’ brush strokes >>
* Genes thought to affect IQ might not >>

* Fujitsu develops eye tracking technology >>
* Teens willing to gamble on unknown >>
* Medical tests may shrink with sound ‘tweezers’ >>

* Researchers find ordered atoms in glass materials >>
* Quantum causal relations: A causes B causes A >>
* Acoustic cell-sorting chip may lead to cell phone-sized medical labs >>

* In 16,345 Photographs, Capturing The Entire Planet >>
* New project aims to upload a honey bee’s brain into a flying insectobot by 2015 >>
* Hacking Projects To Use Data To Solve Hunger >>

* Year-Long Missions Could Be Added to Space Station Manifest >>
* Stem cells improve visual function in blind mice >>
* The Most Expensive Home Movie Ever >>

* Reality: Is everything made of numbers? >>
* FYI: Could “Smiles,” The Psychedelic Drug Implicated In An Actor’s Death, Cause Violent Behavior? >>
* 3-D Printing Company Confiscates Wiki Weapon Project’s Printer >>

* V3Solar spinning solar cone solves many concentrated solar design issues >>
* Visions Of The Future: Carl Rinsch Creates Robot Dogs Remotely Controlled By Humans >>
* Researchers create most detailed, 3-D rendering of key region of mammal lung >>

* Intelligence is in the genes, but where? >>
* Surgeons recreate eggs in vitro to treat infertility >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 October 2012 >>

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