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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 11-16 October 2012 (catchup)

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* Robotic wheelchair concept adds leg-like movement, tackles stairs with ease (video) >>
* ‘Nanoflowers’ increase battery and supercapacitor storage capacity >>
* Researchers study formation of early cellular life >>

* Crowd-sourcing a cure for cancer >>
* Do Animals Feel Guilt? >>
* Zeiss Cinemizer head-mounted OLED display wends its way into stores >>

* Know-It-All App Lets You Learn Without Thinking >>
* Laser pulses freeze electrons in motion >>
* Tatooine Times Two: Amateur Astronomers Find Planet in Four-Star System >>
* Our big brains may make us prone to cancer >>

* How Quantum Mechanics Was Born From the Need For a Better Lightbulb [Video] >>
* Language is shaped by brain’s desire for clarity and ease >>
* Singularity Summit – Peter Norvig Director of Research at Google #SS12 >>

* Scientists reveal brain circuitry involved in post-traumatic stress and related disorders >>
* Where Will The Next Pandemic Come From? And How Can We Stop It? >>
* Human Life Span Took Huge Jump in Past Century >>

* Citizen Planet Hunters Find a Planet in a Four-Star System >>
* Watch: Incredible Headcam Video from Felix’s Freefall >>
* Hubble 3.0 will measure surfaces of habitable exoplanets by 2035 >>

* Forget Telepresence! Smellepresence Is Here At Last >>
* What Happened Before The Big Bang? >>
* Could This Test Objectively Measure Human Consciousness? >>

* The surprise theory of everything >>
* Creating instant graphene electronic devices on demand >>
* Scientists reveal brain circuitry involved in post-traumatic stress and related disorders >>

* How Quantum Mechanics Was Born From the Need For a Better Lightbulb [Video] >>
* Singularity Summit – Jaan Tallinn on Hard Takeoff Singularity and a Simulation Universe #SS12 >>
* A New Breed Of 3-D Printer Builds Huge Objects From The Top Down >>
* Singularity Rising: Surviving and Thriving in a Smarter, Richer, and More Dangerous World >>

* Robotic wheelchair from Chiba Tech turns wheels into legs and climbs over steps >>
* There Are Big Differences Between 3d Printing & VR >>
* A Supercomputer On the Moon To Direct Deep Space Traffic >>

* NASA making anti-motion sickness nasal spray >>
* Neck implant eases chronic migraine >>
* IBM’s Watson Expands Commercial Applications, Aims to Go Mobile >>

* Video of the Space Jump Daredevil’s Launch [Video] >>
* Which Exoplanet to Visit? >>
* No Substitute For Artificial Gravity >>

* Mind reading machine in the making >>
* Futureseek Daily Paper is out! >>
* This $41,500 Fridge Almost Eliminates The Need For A Kitchen >>

* A New Theory of Psychosis? >>
* The Mars Landing and Artificial Intelligence >>
* The Telemach Theorem impacts on the Anticipated Black Hole Formation at CERN >>

* Connectomics: Sebastian Seung vs. Tony Movshon, Columbia 2012 >>
* Your Next Car Could Come With Transparent Back Seats >>
* DRM Could Come To 3D Printers >>

* Why The Cloud Hasn’t Solved The Office Paperwork Problem >>
* Physicists Devise Test For Whether the Universe Is a Simulation >>
* PredictGaze Pauses Video When You Leave the Room >>

* Singing Mice Can Change Their Tune >>
* Galaxies, Stars, and Dust
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* Tiny ruler is golden ticket to see diseases in action >>

* 6 TEDxTalks envisioning the city of the future >>
* Space Shuttle Endeavour Picture .. >>
* The Mystery of Red Giants in the Universe –Solved! >>

* A complex logic circuit made from bacterial genes >>
* Scientists identify mammal model of bladder regeneration >>
* Your Next Doctor Might Be Your Car >>

* This Week In Bots: Digging For Moon Water, Droids Going Mobile, And Swarming RoboBees >>
* Probe data reveals a surface on Titan that’s soft, sandy, and fragile [Video] >>
* Brain Implant Detects, Responds to Disease >>

* Using Your iPhone To Detect Ear Infections Also Keeps the Doctor Away [Video] >>
* Forget Robo-Cop, Here Comes Robo-Security Guard >>
* ‘Invisibility’ could be a key to better electronics: >>

* How Cosmic Ray Muons Could Reveal Hidden Nuclear Waste >>
* A touchscreen that knows how you feel >>
* 7 DARPA Challenges We Want to See Next >>

* A Startup Finds a Better Way to Mine Your Facebook Past >>
* Looking into the future (trends slideshow) >>
* The world’s first 3D-printed guitar >>

* 3D model for lung cancer mimics the real thing >>
* i beam interface combines sight and touch for an intuitive one handed tablet UI experience >>
* Futureseek Daily Paper is out! >>

* THE FUTURIST Magazine Releases Its Top 10 Forecasts for 2013 and Beyond >>
* ATLAST: The Gargantuan Telescope Designed to Find Life on Other Planets >>
* Breast Cancer-Sensing Bra Detects Tumors Years Before Some Mammograms >>

* Dyson Sphere Hunt Using Kepler Data >>
* Needle-Free Injections Perfected Using Supersonic Liquid Microjets >>
* How to print headphones >>

* Mysterious algorithm was 4% of trading activity last week >>
* Researchers unravel the secret to making cheap, high-density data storage >>
* Extending Einstein’s theory beyond light speed >>

* 3D printing may put global supply chains out of business: report >>
* Glowing DNA allows for high speed disease detection >>
* Rain Man Robot Builds Ramps With Thousands of Randomly Tossed Toothpicks [Video] >>

* How Cell-Phone Data Could Slow the Spread of Malaria >>
* Everything You Need To Know About The Deadly Meningitis Outbreak >>
* Researchers Create ‘Nanoflowers’ for Energy Storage, Solar Cells >>

* How Blue Light And Caffeine Will Help Humans Move To Mars >>
* A Handheld Projector You Might Actually Want >>
* Phil Zimmermann’s Silent Circle builds a secure, seductive fortress around your smartphone >>

* How cancer cells break free from tumors and spread >>
* AR app from docomo translates menus and signs in real time >>
* Bendable Microchips Could Make Smarter Sensors >>

* Humanity+ @ San Francisco ‘Writing the Future’ (CORRECTED) >>
* The Measurement That Would Reveal The Universe As A Computer Simulation >>
* A wireless low-power, high-quality EEG headset >>

* Laugh at the future while you still can >>
* Testing if the universe is particular type of computer simulation >>
* Robot learns using IKEA-style instructions >>

* Dinos’ DNA Demise: Genetic Material Has a 521-Year Half-Life >>
* Meet Polaris, The First Ice-Drilling Lunar Prospector-Bot >>
* Complex Brains Existed 520 Million Years Ago in Cockroach Relative >>

* An Escape from Automated Customer Support Hell >>
* Calligraphy robot uses a Motion Copy System to reproduce detailed brushwork >>
* The cloud will expand human brain capacity: Kurzweil >>

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