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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 October 2012

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* 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

October 19, 2012 Leave a comment

* 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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