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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 October 2012

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* 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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