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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 October 2012

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* 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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