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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 March 2013

* Researcher Says Radar Tech Could Detect Guns At School >>
* Artificial Wearable Lung to Help Patients be Mobile Before Transplant >>
* Laser empties atoms from the inside out >>

* Microsoft working to bring natural language, speech input to Excel >>
* Antimatter’s Magnetic Charge Revealed >>
* Google starts a TV white space trial in South Africa to wirelessly link schools >>

* Paintable Electronics Pave the Way for Cheaper Gadgets >>
* Researchers decode biology of blood and iron disorders mapping future therapies >>
* Japanese robot actroid-SIT gets more social >>

* Predictive Smartphone Assistant Gives You a Heads-Up >>
* Google Shut Down Reader Because It Was Scared of More Screw-Ups >>
* The Most Incredible Pictures Of Every Planet In Our Solar System >>

* intelligentM System Automates Hand Washing Compliance in Hospitals (w/video) >>
* Yet another experiment shows conscious decisions are made unconsciously, in advance >>
* Should We Bring Extinct Species Back to Life? >>

* Bacteria power ‘bio-battery’ breakthrough >>
* NASA to Launch 13,000 Square Foot Kapton Solar Sail in 2014 >>
* Nanotools for neuroscience and brain activity mapping >>

* Why we need supercomputers to show how clouds and climate change work >>
* Windows Blue: What can we expect from Microsoft’s next operating system? >>
* Google Reader Was A Victim Of Privacy Concerns, Reports AllThingsD >>

* Future of education eliminates the classroom, because the world is your class >>
* Can Innovation Be Automated? >>
* Are Your Doctor’s Hands Clean? This Wristband Knows >>

* Shrinking Blob Computes Travelling Salesman Solutions >>
* Ramez Naam: Innovation is the Infinite Resource >>
* 10 Quotes on Cloud Computing That Really Say it All >>

* What Google Glass And the Android Smartwatch Are Really All About >>
* Curiosity is Back ! Snapping Fresh Martian Vistas >>
* 5 ways big data is going to blow your mind and change your world >>

* Big Data Is Opening Doors, but Maybe Too Many >>
* Heart repair breakthroughs replace surgeon’s knife >>
* Better Eyes for Flying Robots >>

* 8 Totally Cool Uses for Drones >>
* Australian Man Earns Bravery Award For Pulling Shark Off Victim >>
* Mainly Microbe – Meet Your Microbiome!! >>

* Scientists build a nanoscale glass blower >>
* Chinese university creates world’s lightest material >>
* Nanowires boost photovoltaics sunlight capture by 15X >>

* Why we study duck penises >>
* Internal Clocks Tell Roosters It’s Crow Time >>
* Does computer code need a new, universal language? >>

* Tomorrow’s world: A guide to the next 150 years >>
* Latest Info on the “2045 Initiative” >>
* Advances in Telomere Research and Testing >>

* Exoskeletons to boost manufacturing worker productivity by 30%.. >>
* Gaming Apps to Unlock Video Archive Footage >>
* Microchip Adapts to Severe Damage >>

* How the Science of Swarms Can Help Us Fight Cancer and Predict the Future >>
* Belgian boffins boast after boosting TCP to 50 Gbps >>
* 4D Printing Self-Building Space Stations! >>

* What Google Glass And the Android Smartwatch Are Really All About >>
* Brain Activity Linked to DNA Damage >>
* Social Web Will Help Protect Us From Another Dot-Com Fizzle >>

* Danny Hillis: The Internet could crash. We need a Plan B >>
* Mira: Next-Generation Supercomputer >>

* Brain Activity Linked to DNA Damage >>
* A Doctor Hacks His iPhone to Detect a Parasite That Plagues Billions >>
* The promise and perils of a datafied world >>

* Planet-of-the-Apes Hypothesis –Will Intelligence be a Constant in Universe? >>
* China High-Speed Rail Nears 10,000 Kilometers, Plans To Expand to 50,000 By 2020 >>
* No Supersonic Tennis Balls Will Be Sneaking Up on the World’s Most Advanced Radar >>

* Forty-six gene sequencing test for cancer patients in UK >>
* 30 Quadrotors Form a Star Trek Constellation In the London Skyline >>
* Pentagon Wants a Computer That Can Teach Itself >>

* What’s so bad about extinction, anyway? >>
* If the Military’s Future Stealth Jet Fails, the Navy’s Got a Backup Plan >>
* Printing New Organs with Stem Cells >>

* Steve Jobs Was Wrong — Consumers Want To Rent Their Music, Not Own It >>
* Why Is Google Killing Google Reader? >>
* Orbotix launches new Sphero AR tools to get the ball rolling on development >>

* Moore’s Law vs. Wright’s Law >>
* Sauna Visits May Lower Sperm Count >>
* Schizophrenia risk shows up in kids’ brain scans >>

* Antibiotics work better when germs self-destruct >>
* Network of the future, beyond theory >>
* Personal monitor system could change healthcare >>

* Future Of Mobile Commerce Is Bright >>
* Tallest Building In The Southern Hemisphere Will Rise In Melbourne >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 March 2013 >>

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