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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 March 2013

* Engineers enable bulk silicon to emit visible light for the first time >>
* Google Glass Will Be Made In The U.S.A In Santa Clara >>
* Location Data Can Uniquely Identify Cellphone Users >>

* Please Don’t Panic: A Texas Biodefense Lab Loses A Vial Of Virus >>
* Microscale medical sensors inserted under skin powered wirelessly >>
* Scientists Engineer Microorganisms To Make Fuel From Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide >>

* A Robot With Heart >>
* Disruptors 2013 >>
* Tree-based solar cells point the way to recyclable energy sources >>

* Mozilla And Epic Games Bring Unreal Engine 3 To The Web, No Plugin Needed >>
* The coming of the industrial internet >>
* A Horizon Rainbow in Paris >>

* Raytheon Wants To Give Military Pilots Superhuman Hearing >>
* GigaOM Mobilize >>
* Rejuvenating blood by reprogramming stem cells >>

* 5 Steps to a 3-D Printed Eyeball >>
* First Mini-Supernovas Discovered >>
* It s Electric: Biologists Seek to Crack Cell s Bioelectric Code >>

* Structural Analysis 1st Stage Reaction Chamber; Thrust Structure Project Icarus >>
* Why IBM Made a Liquid Transistor >>
* Quality control opens path to synthetic biology’s Ikea >>

* Smartphone app measures UV exposure issues warning of getting sun burnt >>
* $100-million quantum computing fund established in Canada >>
* The Age of the 3D Printed Gun >>

* Brain Size Didn’t Drive Evolution, Research Suggests >>
* Animation Sophistication: The Croods Required 80 Million Compute Hours >>
* Flipboard 2.0 Lets You Curate Your Own Stunning Digital Magazines >>

* New Google Chrome release improves in-browser spell chekcer >>
* Whoa! Mini-Supernovas Discovered >>
* A Library For Printed Furniture, At Your Fingertips >>

* News 2050: 10,000m tower opens >>
* New process to make nanospheres >>
* New World’s Lightest Material >>

* VIDEO: Is jet stream to blame for bad weather? >>
* Biggest ever attack slows internet >>
* A fish with a see-through head >>

* Imagery on Google Maps of Fukushima Exclusion Zone Town Namie-machi >>
* The end of humanity >>
* World’s first 40 to 60 Gbps silicon photonics modulator >>

* Google picks 8,000 to test Web-linked glasses >>
* ‘Matrix’ creators new TV series ‘Sense8’ >>
* Robots from outer space are somehow less terrifying >>

* Research uses muscle activity to move virtual objects (w/ video) >>
* New Theory of How Giant Stars Grow Unveiled >>
* Google Gives Tablet Video Viewers A Taste Of Its Knowledge Graph >>

* Birdemic 2 >>
* Volvo Demos a Nifty Cyclist Detection System >>
* Google Launches Maps Engine Lite, Makes It Easy To Create Advanced Custom Maps >>

* The Dawn of Genome Trolling >>
* Computer Tracks Spider Species By Analyzing Webs >>
* Apple Buys An Indoor Mapping Company, Having Finished With The Outdoors >>

* Speed Of Light In Vacuum Is Not Actually Constant, Study Finds >>
* Mobile Phone Use Patterns Identify Individuals Better Than Fingerprints >>
* Google at $1000 – The Big Lesson For Innovators Everywhere >>

* Speech Recognition Technology — The New Mouse For The Digital Age >>
* 3 Reasons Why Your Predictions Of The Future Will Go Wrong >>
* This modified microbe could turn carbon emissions into fuel >>

* what the robot cops look like in J.J. Abrams new series Human? >>
* HVDC Supergrid Technologies Besting Expectations >>
* The Search For Another Earth | Video >>

* Life Among the Comets >>
* New Stars: Blazing and Blue >>
* It’s 2050. Do You Know Where Your Wine Comes From? >>

* Amphibious Salamander-Like Robot Swims In Water, Crawls On Land >>
* Cobweb recognition system counts spider species >>
* Crowd-sensing apps tap every stranger’s eyes and ears >>

* Bumper haul of cancer genes promises better prevention >>
* Gut bacteria swap is key to knifeless gastric bypass >>
* IEEE International Symposium on Technology and Society >>

* Solar cells that can be recycled >>
* Adidas Energy Boost Running Shoes Review >>
* Blowing in the wind: How accurate is thermography of horses’ legs? >>

* Enabling the next generation of computer scientists with CS4HS >>
* Buzz Aldrin’s Moon Toothbrush (And Much, Much More) Is For Sale >>
* Small molecule disrupts cancer-causing protein >>

* Genetic ‘roulette’ gives tiny cells their sex >>
* Researchers successfully map fountain of youth >>
* US Number of cancer survivors expected to increase to 18 million by 2022 >>

* Color-code test finds 10x more biomarkers >>
* The future of genomic medicine is here >>
* Wired Space Photo of the Day: One Star, Two Star, Red Star, Blue Star >>

* Kevin Warwick: You Have To Take Risks To Be Part Of The Future >>
* Stress Reduction Equals Life Extension >>
* Mitochondria in possibilities for life prolongation – Part 1:basics >>
* Quality control opens path to synthetic biology’s Ikea >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 March 2013 >>

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