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Futureseek DailyLink Review; 28 June 2013

* Could Superman Punch Someone Into Space? >>
* How To Intelligently Build An Internet Of Things (IoT) >>
* A Data Repository For Artificial Body Parts >>

* Meet Handibot, the First CNC MIll You Can Take With You >>
* New fiber: 1.6 terabits per second New fiber optic technology >>
* Startup Will Launch Constellation of Tiny Monitoring Satellites >>

* Microsoft Sees Its Next Big Thing In The Internet Of Things >>
* Siri’s creators demonstrate predictive assistant for office workers >>
* Bloodhound robot navigates by its sense of smell >>

* Extreme-ultraviolet microscope goes online at Berkeley Lab >>
* The ‘Internet of cars’ is approaching a crossroads >>
* Neurala to turn robots into ‘adaptive, learning beings’ >>

* Mouse cloned from drop of blood >>
* New laser remotely detects what substances are made of >>
* Kinect tracks bionic rescue roaches >>

* Google developing gaming console, smartwatch, and more in major Android expansion >>
* Body-heat powered flashlight takes teen to Google Science Fair >>
* What is Jelly? Twitter co-founder’s mysterious new startup >>

* Can Wi-Fi let you see people through walls? >>
* The electrified brain: the power and promise of neural implants >>
* World’s Largest Artificial Neural Network >>

* Three Days left Planetary Resources Kickstarter Public Space Telescope >>
* Inflatable arm will soften up anti-bomb robot >>
* Electric Avenue: When the people have the power >>

* Babies Recognize Each Other’s Moods, Study Says >>
* Dad Sequences Daughter’s Genome To Pinpoint Her Rare Syndrome >>
* Inside The Most Expensive Science Experiment Ever >>

* This New Contact Lens Basically Turns Your Eye Into a Telescope >>
* These Pacemakers Adjust To Your Breathing So You Can Stay Active >>
* How a Fridge Full of Beer That Only Unlocks for Canadians Gets Made >>

* The DNA Data Deluge >>
* 30 under 30: Innovating Beyond Molecules in Nanotech and Cancer Medicine >>
* Xerox PARC Tackles Online Dating’s Biggest Conundrum >>

* Meet 15 Finalists 2013 Google Science Fair >>
* How Amateur Astronomers Can Help LADEE >>
* We’ve Found 10,000 Near-Earth Objects. How To Step Up The Search? >>

* How does spacetime get bent? >>
* The four-hundred-year mystery of the Ashen Light of Venus >>
* A Smarter Smoke Detector That Tracks The Horrible Air You’re Breathing >>

* How to move a 17-ton particle physics experiment 3,200 miles >>
* Rise Of The Telepresence Robots >>
* Ford Admits Auto Industry Slow To Innovate, Praises Silicon Valley (Video) >>

* Why Building A Distributed Data Supply Chain Is More Important Than Big Data >>
* Automated Plate Readers Let Police Collect Millions of Records On Drivers >>
* Meet PRISM’s English Little Brother: Socmint >>

* NASA’s NEXT Ion Thruster Runs Five and a Half Years Nonstop To Set New Record >>
* Handibot Smart Tool hits Kickstarter, cuts in 3D with mobile controls (video) >>
* Apparently, Someday We’ll Feel ‘Lonely’ Without Google Glass >>

* How I Created a Four-Story-Tall Print of One of My Photographs >>
* Heat Wave May Threaten World’s Hottest Temp. Record >>
* Magnetically Controlled Microrobots for Minimally Invasive Eye Surgeries >>

* Unbelievably Detailed Maps Track AIDS In The U.S. >>
* Startup Plans Constellation of Tiny Monitoring Satellites >>
* New To The Cloud: Your House Keys >>

* Tim O’Reilly: The World’s 7 Most Powerful Data Scientists >>
* New Leisure Suit Larry Is One Giant Kickstarter Reward >>

* Digital Grotesque, a 3D-Printed Room >>
* Google To Provide Hikers with Trekker Street View Backpacks >>
* No more soggy maps! First WEARABLE map helps hikers navigate in all weathers >>

* Asteroids Galore! 10,000th Near-Earth Object Discovered >>
* NIST to create center for advanced materials research >>
* 3D printer can make doll-sized twin in 24 hours… even down to freckles >>

* New Device Slices Through Cancer Tissue to Prevent Repeat Lumpectomies (VIDEO) >>
* Telescopic Contact Lens System for AMD Allows Switching Between Normal, Zoom Modes >>
* Men can be ‘wives’ and women ‘husbands’ as Government overrules the dictionary >>

* Wars of the future will be short, sharp and bloody, says Army chief >>
* These Charts Prove That College Is More Important Than Ever >>
* Why Machines That Can Do Human Things Won’t Replace Us Anytime Soon >>

* Smart light bulbs shine >>
* Intel: Intelligent Everything; >>
* Crowding into Biotech’s Densest Supercluster >>

* Origins of human throwing unlocked >>
* Researcher Dreams Up Machines That Learn Without Humans >>
* Innovation Isn’t Dead (It’s Just Different) >>

* Proposed ‘deflector shield’ could protect astronauts from radiation >>
* Artificial Vital Organs and Medical Bionics Market USD 32.3 Billion Globally in 2018 >>
* The Integration of Stem Cell Medicine >>

* UK pledges fresh support for revolutionary space engine >>
* Ten percent of brain myth >>

* Type 1 diabetes vaccine hailed as ‘significant step’ >>
* Japanese Robots: Yaskawa Motoman Opens Shop in China >>

* Futureseek DailyLink Review; 27 June 2013 >>

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