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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 5 July 2013

* Football generates enough electricity during 30-minute game to power light for 3 hrs >>
* Plasma thruster could propel small satellites into deep space for cheap >>
* Did Andromeda crash into the Milky Way 10 billion years ago? >>

* Microscopic Tuning Forks Could Make Difference Between Life/Death in Hospital >>
* MIT Project Lets You ‘Spy’ On Your Own Email Metadata, Just Like the NSA >>
* An Aluminium Fuel Cell – Why Is Government Blocking It? >>

* Using a Smartphone’s Eyes and Ears to Log Your Every Move >>
* Biological microprocessor, or how to build a computer with biological parts >>
* Flexible Glass Could Make Tablets Lighter and Solar Power Cheaper >>

* An all-glass lab-on-a-chip >>
* Nature’s Algorithms for Learning and Prospering in a Complex World >>
* An app to save lives: Medlert is the ‘fastest way to get medical help >>

* First man to hear people before they speak >>
* The Next Big Thing for Exploring the Distant Universe: Balloons >>
* Why So Many People Are Mourning The Passing Of Doug Engelbart >>

* White dwarf star throws light on possible variability of a constant of Nature >>
* Tech companies are cooperating with US intelligence agencies more than you think >>
* Solar-powered ‘family car’ of the future prepares to race across the Outback >>

* The new word in electronics is ‘plastics’ >>
* New catalyst could cut cost of making hydrogen fuel >>
* Time-lapse map shows DNA development in growing brain >>

* Mystery radio bursts blamed on black hole ‘blitzars’ >>
* Photo app lets you swipe to view a scene from any angle >>
* Skin-deep modelling holds key to natural digital faces >>

* 200-Year-Old Fish Caught Off Alaska >>
* Antibody-Drug Conjugates and Cancer Treatment: Making “Smart Bombs” Smarter >>
* Can Matter Exist Without Space? [Video] >>

* Research uncovers dynamic changes in the epigenome that occur during brain circuitry formation >>
* Technological breakthrough paves the way for better drugs >>
* Laser system allows determination of atomic binding energy of the rarest element >>

* A Battery and a “Bionic” Ear: a Hint of 3-D Printing’s Promise >>
* Ramez Naam: The World Needs Innovation. Don’t Be a Spectator, Participate! >>
* Technology improves, but ‘smart’ cities still a hard sell >>

* One Man’s Quest To Make Medical Technology Affordable To All >>
* The U.S. Government Tracks All The Snail Mail You Send Too >>
* Mobile Apps That Help You Run A Business While Running Around >>

* In a Security Test, 3-D Printed Gun Smuggled Into Israeli Parliament >>
* Laser Blood Scan Could Help Identify Malaria and Other Diseases >>
* Ask Slashdot: Permanent Preservation of Human Knowledge? >>

* Golden triangle of happiness revealed >>
* World’s first search engine AltaVista to be shut down >>

* How Military Counterinsurgency Software Is Being Adapted To Tackle Gang Violence >>
* 3D printing the highest skyscraper? 600km tall structures may be feasible. >>

* Robugtix’s 3D-printed T8 spiderbot will terrify your friends for $1,350 (video) >>
* Google Teases The Moto X, A Fully Customizable Smartphone From Motorola >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 4 July 2013 >>
* Futureseek Daily Paper >>

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