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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 July 2013

* First Open Source Airplane Could Cost Just $15,000 >>
* Japanese company Genepax presents car that runs on nothing but water. >>
* MicroLED display for next-generation Google Glass demo >>

* Photons May Emit Faster-Than-Light Particles, Physicists Suggest >>
* Apple’s new iPhone ‘has fingerprint sensor’ >>
* Modern resuscitation may allow doctors to reanimate people 24 hours after death >>

* An Inflatable Emergency Airborne Communications Network >>
* Nano-harpoons for Silk Brain Interfaces >>
* Microsoft Invents Futuristic Notebook with Transparent Display, Projection System >>

* Incredible Technology: How to Explore the Microscopic World >>
* Two Compounds Capable of Crossing the Blood-Brain Barrier May Halt Alzheimer’s >>
* World’s largest gamma-ray telescope to be built in Russia’s Buryatia >>

* 5 Body Modifications That Can Give You A Sixth Sense >>
* 8 Things We Simply Don’t Understand About the Human Brain >>
* Intel ditching facial recognition features for its upcoming set-top box >>

* These guys want you to crowdfund their space railroad >>
* Computer scientists develop mathematical jigsaw puzzles to encrypt software >>
* The Era of Memory Engineering Has Arrived >>

* First test flight of 3D-printed surveillance drone >>
* Digital wallet apps unfold as phone users, businesses catch on >>

* New York police modify SUVs to allow cops to spot drivers who are texting while driving >>
* Google Glass users could be hit with hefty data bills due to huge data strain >>
* Radio waves carry news of climate change >>

* Reprogramming patients’ cells offers powerful new tool treating blood diseases >>
* Apple Patents Triple Sensor, Triple Lens iPhone Camera, Better Resolution, Color >>
* How Google Is Quietly Taking Over >>

* Hack Your Own Wireless Leash >>
* Can Ultra HD “4K” Really Help The TV Industry? >>
* Water-Enabled Lithography Creates Long Graphene Nanoribbons >>

* Medical Professor Shows Google Glass Doesn’t Have To Be Dumb >>
* Huge Six-Legged Robot Crabster Goes Swimming >>

* This Voice-Activated Organizing Robot Makes Sure You’ll Never Lose A Screw >>
* Could Dragons Have Existed If Evolution Had Taken A Different Turn? >>
* Good News For Flexible Electronics: Scientists Invent A Stretchy Gold Conductor >>

* How Slow-Motion Video Will Take Over The Internet >>
* The Ethics of Saving Lives With Autonomous Cars Are Far Murkier Than You Think >>
* The Trouble With Teleportatio >>

* ‘Smart’ homes open doors to hackers >>
* Is Forecast; 50 Billion Internet-Connected Things by 2020 Conservative? >>
* Why the Internet Needs Cognitive Protocols >>

* Architecture Fiction: concrete-eating robot >>
* Race to $100 genome sequencing >>
* Artificial Intelligence Is the Most Important Technology of the Future >>

* Herpes Virus Shoots DNA Into Human Cells With Crazy High Internal Pressure >>
* Printing silver onto fibers could pave the way for flexible, wearable electronics >>
* Future Windows Could Use a Biomimetic Circulatory System to Save Energy >>

* With this device, you can control a rat using the power of your mind >>
* How To Build A 3-D Printer For Space >>
* Bain’s list of eight trends to 2020 >>

* LED Lights Make Augmented Vision a Reality >>
* Farm 432: handy kitchen appliance that breeds fly larva for protein >>
* Printing in gel takes 3D printing freeform and enables an undo function >>
* Researchers overcome hurdles in quest for inexpensive, durable electronics, solar cells >>

* DARPA to Genetically Engineer Humans by Adding a 47th Chromosome >>
* Next Generation Sequencing 2013: Looking Into Genomes >>
* With this device, you can control a rat using the power of your mind >>

* Reverse Aging of Human Muscle Tissue >>
* Controlling contagion by restricting mobility >>
* Augmented Reality: Sonar mapping for mobiles >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 July 2013 >>

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