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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 October 2013

September 30, 2013 Leave a comment

* Scientists Have Figured Out How to Turn Off Hunger >>
* Radar technology that can detect heartbeats in rubble >>
* Peachy Printer Kickstarter Promises $100 3D Printer and Scanner – Can They Do It? >>

* We Calculated How Much Your Soul Is Actually Worth >>
* Did Venus Give Earth the Moon? Wild New Theory on Lunar History >>
* Spike Kickstarter Project Puts Accurate Laser Measurement Hardware Right On Your Smartphone >>

* How Big The Internet Of Things Could Become; 200 devices per person >>
* World’s First Commercially Viable Remote Wireless Power System >>
* Engineers invent programming language to build synthetic DNA >>

* World’s First Quantum Metamaterial Unveiled >>
* The New Kinect Will Understand Two People Talking Simultaneously >>

* Novel technology produces gasoline by metabolically-engineered microorganism >>
* Tiny medical electronics dissolve harmlessly inside your body >>

* A new paradigm for nanoscale resolution MRI has been experimentally achieved >>
* MLB’s iBeacon Experiment May Signal A Whole New Ball Game For Location Tracking >>
* Vending Machine Uses Cloud Technology to Personalize Your Purchases >>

* Who knew that blood, sweat and tears could start a health care revolution? >>
* Did Venus Give Earth the Moon? Wild New Theory on Lunar History >>
* Scientists discover brain circuitry that triggers overeating >>

* Insertable ring could prevent HIV in women >>
* Monitoring Dynamic Blood Flow On The Cheap >>
* Japan glasses translate menu as you read >>

* Harnessing the power of lightning to charge a mobile phone >>
* Engineers invent programming language to build synthetic DNA >>
* Study asks ‘does it really matter if God exists?’ >>

* Improving lithium-ion batteries with nanoscale research >>
* The Very First Image of a Hydrogen Bond >>
* The Selfish World-Brain: In Praise of Digital Narcissism >>

* Light-bending black hole mimic is first you can watch >>
* Why Qualcomm Is Betting on Wireless Health >>

* The Tunneling Transistor >>
* Black-hole eruption nearby is a warning for us all >>
* Just How Smart Is Artificial Intelligence? >>

* NASA wants investigations for a Mars 2020 rover >>
* Meet NASA’s Futuristic Drone Research Lab >>
* Quantum computers: Trust is good, proof is better >>

* The entire Being Human conference, on Fora TV. >>
* Why Didn’t ETs, Or Self Replicating Machines, Colonize Our Solar System Millions Of Years Ago? >>

* Why does the human brain create false memories? >>
* Apple, Google, Microsoft, and others back NSA and FBI transparency bills >>
* Surveillance AI Is Learning To Interpret Human Behavior >>

* Wearable technology is moving in the wrong direction >>
* Are there too many people? >>
* Watch the Sagrada Familia’s endless construction come to a close >>

* Facebook is telling TV networks how many people chat about their shows >>
* Facebook Graph Search gets more useful with comments and statuses >>

* The Next Thing In Online Shopping? Avatars >>
* With latest SpaceX launch, Musk says he has ‘all pieces of the puzzle’ for reusable rocket
>>
* A Powerful Particle Accelerator The Size Of A Speck Of Glitter >>

* Google Web Designer launches in beta, available now as a free download >>
* Today’s Internet is the mobile Internet >>
* How a CPU is made >>

* Anti-AIDS and Anti-Tumor Properties Discovered in Siberian Mushroom >>
* Calculating God >>
* A New Hypothesis on the Nature of Black Holes >>

* Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 September 2013 >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 September 2013

September 30, 2013 Leave a comment

* Scientists want to turn smartphones into earthquake sensors >>
* Japan aims to beam solar energy down from orbit >>
* Orbital becomes second private company to ISS, joining Elon Musk’s SpaceX. >>

* Quantum Computers Check Each Other’s Work >>
* Microsoft And The Complicated Gaming War That Is Unfolding >>
* A.I smartwatch is also a standalone Android smartphone (video) >>

* How well does accident-prevention technology work? >>
* How LinkedIn Plans to Disrupt the World >>
* How a CPU is made >>

* Spacex reusable rocket re-ignition not successful, Spacex believes can fix next luanch >>
* AdTrap/Kickstarter >>
* iMotion kickstarts motion controllers inspired by ‘Minority Report’ and Oculus Rift >>

* X chromosome actually looks like pasta, not the letter X >>
* Next orbiter to focus on Mars atmosphere >>
* Apps to kill time: Take the Idiot Test >>

* 81% Internet-using teenagers reported that they are active on social-networking sites >>
* NASA’s Voyager 1 Mission Far From Over >>
* Tyler Cowen: Average Is Over >>

* Oracle Team USA Gets Big Data Wet >>
* Researchers Build A Particle Accelerator On A Chip >>
* Watch This Video, Quit Your Job, Dump Your Boyfriend >>

* In the Future, Wars Will Be Fought with Lasers and Robots >>
* Broadcom fries up ‘5G’ Wi-Fi chips to chuck in your connected car >>
* 3D Printed Toothbrush Tailored to Your Teeth >>

* Stanford University Builds the World’s First Carbon Nanotube Computer >>
* Number of Confirmed Alien Planets Nears 1,000 >>
* interactive map of our galaxy’s habitable planets: >>

* Robotic Boat Hits 1000-Mile Mark in Transatlantic Crossing >>
* Lifeless Earth: What if everything died out tomorrow? >>
* Video Friday: PR2 Surrogates, Zombie F-16s, and Bot & Dolly’s Box >>

* The next big ideas from the ‘Idea Man’ >>
* Reverse ageing by boosting cells’ energy factories >>
* Spray-On Technique Could Bring Carbon Nanotubes to Retailers’ Shelves >>

* *The Age of Oversupply* >>
* 3D-Printed Robot to Break Android PINs >>
* Trained Police Rats Sniff Out Crime In The Netherlands >>

* Google Search Is Getting Even Smarter >>
* All 1.2 Billion Facebook Users on a Single Page >>
* Matchstick-sized sensor can record your private chats >>

* Corkscrewing Lasers Could Be the Key to Unlimited Bandwidth >>
* World’s First Fully Bionic, Mind-Controlled Leg Goes for a Walk >>
* Bill Gates: Ctrl-Alt-Delete “Was a Mistake” >>

* Real-Time Sensor Double Checks What’s in Your IV Drip >>
* NASA Picks 10 New Space Tech Innovations for Funding >>
* Galaxy 200 Million Times Heavier Than Our Sun Spotted | Video >>

* The Problem With Home Automation’s Internet Of Things (IoT) >>
* Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Just Got One Step Closer To Reality >>

* Google Improves Knowledge Graph With Comparisons And Filters, Brings Cards >>
* NASA Tech for Other Planets Could Save Lives on Earth >>
* Trying On Russia’s AR Moto Helmet With Fighter-Jet Specs >>

* Can Samsung Be The Next Microsoft? >>
* Moving IT Beyond The ‘Department Of No’ >>
* How CIOs and IT Teams Can Make IT Matter Again >>

* Big Data From Smart Grid Tells Utilities More Than They Want To Know >>
* How To Turn Corporations Into Innovation Machines >>

* How Technology Changes The Skills We Need To Learn >>
* How Neuroscience Is Changing Medicine >>
* How Google’s New Web Tracking Plan Could Give It Monopoly Over Facebook And Apple >>
* Dental implants that heal faster and fight infection >>

* NASA Earth map shows where pollution kills >>
* Is population growth out of control? >>
* Roadmap to a Fusion-Driven Rocket with a 90 day trip from Earth to Mars >>

* Digital motion sickness will be the occupational disease of the 21st century >>
* Is Your Fingerprint Your New Digital Password? >>
* 36-Gigapixel Image Captures Ancient Petroglyphs in Texas >>

* A Nose Grows on One Man’s Forehead >>
* Magnetic Fields are Crucial to Exomoon Habitability >>
* Ankle assist walking device helps stroke survivors walk more easily >>

* Some Robots Are Starting to Move More Like Humans >>
* Researchers demonstrate ‘accelerator on a chip’ >>
* These Contact Lenses Work Like Telescopes For Your Eyes >>

* Turn A Heart On And Off With The Flick Of A Switch >>
* Europe breakthrough drug to treat multiple sclerosis by rebooting immune system >>
* Kevin Kelly: The Improbable is the New Normal >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 September 2013

September 29, 2013 Leave a comment

* Meta: Personal Holographic Interface: Real Time 3D Scanning Input, with 3D Display Output on top of the real world. >>

* In the Future, Wars Will Be Fought with Lasers and Robots >>
* Google announces new Knowledge Graph features >>
* Broadcom fries up ‘5G’ Wi-Fi chips to chuck in your connected car >>

* 3D Printed Toothbrush Tailored to Your Teeth >>
* 36-Gigapixel Image Captures Ancient Petroglyphs in Texas >>
* Stanford University Builds the World’s First Carbon Nanotube Computer >>

* Number of Confirmed Alien Planets Nears 1,000 >>
* Robotic Boat Hits 1000-Mile Mark in Transatlantic Crossing >>
* Lifeless Earth: What if everything died out tomorrow? >>

* Reverse ageing by boosting cells’ energy factories >>
* Google Has Unveiled A New Search Algorithm >>
* Spray-On Technique Could Bring Carbon Nanotubes to Retailers’ Shelves >>

* Debates should not treat money as scarce for energy research and infrastructure >>
* Trained Police Rats Sniff Out Crime In The Netherlands >>

* Google Search Is Getting Even Smarter >>
* All 1.2 Billion Facebook Users on a Single Page >>
* Matchstick-sized sensor can record your private chats >>

* World’s First Fully Bionic, Mind-Controlled Leg Goes for a Walk >>
* Bill Gates: Ctrl-Alt-Delete “Was a Mistake” >>
* Corkscrewing Lasers Could Be the Key to Unlimited Bandwidth >>

* Real-Time Sensor Double Checks What’s in Your IV Drip >>
* NASA Picks 10 New Space Tech Innovations for Funding >>
* Galaxy 200 Million Times Heavier Than Our Sun Spotted | Video >>

* Elon Musk’s Hyperloop Just Got One Step Closer To Reality >>
* Could Wonder Woman make her movie debut in the Man of Steel sequel? >>
* The Problem With Home Automation’s Internet Of Things (IoT) >>

* Google Improves Knowledge Graph With Comparisons And Filters, Brings Cards & Cross-Platform Notifications To Mobile >>
* NASA Tech for Other Planets Could Save Lives on Earth >>

* Trying On Russia’s AR Moto Helmet With Fighter-Jet Specs >>
* Google’s Open Project lets you share, scale and control apps on a remote display >>

* How CIOs and IT Teams Can Make IT Matter Again >>
* Can Samsung Be The Next Microsoft? >>
* Moving IT Beyond The ‘Department Of No’ >>

* Microsoft’s Mobile Platforms Suffer From Flagging Developer Interest >>
* Google is taking Glass on a road trip across the US, try it on in a city near you >>
* America’s Cup Created A Huge Amount Of Visibility For Oracle >>

* How To Turn Corporations Into Innovation Machines >>
* The Problem With Home Automation’s Internet Of Things (IoT) >>
* Big Data From Smart Grid Tells Utilities More Than They Want To Know >>

* Ignore The Future: Embrace The Cloud >>
* 15 Years of Google: What’s Your Favorite Product? >>
* How Technology Changes The Skills We Need To Learn >>

* FDA Approves Artificial Pancreas You Can Wear >>
* A 3D Printed Robotic Eel: Kind of Makes You go Eww & Wow! >>
* 28 killed, hundred injured by swarms of giant hornets in China >>

* Video Friday: PR2 Surrogates, Zombie F-16s, and Bot & Dolly’s Box >>
* A School With No Teachers, Where Students Teach Themselves >>
* This android’s muscles and tendons allow it to move like a human >>

* First pictures of hydrogen bonds unveiled >>
* These Contact Lenses Work Like Telescopes For Your Eyes >>
* Want to Biohack your Brain? – $50,000 Cranial Surgery Equipment costs only $10 via DIY Black Market >>

* The Nerdiest Places To Explore On Google Street View >>
* New Device May Stop HIV Infections in Women >>
* Lightweighting cars with carbon fiber, aluminum, titanium and magnesium >>

* Roadmap to a Fusion-Driven Rocket with a 90 day trip from Earth to Mars >>
* Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer Bids Tearful Farewell >>
* 3 Kickstarter Video Games You Should Pay Attention To >>

* Gillmor Gang Live 09.27.13 (TCTV) >>
* FYI: Can Wireless Electricity Kill People? >>
* FYI: Do Animals Have Orgasms? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 September 2013

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* Real-Time Sensor Double Checks What’s in Your IV Drip >>
* Stem Cell Breakthrough in Mice Points Toward a Way to Repair Tissue in Humans >>
* Aerohive puts wifi on a drone >>

* Tiny camera records details of scene without losing sight of the big picture >>
* Free-standing 3D skeletal muscle constructs created in the lab >>
* With carbon nanotubes, a path to flexible, low-cost sensors >>

* 3D Printing Aims to Deliver Organs on Demand >>
* F-16 jet takes off with empty cockpit >>
* iPhone A7 Chip Teardown: Power-Dense Samsung Silicon >>

* Researchers use nanoparticles to deliver vaccines to lungs >>
* No, Drones Are Not ‘Useless’ In Most Wars >>
* ESA Developing Rocket-Hopping Mars Robot >>

* VIDEO: Print your own bionic hand >>
* Integrating a graphene photodetector into a computer chip >>
* A stretchable, foldable transparent electronic display >>
* Researchers observe never-before-detected brain activity in deep coma >>

* Laser stairway to reduce energy requirements and focusing problems for laser pushed solar sails >>
* Cygnus docking with Space Station delayed for about a week due to a software error >>
* Foot Cream Kills HIV by Tricking Cells to Commit Suicide >>

* Here’s One Idea Of How To Search For Life Beyond Earth >>
* New Crew Launching to Space Station Today: How to Watch Live >>
* Machines on the march threaten almost half of modern jobs >>
* Information Overload: How The Internet Inhibits Short-Term Memory >>

* This Smartphone Microscope Is No Toy >>
* Nanoscale neuronal activity measured for the first time >>
* New method of creating twisted light may allow fibers to carry more information >>

* FYI: Do Insects Have Personalities? >>
* Atomic Goal: 800 Years of Power From Waste >>
* NASA Study Asks, Can You Stay in Bed for 70 Days for $18000? http://f4a.tv/1dGHS4d

* 86,000 square miles of Great Britain meticulously recreated in Minecraft >>
* Oracle announces faster analysis, 32TB memory >>
* Will Regulators Allow Self-Driving Cars In A Few Years? >>

* Software Revolution, Part II: The Shift to Cloud Computing >>
* The Most WTF-y Programming Languages >>

* In Search of the Next Boom, Developers Cram Their Apps into Smart Watches >>
* #ALGORITHMS: “Hacking Medical Implants Foiled” >>
* NASA tests space radar for finding buried victims >>

* Scientists create never-before-seen form of matter >>
* Exponential Health Technology Bringing Personal ‘Check Engine Lights’ >>

* With carbon nanotubes, a path to flexible, low-cost sensors >>
* Tiny antennas let long light waves see in infrared >>
* Researchers develop model to study human response to infections that cause peptic ulcers >>

* First 700 Tickets on Virgin Galactic’s Space Flights Have Been Sold >>
* Remote Lock Comes to Android >>
* Nearly Half of U.S. Jobs Could Be Done by Computers, Study Says >>

* ‘Science in Society: Caring for our Futures in Turbulent Times’ >>
* Nanofabrication: Medical sensors improve with holey gold nanostructures >>
* Japan robot can pick strawberry fields forever for farmer >>

* VIDEO: Soyuz sends new astronauts to ISS >>
* Computer made from tiny carbon tubes >>
* Cell close-ups reveal how plants get bigger >>

* Rock Health’s latest batch of digital health startups: Mental health, smart spoons, and more >>
* Autodesk Weaves the Hyperloop into its Vision of the Future >>
* Chemists slide a splitting catalyst over DNA for the first time >>

* The Last Thing We Want is Real Artificial Intelligence >>
* Real Lightsabers: Yes, Science Has Really, Finally Figured It Out >>
* NSA ANALYST: We Simply Don’t Have Time To Read Emails That Aren’t Related To Terrorists >>

* You Need to Hit 1.2 Million MPH to Exit the Milky Way >>
* Universe May Be Curved, Not Flat >>

* Do we really need Mind-Controlled FlameThrowers? >>
* Inventor of the cellphone proposes Presidential Spectrum Prize to beat the wireless crunch >>
* X doesn’t mark the spot: real shape of chromosomes revealed >>

* Robots May Revolutionize China’s Electronics Manufacturing >>
* 3,000 Years of Human History, Described in One Set of Mathematical Equations >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 September 2013

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* New iPhone’s fingerprint sensor works for dogs >>
* Microsoft beams Internet into Africa — using TV ‘white spaces’ >>
* Upgrade enbles Rethink Baxter robot to operate faster and perform new tasks >>

* Using The Power Of Brain Waves To Prevent Car And Plane Hijackings >>
* New Wireless Blood Pressure Wrist Monitor by iHealth >>

* Mode-locked Lasers Applied to Deflecting a Near Earth Object on Earth Collision >>
* Teaching computers to recognize objects better >>
* Quantum Information Processing at the Attosecond Timescale >>

* Scientists closer to universal flu vaccine after pandemic ‘natural experiment’ >>
* Tooth sensor accurately detects oral activity >>
* Creating electricity with caged atoms >>

* Turn your iPhone into a stun gun >>
* Customizable robot: Intel makes science fiction a reality >>

* The Moon is Younger Than We Thought >>
* Scientists Successfully “Erase” Fear Using Scent Therapy >>
* A Robot Bartender That Knows Who’s Subtly Signaling for a Drink >>

* Oracle CEO Larry Ellison Debuts In-Memory Database To Kick Off OpenWorld >>
* Larry Ellison: Oracle’s New Products Make Data Fly Around ‘At Ungodly Speeds.’ >>

* Microsoft looks to Apple and Google to reinvent itself >>
* iPhone 5S’ fingerprint security can be easily broken, hackers show >>
* Life at the Speed of Light: From the Double Helix to the Dawn of Digital Life >>

* Teaching computers to recognize objects better >>
* Emotion, Not Rational Logic, Determines the Stock Market >>
* Engineers develop a stretchable, foldable transparent electronic display (w/ Video) >>

* Can Rotterdam’s Port Become a Virtual Power Plant? >>
* ‘Maker’ Ideas Wanted for First 3D Printer In Space >>
* Boston Dynamics Gets $10 Million from DARPA for New Stealthy, Bulletproof LS3 >>

* Intel Unveils Tiny, Low-Power Quark Chip For Internet of Things >>
* Genes Associated with Autism Are Surprisingly Large >>
* What has the Higgs boson done for us? >>

* Apple CEO Tim Cook Has A Different Definition Of Innovation >>
* WEARABLE COMPUTING: Inside The New Mobile Market That Is Taking Shape >>

* Building It – The Space Shuttle Orbiter >>
* Jetpack to be available in 2014 >>
* Quantum Information Processing at the Attosecond Timescale >>

* Fears Can Be Healed During Sleep >>
* DARPA exosuit and European Exoskeleton strive to reduce injuries carrying heavy loads >>
* Kepler Space Telescope’s Broken Wheel Could Aid Stellar Physics >>

* Hong Kong, Singapore and New Zealand are happiest countries in the world >>
* Smartphones, tablets could provide universal access to medical monitoring >>
* Bacteria don’t always work ‘just in time’ >>

* New password in a heartbeat >>
* Human brain tumor cells erased in mice >>
* App Monitors Your Sex Life And Rates Your Performance In Bed >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 22 September 2013

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* Long Now seminar — Adam Steltzner presents ‘Beyond Mars, Earth’ >>
* A gene for forgetting >>
* The First Computer With Leap Motion Gesture Control Built Right In >>

* Not So Fast: A Google Fiber 1-Gigabit Mystery >>
* Hockey Fans to Test Facial Recognition Technology >>
* Five Ways to Bring Broadband to the Backwoods >>

* EPA Challenges Coal Industry to Adopt New Technology >>
* Leaky microwaves can power your kitchen gadgets >>
* Watch The World’s Nerdiest Rendition Of ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ >>

* Bedside Flushable Toilet from Toto >>
* Achieving fault-tolerant quantum computing >>
* 3D Printing of a lunar base using lunar soil will print buildings at 3.5 meters per hour >>
* Photonic laser thrusters video and research papers >>

* Why Medicine Will Be More Like Walmart >>
* Facebook Launches Advanced AI Effort to Find Meaning in Your Posts >>
* Regular Manufacturing is over 2000 times bigger than the 3D Printing market and regular 2D desktop printing sales are down >>

* Mystery deepens as Martian methane eludes Curiosity >>
* Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors to Introduce Self-Driving Cars in Three Years >>
* How Robo-Bees Could Save America’s Crops >>

* Scientists Discover Brain Activity Beyond A Deep Coma >>
* Google Moonshots : Radical Life Extension, Robotic Cars, Asteroid Mining, Cheap Space Telescopes, Quantum Computing, Machine Learning >>

* Weekly Space Hangout – September 20, 2013 >>
* SpaceX Test Fires The Next Generation Falcon 9 | Video >>
* Mathematics Links Quantum Encryption and Black Holes >>

* Decades of confounding experiments have physicists considering a startling possibility: The universe might not make sense. >>
* Is Your Illness Viral or Bacterial? A New Rapid Blood Test Can Tell
>>

* Researchers make flexible, transparent e-paper from silicon >>
* Gillmor Gang Live 09.20.13 (TCTV) >>
Facebook developing brain-like AI to find deeper meaning in feeds and photos >>

* Video Friday: Robot Dragons, Drones and Beer, and Baxter Learning Magic >>
* Ferrari’s LaFerrari >>
* Russian Scientist Claims to Have Unlocked The Secrets Of Eternal Life >>

* Scientists claim discovery of life coming to Earth from space >>
* Ovulating Women Are Less Trusting >>

* Microsoft might be making big play for wearables with $200 million patent purchase >>
* Senator asks if FBI can get iPhone 5S fingerprint data via Patriot Act >>
* Our data is our digital identity – and we need to reclaim control >>

* 360 degree camera unveiled >>
* VIDEO: How our tongues make speech happen >>
* Scaling up personalized query results for next-generation search engines >>

* GE imagines the smart home of the future >>
* VIDEO: Robot barman holds key to speedy service >>
* William Shatner Is Afraid Of Flying, Says Richard Branson >>

* ‘Big Big Bang Theory’ Raises: Cast Seeking $1 Million Per Episode [Report] >>
* Quantum Entanglement May Deliver A Truly Unbreakable Way Of Sending Messages >>
* GOOGLE: Curing Cancer Isn’t Really Worth All The Trouble (GOOG) >>

* ‘Alien Bugs’ Discovered In Earth’s Atmosphere >>
* Scientists Use Sound Waves To Levitate, Manipulate Matter : >>
* Wearable Computing Revolution Draws Big Players >>

* Robotics Research Lab Willow Garage Shutting Down? >>
* The New Age Of Disruption >>
* Molten Air – A new, highest energy class of rechargeable batteries with up to 4.5 times the energy capacity of lithium air batteries >>

* Space based antimatter production for scaling to grams of antimatter per year >>
* WTF Is Calico, And Why Does Google Think Its Mysterious New Company Can Defy Aging? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 September 2013

September 20, 2013 Leave a comment

* Is This Our First Alien Encounter? >>
* Scientists discover life after brain death >>
* Without Plutonium, Deep-Space Probe Missions May Sputter Out >>

* Graphene Leading the Way to Optical Chips >>
* Space-Based Atom Interferometers Could Find Gravitational Waves [Video] >>

* Nearly half of US jobs could be at risk of computerization, study shows >>
* ‘Wired microbes’ generate electricity from sewage >>
* Mars Is Probably Not Home To Life, According To Sad New Study >>

* FYI: Can Humans Survive In A Completely Self-Sufficient Closed Environment? >>
* The 25 Smartest Colleges In America >>
* JONY IVE: ‘I Would Would Love, Love, Love, To Show You What We Are Working On Now’ >>

* Researchers tease apart workings of a common gene >>
* Noise Cancelling vs Noise Isolating Headphones >>
* 3D printed ROOM looks like beautiful interior of a cathedral >>

* Google’s Calico: With Big Data You’ll Live Forever >>
* Elon Musk’s Tesla Motors to Introduce Self-Driving Cars in Three Years >>
* Laser Shines a Light on Intestinal Diseases >>

* Soldiers are developing relationships with their battlefield robots >>
* Google’s Next Big Search: How And Why We Age >>
* “Body On A Chip” Could Make Drug Testing Easier >>

* New MIT 3–D Printing Innovations Create Printable Objects That Assemble Themselves >>
* Wi-Fi Sniffing Lets Researchers Build Graph of Offline Social Networks >>
* Soldiers Can Get Emotionally Attached to Robots, and that May Not Be a Good Thing >>

* Teaching computers to see — by learning to see like computers >>
* Camera Lens Adjusts Focus Like a Human Eye >>
* First real-time detector for IV drugs may help eliminate medical errors >>

* TSensors (Trillion Sensor) Summit >>
* How to 3D-Print Objects Larger Than Your 3D Printer >>

* Hypnotic Burning Man Time-Lapse Captures Magic in the Desert >>
* Understanding Calico: Larry Page, Google Ventures, and the quest for immortality >>
* Recessions and sex: When money is short, do people really spend more time in the bedroom? >>

* Researchers discover an essential genetic mechanism of cerebral cortex development >>
* A brake in the head: Researchers gain new insights into the working of the brain >>

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