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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 1 November 2013

October 31, 2013 Leave a comment

* Humanoid Robot Demonstrates Sign Language >>
* A Future Internet Might Not Use Servers >>
* Android 4.4 KitKat Targets Next Billion, Adds Pervasive Search & Improves Google Now >>

* How To Build an Intelligent Blob That Shrinks When it Detects Viruses >>
* LeWeb’13 Paris: ‘The Next 10 Years’ >>
* Need a job? The ‘Internet of Things’ wants you >>

* Artificial Blood Made In Romania >>
* DARPA wants drones to have lasers too >>
* Drive wearing Glass, get a ticket >>

* What Is The Hardware Revolution? >>
* When will Facebook contain more profiles of dead people than living, 2130s or 2060s. >>

* Why Hot Water Freezes Faster Than Cold—Physicists Solve the Mpemba Effect >>
* Study finds traumatic life events biggest cause of anxiety and depression >>
* How To Generate Electricity With A Bicycle [Video] >>

* Google Wants To Edit And Soundtrack Your Videos >>
* How Long Could You Survive In A Coffin If You Were Buried Alive? >>
* Elusive secret of HIV long-term immunity >>

* We’ve Finally Figured Out Why Hot Water Freezes Faster Than Cold >>
* What Will Be 3D Printed On Space Station? | Video >>
* Google Chrome Is Getting Automatic Blocking of Malicious Downloads >>

* Google Glass Gets an Accessory Store >>
* Could a Milky Way supernova be visible from Earth in next 50 years? >>
* Mars One to launch test mission >>

* Google Barge Holds A Secret Project, Here’s What Is Inside >>
* F-35 Fighter Jet Fires Weapons For First Time >>
* Study finds traumatic life events biggest cause of anxiety and depression >>

* Looking for Hofstadter’s Butterfly in Cold Atoms >>
* Fuelmatics and Husky develop petrol-pumping robot >>
* Are the world’s chat apps really worth $48 billion? >>

* Elon Musk’s Electric Car Company Did A Powerful Thing: The ‘Supercharger Corridor’ >>
* Star Wars: Episode VII is coming in 2015 whether it’s ready or not >>
* AIDS Scientists Encouraged By Antibodies That Hit Monkey Virus >>

* 1,900: The Number of Chocolates That Will Kill a Child >>
* Intel: A New Era Of Mobile Computing Is Here >>

* Dead meat: how to raise livestock in a post-antibiotic era >>
* The Battle for Power on the Internet >>
* I Used the World’s First Bitcoin ATM >>

* Police ‘GPS cannons’ can shoot trackers at fleeing cars, but are they legal? >>
* Age of Context: Mobile, Sensors, Data and the Future of Privacy >>

* NSA surveillance revelations hobble AT&T’s attempts at a European expansion >>
* Pentagon pushes to retool older weapon…because newer one is too destructive; Debating Nuclear Deterrence >>
* Google’s Coming to the Rescue on HealthCare.gov >>

* New techniques produce cleanest graphene yet >>
* Why everyone may have a personal air vehicle >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 31 October 2013

October 30, 2013 Leave a comment

* New eye control tablet gadget unveiled at Techcrunch in Berlin >>
* Mars Rover Curiosity Eyes Next Science Target >>
* The Titan Arm helps you lift 40 more pounds >>

* This Sensorless Flying Robot Is Like a Drunken Speeder Bike Orb >>
* Moral in the morning, but dishonest in the afternoon >>
* Israeli Company That Turns Tumors Into Ice Balls Now Sets Its Sight On Lung Cancer >>

* Meet The Guy Who Drove Across The U.S. In A Record 28 Hours 50 Minutes >>
* Facebook may start tracking your cursor as you browse the site >>

* Human interactions more precious as automation advances >>
* Get round internet censors using a friend’s connection >>
* Controlled atomic-layer crystal growth is ‘breakthrough’ for solar-cell efficiency >>

* Crashing rockets could lead to novel sample-return technology >>
* Future Internet aims to sever links with servers >>
* Can New Wristband ‘Sense’ What You’re Eating? >>

* California Woman Gets Charged for Wearing Google Glass While Driving >>
* Dark Matter Still Hiding: Latest Experimental Sweep Comes Up Empty >>
* Measure Your Heart Rate Using Headphones >>

* MIT Wristband Could Make Air Conditioning Obsolete >>
* Rumor: Amazon’s Smartphone Could Have Gesture-Recognizing 3D Cameras >>
* Dark Matter Experiment Has Found Nothing, Scientists Say Proudly >>

* Supercharging Patent Lawyers With AI >>
* Drone-Mounted Laser Weapons Are On the Way >>
* Automatic Tracks Your Driving and Your Car to Save You Money and Time >>

* Laser tripod for better levitation >>
* Primate brains are hard-wired to notice snakes before we even know we’ve seen them >>
* Earth-sized ‘lava world’ discovered >>

* How Did Life Begin on Earth? New Theory Embraces Cosmic through Geological, Chemical, and Biological Stages >>
* Mysterious San Francisco Barge Is Part Of Secret Google Project >>
* Software Program That Could Save Prison $20 Million >>

* Researchers Develop Multifunctional Cancer Fighting Nanostructure, Break Mold of Single-Function Nanotech >>
* Turns Out Google Cofounders Larry Page, Sergy Brin Are Lousy Coders >>
* How climate change can make the wine shortage worse >>

* You’re More Likely To Cheat In The Afternoon >>
* CAPTCHA is Dead, But the AI Winter Lives On >>
* Brian Wang interviewed by Motherboard for nuclear fusion energy article >>

* Inside The Machine That Chills Your Beer In One Minute >>
* General Fusion targeting commercializing nuclear fusion in about 2020 >>
* GPS Tracking “Bullets” Could Help Reduce Car Chases >>

* Diagnostic devices the size of a credit card >>
* California Woman Gets Charged for Wearing Google Glass While Driving >>
* Intel Is Investing Billions Of Dollars Into This Unproven Technology >>

* Secession in the Valley, and the End of Politics >>
* Hardwiring Happiness: The New Brain Science of Contentment, Calm, and Confidence >>
* Balance Training Seems to Prevent Falls by Elderly >>

* The Scariest Part of the Latest NSA Revelation Is This Goofy Post-It >>
* Allies Spy on Us, Too, Intel Chief Says >>
* The World Is Shunning America Again >>
* How is the NSA’s vault of secrets being unlocked? >>
* NSA Infiltrates Google And Yahoo Networks, Report Says >>

* The Future And You–October 30, 2013 >>
* Futuretimeline.net – >>

* India is going to Mars! But don’t call it a space race. >>
* Does Life End at 35? >>
* Wearable camera detects emotions, automatically records moments of interest based on brainwaves >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 30 October 2013

October 29, 2013 Leave a comment

* Wearable Minority Report head mounted 3D virtual display >>
* Neurocam wearable camera reads your brainwaves and records what interests you >>
* Oculus Rift Will Make Virtual Reality Goggles For Android Phones >>

* 210 Degrees of Heads-Up Display: Hands-On With the InfinitEye >>
* Super-thin membranes clear the way for chip-sized pumps >>

* Model virus structure shows why there’s no cure for common cold >>
* Sun-powered water purification system created by Purdue scientists >>

* Japanese Telco Smashes Entanglement Distance Record >>
* NASA’s first-ever deep space craft, Orion, has been powered on for the first time >>
* Virgin Media’s SmartCall app lets you make WiFi calls with landline minutes >>

* Ultra-focused electric current helps brain curb pain >>
* Can Facebook Tell When Your Relationship Is Doomed? >>
* Revamped Google Glass 2.0 Soon Available To Explorers And Their Friends >>

* Will Self-Driving Cars Mean The End Of Highway Fatalities? >>
* Adaptive Cruise Control Algorithm that keeps a car halfway between front and rear cars will prevent traffic jams >>
* This flame is made of pure water >>

* The Printer That Can Print A 2,500 Square Foot House In 20 Hours. >>
* Superfast factory mass production of skyscrapers is crushing the system for printing a house in 20 hours >>

* Underwater Gliders Gather Data To Help Predict The Next Big Storm >>
* Is invisible dark matter detectable? >>
* Developing robots that collaborate with people >>

* Trillions of sensors to enable $15 trillion Internet of Things market by 2020 >>
* Life size animated 3D hologram of the human body >>
* The Clever Circuit That Doubles Bandwidth >>

* Building Cars Out of Batteries Isn’t as Crazy as It Sounds >>
* A Vertical Forest Is Growing in the Middle of One of Europe’s Dirtiest Cities >>
* Why Google’s Secret Smartwatch Is the First One You’ll Actually Want >>

* Moonstruck: Private Moon Robot Competition Coming To A Theater Near You >>
* Astronomy Cast 319: The Zodiac >>
* Google+ Hangouts and Photos: save some time, share your story >>

* Breakthrough in study of aluminum to yield new technological advances >>
* I challenged hackers to investigate me and what they found out is chilling >>
* Game over. Cats have won the Internet. >>

* Oculus Rift: Games And Other Content Are Needed >>
* Build Your Own Smartphone >>
* VIDEO: Nasa gears up for mission to Mars >>

* Samsung woos software developers >>
* Research shows how plants depend on ants >>
* How organs know the right way to grow >>

* Mariana Mazzucato: Government — investor, risk-taker, innovator >>
* Scientists finally figure out why kettles whistle >>
* 5 Reasons Why People Are Getting Married Later And Later In Life >>

* Startup creates Artificial Intelligence that can read Captchas and in 5-7 years plans to put human intelligence into mathematical algorithms >>
* First Wireless Speakers Are Stunning >>
* Robotic Prison Guards Now In South Korea >>

* Mini space shuttle skids off runway in test flight >>
* Yes, men really do ogle women’s bodies >>
* The Status of Moore’s Law: It’s Complicated >>

* Man buys $27 of bitcoin, forgets about them, finds they’re now worth $886k >>
* Understanding Education through Big Data >>
* Silicon Supercapacitor Powers Phones for Weeks on Single Charge >>

* Video: A Stunning Mars Flyover >>
* Is China Spying On Russia Via Bugged Clothing Irons? >>
* Pollinating Bees Are The Pesticide Deliverymen Of The Future >>

* Japan’s Floating Wind Turbines Show the Challenges of Renewables >>
* Frank J. Tipler: The Laws of Physics Say The Singularity is Inevitable! >>
* MIT has built a dark-matter hunter out of a modified particle accelerator >>

* The Nuclear Fusion Arms Race Is Underway >>
* Physics: What We Do and Don’t Know >>
* Root of maths genius sought >>

* Branch-Like Dendrites Function As Mini-Computers In The Brain >>
* Making Robots More Like Us >>
* MAVEN, MOM Missions from NASA, India, Science Collaboration in Orbit >>

* A Self-Powered Treaded Skateboard That Can Plow Through Any Terrain >>
* A Bionic Material That Lets Buildings Open and Close Like a Flower >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 29 October 2013

October 28, 2013 Leave a comment

* Cell nucleus protein in brown fat cells governs daily control of body temperature >>
* ‘Ancient brain’ helps us avoid accidents >>
* 2 Monkeys Were Paid Unequally – See What Happens Next [W/VIDEO] >>

* Vicarious AI breaks CAPTCHA ‘Turing test’ >>
* Scientists Can Now Genetically Modify Facial Features >>
* Self-Filling Gas Station Pumps: Welcome To the Lazy Future >>

* Chemists find biological complexes that beat chance >>
* Mean Girls: Women Evolved to Be Catty? >>
* Quantum reality more complex than previously thought >>

* MIT lab developing ion microthrusters for cubesats >>
* Study with totally blind people shows how light helps activate the brain >>
* Gian Giudice: Why our universe might exist on a knife-edge >>

* The Artificial Womb Is Born And The World of the Matrix begins >>
* Palm Pilot Inventor Wants to Open Source the Human Brain >>

* The ‘chemputer’ that could print out any drug >>
* At This Grocery Store, All The Convenience Food Is Prepared In-House >>

* “Other Universes are Pulling on Our Universe” — New Planck Data Triggers Controversy >>
* Google vs Death – Aging Research, a Transhumanist Response – Part 1 >>
* Star-Trek Future-NASA Engineering a Warp-Drive Solution for Faster-Than-Light Travel >>

* TIME Feature: CSO Aubrey de Grey on Google’s Newly Launched Anti-Aging Initiative >>
* Planetary Resources Arkyd 100 Space telescope demonstrator launch 2014 & 2015 >>
* This device will self destruct in 60 seconds >>

* A Chilling Discovery: The Universe’s Coldest Place >>
* Hundreds Gather to Watch Cat Videos >>
* Study finds sex is better exercise than a walk, but not quite as good as a jog. >>

* Grasshopper mouse that shrugs off scorpion stings may hold key to pain relief >>
* Physicists how many nuclear fear mongering statements are mathematically correct but silly >>
* Drone owners told: stay out of bushfire skies >>

* Dolphin technique gives blind new view of world >>
* Tiny sensors put the squeeze on light >>
* Obesity may be caused by ‘hunger gene’ >>

* Better view than courtside: Stanford basketball players don Google Glass >>
* Meet Telegram, Secure Messaging App From Founders Of VK, Russia Social Network >>

* ‘First Look’ Robot Does the Dirty Work For You >>
* Japanese Telco NTT Makes Big Bet On Silicon Valley W Launch Of Innovation Institute >>
* Inside Paul Allen’s Plan to Reverse-Engineer the Human Brain >>

* Neuroscientists discover new ‘mini-neural computer’ in the brain >>
* My Cells, My Choice >>
* The Mathematics Of Throwing A Curveball >>

* I Am Robot Boss >>
* The Internet of Bikes: This Smart Lock Lets You Track and Share Rides >>
* GPS, batteries, internet, cellular tech: Q&A about governments fueling innovation >>

* Voicesphere Brings Voice Control To Facebook, Instagram & Others Coming Next >>
* A DIY Tor Wi-Fi Access Point >>
* Trouble Hearing In A Noisy Room? There’s An App For That >>

* WIRED Space Photo of the Day: Sunrise on Mercury >>
* Analyzing hundreds of cells in a few mouse-clicks >>
* Europe: Stop Spying on Us >>

* Valley engineers want kids to program robots >>
* Lost ‘Star Wars’ Footage Shows ‘Return Of The Jedi’ Bloopers [Video] >>
* Xbox One Dashboard Demo Revealed In Full [Video] >>

* Tiny Startup Vicarious Is Creating A Human-like Brain That Runs On A Laptop >>
* New you in ten years: biotech leads the way >>
* Quantum Experiment Shows How Time ‘Emerges’ from Entanglement >>

* The Story of Drones As Told By the People Who Live Under Them >>
* United Nations to Adopt Asteroid Defense Plan >>
* Heat Wave Prediction Pattern Identified >>

* Internet of light: scientists achieve 10-gigabit data speeds using LEDs >>
* Facebook researchers are trying to predict when you and your spouse will break up >>
* Google upgrades Glass hardware, offering one-time swap for existing users >>

* Can a toy robot teach kids computer programming? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 October 2013

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* Electric Brain Stimulation Helps Rats With Spinal Cord Injuries Walk >>
* Meet the people who want to build our first starship >>
* New Earth Project: blueprint for a new civilisation >>

* Drones controlled by MAKE-UP >>
* Landslide sensors may save lives worldwide >>
* FutureMed: The Future of Health >>

* BabyX at TEDxAuckland 2013 >>
* World’s First Bitcoin ATM Set to Go Live Tuesday >>
* One More U.N. Step Forward on NEOs >>

* Scientists Can Tell Your Ethnicity From The Germs In Your Mouth >>
* Promise of Affective Computing >>
* Astronauts And Mice Return From Space With Altered Eyes >>

* Physicists decode decision circuit of cancer metastasis >>
* DARPA’s Spending $70 Million on a Brain Chip for Mentally Ill Soldiers >>

* Magnetoshell could be developed more quickly for use with the Mars free return mission >>
* Red Bull Stratos FULL POV – Multi-Angle + Mission Data >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – October 25, 2013 >>

* Google’s Latest Data Center May Be Floating In San Francisco Bay >>
* Bouncing Ball To Make Danger Zones Safer >>
* Stop watching us. >>

* Why we should actually build the Death Star >>
* The Man Who Would Teach Machines to Think >>
* INSIDE THE ‘HI-TECH’ GYM OF THE FUTURE >>

* Jason Silva And Digital Transcendentalism >>
* Data Shows Google’s Robot Cars Are Smoother, Safer Drivers Than You or I >>
* All graphene computer chips designed in a research paper >>

* Video Friday: Robokind on Kickstarter, Atlas Breaks an Ankle, and FirstLook Gets Armed >>
* BMW Laser Headlights Slice Through the Dark >>
* Automatic Links Your Car And Smartphone To Help You Drive Smarter And Save Money >>

* Neuroscientists find cortical columns in brain not uniform, challenging large-scale simulation models >>
* 3D-printing non-toxic biocompatible medical implants >>
* Hydrogel implant enables light-based communication with cells inside the body >>

* Batteries could capture trillion dollar market over the next decade >>
* NYC’s Gas Stations and Warehouses Are Being Replaced By “Palaces” >>
* How To Build A Low–Cost “WiFi Mesh Network” For Emergency Communication >>

* 83 years of technology advances; but best yet to come >>
* 80 Is The New 60 >>
* Algorithm reveals complex protein dynamics behind gene expression >>

* Monkey that purrs like a cat is among new species discovered in Amazon rainforest >>
* Anonymity Network Tor Needs a Tune-up to Protect Users from Surveillance >>
* BEAUTY OF MATHEMATICS >>

* Spray-On Clothing Could Deliver a Suit in a Can [Video] >>
* Life on Earth Was Not a Fluke >>
* Watch the People Watching You Online >>

* Hit the Breaks! GPS Mom Is Watching >>
* Vast Majority Of Music Online Goes Basically Unpurchased >>
* Time travel is possible – but where will it take us? >>

* 11.75 tesla MRI, 100 micron resolution being built working 2015 >>
* Large Hadron Collider being upgraded from 8.4 tesla magnets to 11 to 13 tesla >>
* Creating smarter surgical robots >>

* Bees underwent massive extinction when dinosaurs did >>
* Rocks that Spy and Other Wild Military Techs >>
* Ray Kurzweil honorary doctorate and 2013 commencement remarks >>

* Brazil seeks UN move vs. electronic surveillance >>
* Is traveling back in time impossible? Experts say maybe not >>
* WHY WE SHOULD THINK ABOUT THE THREAT OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE >>

* Artificial Intelligence >>
* Marriage as a ‘luxury good’: The class divide in who gets married and divorced >>

* The Lust Beneath Japan’s Sex Drought >>
* PAUL ALLEN: TEACHING THE NEXT GENERATION OF ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE >>
* Now You Can See Which Websites Are Tracking You in Real-Time >>

* Atomic layer deposition will eliminate two major defects stopping LEDs and solar PV from reaching higher efficiency >>
* China, OPEC and Europe aim for de-Americanized world >>
* Gymnast robot performs triple backflip, sticks the landing >>

* Welcome to the Mind-Meld: Our Future of Brain-to-Brain Communication >>
* Billion-dollar babies: Far-out pet projects of the tech elite >>
* Xbox One launch ad nails Microsoft’s next-gen vision >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 October 2013

October 24, 2013 Leave a comment

* Your face may have been sculpted by junk DNA >>
* HP to enter 3D printer game >>
* Japanese asteroid-blasting space cannon could reveal origins of universe >>

* Extra Gene Makes Mice Manic >>
* Boredom is actually a state of stress, researchers say >>
* Reverse Microwave Chills Beer In 45 Seconds >>

* DARPA’s Cyber Grand challenge pits bot security systems against each other >>
* Samsung Envisions Google Glass Competitor >>
* ‘Anklebot’ helps determine ankle stiffness >>

* This 400-Mile “Manmade River” Might Soon Flow Uphill Across Kansas >>
* Searching for the Perfect ‘Rebalancing’ Algorithm >>
* Vitamin B2 Can Be Used To 3-D Print Medical Implants >>

* Most Distant Galaxy in Universe Discovered –30 Billion Light Years from Milky Way >>
* Seven-planet solar system found >>
* Video: Spider Flown in Space Has Trouble Readapting to Gravity >>

* How the brain matches sights and sounds >>
* Russia Unveils Amphibious Assault Rifle >>
* Remote Bomb Detector Uses Sound Waves To Distinguish Between Types Of Explosives >>

* Baby ‘Cured’ of HIV Still Infection-Free After 3 Years >>
* Scientists unveil energy-generating window >>
* Brain decoding: Reading minds >>

* New device stores electricity on silicon chips news. >>
* How Software Will Make Computer Shopping Obsolete >>
* Technology mimics the brushstrokes of masters >>

* PubMed Debuts A Commenting System For All Its Papers >>
* Soon print your own food, thanks to a Barcelona startup >>
* Why Google’s rapid growth means faster search >>

* DARPA Will Give You $2 Million to Build Hacker-Proof Defense Software >>
* NASA’s Resilient Opportunity Rover Starts Martian Mountaineering >>
* Dolphins’ Hunting Technique Inspires New Radar Device >>

* Paul Allen and the machine; Teaching next-gen Artifical Intelligence >>
* Robot City: How machines are driving PITTSBURGH’S future >>

* Radical genome recoding >>
* Lunar laser communication record at 622 Megabits per second and Gbps in 2017 >>
* Projects to accelerate radical healthy longevity >>

* YouTube plans music-video subscription service >>
* New software traces origins of genetic disorders 20 times more accurately >>
* ‘Cameras on cops’ plan for patrols >>

* Euro Parliament axes data sharing with US – the NSA swiped the bytes anyway >>
* NSA monitored calls of 35 world leaders after US official handed over contacts >>
* Let’s Make the Entire Chip from Graphene >>

* Your brain would be less brainy without these proteins >>
* Grasshopper mice are numb to the pain of the bark scorpion sting >>
* Researchers restore image using version containing between 1 and 10 percent of information >>

* Novel technique to detect fingerprints >>
* Brain ‘shows signs of consciousness’ under general anesthetic >>
* Prototype Aeromobil Version 2.5 >>

* Mint Solutions MedEye Uses Computer Vision to Eliminate Medication Errors (VIDEO) >>
* Why Can People Live in Hiroshima and Nagasaki Now, But Not Chernobyl? >>
* Samsung Spectacles: Google Glass competitor spotted in design patent >>

* Crowdfunded Lunar Spacecraft Reaches Funding Milestone >>
* Wristify Watch-Like Device Heats and Cools Wrist for Body Comfort >>
* Vehicle Dynamics II: Cornering >>

* Oracle’s Big Machines Acquisition Predicts The Future Of Cloud Selling Applications >>
* What’s Keeping Self-Driving Cars Off the Road? >>
* More is less: Obamacare’s ‘tech surge’ adds manpower to an already-bloated project >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 October 2013

October 23, 2013 Leave a comment

* Fire-Spotting Satellite Designed to Help Snuff Out Wildfires >>
* 4K, 12-Inch Tablet Screens Are on Their Way >>
* Look Inside 8K Theater Technology At Newly Renovated Fiske Planetarium >>

* SAP Goes Wearable >>
* Poppy, a 3D-printed humanoid robot that defies conventions >>

* Moon Has Faster Transfer Speeds Than Any Country On Earth >>
* NASA Has a 622 Mbps Data Connection–to the Moon >>
* Moon And NASA Now Communicate Via Lasers >>

* There Are Now Officially Over 1,000 Confirmed Exoplanets! >>
* Mini-Brains and Human-Mouse Hybrids Could Reveal the Brain’s Wiring Diagram >>

* How Feng Zhang Modified A Cell’s Genome On The Fly >>
* Google Glass is making a life changing difference for the disabled >>
* Communication with similar people stronger than believed >>

* Converting fat cells from liposection to liver cells in nine days — a regenerative medicine breakthrough >>
* Hydrogel implant enables light-based communication with cells inside the body >>
* Women’s Breasts Age Way Faster Than The Rest Of Their Bodies >>

* HP Moonshot servers with Calxeda and Intel Atom Chips could feasably scale to exaflop level using 30 MW of power >>
* Detours: the rise of robotics in Pittsburgh >>
* Elon Musk Calls Hydrogen Fuel Cell Cars ‘Bullsh*t’ >>

* Japanese scientists successfully test asteroid-blasting space cannon >>
* Deep Space Exploration Trials Sure Look Boring >>
* Debut Test Flight Looms for Orion, NASA’s Next Manned Spaceship >>

* DARPA Announces $2 Million Prize In Self-Patching Software Competition >>
* Google Glass Isn’t the Future of Wearables >>
* Surgeon Simulator: Inside the World’s Hardest Game >>

* Enabling Software To Eat The World, One API At A Time >>
* Court Rules Probable-Cause Warrant Required For GPS Trackers >>
* 14 Robotics Breakthroughs From the Past Decade >>

* 10 Tech Headaches That Infuriate Everyone >>
* 4K 12-inch tablets are going to be a thing and Japan Display can prove it >>
* New Trick Produces Whole Wafers of Perfectly Aligned Nanowires >>

* Futuristic copper foam batteries get more bang for the buck >>
* Nanodiamonds: A cancer patient’s best friend? >>
* A Review of Theories on the Causes of Alzheimer’s Disease >>

* Genomics Pioneer Craig Venter Envisions Future of Synthetic Life >>
* VIDEO: Saturated fats ‘could help heart’ >>
* Life After Death? New Techniques Halt Dying Process >>

* Free return trip to and from Mars pushing ahead to Jan 5th 2018 launch date >>
* Incredible Vertical-Landing Grasshopper Rocket Has Retired >>
* How NSA-Proof Are VPN Providers? >>

* DARPA’s New Project Sounds A Lot Like Computers That Think For Themselves >>
* Deep Brain Stimulation Improves Paralyzed Rat’s Gait >>
* This Is The Futuristic Control Pad That Comes In The 2015 Mercedes C-Class >>

* Cassini’s Stunning View of Titan’s Great Lakes: Big Pic >>
* Tactile Rendering of 3D Features on Touch Surfaces >>
* Pharma Showing Interest in Open Systems for Drug Discovery >>

* How liver ‘talks’ to muscle: A well-timed, coordinated conversation >>
* $40 Indian tablet that could help bridge America’s digital divide >>
* ScienceCasts: ISS “Firestation” to Explore the Tops of Thunderstorms >>
* Big nanotech: building a new world with atomic precision >>

* Futurists discuss The Transhumanist Wager >>
* Removable ‘Gut Sleeve’ Might Become a Future Weight-Loss Tool >>
* Project aims to mass-produce ‘nanopetals’ for sensors, batteries >>

* Moore’s Law Is Dead: The Future Of Computing >>
* After spending $297 million to develop a craft that could hover for three weeks, the Pentagon sold it for $301,000 to maker. >>
* Many middle-class Americans plan to work until they die >>

* Nvidia Shield >>
* What Is Your Favorite Unrealized Vision of the Future? >>
* Ep. 317: Observatories >>

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