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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 21 December 2013

* A new — and reversible — cause of aging >>
* Artificial worm starts to wriggle >>
* VIDEO: First conversation with robot in space >>

* The Internet of Things is coming >>
* New Superconducting Cable System Brings Nuclear Fusion Closer to Reality >>

* 25 Game-Changing Trends That Will Create Disruption & Opportunity (Part I) >>
* How To Avoid a Scramble For the Moon and Its Resources >>
* 2014: The Year Foursquare Will Finally Be In The Right Place At The Right Time >>

* Get Ready For The Robot Smog >>
* World’s first text message via molecular communication sent >>
* Researchers simulate a worm’s internal muscle sensations with code >>

* Converting algae to crude oil — a million-year natural process — in minutes >>
* A Stand-Alone Smart Watch That Falls Down >>
* Progress to lab grown brains and brain tissue fro scaffolds and stem cells >>

* Partial reversal of aging achieved in mice using a controllable telomerase gene >>
* Hammers Slammers like Nuclear powered tanks for the late 2020s and 2030s >>
* This Dog Thought-To-Speech Translator Is Bogus >>

* Chip Saves Power by Fudging the Figures >>
* Human and Robot Talk for the First Time in Space | Video >>
* Humanoids to 4-Legged Machines: ‘Robot Olympics’ Shows Off Diverse Designs >>

* Handicapping the 2013 DARPA Robotics Challenge >>
* Scientists develop an ‘elixir’ that reverses a known cause of aging >>
* Method for mass production of graphene-based field-effect transistors developed >>

* Oculus VR gets into game publishing with some help from former EA VP >>
* Algorithms Won’t Replace Managers, But Will Change Everything About What They Do >>
* Jobs Open Up in Automobile Mechatronics >>

* DNA Motor Transports Cargo Along Carbon Nanotube >>
* Virtuix Omni is a Step Toward True Virtual Reality Gaming (Video) >>
* Matternet’s Package Delivery Drones >>

* The Most In-Demand Job Skills Of 2013 >>
* British Porn Filters Block Sex Education And Rape Crisis Sites >>
* New technique measures mass of exoplanets >>

* Genome could help solve mystery of flowers >>
* A Solar Boom So Successful, It’s Been Halted >>
* 2013 review: The year in technology >>

* Stanford and Google team up to simulate key drug receptor >>
* WATCH LIVE: DARPA Robotics Challenge >>
* Real-Life ‘RoboCop’ May Be Coming to a Street Near You >>

* Researchers show power of mirror neuron system in learning, language understanding >>
* Brain connections may explain why girls mature faster >>
* Ideas for making your bathroom just a touch smarter >>

* New type of cell division discovered >>
* Reviewed.com roundup: Cars, cameras, and more >>
* Braun Forehead Thermometer to Make Kids’ Fever Tracking Easier >>

* The Biggest Science Stories of 2013 >>
* Group Of Teenagers With3D Printer Just Gave Little Girl Life-Changing xmas Gift >>
* Tomorrow Technologies >>

* A year in medicine: review of 2013 >>

* BioMonitor Implantable Wireless ECG Now Approved for Whole-Body MRI >>
* Researchers create method to target and kill harmful bacteria >>

* Mapping objects in the brain >>
* Foundation Offers $1 Million Prize For A Bioengineered Liver >>
* Watch a robotic cube walk and balance under its own power >>

* BitTorrent unveils secure messaging service to counter NSA dragnet surveillance >>
* Under Seattle, a Big Object Blocks Bertha. What Is It? >>

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