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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 March 2014

* China to blow away smog with DRONES >>
* Watch man get stunned by Unmanned Personal Intercept Drone (stun copter!) >>
* This Satellite HD Video From Space Is Going To Change The World >>

* Spin of distant black hole measured at half of speed of light >>
* In 2015, humanoid robot Nao will be able to keep your secrets >>
* Scientists decipher Elephant lingo, find they have a specific alarm call >>

* VIDEO: Gene therapy breakthrough on HIV >>
* Malaria spreads to higher altitudes >>
* Experimental Device Could Prevent HIV & Pregnancy in Women >>

* New Ruling Means Commercial Drones Are Finally Legal… Sort Of >>
* The robot tractor and precision farming >>
* New Users In India And China Will Dominate Global Smartphone Sales This Year >>

* Our First View into the “Blackout Zones” of the Human Genome >>
* The computer you can roll up: Developers make SGT breakthrough >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – March 7, 2014 >>

* Mini-nuclear plants safe as windmills, says Urenco boss >>
* Facebook unveils simplified News Feed page >>
* Indian-American scientist creates world’s first 3D fingerprint >>

* US Navy’s Next-Generation Aircraft Carrier Begins Testing Phase >>
* Eating too much meat and eggs is ‘just as bad as smoking’ scientists >>
* Vodafone ‘reaches deal to buy Spanish company Ono’ >>

* Can “Cosmos” Get People Talking About Science Again? >>
* Could Nasa save us from SINKHOLES? Radar data could predict terrifying caverns >>
* A new way to profile immune cells in blood >>

* As Temperatures Climb, So Does Malaria >>
* Bracelets Can Detect Chemical Exposures >>
* 200,000 idle computers aid the hunt for new drugs >>

* Samsung jumps into crowded music market >>
* How to Make a Microscope Out of Paper in 10 Minutes >>
* World’s Most Advanced Diving Suit Could Lead to a Cure for Cancer >>

* At SXSW, Oracle Accelerates Startups And Connects Social >>
* Commercial Drones Are Now Legal, According To Federal Ruling >>
* Video Friday: Ninja NAO, Robotic Refueling, and Too Many Legs >>

* Next frontier in 3D printing – body parts? >>
* HTTPS More Vulnerable To Traffic Analysis Attacks Than Suspected >>
* Kepler Mission Moves Humanity into a New Era –Closing in on Habitable Alien Worlds >>

* Telescope Bigger Than A Galaxy, Really – Thanks Einstein! | Video >>
* To Repair the World: Paul Farmer Speaks to the Next Generation >>
* Alzheimer’s Kills Six times more than previsously believed which is as Many People as Cancer, Heart Disease >>

* Gene Therapy Progress is Summarized >>
* Operational Lunar Space Elevator planned by end of 2019 >>
* Virtual Reality Startups Look Back to the Future >>

* Study: Recycling plastic at home saves energy and dramatically cuts 3D printing costs >>
* 3D Printing of tissue with blood vessels are a key breakthrough that will lead to creating full size artificial organs >>
* Social Physics: How Good Ideas Spread — The Lessons from a New Science >>

* Optical nano-tweezers allow for manipulating nanoscale objects >>
* Imaging small biomolecules inside live cells >>
* Venus Near Dawn >>

* Mobile-Location Services Won’t Succeed Unless They Give Users A Good Reason To Opt In >>
* Common Sense: Why Russia Can’t Afford Another Cold War >>
* Our 4K Future — The New TV Standard Is Here And It Will Roll Out Much Faster Than HD >>

* Why Your Next Tutor Might Not Be A Human >>
* New drug could reverse age-related cognitive decline >>
* Medicine in the Age of Supercomputers >>

* Google glass could read your emotions – and send them to advertisers >>
* The Truth About ‘10,000 Steps’ a Day >>
* Biomaterials for the 21st Century – Repairing spinal cords (video) >>

* The rechargeable revolution: A better battery >>
* Katherine Freese on Dark Matter Developments >>
* Paul Allen offers up $8M for artificial intelligence researchers to uncover ‘world-changing breakthroughs’ >>

* $600 3d printed heart saves a childs life >>
* Elon Musk’s Plan to Save the Military $1B a Year >>
* Moon shots: the far-out space suits of past, present, and future >>

* What We Learned This Week >>
* Found: The Fastest-Approaching Object in the Universe >>
* Google ‘pretty sure’ your data is safe: Schmidt >>

* Free wi-fi hotspots pose data risk, Europol warns >>
* ‘Carbon bubble’ threatens stock markets, say MPs >>

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