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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 April 2014

* Researchers See New Importance for Y Chromosome >>
* Future chips may operate at atomic dimensions >>
* Excitons observed in action for the first time >>

* Injectable Sensor Shows Oxygen Level Under MRI >>
* Gecko-like adhesives now work on real-world surfaces >>
* Scientists find clues about human ageing in blood of 115-year-old >>

* Brain circuits involved in emotion discovered by neuroscientists >>
* Israeli Tech Tracks A Skeleton For Biometric Authentication >>
* First transfusions of “manufactured” blood planned for 2016 >>

* 10 Breakthrough Technologies 2014 >>
* Perspective on 10 Breakthrough Technologies >>
* Genome Editing >>
* Mobile Collaboration >>
* Smart Wind and Solar Power >>
* Neuromorphic Chips >>
* Agricultural Drones >>
* Agile Robots >>
* Brain Mapping >>
* Oculus Rift >>
* Microscale 3-D Printing >>
* Ultraprivate Smartphones >>

* Algorithm ramps up genetic computation >>
* Systems meltdown plunges US immigration courts into pen-and-paper stone age >>
* Israel making Iron Dome missile defence enhancements >>

* Band of drones can play music better than your average human >>
* Buzz Aldrin Wants NASA Astronauts to Visit Asteroid in Deep Space >>
* “Spacetime is an Emerging Phenomenon” –Does It Violate Einstein’s Special Relativity? >>

* This Utility Truck Can Exterminate a Pothole Every 120 Seconds >>
* Google Street View Now Lets You Travel Back In Time >>
* The First Known Binary Supermassive Black Hole In An Ordinary Galaxy >>

* Q&A with Alex Pang, author, ‘The Distraction Addiction’ >>
* Graphene and Carbon Nanotubes Join Forces to Tackle Supercapacitors >>
* Genetic Researchers Strike Men Off The Endangered Species List >>

* Japan’s Plan for Centimeter-Resolution GPS >>
* High school seniors conquer watery ketchup with 3D-printed bottle cap >>
* With 24 Million Students, Codecademy Is Bigger Than You Thought >>

* ARIN Is Down To the Last /8 of IPv4 Addresses >>
* Robots in the lab >>
* AI researcher explains how to stop Skynet from happening >>

* The Next Samsung Galaxy Cameraphone Leaks >>
* iBeacons, privacy, and security >>
* Watch the First BASE Jump From the Tip of the World’s Tallest Building >>

* Not Just for Sex: Why the Y Chromosome Hasn’t Vanished >>
* IBM Watson Group to transform the consumer shopping experience >>
* When We Talk About Technology, It’s Time to Stop Using the Word ‘Mobile’ >>

* Bionic eye helps blind man see again >>
* Contact Lenses With Night Vision Coming To Troops? >>

* First sex determining genes appeared in mammals 180 million years ago >>
* Human Neural Stem Cells Survive Long-term when Transplanted into Primate Brain >>
* LeWeb’13 Paris – Google Hangout >>

* 135 million pieces of junk are orbiting Earth at 18,000 mph >>
* Pocket Printer secures Kickstarter cash >>

* A lamp is spying on New Yorkers and tweeting their conversations >>
* Ear implant uses electrical impulses to regrow auditory nerves >>

* Roku Streaming Stick review: TV everywhere >>
* Cellphones ignite a ‘reading revolution’ in poor countries >>
* International Conference on Aging and Disease 2014 >>

* Japan’s Plan for Centimeter-Resolution GPS >>
* Nanometer-Scale Magnet Makes Tiny, Powerful MRI >>
* Man among first in US to get ‘bionic eye’ (Update) >>

* The hemihelix: Scientists discover a new shape using rubber bands (w/ video) >>
* Top Technology Trends for 2014 >>
* “Existence” | Talks at Google >>

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