Archive for April 25, 2014

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 April 2014

* You’re Going To Want This Awesome Toy Dinosaur >>
* IBM 3D Prints World’s Smallest Magazine Cover >>
* Cloaked DNA nanodevices survive immune system, pave way for smart anticancer DNA nanorobots >>

* Wearable tech connects astronauts to the smells they love on earth [VIDEO] >>
* Your Thoughts May Be Nothing More than “Self-Organized Criticality” >>
* Hulu bans VPN access over copyright concerns >>
* Anonymous’ radio-based networking keeps protesters off the grid >>

* Google and NASA will make smarter flying spheres with kinect sensors >>
* Solar power has a long way to go to be a cheap environment savior >>
* Spacex provides more info on soft water landing goals of lowering costs 10x >>

* Lawrenceville Plasma Physics Presentation >>
* SpaceX to File Official Protest Against US Air Force Over Military Launch Contracts >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – April 25, 2014 >>

* Milky Way’s Structure Mapped in Unprecedented Detail >>
* Smart animation explains how tsunamis form and why they’re so scary >>
* Imagine What Could Be Done With a “Penny4NASA” >>

* Video Friday: Obama vs. ASIMO, 3D Printed Hands, and Drone Delivery Fail >>
* Self-driving Cars You Can Trust >>
* Counterintuitive Defocusing Technique Produces 3-D Microscope Images >>

* Nissan develops first ‘self-cleaning’ car prototype (w/ Video) >>
* Criminal street gangs: Researchers people skills give females an advantage >>
* IBM uses heat silicon tip to eatch a magazine cover so small, 2000 could fit on grain of salt >>

* Garbage Fuel Will Power British Airways Planes >>
* Rat study shows deep-space travel could damage the brain >>
* New Quantum Theory Could Explain the Flow of Time >>

* Could we travel to Mars in 30 DAYS? Nasa believes nuclear-powered rockets >>
* New sensor molecules have potential for early cancer detection >>
* Facebook buys fitness app firm >>

* Scientists crack genetic code of deadly tsetse fly >>
* Disney Is Going To Nuke All The ‘Star Wars’ Books And Comics Fans >>
* Space Radiation Remains Major Hazard for Humans Going to Mars >>

* Netflix to become real TV and get its own ‘cable channel’ next week >>
* Mars Rover Curiosity Snaps First Asteroid Photo from Red Planet >>
* Commercial 3D printer for Nanostructures >>

* DNA: Past to the Present >>
* Google X Lab Files Patent for Contact Lens With Built-In Camera >>
* Printoo is an Arduino-based platform of paper-thin, low-power boards and modules >>

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