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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 2 August 2014

* Technique turns bodies ‘see-through’ >>
* Remote-Controlled Contraceptives Are Finally Here >>

* Nasa confirms ‘impossible’ fuel-free thrusters DO work >>
* Spray-on cells can turn ANYTHING into a solar panel >>

* A New Underwater Internet Cable Directly Connects Crimea And Russia >>
* A Tiny Printer That Spits Out Whatever’s on Your iPhone’s Screen >>
* Sprint Will Sell a $12 Wireless Plan that Only Connects to Facebook or Twitter >>

* BitTorrent unveils NSA-proof online calling and messaging software >>
* Computer writes its own fables >>
* NASA: New “impossible” engine works, could change space travel forever >>

* Now That Mice Use Doorbells, We Are Officially Living in a Cartoon >>
* You Can Now Launch Your Dead Pets Into Space >>
* Facebook goes down AGAIN and what do people do? Call 911 >>

* Train robots hands-on to dump trash with this new OS >>
* Using Your Ear to Track Your Heart >>
* Oxygen-Generating Mars Rover to Bring Colonization Closer >>

* Researchers turn culture in to cold, hard data >>
* Elon Musk Promises 100,000 Electric Cars Per Year >>

* Google Barge Sold For Scrap >>
* MIT Students Use Lasers To Restart Failed 3D Print Jobs >>
* Researchers Create Virtual Reality ‘Parties’ To Treat Drug Addiction >>

* End of chemotherapy within 20 years as pioneering DNA project launched >>
* Almost 200,000 people may have been affected by US visa system crash >>
* Google Glass: Paramedics’ next tool >>

* Giant asteroids battered early Earth, NASA scientists say >>
* The Great Recession Probably Caused 7000 to 10000 excess suicides in the USA but saved lives by reducing car travel >>

* Oculus Rift Made Me Believe I Could Fly >>
* Reptile Database surpasses 10,000 reptile species >>
* San Francisco airport to test sensors that talk to smartphone apps to help the blind find their way >>

* Researchers discover universal molecular ‘flag’ that highlights critical genes >>
* A Gesture-Controlled Headlamp Means No More Fumbling For Buttons >>

* VIDEO: Immersive cinema: Is this the future? >>
* VIDEO: Who are the children fleeing to the US border? >>
* NASA: New “impossible” engine works, could change space travel forever >>

* Tesla, Panasonic Team Up for “Giga” Battery Factory >>
* Soon to Join the Internet of Things: the Quantified Cup >>
* Video Friday: MorpHex Hexapod, Cheering Robots, and MIT Robotics Competition >>

* Google Glass app aims to improve surgeon training in Stanford University Medical School >>
* The social origins of intelligence in the brain >>
* Japan makes superconducting tapes able to hold 100000 amps and UK researchers trap a 17.6 tesla field >>

* Mobile Gadgets That Connect to Wi-Fi without a Battery >>
* Layer of Nanospheres Enables a Pure Lithium Battery Anode >>

* As Ebola Spreads in West Africa, Science Searches For the Cure >>
* Ebola Serum: Explaining the Americans’ Experimental Treatments >>
* VIDEO: Ebola patients ‘refusing isolation’ >>
* This Amazing Jet Will Transport Ebola Victims From Africa To The U.S. >>

* Containing Ebola Is Extremely Labor Intensive, Former CDC Researcher Says >>
* Ebola moving faster than efforts to control it >>
* Ebola Discoverer Says He Would ‘Sit Next To Someone’ With The Virus >>
* We have the science to build an Ebola vaccine. So why hasn’t it happened? >>

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