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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 September 2014

* Wine Critics Watch Out: Artificial Tongues Are Getting Better >>
* World population could near 11 billion by 2100 >>
* New gluten sensor will sniff out hidden flour >>

* This Artificial Tongue Can Taste the Tannins in Wine >>
* Oracle founder Larry Ellison resigns after 35 years as CEO >>
* Facebook turns its feed into a popularity contest >>

* Google to boost Android encryption, joining Apple >>
* Alibaba a market valuation of $167.6 billion >>

* Ebola ‘threat to world security’ >>
* Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future >>
* The Disruption Myth >>

* Capturing the motion of a single molecule in real time as it oscillates from one quantum state to another >>
* Popular Science picks best inventions for 2014 >>
* This Exoplanet Has Prematurely Aged its Star >>

* VIDEO: Technology helps India’s farmers >>
* First blood test to diagnose depression in adults >>
* Where Confidence Lives In the Brain >>

* TEDMED DC: The Companies We Met in The Hive >>
* Smallest known galaxy with supermassive black hole discovered >>
* Brains Get a Performance Boost From Believing Effort Trumps Genetics >>

* Drone-Carrying Drone Carries Drone Carries Drone Carries Gum >>
* This 3-D Printed Smartphone Microscope Only Costs a Dollar >>
* NASA’s Second Shuttle Carrier Jet Lands on Public Display >>

* Watch a Mammoth Airbus A380 Go From the Assembly Line to the Runway >>
* Research team aims to improve plant-based battery with neutrons, simulation >>

* Meta 1 Augmented Reality Glasses Are Dragging Us Into A VR Future >>
* What every Java developer needs to know about Java 9 >>
* Technology Stalled in 1970 >>

* Pocket-sized drone with a 360 degree that can fly through windows and tunnels >>
* Strangest star: 6 things we didn’t know about the sun >>
* Nuclear spins control current in plastic LED >>

* LSU Health research discovers means to free immune system to destroy cancer >>
* Advanced molecular “sieves” could be used for carbon capture >>
* ‘Honeybee’ robots replicate swarm behavior >>

* Tiny Implants Could Give Humans Self-Healing Superpowers >>
* Humans could live in ‘space cities’ that orbit Earth – and beyond – by 2100, claims expert >>
* Finding supports model on cause of DNA’s right-handed double helix >>

* Nanotechnologists Discover How to Carve Tunnels Beneath the Surface of Silicon Chips >>
* New Evidence That We Could Grow Vegetables On Mars And The Moon >>
* U.S. Army Wants A Parachuting Tank >>

* MIT’s New BioSuit Shrinkwraps Astronauts to Hold Them Together >>
* Facebook Will Try to Stop Showing You Old, Irrelevant Posts >>
* Gaze In Wonder at the Best Astronomy Photographs of the Year >>

* Tiny Humanoid Robot Learning to Fly Real Airplanes >>
* Google Works with NASA to Test Cars Without Backup Drivers >>

* See Jeff Bezos Unveil Blue Origin’s New Rocket Engine (Video) >>
* The promise of Promise Theory: The O’Reilly Radar Podcast >>
* Project and Task-Management Tool Trello Hits 5 Million Users >>

* This Bizarre Organism Builds Itself a New Genome Every Time It Has Sex >>
* The Navy’s New Triton Drone Just Flew Clear Across America >>
* Artificial Sweeteners May Contribute to Metabolic Disorders >>

* Researchers design ‘artificial nose’ to detect DNA differentiation with single nucleotide resolution >>
* Elon Musk: Self-Driving Teslas Are Just Six Years Away >>
* 11 Outrageous Things Billionaire Larry Ellison Has Taught The World >>

* Ebola outbreak: Health team ‘found dead’ in Guinea >>
* MIT’s Amazing DARPA-Funded Jumping Robot Shows How The US Military Is Pivoting To Disaster Relief >>
* 10 Horrifying Technologies That Should Never Be Allowed To Exist >>

* New Tech Lets You Design and Print Your New Home on Mars in Just 24 Hours >>
* New update sets Apple TV up as smart home hub >>
* Iraq War 3 >>

* Scientists uncover the neural basis of confidence in the rat brain >>
* Newest Androids will join iPhones in offering default encryption, blocking police >>
* How Close Are We to Star Trek Propulsion? >>

* Measuring the motion patterns of bacteria in real time >>
* Interactive Bionic Man, featuring 14 novel biotechnologies >>

* Why Air Power is not enough to force surrender in simple terms >>
* InsideAR 2014 Munich >>

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