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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 November 2014

* Google Glass Failed, but Here’s the Path Its Successors Will Take | MIT Technology Review >>
* UK funds $400 million for quantum computers and has promising trapped ion results for a scalable system >>
* Groundbreaking Microscope Makes 3D Video of Living Cells in Real Time >>

* Ray Kurzweil presented with IEEE Eta Kappa Nu honor society’s top honor >>
* Emoticons Strongly Influence How We Respond to Written Communication >>
* DNA Can Survive Reentry from Space >>

* Trials For First Ebola Vaccine Have Positive Results >>
* Martin Rees: The world in 2050 and beyond >>

* Impenetrable barrier to ultrarelativistic electrons in the Van Allen radiation belts >>
* The first digital animal will be open source nematode worm funded by kickstarter >>
* Complex, reliable and modular synthetic biology networks will enable biosensing cancer and other applications >>

* Throwback Thursday: Giving thanks for our Universe (Synopsis) >>
* 3D Printing of Reduced Graphene Oxide Nanowires >>
* Complex, reliable and modular synthetic biology networks will enable biosensing cancer and other applications >>

* DARPA FLASH >>
* Laser-Etch Your Pumpkin Pie To Create a True Thanksgiving Masterpiece >>
* Code jockeys: count up and grab your fabulous tablets >>

* Fastest LTE speed will be out of reach for most users >>
* The camera that ‘stop bullets’ mid-air: Device captures stunning shots of food being demolished in two millionths of a second >>

* 10 National Geographic Photographers Give Thanks for the Photos That Changed Them >>
* Microsoft to unveil Windows 10 consumer features at January event >>

Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 November 2014 >>
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