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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 19 January 2015

* Wake Up And Smell The Fridge That Brews Coffee >>
* Biosensor to help machines smell like humans >>
* Watch: 3D-Printed Fibonacci sculptures come to life in mind-blowing optical illusion >>

* Scientists come up with findings on beneficial effects of metformin >>
* Closing your eyes boosts memory recall, new study finds >>
* Pills to adjust night-shift workers’ body clock >>

* Researchers create Methuselah fly by selecting best cells >>
* DNA Extracted from Extinct Giant Kangaroo >>

* Can DNA Nanobots Successfully Treat Cancer Patients? First Human Trial Soon >>
* Gene in fruitflies eliminates bad cells and extends lifespan >>
* AI Has Arrived, and That Really Worries the World’s Brightest Minds >>

* Japan’s ATD-X Stealth fighter software glitch and comparison of 5th Gen Fighters >>
* How the brain controls fat burning >>
* Cosmologist to give ‘state of the universe address’ in live webcast >>

* Earth Can Contaminate Alien Meteorites Quickly, Study Shows >>
* Watch One Of Our Foxtrot Alpha Readers Refuel His B-1B Behind A KC-135R >>
* This Is Elon Musk’s Plan To Build A Space Internet >>

* Best of CES 2015 Awards, Disruptive Tech: Energous WattUp >>
* ‘Emotional’ robot to help with dementia care >>
* See SpaceX’s Rocket Landing Crash Up Close with These Photos & Video >>

* Machine learning helps Stanford physicists predict dangerous solar flares earlier >>
* Planets outside our solar system more hospitable to life than thought >>
* Russia’s unmanned next generation fighter is being based off the MIG Skat Stealth UCAV prototype >>

* Facebook is opening up some of its AI research for public use >>
* Learning a second language after age 10 boosts brain, study finds >>
* Self-driving Cars Get Good Navigation on the Cheap >>

* Peering Back 13-Billion Years to Glimpse Quasars Powered by Supermassive Black Holes >>
* Venus Express: ESA’s 1st Mission to Venus >>
* Gestures and Eye Movements Will Control Cars >>

* Three nearly Earth-size planets found orbiting nearby star >>
* Software that knows the risks >>
* Star Wars: Han, Luke and Leia will be in the next trailer >>

* Human activity has pushed Earth beyond four of nine ‘planetary boundaries’, scientists warn >>
* Scientists Have Decided Earth Entered A New Epoch On July 16, 1945 >>
* Bill Gates Is Revolutionizing How History Is Taught, And We Went To A Poor NYC High School To See It In Action >>

* Programmable DNA ‘smart glue’ could speed 3D-printed organ research >>
* Google Search Will Be Your Next Brain >>
* ‘Smart Shoe’ Devices Could Charge Up as You Walk >>

* The Galactic Core in Infrared >>
* Baidu image recognition has fewer errors than Google and is close to human level >>
* Elon Musk will make global internet satellite network and use it to fund cities on Mars and then he will expand it >>

* Getting Closer? Newest Kepler-2 Findings “Reveal Earthlike Planets Common in Milky Way Galaxy” >>
* Fox Wants To Bring Back The X-Files, David Duchovny And Gillian Anderson >>
* Best of CES 2015 Awards, Automotive: Mercedes F 015 concept car >>

* New York governor wants statewide 100Mbps internet by 2019 >>
* 1-Year Space Station Mission May Pave NASA’s Way to Mars >>
* Cutting the Cord: Net TV grows in quantity and quality >>

* How stars, galaxies formed in early Universe >>
* 2015 Super Bowl Ads Preview >>
* The Pocket Bike >>

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