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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 28 February 2015

February 28, 2015 Leave a comment

* Leonard Nimoy, Star Trek’s Mr Spock, dies at 83 >>
* Leonard Nimoy’s final tweet is beautiful, and it broke my heart >>
* Leonard Nimoy Showed Us What It Truly Means To Be Human >>

* Google Unveils Plans For Flexible, Biodome-Like Headquarters In Mountain View >>
* Technology could eliminate snow days for schools >>
* Google’s artificial intelligence can dominate Atari video games >>

* Ancient DNA reveals how wheat came to Britain >>
* World’s first 3D-printed jet engine created >>
* This Small Robot Boat Can Patrol Mega yachts >>

* The Emerging Challenge of Augmenting Virtual Worlds With Physical Reality >>
* Smart Motorcycle Helmet Maker Skully Lands $11 Million In Series A To Start Manufacturing The AR-1 >>
* Net Neutrality Begs A Big Legal Question: What Changed About The Internet? >>

* Robear is a robot bear that can care for the elderly >>
* Microsoft’s Goals For Their New Web Rendering Engine >>
* The super-resolution revolution >>

* Anderson Algorithm increases surgical success with advanced ovarian cancer >>
* Breakthrough in understanding how cancer cells metastasize >>
* Spacex will try to launch two satellites on Sunday >>

* Discovery Of 8,000-Year-Old Wheat Could Rewrite Ancient British History >>
* Google’s Crazy New Campus Will Be Covered In Giant Canopied Domes >>
* Virtual Creatures in a Box, Controlled by You >>

* Google Glass, HoloLens, and the Real Future of Augmented Reality >>
* A ‘breakthrough’ in rechargeable batteries for electronic devices and electric vehicles >>
* Graphene shown to neutralize cancer stem cells >>

* At EmTech Digital, Meet Insiders from Magic Leap, Google’s Project Loon >>
* Puzzling bright spots on dwarf planet Ceres >>
* Controlling pain by optogenetic stimulation of the brain’s pain center >>

* Optical Nanosensor Production Only Needs CDs, Tape, and Aluminum >>
* The Brain Forum 2015 >>
* Less Than 40 Percent of People Worldwide Have Ever Connected to the Internet >>

* Hyperloop Construction Starts Next Year With the First Full-Scale Track >>
* 3D Robotics Taps Qualcomm For $50M Series C And Mobile Tech >>
* Android Phone’s Battery Use Can Reveal User Location >>

* Romanian Scientists Make Artificial Blood from Sea Worms >>
* Google Flights tool improved for people ‘not sure where they want to go’ >>
* First biological proof that ME is real found by scientists >>

* Nuclear power: Energy for the future or relic of the past? >>
* Cern to test new particle model >>

* Scopes that caused UCLA superbug deaths linked to past outbreaks >>
* Can wearables go prime time in 2015? >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 February 2015

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* 3D-printed cities: is this the future? >>
* Australian researchers create first 3D-printed jet engine >>
* Rats Remember Acts Of Kindness: For The First Time, Direct Reciprocation Observed In The Animal Kingdom >>

* IBM Pumps $4 Billion Into Cloud and Mobile Initiatives >>
* 22 Quotes That Take You Inside Albert Einstein’s Revolutionary Mind >>
* Corporate Leaders Aren’t Prepared for the Internet of Things >>

* Hyperloop startup wants a 5-mile track by 2018 >>
* Docker Launches Its Container Orchestration Tools >>
* Smartphone chips are about to get better at gaming, Twitter and Netflix >>

* This smartwatch comes with a separate screen that doubles as a battery >>
* Samsung wants to put 128GB of fast storage in your next phone >>

* Star Wars-Style “Bionic Hand’ Fitted To First Patients >>
* Here’s what we know about Magic Leap so far >>

* Amazon files patent for 3D printing delivery trucks >>

* Cold Atoms And Lasers Do What Computers Can’t >>
* Mystery of early black holes deepens with huge new find >>
* 5 Reasons Women Ignore Heart Attacks >>

* Radar sensors support parking management >>
* Smart bottles make use of printed sensor tags >>
* Could Earth’s other ‘moon’ reveal the solar system’s secrets? Cruithne’s strange orbit may shed light on how planets evolve >>

* Why your brain needs touch to make you human >>
* Net Neutrality and the Open Internet >>
* FCC approves new net neutrality rules >>

* Facebook’s new gender option: Fill in the blank >>
* Solar is hot: Google invests $300 million in SolarCity fund >>
* Report: Google to unveil revamped payments tool >>

* SpaceX now targeting late Sunday launch from Cape >>
* Nasa spacecraft to study Earth’s magnetic fields >>
* Check Out the Mars Rover’s New Selfie >>

* Google Is Paying Millions to Help You Switch to Solar Power >>
* This Computer Learned How to Totally Devastate You at Pong >>
* Astronomers find black hole 12bn times bigger than the sun >>

* Add Bluetooth to Old Speakers, New Cases for Your Gadgets, More Deals >>
* Aukey Portable Wireless Bluetooth 3.0 Audio Music Streaming Receiver Adapter with 3.5 mm Stereo Output and Hands free Calling for Car and Sound system (BR-C1, White) >>

* First human head transplant could happen in two years >>
* Facebook: Only 40% of the world has ever connected to the Internet >>
* Ancient Black Hole Discovered –12 Billion Times Mass of the Sun! >>

* Best 3D View of Deep Universe Reveals Astonishing Details (Video) >>
* Forging Metamaterials: Labs Craft Invisibility Cloaks, Perfect Lenses and Nanostructures (Kavli Roundtable) >>

* ‘Rotisserie’ Planets Could Host Alien Life — If Wet Enough >>

* Human head transplant project proposed for 2017 and further mice and monkey work in next few months >>
* How to Make Multicore Chips Faster, More Efficient >>
* Will Nissan Beat Google and Uber to Self-Driving Taxis? >>

* New Wave System Claims Huge Energy per Ton Potential >>
* 5G cellphone wireless speeds of 1 terabit per second done in the lab across 100 meters and will publicly demo in 2018 >>
* Cancer risk linked to DNA ‘wormholes’ >>

* New Titanium-Making Process Could Result in Lighter Aircraft >>
* Magnetic nanoparticles could stop blood-clot-caused strokes and heart attacks >>
* Internet-of-Things Radio Chip Consumes a Little Power to Save a Lot >>

* Data Mining Indian Recipes Reveals New Food Pairing Phenomenon >>
* Add Bluetooth to Old Speakers, New Cases for Your Gadgets, More Deals >>
* Google AI Now Self Learning >>

* Be Calm, Robots Aren’t About to Take Your Job, MIT Economist Says >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 26 February 2015

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* AI program teaches itself to win computer games >>
* Introducing Project Solaris – Towards the Conception of a Distributed Solar Energy Harvester >>
* Will 2015 Be The Year Our Smartphones Link Up To Our Brains? >>

* Mind-Controlled Drone Scientists Work On Groundbreaking Flight >>
* Amazon Files Patent For Mobile 3D Printing Delivery Trucks >>
* Portland installs turbines in their city water pipes, powers city by flushing toilets >>

* Bluetooth starts weaving its mesh for IoT >>
* Next-Generation Networks Feel What You Feel >>
* Google Lunar XPrize Teams To Hold ‘Nascar’ Race On The Moon >>

* A quick color-coded test for Ebola >>
* Brain makes decisions with same method used to break WW2 Enigma code >>
* Future Crimes: Everything Is Connected, Everyone Is Vulnerable and What to do about It >>

* Building customized DNA nanotubes step by step >>
* Following Your Phone Friends Finds You >>
* Microsoft gives eligible students free Office 365 subscriptions >>

* Venture Capitalists Love Biotech Right Now >>
* Silicon Nanofibers Boost Li-ion Batteries for EVs >>
* Create an HD Fly-Through Video Tour in Google Earth Pro >>

* Now We Actually Have a Real Reason to Dread Solar Eclipses >>
* Smartphone Thermometer Helps Complete Your Digital Doctor’s Bag >>
* The Eiffel Tower Is Generating Power With a Hidden Wind Farm On Its Legs >>

* World’s first Bluetooth- and NFC-enabled padlock coming in March >>
* Magic Leap Trash-Talks The HoloLens, Even With Nothing To Show Itself >>
* Mind-controlled drones promise a future of hands-free flying >>

* New Display Technology Lets LCDs Produce Princess Leia-Style Holograms >>
* Mobile World Congress 2015 >>
* European roadmap for graphene science and technology published >>

* How India Is Ahead Of The Game In TV Unbundling >>
* Rule Change Sought by Tech Firms Will Allow Some Spouses of Immigrants to Work >>
* Chrome’s 1,000th web experiment visualizes all the others >>

* Stardock to deliver a Windows 10 Start menu replacement >>
* Giant Asteroid Collision May Have Radically Transformed Mars >>
* Researchers discover cellular networks can be used to detect dangerous fog >>

* Physicists offer solution to puzzle of the origin of matter in the universe >>
* Automated system enables unmanned aircraft to land >>
* Future vehicles will be virtually tested before the first prototype is built >>

* Build a World-Class Insect Imaging System for under $6,000 >>
* Sensor-packed smartphones can read your mood, guard your data, and wreak havoc in the wrong hands >>
* Now, a daily pill cuts the risk of HIV infection among gay men by 86% >>

* Weed is 114 times less deadly than alcohol, study finds >>
* Now, a 10-min strip test for Ebola, dengue >>
* Here’s How Drugs and Screening Can Stop HIV’s Spread >>

* Google machine learns to master video games >>
* Ep. 367: Spitzer Does Exoplanets >>
* Robotnik Enters Mobile Manipulator Market With RB-1 >>

* How to Build a Safer Internet of Things >>
* Poker-Playing AIs Today, Skynet Tomorrow >>
* Astronomy Picture of the Day >>

* AMD showing chips and chip technology pipeline >>
* Intel describing 10 nanometer chips and 7 nanometer will need new materials >>
* Russia getting about a dozen new submarines and another dozen navy ships over the next two to three years >>

* 4 Awesome Robots Spotted at Toy Fair 2015 | Video >>
* Meet Bond, the Robot That Creates Handwritten Notes for You >>
* Study: Stem Cell Breakthrough Opens Door To Same-Sex Couples Having Their Own Babies >>

* Video: Brain-controlled drone shown off by Tekever in Lisbon >>
* Net Neutrality: Why You Should Be Paying Attention To The Battle For Equal Internet >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 February 2015

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* Tiny Robot Grippers Dissolve Away in Your Body Once Their Job Is Done >>
* UK Scientists Claim 1Tbps Data Speed Via Experimental 5G Technology >>
* IBM Wants You To Make Connected Things Faster Than A Coffee >>

* How to Send a Message 1,000 Years to the Future >>
* 2015 Top 10 Technology Trends >>

* Why You Should Be Printing Your Digital Photos >>
* Wisdom teeth may help treat eye disease >>

* Day dreaming helps the mind in doing complex tasks later >>
* ‘Star Trek’ Leonard Nimoy Hospitalized After Chest Pains As William Shatner Reveals Health Issues [Video] >>

* Will holidays soon be uploaded to our MINDS? Dr Michio Kaku reveals how we could use our brains in the next 50 years >>
* Growing a mature forest in ten years instead of 600 to 1000 years >>
* Apple to Spend Almost $2 Billion on European Data Centers >>

* The Way to Make Delivery Drones Work Is Using…Trucks? >>
* The Ubiquitous Camera >>
* A wearable, 3D-printable temperature sensor >>

* Discovery could lead to more powerful graphene-based organic electronic devices >>
* 23andMe granted authorization by FDA to market first direct-to-consumer genetic test >>

* Injected into the body, self-healing nanogel acts as customized long-term drug supply >>
* The Problem With Those DNA-Based Mugshots >>

* No, These Apps Can’t Detect Cancer. Just Stop. >>
* These Mice on a Treadmill Show Weight Loss Drugs in Action >>
* Facebook AI Director Discusses Deep Learning, Hype, and the Singularity >>

* Better-Than-Human AI Would Undoubtedly Eradicate Us, with Michael Vassar >>
* Open Data, Packet Dumping, GPU Deep Learning, and Genetic Approval >>

* Rats May Be Exonerated in European Plague, Say Scientists With a Gerbil Theory >>
* Brains Aren’t Fooled By Virtual Reality >>
* Lifeboat Foundation — Futurism Update — Feb/25/2015 >>

* Attitudes to the Future >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 24 February 2015

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* Building Face, and a Case, on DNA >>
* Radio chip for the Internet of things >>
* Google teams with carriers on mobile pay system >>

* Battery power alone can be used to track Android phones >>
* Armband to sound an alarm if you have fever >>
* Will gravestones of the future represent your digital life? >>

* The inventor who may kill the power cord >>
* Change Agents: Charge your electronic device through thin air? >>

* Move Over, Arduino: Here Comes the Cosmac Elf >>
* Building AI to Play by Any Rules >>
* Beam Is An App-Controlled Pico-Projector To Liven Up Your Light Sockets >>

* Europe’s Newly-Tested Space Plane Aims for Next Launch in 2019 >>
* Soft Robotics for a Europa Rover >>
* Programmable Chips for a More Powerful Web and Smarter Phones >>

* Microsoft should trash its new Windows 10 Recycle Bin >>
* Great, Drones Are Spying on Cell Phone Signals Now >>
* This Idea Must Die: Scientific Theories That Are Blocking Progress >>

* Volvo will run a public test of self-driving cars with 100 real people in 2017 >>
* “Close Encounter!” –The Rogue Star That Passed Through Our Solar System >>
* China and USA working on mach 10+ hypersonic weapons >>
* When Exponential Progress Becomes Reality >>

* The light that does lots! >>
* Microsoft Band update lets you type replies and track your cycling >>
* Inbox is finally coming to Google Apps accounts, but there’s a catch >>

* Lego Mindstorms and a hot glue gun combined to build a 3D printer >>
* Reader question: But what about INTELLIGENT life on other planets? >>
* Japan clocks keep time for 16 billion years >>

* The Aged Tissue Environment Impairs Natural Killer Cells >>
* IBM’s Watson morphs int o big business >>
* Google Wallet Will Be the Easiest Way to Pay on Your New Android Phone >>

* Anti-Aging Experts Made a Million-Dollar Bet on Who Dies Last >>
* Astronomy Picture of the Day >>
* Google Wallet will soon come pre-installed on Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile Android phones >>

* What The Hell Do Sound Mixers Do? >>
* Robot firm’s founder steps down as Softbank takes more control >>
* IoT sensors can run at lower power with MIT chip design >>

* Smart syringes ‘could save millions’ >>
* How long can we stay awake? >>
* How to Live Forever >>

* How Much Training Do You Need to Be a Robocar Test Driver? It Depends On Whom You Work For >>
* Wearable Vitals Tracker >>
* After Thousands of Years, Earth’s Frozen Life Forms Are Waking Up >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 February 2015

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* This incredible animation breaks down exactly how Alzheimer’s affects the brain over time >>
* Drones could be used to seek out arteries to prevent heart attacks >>
* This machine lets you take 3D selfies and it’s already a big hit in the UK >>

* Dark matter may have killed the dinosaurs, claims scientist >>
* The Quantum Mechanics of Fate >>
* How Google is trying to muscle into Britain’s schools >>

* World’s first hands-free smartphone for the disabled >>
* Nasa Europa mission to search for alien life >>

* Brain goes silent when we talk loud >>
* Science Goes To the Movies: A New TV Program >>
* Rise of the Fembots: Why Artificial Intelligence Is Often Female >>

* Hubble photo of a star can help scientists study how planets are born >>
* No Tech Bubble Here, Says CNN: This Time It’s Different >>
* Twitch Announces TwitchCon, Its First Ever Convention For Game Streaming Fans >>

* Why President Obama Needs A Chief Data Scientist >>
* CastAR’s Vision of Augmented Reality Is Fun for the Whole Family >>
* The Robots That Will Put Coders Out of Work >>

* Silicon Nanofibers could boost lithium battery energy density by ten times >>
* Russia has special fuel for Mach 5+ hypersonic missiles >>
* The Beam smart projector doubles as a light bulb >>

* How Malware Can Track Your Smartphone Without Using Location Data >>
* The Untapped $140 Trillion Innovation For Jobs Market >>
* Drug-Resistant Malaria May Pose Major Threat >>

* Google Now starts showing gas stations along your route >>
* Ubi: The Wall Computer That Gives Your Home a Star Trek Vibe >>

* Crumpling Graphene Could Expand Its Applications >>
* This radical air-filter design could help Beijing and L.A. residents breathe easily >>
* An ingredient in olive oil that appears to kill cancer cells >>

* Attacking Alzheimer’s with ultrasound >>
* A potential breakthrough in using electrical pulses to treat deadly glioblastoma brain tumors >>

* Russia has special fuel for Mach 5+ hypersonic missiles >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – February 20, 2015 – Charles Black from SEN >>
* World’s Data Could Fit on a Teaspoon-Sized DNA Hard Drive and Survive Thousands of Years >>

* Lung Cancer ‘Breathalyzers’ to Boost Early Detection >>
* What will happen when the internet of things becomes artificially intelligent? >>
* Women are leaving the tech industry in droves >>

* Gillmor Gang: Notification Trust >>
* Obsolete Stealth Planes and Submarines likely to be replaced by drone carriers >>
* Laser ignition demonstrated in a real engine could boost engine efficiency by 27% >>

* App Makes Traffic Jams Disappear With Flow Optimization >>
* Google’s YouTube makes a bigger play for kids >>
* Sensors and lasers will help Volvo’s self-driving cars stay on the road >>

* Black hole’s blast stunts birth of stars >>
* New Injectable Hydrogel Delivers Drugs Without Surgery >>
* EPSRC unveils world-leading SuperSTEM microscope that sees single atoms >>

* Physicists use nanotechnology to capture perfect colors with one ultra-thin lens >>
* Identity, Virtual >>
* Should we give up on the dream of space elevators? >>

* Sunbathers take heed: Skin damage continues hours after exposure >>
* Antarctica: Mystery continent holds key to mankind’s future >>
* Taking the Large Hadron Collider to the Max >>

* Video Friday: Robotic Garden, Drone With Parachute, and Chocolate Robot Competition >>
* Can the Emdrive Be Explained by Quantised Inertia? >>
* DARPA Developing Squad level Robotics and sensing technology >>

* New paper-like material for lithium-ion batteries could boost electric vehicle range >>
* Could dark matter cause some mass extinctions and geologic upheavals? >>

* There’s a Wearable for Your Sex Life Now >>
* Wi-Fi beam-steering tech could KILL OFF fixed home networks >>
* Google mobile search now bundles articles in a carousel for easy browsing >>

* Stephen Hawking: Biggest Human Failing Is Aggression >>
* Geek deals: Vizio 4K LED-lit smart TV for $748 >>
* How Can Space Travel Faster Than The Speed Of Light? >>

* SLS Booster ‘Veins’ Run Underground For Test On Earth >>
* Where the Digital Economy Is Moving the Fastest >>
* The Robot Revolution and Jobs: “Humans Need Not Apply” (video) >>

* The Fully Immersive Mind of Oliver Sacks >>
* Cutting the Cord: ‘Richie Rich’ returns in Netflix debut >>
* The king of emerging economies >>

* How to cut back Google Calendars notifications >>
* How to fix that high electric bill >>
* Motorola’s Moto X may be the smartest smartphone >>

* Technology Gives Us the Power to Rewrite Nature >>
* MIT’s self-assembling chair is really cool, but totally useless (for now) >>
* Rivals Google and Apple Fight for the Dashboard >>

* Intel: Moore’s Law will continue through 7nm chips >>
* Military could be using high-tech speech software by 2017 >>
* Now, same-sex couples can make babies >>

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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 20 February 2015

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* Feasibility of tracking parrots with GPS telemetry confirmed >>
* Toothpaste-Mouth Rinse Combo Washes Out Harmful Bacteria >>
* Robots take the chequered flag: Watch the self driving racing car that can beat a human driver >>

* ‘Heat map’ captures millions of Chinese New Year travellers heading home >>
* Computer scientists’ app measures our online footprints >>
* Too drunk to drive? $60 breathalyser can tell if you’ve had enough – and will even call an Uber to get you home >>

* Tissue Engineered Bone Marrow Creates Functional Blood Cells >>
* Genome Changes Mapped In Humans >>
* Supercomputer simulations explore how an air-reed instrument generates air flow and sound >>

* Human DNA enlarges mouse brains >>
* The Neo smart jar joins the increasingly connected kitchen >>
* Is urbanization pushing Earth’s evolution to a tipping point? >>

* Technology Predictions For The Second Half Of The Decade >>
* Mobile networks limber up for the Internet of Things >>
* 3D-printed tools from the ISS are back on Earth for testing >>

* Apple sued for poaching car battery engineers >>
* Vendors lay groundwork for 5G with greener and faster mobile networks >>
* Peter Diamandis: Here’s How You’ll Buy Clothes in the Future >>

* An Internet of Things that do what they’re told >>
* Delivery Drones: More Feasible If They Come By Truck >>
* Darpa Wants To Make Computer Networks Look More Like Sci-fi Graphic Novels >>

* Stopping HIV with an artificial protein >>
* Brain cells controlled with light >>
* Volvo’s Smart Cars Share Icy Road Alerts >>

* Don’t trust your theoretical “proof” (Synopsis) >>
* New molecular shape for electronic circuits discovered >>
* New algorithms locate where a video was shot from its images and sounds >>

* China could build 200 nuclear reactors in the next 15 years >>
* China has solid plans for four aircraft carriers by 2030 and eventually could have 10 >>
* Will Shuttering Coal Plants Really Threaten the Grid? >>

* “Our Solar System’s Milky-Way Orbit Through Dark Matter Impacts Life on Earth” >>
* LHC Ready to Hunt Down Mystery Dark Matter Particles >>
* A Star Passed Through the Solar System Just 70,000 Years Ago >>

* Samsung Smart TVs Don’t Encrypt the Voice Data They Collect >>
* A race for the lead in the wearables market >>

* Mars hills may be hiding several hundred million-year-old glaciers >>
* Scientists produce malaria vaccine from algae >>
* Ants have toilet areas in their nests: Study >>

* Now, a cream for painless removal of ‘permanent’ ink >>
* What it’s like at the elite tech accelerator where Stanford grads are launching startups worth millions >>

* Peter Thiel just funded a wearable device that aims to measure exactly how stressed you are >>
* Here’s why you shouldn’t wear the same pair of shoes every day >>
* Virus found in sewage shows promise in treating dental procedure infections >>

* Nano-sized ‘drones’ deliver targeted drugs and repair arteries >>
* Three Signs That Young Americans Are Getting a Raw Deal >>
* Mind and Machine: The Future of Thinking: How we are made to interact with machines >>

* Magnetic graphene composite used to remove pathogens from water >>
* Autonomous atom assembly of nanostructures using a scanning tunneling microscope >>
* Ground-breaking lung cancer breath test in clinical trial >>

* White House Names DJ Patil as the First US Chief Data Scientist >>
* CogniToys Leverages Watson’s Brain to Befriend, Teach Your Kids >>
* Can technology solve the world’s rising food problems? [Video] >>

* Nanowire Brushes Usher in New Generation of Smoke Detector >>
* Paper-Thin Lenses Could Shrink Cameras and Holographic Displays >>
* The Button That Does Whatever You Want It to Do >>

* Clever clock scribbles the time on a whiteboard >>
* Scientists identify mineral that destroys organic compounds, with implications for Mars Curiosity Mission >>
* Reading Our Genome Is Tough, But Epigenetics Is Giving Us Valuable Clues >>

* Mars’ Massive Erupting Clouds Still Puzzle Scientists >>
* YouTube unveils new app for kids >>
* A simple reason why Apple won’t buy Tesla for $75B >>

* A microscope to scan objects a millionth of a human hair >>

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