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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 14 March 2015

* South Africans perform first ‘successful’ penis transplant >>
* You can now post your interactive 360-degree footage on YouTube >>
* Google’s solar-drone Internet tests about to take off >>

* DNA Editing of Human Embryos Alarms Scientists >>
* Watch people code in real time with Livecoding.tv >>
* Technology is rewriting the rulebook for human interaction >>

* Lockheed’s ‘Jupiter’ Space Tug Could Fly to Space Station, Moon and Beyond >>
* Suddenly, It Seems, Water Is Everywhere in Solar System >>

* Automated Complex Molecular printer for making organic small molecules could speed drug development >>
* Graphene Makes Copper Nanowires Useful for Flexible Displays >>
* Disney Research System Predicts Soccer Goals >>

* Carbon Buckyballs Have a New Silicon Rival >>
* U.S. Navy Readies a Full-Scale Railgun for Sea Trials >>
* Astronomy Picture of the Day >>

* Why Humans Live So Long >>
* 3D printer snaps together ‘Lego’ to help make drugs >>
* Drift Through a Wormhole with New Virtual-Reality Tech >>

* Solar Eclipse Will Test European Power Grids >>
* A ‘visual Turing test’ of computer ‘understanding’ of images >>
* A ’3D printer’ for customized small molecules such as drugs >>

* Industry Body Calls for Gene-Editing Moratorium >>
* Solar Power, and Somewhere to Store It >>
* Sadly This 10TB Hard Drive Is Designed For Servers, Not Your Laptop >>

* Pancake-Making 3D Printers, and Everything Else You Missed Yesterday >>
* Microsoft’s Digital Assistant Cortana Is Likely Headed to Android, iOS >>
* Google Now Tells You If Your Flight Will Have WI-Fi >>

* New Satellites Will Track The Explosive Secret Of Magnetic Reconnection >>
​* This Virtual Reality Snorkel Sounds Like A Great Way To Drown >>
* You can now post your interactive 360-degree footage on YouTube >>

* Weekly Space Hangout – March 13, 2015: Astrophysicist Katie Mack >>
* Researchers Think There’s A Warm Ocean On Enceladus >>

* This Is The Asteroid That Didn’t Hit Us >>
* Ten Kilowatts beamed 500 meters in a proof of concept for space based solar power >>
* Video Friday: Robots Push It to the Limit, Designing a Drone, and Zoomer Kitty >>

* Near Me is dead, long live iBeacons — at SXSW >>
* Microsoft’s Cortana may be coming to iOS and Android >>
* Fusion researchers make breakthrough: Control intense heat bursts in fusion experiments >>

* Meet Jibo, your new robotic roommate >>
* 100 years on, DNA reconstructed using semen stains on hankie >>
* Office messaging app may spell doom for email >>

* Part of brain that makes you go ‘ouch’ identified >>
* ‘Carrier Billing’ — How App Developers, App Stores, And Mobile Carriers Are Getting Paid In Global Markets >>
* This Oculus Rift swing set allows users to experience what it’s like to fly like a bird >>

* FutureFest; What might the world be like in decades to come? >>
* Summit Spain: We’re Going to Rewire the Way Your Brain Views the Future >>
* Meet USB Type-C, The All-In-One Cable Of The Future >>

* How Cells Know To Rush In And Heal Wounds >>
* CO2 emissions may have stalled in 2014 – why >>
* New Rules Are Issued for Testing of Medical Devices >>

* SpaceX sees U.S. approval for rocket launches by June >>
* Report: Microsoft’s Cortana headed to iOS, Android >>
* Cook offered Jobs his liver, new bio reveals >>

* Solar panel stacks get more out of sun >>
* 600 million year old animal fossil found in China, 60 million years older than prior oldest >>
* AI Researchers Propose a Machine Vision Turing Test >>

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