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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 8 April 2015

* Peter Thiel says tech innovation is outpacing everything else for one very simple reason >>
* To Protect Ourselves From Bioweapons, We May Have to Reinvent Science Itself >>
* Aluminum battery from Stanford offers safe alternative to conventional batteries >>

* New Ultrafast, Long-Lasting Aluminum Battery >>
* Google’s Wireless Service Could Come With Free International Roaming >>
* Rumors are circulating that geneticists have modified the DNA of a human embryo. >>

* Vietnam tries robots to help people cross busy streets >>
* This smart knob upgrades your stove with automatic temperature controls >>
* An Automatic Stove Knob Keeps Your Burner At The Right Temperature >>

* EE launches WiFi Calling to combat poor reception >>
* Superslim Liquid Loop Will Keep Future Smartphones Cool >>
* Next-generation smart networks and ways to connect them >>

* LG may have just outed an 8K iMac >>
* ‘personalized Medicine’ Is Fatal For Mosquitoes >>
* Abandoned underground railway preserved in 3D scan >>

* Hello Facebook! WhatsApp voice calling a threat to telecoms >>
* Punchlines: I now pronounce you Facebook divorced >>
* Military Scientists Solve the Mystery of the Foul Smelling Gas That Enveloped Norway, Sweden, and Finland >>

* Scientists invent aluminium battery that charges a phone in a minute >>
* How ‘Vsauce’ became one of YouTube’s most popular science channels >>
* Google wants to book your next plumber — just like Amazon >>

* Brazil Is Building A Giant Floating Solar Farm >>
* Watch A Flock Of Drone Butterflies Flutter Around [VIDEO] >>

* These are the best 3 printers you can get for less than $100 right now >>
* As Bill Gates promised, Microsoft will soon have its own Apple Pay alternative >>
* Scientists reveal genetic root of prostate cancer >>

* Regular, Vigorous Exercise May Lengthen Your Life >>
* L’Oréal USA & Organovo Team for 3D Printed Human Skin Tissue Research >>
* Daisy Fit Forms Uses 3D Printing to Transform Prostheses for Breast Cancer Survivors — Asks Kickstarter for Help >>

* Is Google too Big? Size isn’t important, it’s what you do with it that counts >>
* Gotcha! Ultra-realistic robot proves there’s more than one way to scare a fish >>
* WiFi Calling offers coverage for UK homes, small offices >>

* Scientists Say It’s Time to Reinstate the Brontosaurus >>
* A Startup’s Plans for a New Social Reality >>
* New! Human+Machine Futures forecast map >>

* Electric Space Sail plans for leveraging 1000 meter tethers for interesting near term cubesat missions >>
* Electric Solar Sails for mission to Uranus and for de-orbiting satellites >>

* What It Would Be Like to Live On a Comet >>
* NASA World Map Shows Where Lightning Strikes Most >>
* The age of total bureaucratisation: David Graeber’s ‘The Utopia of Rules’ >>

* Asteroid Early-Warning System for Potential Impacts Makes Progress >>
* VirtualBox v. 5.0 beta 1 spins up for desktop virty lab chuckles >>
* Eagleworks NASA updated EMDrive models show possible scaling to 2000 Newtons of propellantless propulsion with multikilowatt magnetron >>

* Why You Should Start a Brain Technology Company >>
* Miniaturized camera chip provides superfine depth resolution for 3D printing >>
* Matchstick Rockets Captured at 2,500 fps Look Like Tiny ICBMs >>

* NASA’s Latest Astronaut Is Pretty Good With A Camera >>
* Philips’ Hue Go promises a portable bowl of light, and it delivers >>

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