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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 April 2015

* NASA May Have Accidentally Created a Warp Field >>
* An Algorithm Set To Revolutionize 3-D Protein Structure Discovery >>
* Tiny robots climb walls carrying more than 100 times their weight >>

* ULA’s New Vulcan Rocket Comes Back to Earth via Helicopter >>
* Scientists create the sensation of invisibility >>
* Navy researchers make bulletproof glass out of clay >>

* SpaceX’s Elon Musk Says Valve Glitch Caused Rocket Landing Crash >>
* MIT team’s wireless Vital-Radio could follow breathing, heart rate at home >>
* Generating broadband terahertz radiation from a microplasma in air >>

* Virtual reality experiment tricks people into thinking their body has disappeared >>
* There’s a startling difference between what men want in a wife and in a daughter >>

* Google’s core business is slowing down >>
* 15 smart questions to ask at the end of every job interview >>
* Cheaper Robots, Fewer Workers >>

* Microsoft, HP & Others About to Upend the 3D Printing Space Via New File Format >>
* 10 Things You Don’t Know About the Future >>
* Touching down on Mars could still be a far-off prospect >>

* Scientists Have Sequenced the Entire Genome of a Woolly Mammoth >>
* Hubble Telescope 25th Anniversary: NASA Celebrates Milestone With Stunning Photos >>
* ELON MUSK: I think we’ve got a decent shot of sending a person to Mars in 11 or 12 years >>

* Hackers briefly take over Tesla Twitter account, offer fake free car >>
* Facebook and Google help find Nepal earthquake survivors >>
* Game Of Angels Maps Tech Influence Networks >>

* Oculus Rift: 2015 Launch Unlikely, But Not Impossible >>
* Gillmor Gang: Time Machine >>
* Designing a roller coaster that’ll make you weep >>

* Age Of Companion Robots: Jibo, Pepper And Now Buddy >>
* Earthquake Devastates Nepal, Killing More Than 1,300 >>
* Google Deploys Person Finder Tool to Aid Victims of Nepal Earthquake >>

* Medical Robots Can Be Hacked During Surgery, Researchers Find >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – April 24, 2015: Bas Lansdorp, CEO of Mars One >>
* The Quantum Fabric of Space-Time >>

* How Will the Hubble Space Telescope Die? >>
* Huge Mirrors + Computers = Golden Age Of Astronomy | Video >>

* Google’s Project Fi aims to speed up mobile communications by tapping into free WiFi hotspots >>
* Charged holes in graphene increase energy storage capacity >>
* Project Fi: Innovating in connectivity and communication >>

* Seeing Buildings Shake With Software >>
* Brain cancer may grow faster the more you think >>
* Why Intel Is on the Cutting Edge of Smart Clothing >>

* Chip-card security remains scarce in wallets >>
* World’s first malaria vaccine could be available by October >>
* How our brain decodes sound >>

* Inside the US ‘border industrial complex’: spy tech meets immigration crackdown >>
* ‘Baby Shusher’ Device Shushes Crying Babies To Sleep With Sound [Video] >>
* Mitochondria editing tried in mice >>

* New Sony Ultra HD TVs speak Android just like your smartphone >>
* Scientists develop first liquid nanolaser >>
* Digital tattoo lets you control devices with mind power alone >>

* 3-D printed food >>
* There are at Least 11 Runaway Galaxies Screaming Across the Universe >>
* Amazing Video Happens To Capture Cabulco Volcano As It Starts Erupting >>

* Security Experts Hack Teleoperated Surgical Robot >>
* Liquid mercury found under Mexican pyramid could lead to king’s tomb >>
* You have $8 billion. You want to do as much good as possible. What do you do? >>

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