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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 23 July 2015

* Scientists want to send wind-powered robots to Jupiter >>
* Microwave Power Beaming May Launch Space Planes into Orbit >>
* The coolest flying car concept has helicopter blades and an electric motor >>

* Robots playing soccer at this year’s RoboCup is like watching toddlers learn to kick >>
* Can Big Data Algorithms Tell Better Stories Than Humans? >>
* Magic Leap patent reveals what may be the next augmented reality system >>

* System Does Wi-Fi in Occupied TV Channels >>
* Current nuclear reactors have 40-60 year operating lives but new nickel alloy could make 120 year reactor vessel >>
* Porous Silicon Battery Electrodes from Reeds >>

* British Navy Warship Tests a 3-D-Printed Drone at Sea >>
* Deep Genomics launches, uniting deep learning and genome biology >>
* NASA Tests New Robotic Refueling Hardware on International Space Station >>

* Bamboo-like Crystals Help Tiny Chip Wires Keep Shrinking >>
* Gamma-ray Rain from 3C 279 >>
* Mother Robots Build Children Robots to Experiment With Artificial Evolution >>

* XBMC’s Kodi media player officially hits the Play Store >>
* YouTube for Android Will Now Thankfully Display Vertical Videos Properly >>
* Oceans on Mars may have never existed: Study >>

* Star Wars VR Pitch Looks Like The Perfect Star Wars Game >>
* Military-grade drones could soon be chasing Australia’s feral animals >>
* Scientists Arm Cells With Tiny Lasers >>
* Quantum of solace – information can be rescued from a black hole >>

* Non-Stick Pans Lead the Way to More Efficient Solar Cells >>
* 3D printed smart cap can detect spoiled food via embedded sensors >>
Genetic engineering creates rice strain that makes less methane >>

* Woman is HIV-free for 12 years without taking drugs >>
* How to Build a Better Ocean Sensor Far from the Sea >>

* Will ‘factories’ Churn Out Billions Of Stem Cells? >>
* NASA to announce planet-hunting discoveries >>
* Humans may be able to live on moon in next decade >>

* Skin gets thinner in space. Experts look for a remedy >>
* Our Exclusive Mission: Impossible Rogue Nation Video May Self-Destruct >>
* Xprize Winner Garners $1.5 Million To Fix Oceans >>

* Do Computers Die Of Old Age? >>
* Could a Massive Collision Produce a Subsurface Ocean on Pluto? >>

* I Have A Radical But Possible Idea What The Apple Car Will Be >>
* Let This Video Show You How Air Bubbles Form, Rise, and Erupt in Sand >>

* Skype for Android 5.6 adds ‘Recent’ tab to catch up on all your conversations >>
* Watch this: The Soyuz rocket launch >>
* Xbox One Keyboard and mouse support ‘aren’t far away’ >>

* YouTube is making vertical videos more bearable on Android screens >>
* See Neil deGrasse Tyson explain the universe in 8 minutes >>
* Netflix Upgrades Its TV Apps To Save You A Few Clicks >>

* Joint Multi-Role Technology Demonstrator from Boeing >>
* Scientists at work: understanding human cooperation in a changing world >>

* A Better Way to Keep Milk Fresh >>
* Computer Software Folds Dna Into Bunny Shapes >>
* What the Next Generation Needs to Thrive in Exponential Times >>

* Pluto’s Atmosphere Is Swept Back Like a Comet’s Tail >>
* Queen’s Dr. Brian May Assembles First Stereoscopic Pluto Image | Video >>
* New Horizons: New Mountains, Pluto’s Moons >>

* Mars Rover Curiosity Gives Advanced Sunspot Warning from Sun’s Far Side >>
* SpaceX ‘Complacent’ Before Rocket Explosion, Elon Musk Says >>
* Queen’s Dr. Brian May Assembles First Stereoscopic Pluto Image | Video >>

* Innovators Recognized at the 2015 IEEE Honors Ceremony >>
* Evidence of small scale farming 23000 years ago well before when full scale farming was “invented” some 12000 years ago >>
* The Internet Makes You Think You’re Smarter Than You Are: An Interview with Matthew Fisher >>

* GSP 2015 Closing Ceremony: Meet 20+ Startups With Revolution on the Brain >>
* Joint Multi-Role Technology Demonstrator from Boeing >>
* Future Vertical Lift Twice as Far and twice as fast >>

* Chrome for iOS talks to smart devices through the web >>
* Robots cleaning up at Auckland Airport >>
* Korean researchers grow wafer-scale graphene on a silicon substrate >>

* International RoboSub Competition Happening Now In San Diego >>
* NASA Unveiling New Exoplanet Discovery from Kepler Telescope Thursday >>
* The CRISPR craze: genome editing technologies poised to revolutionize medicine and industry >>

* Phosphorene could lead to ultrathin solar cells >>
* 3D-printing basic electronic components >>
* The Frontiers Of Subatomic Physics (Synopsis) >>

* Common chemicals may act together to increase cancer risk, international study finds >>
* Deep neural network program recognizes sketches more accurately than a human >>
* Google’s Self-Driving Car Chief Defends Safety Record >>

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