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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 25 September 2015

* Researchers Tweak Artificial Photosynthesis for More Efficient Hydrogen Production >>
* General Heithold wants combat lasers on AC130 gunships by 2020 ahead of previously stated plans >>
* Spacex Heavy capable of sending a Dragon V2 capsule to Europa >>

* 3-D Printing’s Next Act: Nerve Regeneration >>
* Another Search for Kardashev Type III >>
* China Plans Lunar Far Side Landing by 2020 >>

* NASA Mars Probe Marks One Year at Red Planet >>
* 5 Teams Share First Round of NASA Cubesat Prizes >>
* OpenBCI: Control An Air Shark With Your Mind >>

* Thin Is in for Invisibility Cloaks >>
* New porous hydrogel could boost the success of stem-cell-based tissue regeneration >>

* Novel active mixing and switching printheads enable 3D printing of complex fluids and gels >>
* DARPA Warrior Web Exosuit is undergoing outdoor Army tests on a 6 mile course >>
* The Algorithm That’s Hunting Ebola >>

* Carnival of Nuclear Energy 279 >>
* ’4-D’ printing technology allows self-folding of complex ‘transformer’ objects, using smart shape-memory materials >>
* Smart robot accelerates cancer treatment research by finding optimal treatment combinations >>

* First all-optical chip memory >>
* Rethink Robotics’ Sawyer Goes on Sale, Rodney Brooks Says ‘There May Be More Robots’ >>
* AI system solves SAT geometry questions as well as average American 11th-grade student >>

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