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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 27 February 2016

* Doctors perform the first US uterus transplant >>
* Solar Cells So Thin They Could Blow Away >>
* Doctors implant 3D-printed vertebrae in ‘world’s first’ surgery >>

* Meet Brain, The AI Engine That Wants To Replace Search >>
* Building Living, Breathing Supercomputers >>
* Can SkyFi Really Give the Entire World Free Internet? >>

* British scientists say depleting enzyme hastens aging >>
* Ageing skin may become a thing of the past as scientists hail breakthrough in fight against wrinkles >>
* The language you speak does not change how you hear music, study finds >>

* Physicists May Have Discovered a New “Tetraquark” Particle >>
* What Is the Largest Number? [Video] >>
* Your next smartphone should have these features >>

* Is This a Huge Million-Year-Old, Man-Made Underground Complex? >>
* Chinese Scientists Turn Mouse Stem Cells Into Working Sperm Cells >>
* A Map of Mars That’s Perfect for Everyday Earthlings >>
* How Self-Driving Cars Could Make Traffic Worse >>

* VR Will Make Life Better—Or Just Be an Opiate for the Masses >>
* Researchers made sperm-like cells and used them to create new mice >>
* A world where everyone has a robot: why 2040 could blow your mind >>

* Milky Way’s Supermassive Black Hole —“A Million Times Brighter Three Centuries Ago” >>
* Weekly Space Hangout – Feb. 26, 2016: Fast Radio Bursts & Missing Baryons >>
* Power Beaming Parameters & SETI re KIC 8462852 >>

* The Milky Way’s Striking Symmetry –“Habitable Planets More Than 5-Billion-Years Old Closer to Galaxy’s Center” >>
* NASA, Made in Space Think Big with Archinaut, a Robotic 3D-Printing Demo >>
* Future Air Force fighter planes will be controlling many advanced combat UAV and jam resistant smart missiles >>

* Tackling the Future of Digital Trust—While It Still Exists >>
* Do Self-Driving Cars Have a Dirty Future? >>
* Neil deGrasse Tyson, PhD and futurist Ray Kurzweil on what will happen to our brains and everything else >>

* Zap&Go’s Graphene Supercapacitor Powers Portable Charger >>
* Is 3D Printing The Next Industrial Revolution? >>
* A New Algorithm Could Protect Ships From ‘Rogue Waves’ >>

* EVs will cost the same as gas-powered cars by 2025 >>
* CowTech’s $99 3D scanner captures detail from small objects >>
* Australian surgeon inserts 3D-printed vertebrae in world-first >>

* Barriers To Augmented Reality Are Holding Us Back From The Holodeck >>
* ARM’s new Cortex-A32 chip should boost battery life in Android Wear gadgets >>
* Netflix lifted the lid on how the algorithm that recommends you titles to watch actually works >>

* World’s first parallel computer based on biomolecular motors >>

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