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Futureseek Daily Link Review; 6 July 2017

* Hypervelocity Stars Invade the Milky Way >>
* Lasers recreate ‘molecule that made the universe’ >>
* Autonomous Vehicles vs. Kangaroos: the Long Furry Tail of Unlikely Events >>

* NASA will test simple nuclear power system which will be in the 1 to 10 kilowatt power range >>
* FiberFix repair wrap Is 100 times stronger than duct tape FiberFix repair wrap Is 100 times stronger than duct tape >>
* Carbon nanotube reinforce Composites can reduce space vehicle mass by 30% >>

* Stephen Hawking: Earth Could Turn Into Hothouse Planet Like Venus >>
* Organic Molecules Detected in 80-Kilometer High Plumes of Saturn’s Enceladus –“A Complex Chemical Journey” >>

* Volvo Says Goodbye To Gasoline >>
* These robotic arm attachments will have you looking just like Doctor Octopus >>
* Scientists may finally know why these magnificent corals glow in the dark >>

* Scientists are scrutinizing city sewage to study our health >>
* Nondestructive Microscopy Technique Offers a Path Toward In-Silicon Quantum Computers >>
* Under the Hood of Luminar’s Long-Reach Lidar >>

* USA and China getting close to flying Hypersonic demo airplanes >>
* Global debt reaches US$ 217 trillion >>
* How Jill Tarter helped bring SETI’s alien-seeking Allen Telescope Array to life >>

* Obama Foundation issues a call for digital citizenship >>
* Solve escorts you through the airport like a VIP >>
* New 3-D chip combines computing and data storage >>

* MIT’s new 3D chip design could be the key to powerful edge computing >>
* NVIDIA will power self-driving cars in China >>
* Pixel 2: Everything we know about Google’s next flagship phone >>

* GPS data reveals mantle melting deep below NZ >>
* Ancient Romans were way better at making concrete >>
* Amazon’s Alexa has more than 15,000 skills >>

* NASA’s Asteroid-Smashing Spacecraft Could Save Earth >>
* A surfboard with a hidden wing raises above the water like a hoverboard >>
* Microsoft Workplace Analytics helps managers understand worker productivity >>

* U.S. cord cutters watch more Netflix than Amazon Video, Hulu and YouTube combined >>
* Researchers use quantum physics for counterfeit detection >>
* Nvidia and Baidu team on AI across cloud, self-driving, academia and the home >>

* Milky Way’s fastest stars could be runaways from another galaxy >>
* Search Algorithms Kept Me From My Sister For 14 Years >>
* The Lawsuit That Could Pop Alphabet’s Project Loon Balloons >>

* Why You Will One Day Have A Chip In Your Brain >>
* What Uber’s Next Ceo Needs To Say >>
* A bus powered by formic acid could hit the road this year >>

* The radical ‘brain mesh’ that could make the Matrix a reality and stop the brain aging >>
* A robot that milks scorpions could aid cancer research >>
* UK’s first public autonomous taxi trial to begin soon >>

* Cancer vaccines could prime our own bodies to fight tumours >>
* Using light to reset the body clock can treat brain disorders >>

* Richard Branson says tourists could go into space NEXT YEAR as Virgin Galactic begins powered tests >>
* Quantum Computers Compete for “Supremacy” >>

* Is Dark Matter Made of Black Holes? >>
* Millennials aren’t ready for the ‘reality of life’ and suffer from panic attacks and anxiety problems, research finds >>

* How Do We Know If a Drug Actually Works? >>
* How ‘machine’ untangles messed up proteins to save cells >>

* Chemotherapy may spread cancer and trigger more aggressive tumours, warn scientists >>
* Baby boomers are nowhere close to reaching their retirement goals >>
* Scientists are questioning the idea that the human lifespan has a limit >>

* In Reporting on North Korea, Tech Helps Break Through Secrecy >>
* Within 30 years we will no longer use sex to procreate, says Stanford professor >>
* Whatever Happened to the Future? >>

* Helio Pressure portable Shower >>

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