March 26th, 2012 | brainjuice
- BBC News – Mali coup leader Amadou Sanogo ‘in complete control’
"Cap Amadou Sanogo told the BBC he overthrew the government on Wednesday in order to restore security."
(tags:pol war )
- Indian-run New Zealand firm designs UAV for cloud seeding | sUAS News
"Auckland-based Apeiron Aerospace, an innovative aerospace company focussed on delivering technology to the global UAV sector, has designed a tactical UAV system for cloud seeding as the existing process involving manned aircraft endangers the lives of pilots."
(tags:weather geoengineering geo eco drones )
- ‘Noodle gels’ or ‘spaghetti highways’ could become tools of regenerative medicine
"Medicine's recipe for keeping older people active and functioning in their homes and workplaces — and healing younger people injured in catastrophic accidents — may include "noodle gels" and other lab-made invisible filaments that resemble uncooked spaghetti with nanoscale dimensions"
- BookCrawler App Keeps Track of Your Books – GalleyCat
"To help you better manage your book collection, the $1.99 Book Crawler app exists. The book lets readers organize print and digital libraries in one central library. You can add books by scanning an ISBN barcode or searching the ISBN manually. You can also access Google Books, iBooks and Kindle books and even Dropbox content using the app."