Science & Technology – Week of 9.2.12

Robotic Exoskeleton Gallery
Gizmag | 6 September 2012
The widespread usage of exoskeletal robotics to augment human beings moved a step closer this week when Raytheon demonstrated its second generation Exoskeleton.

1 Million Apple Unique Device Identifiers Hacked?
Daily Wireless | 4 September 2012
The Next Web says AntiSec, a hacking group, claims to have released a set of more than 1 million Apple Unique Device Identifiers (UDIDs).

Merging The Biological, Electronic
Harvard Gazette | 26 August 2012
Harvard scientists have created a type of “cyborg” tissue for the first time by embedding a three-dimensional network of functional, biocompatible, nanoscale wires into engineered human tissues.

Minting the Digital Currency of the Future
Wired | 7 June 2012
A few weeks ago the Royal Canadian Mint rolled out MintChip, a digital currency that is “better than cash.”

Breakthrough Energy Movement
YouTube | 2 September 2012

Drake Equation: How Many Alien Civilizations Exist?
OpEdNews | 21 August 2012
Are we alone?