Friday Futures: an HIV cure; heart attacks and emailing DNA

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Welcome to Friday Futures, our weekly guide to the latest visions of The Future from around the web. This week: curing HIV patients is a step closer; detecting heart attacks; Alzheimer’s progress; China’s Mars simulation base and ISPs that confound maths.

Looks like more HIV patients are being cured

According to a New Scientist story, a team of researchers from the Netherlands announced the existence of the “Düsseldorf patient” at the Conference on Retroviruses and Opportunistic Infections in Seattle on Tuesday. Read more…

This device detects silent heart attacks

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