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Anna RennΓ©us Guthrie

πŸ’‘Optimist's Edge: E-stonia keeps investing in digital residency – and so should you

Estonia is the first country in the world to implement an e-residency, open for application for anyone who runs a business. This is what you need to know to take advantage of what Estonia offers and influence your country in following their lead.

Mathias Sundin

β›ͺ Martin Luther – The First Twitterer

In just four years Martin Luther went from a complete unknown, to the bestselling author in Europe. A couple of years later he had become such a threat to the church that they banned him. How was this possible before radio, tv and the internet? He used a breakthrough technology, in a new way.

Linn Winge

🐠 Two new massive marine parks in Australia

Australia establishes two new marine parks around Christmas Island and Cocos Island. Together the parks will be twice the size of the Great Barrier Reef marine park.

Kent Olofsson

πŸ›₯ Self-driving boats are being tested in Amsterdam's canals

Self-propelled small boats that can function as taxis or floating bins can soon operate on Amsterdam's many canals.

Mathias Sundin

πŸ“ Warp News Impact Report - May 2021

Strong impact for our book on the corona vaccine revolution, fact-based optimism is spreading in other news media and several science parks. Also, over 10,000 people have seen our videos about Starlink.

Kent Olofsson

πŸ’‰The HPV vaccine is better than expected

Women who have received the HPV vaccine have a broader protection against cancer than previously thought, a new study concludes.

Linn Winge

πŸ›’ Browser extension helps you make green choices

This new browser extension uses machine learning to help you choose Amazon products based on their sustainability.

Linn Winge

πŸ‘ŸπŸŽˆ Walking on balloons - new shoe makes it possible

A company turns old party balloons and tire leftovers into fashionable, ethical, vegan sneakers.

Magnus Aschan

πŸ‘©πŸ»β€πŸ”¬ Study opens for chip implants in humans

The Swedish chip implant company DSruptive Subdermals publishes a report from the first clinical study ever with temperature-measuring implants for humans.

Mathias Sundin

πŸš€ Jeff Bezos is going to space - you don't have to be a billionaire to follow him

Going to space will fast become much cheaper than most people think. You won't have to be a billionaire or even a millionaire to follow Bezos.

Warp Guest Writer

πŸ”§ Nobel Prize winner Gustaf DalΓ©n – the eternal optimist

Gustaf DalΓ©n was the Nobel laureate who experimented and developed a new cooker in his own kitchen. The new cooker revolutionized household work. He was not only a genius engineer, he was also an optimist!

Linn Winge

🐝 Sponsor-A-Hive - good for the bees and food security

Sponsor-A-Hive is giving away hundreds of homes for native bees. The project promotes food security as well as protecting the bees.

Elina Holmgren Tyskling

β˜€οΈ Major hurdle in fusion energy cleared

Fusion power, the holy grail in energy production, has taken a leap. At the research center, CCFE, new results show great potential of overcoming the "exhaust"-problem.

Elina Holmgren Tyskling

πŸ‘΅ Optimists live longer

According to a study, women and men live significantly longer if they are optimistic. For women, the effect was almost as great as the difference between those who have not been diagnosed with diabetes and those who have.

Cornelia Ekvall

πŸ›° This is how Starlink works in England – a users review

Beginning this year, Starlink is expanding to other countries. Louis Anslow is one of the early adopters who has gotten Starlink, we asked what he thinks so far.

Kent Olofsson

🦠 Gut bacteria can decrease the side-effects of chemotherapy

A new study shows that certain types of gut bacteria could help protect other beneficial bacteria that would otherwise be eliminated by the drugs used in chemotherapy.

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