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Fact-Based Optimistic News

News that makes people more optimistic about the future by balancing the negative bias in other media



Ewa Thorslund

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: Full digitization of the world's second-largest continent

The media image of Africa has been strongly misleading for many years. It often shows a colonial and one-sided picture of a continent that is both complex and at the same time extremely modern and innovation-oriented. Here you find a rapid pace of development that creates enormous opportunities.


Md Motiur Rahman

😎Facebook Partners with Ray-Ban to Launch its first Smart Glass

Facebook smart glasses allow users to listen to music, capture photos, shoot short videos and take calls. As well as share their experiences, of course...

Jakob Holgersson

β›½ "Gas stations" to extend satellite lifespans

OrbitFab is a startup that extends the lifespan of satellites by creating gas stations in space.

Kent Olofsson

πŸ›° Satellite swarms can teach us more about climate change

Many small coordinated satellites help us follow weather phenomena and better understand climate change.

Jakob Holgersson

πŸ”¬Swedish method makes it easier to predict algal blooms

By looking for a particular chemical marker from zooplankton, researchers can better forecast where and when poisonous algae will bloom.

Linn Winge

πŸ—» New plant converts CO2 into stone

The plant Orca converts carbon dioxide from the air into mineralized bedrock.

Magnus Aschan

πŸ”Œ "Charging rooms" could be the end of wires

Electronics are great, but the heaps of tangled wires they cause are not. Researchers might have found a solution to the problem.

Linn Winge

πŸ€– Bubbles and robots keep rivers clean

Students are using bubbles, robots and artificial intelligence to clear the world’s rivers from plastics.

Magnus Aschan

πŸ’‘ Being optimistic does not mean what you think it means

An image of an ostrich with its head in the sand. Someone who is constantly late. Someone else who is considered gullible and naive. None of this has anything to do with optimism, writes Magnus Aschan, Editor-in-Chief of Warp News.

Linn Winge

β˜€οΈ Solar panels are built where they're needed the most

This startup builds solar panels where they are most needed in order to even out the distribution of clean energy.

Jakob Holgersson

🐟Protected sea areas increase fish stocks by 400 percent

By protecting a sea area from trawlers, the fish stock grew both inside and within as well as beyond the protected area.

Jakob Holgersson

πŸ’‰ New method reduces severe malaria in children

A combination of existing treatments administered at the right time drastically reduces the number of children who falls seriously ill or die of malaria.

Khumbu Muleya

🌍 Drone technology gains traction in Africa

Search and rescue, delivery of emergency medical supplies, agriculture, and wildlife conservation. Today, drones are used for a multitude of tasks in Africa, Warp News Khumbu Muleya reports.

Warp Editorial Staff

πŸ›° Quiz: What do you know about space inventions?

What do you know about all the inventions that began to be used in space but then became enormously widespread on Earth? Do our Warp Quiz, test your skills, share the results and challenge your friends!

Linn Winge

🦍 Poachers are turned into protectors

The Gorilla Guardian Club allows villagers to participate in monitoring the forest. Instead of making a living as poachers, they are now involved in the conservatorship of endangered animals.

Magnus Aschan

πŸš€ Now the first all-civilian crew is in orbit around the planet

The world's first crew of "amateur astronauts" are in orbit around the Earth, in the spacecraft SpaceX Crew Dragon. They will be there for three days before returning to Earth during the weekend.

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