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Make a Green future come sooner

A bridge between people who want to have a positive impact on humanity’s future and the impact companies that are driving it forward.



Marco Borsari

🌿 Hemp - the start of a veg-tech revolution?

Cultivated for millennia and used in many sectors such as textiles and food, the most recent research shows how hemp can replace many synthetic products in construction, automotive, environmental remediation, and pharma.


Jakob Holgersson 2 min read

πŸ›« First crewed SSTO spacecraft to take off soon

The technology of the 90's was insufficient to make the holy grail of spacecraft possible. A startup has now received economic backing to make the first Single Stage to Orbit spaceplane.

Linn Winge 1 min read

🐠 Bleached corals can still provide nutritious seafood

A new study has found that fish living in bleached coral reefs can remain sources rich in micronutrients. This provides hope for coastal communities that rely on coral reefs for food.

Kent Olofsson 1 min read

πŸ–₯ Faster supercomputers with new circuit

By combining processor and memory in the same circuit, researchers have succeeded in reducing the "von Neumann bottleneck", which provides better performance in supercomputers.

Jakob Holgersson 2 min read

πŸš€ Laser could send "water bears" to other solar systems

While the moon and Mars are the big next steps on everybody's lips, some researchers aim even further.

Jakob Holgersson 2 min read

πŸ›° Swedish startup to tackle satellite navigation problems

Satellites are getting smaller and cheaper to launch. To prevent these satellites from becoming debris and to extend their expected life, a Swedish startup has developed a novel propulsion system.

Kent Olofsson 2 min read

πŸ€ Five reasons 2021 was a great year for the environment

2021 was a year with a lot of positive news regarding environmental matters. We'll show you the top five things that happend.

Magnus Aschan 5 min read

πŸ‘Š "I have an inner drive to make a positive impact on the world"

From a farm in Swedish SmΓ₯land to fish cultivation in Indonesia. Mattias Djurstedt is 23 years old but has already been on a fantastic adventure. The driving force is personal development and creating impact by commercializing a new sustainable technology for fish farming.

Kent Olofsson 1 min read

πŸ’‰ Third vaccine dose offers elderly excellent protection

A third dose of covid-19 vaccine provides very good protection even for the elderly who are more vulnerable to more serious COVID-19.

Kent Olofsson 1 min read

✨ People's verdict: 2022 is a year of optimism

The coming year will be better both for each and everyone of us and for the world at large, many believe according to an opinion poll.

Linn Winge 2 min read

πŸ•Ή App turns litter picking into a game

A new app called Litterlotto is gamifying litter picking and β€œtrades trash for cash.” This has turned out to be a success, and recently the first winner was announced.

Kent Olofsson 1 min read

❀ New model can predict heart problems decades in advance

Researchers in the United States have developed a model to show if you are at risk of suffering heart problems within the next 30 years.

Kent Olofsson 2 min read

πŸ‘ Eye drops can replace reading glasses

An eye drop every day means that you no longer need to keep track of where you put your reading glasses.

Mathias Sundin 4 min read

🧫 An incredible breakthrough – which almost no one has heard of

Humans have struggled with one of the grand challenges of biology, namely understanding how proteins are designed. Suddenly, last year, it was solved by an AI. The event happened to be the start of something even greater...

Kent Olofsson 2 min read

πŸ”¬Easier to spot ALS with new method

A new method makes it easier to diagnose ALS earlier on in the disease. All that is needed from the patient is a simple blood test.

Linn Winge 2 min read

πŸŒ† Green spaces help people feel less lonely

Studies show that adding green spaces to cities can help people feel less lonely - and become healthier.