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Mathias Sundin

๐Ÿ’ก Optimist's Edge: According to MIT this law is the best way to predict the future

9 out of 10 have never heard of the law that, according to MIT, predicts technological progress better than any other. Here is the secret law.

Mathias Sundin

๐Ÿ“ฐ OMG! Itโ€™s alive! Local news makes a comeback

Local newspapers are dying, but local news is making a comeback. New players like Overstory Media Group are now making a big push to expand local journalism. That is not surprising at all - the opportunity is better than ever before. If you want to start a local newsletter, you should read this.

Warp Editorial Staff

๐Ÿ›ฐ๏ธ SpaceX's Starlink kit: Unboxing, setup, and speed testing the beta program

It's time for Starlink satellite internet! In this video, Warp News co-founder and podcast host, Rich Spuller, presents an unboxing, setup, and review of Starlink. Rich lives in North Carolina on the east coast of the United States and Starlink has just gone live in the region.

Linn Winge

๐Ÿ—บ A "citizen science" project to map the Great Barrier Reef

This citizen science project aspires to analyze the Great Barrier Reef with help from volunteers.

Kent Olofsson

๐Ÿฆ South Africa makes move to ban breeding of captive lions

Hundreds of farms in South Africa breed lions for hunting. The governmant of South Africa has presented a study and recommends a ban.

Linn Winge

๐Ÿฌ An edible plastic packaging

An alternative to plastic that is compostable and you could eat it if youโ€™d like. The project won this year's Green Alley Award.

Linn Winge

โ™ป๏ธ A new method to remove microplastics from the ocean

Microbiologists have discovered a new, sustainable way of removing microplastics from water - with the help of bacteria.

Kent Olofsson

๐Ÿ”‹Renewables have halved emissions in the USA

A study shows that the transition to renewable electricity has been much faster than experts thought 15 years ago.

Khumbu Muleya

๐Ÿ˜ท How southern Africa uses apps to fight covid

Some countries in southern Africa have used apps in the fight against covid-19. It has been beneficial according to a study. Now, Zimbabwe has developed an app that helps the user recognize symptoms.

Kent Olofsson

๐Ÿง’ A new app can detect autism in children

A new app records eye movements in kids to evaluate the probability of autism.

Cornelia Ekvall

๐Ÿš€ Studies of solar flares important in the search for alien life

Scientists have measured the most powerful solar flare ever observed from our neighboring star Proxima Centauri. The discovery may be vital in the search for alien life and may have a significant impact on future studies.

Johan Norberg

๐Ÿ‰ Opened or closed will determine China's future success

An increasing number of people think the future belongs to China. Interestingly, thatโ€™s what well-informed pundits assumed 1,000 years ago as well. The reason that those predictions turned out wrong tells us something important about Chinaโ€™s prospects this time.

Linn Winge

๐ŸŒฟ England starts its largest seagrass restoration project ever

England has started a four-year project to restore underwater seagrass meadows. Eight hectares of seagrass will be sowed.

Khumbu Muleya

๐Ÿ”Œ Nuclear power gains traction in Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe wants to invest in nuclear energy, and there is a lot pointing towards SMR:s, small modular reactors.

Kent Olofsson

๐Ÿ’ฆWater can be cleaned with biomass and a microwave

A new manufacturing method can make the production of water-purifying hydrogels more environmentally friendly.

Magnus Aschan

๐Ÿฆพ Swedish inventors build a suit that reduces spasms

Mollii is the name of the invention that helps people affected by, among other things, Parkinson's or stroke to move better. The suit works by stimulating the body with electrical signals.

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