News that makes people more optimistic about the future by balancing the negative bias in other media
After a 25-year track record of slow speed, data caps, and poor service, most people have a bad impression of satellite internet. But new technology, pioneered by Starlink, aims to change that and set the stage for the next evolution of internet service that will connect the entire planet.
Despite slow progression and plenty of challenges, smart cities in Africa are taking form.
This tiny smart factory can work independently and automated, processing tomatoes directly on the field, eliminating transports.
UCLA scientists are testing a thin film designed with nanotechnologies, which can reflect sunlight and reject heat into space. This can be used to employ radiative sky cooling with air conditioning and refrigeration systems.
The first actress and producer have boarded the International Space Station to record the first feature film shot in space.
A Paris-based startup aims to make microplastics a thing of the past. 2022 could mean "make or break" for this business.
NASA's Lucy asteroid probe is set to begin its 12-year space mission in just a few weeks. The craft will set several records and grant us more knowledge on the creation of the solar system.
As an optimist, you are often faced with an interesting dilemma: the rest of the world thinks that the world is getting worse, and you yourself think that it will get better – should you try to convince everyone else that it really gets better, Nicklas Berild Lundblad asks.
The invention of an artificial kidney could help many more in need of a new kidney than what is possible today.
50 million volunteers from 180 countries participated in World Cleanup Day 2021.
New treatment offers hope to breast cancer patients without costing more. It might also be useful for other cancer forms.
The world’s longest 3D-printed concrete bridge is found in the Netherlands.
Eco-friendly fashion is on the rise. Sunglasses manufactured from carbon dioxide is the latest example of this.
A pill can drastically reduce the risk of becoming seriously ill with Covid-19.
New antibodies should be able to knock out more of the "protein lumps" that damage the brain cells of those with Alzheimer's disease.
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