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Magnus Aschan

Magnus Aschan

Editor-in-Chief & Speaker at Warp Institute. I tell stories about how technology and science makes our world better.

Magnus Aschan

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: Can you tell the difference between computer graphics and reality?

Do you think you can tell the difference between computer graphics and reality? Our survey points to one answer, while reality points to another...

Magnus Aschan

🏭 76% of all planned coal-fired power plants stopped since 2015

Since the Paris Agreement in 2015, 76 percent of all planned coal-fired power plants have been stopped, a recent report reveals.

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πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: This is what you need to know about the nuclear power of the future

The fourth generation nuclear power is not that far away and has greater benefits than you think. In this article, two experts reveal everything you need to know about the energy production of the future.

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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.

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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.

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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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πŸ–– Star Trek's "Holodeck" one step closer thanks to new research

A team of engineers from the University of Glasgow has developed a new way to make 3D projections feel real. This brings us one step closer to the dream of "Holodecks."

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πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: DNA insights that change your life

DNA is no longer abstract and something only for scientists and the police. Today, knowing your DNA is affordable and accessible through home DNA kits – and it can give you insights that change your life.

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πŸ’¬ Why we must begin to understand the really big and the really small

Paradoxically, it is the evolution that has brought us here. Because we humans live in a kind of middle world. We have a hard time grasping that which is really big, slow, small, and fast. Now is the time to change that.