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πŸ“ˆ Human Progress

In the last decades humanity has made great progress with less extreme poverty, increased health, wealth and democracy. We follow in the tradition of professor Hans Rosling.

Khumbu Muleya

African dream of "smart cities" remains strong

Despite slow progression and plenty of challenges, smart cities in Africa are taking form.

Linn Winge

♻️ Start-up tackling microplastics problem secures new funding

A Paris-based startup aims to make microplastics a thing of the past. 2022 could mean "make or break" for this business.

Jakob Holgersson

πŸ›° Capsule Lucy to investigate Trojan Asteroids

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.

Kent Olofsson

🩸Artificial kidney could save more lives - and make dialysis unnecessary

The invention of an artificial kidney could help many more in need of a new kidney than what is possible today.

Linn Winge

🌍 World Cleanup Day attracted 50 million volunteers

50 million volunteers from 180 countries participated in World Cleanup Day 2021.

Kent Olofsson

πŸŽ— Major breakthrough for breast cancer with new treatment

New treatment offers hope to breast cancer patients without costing more. It might also be useful for other cancer forms.

Md Motiur Rahman

πŸ† Macmillan and List Scoop the 2021 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

The 2021 Nobel Prize in Chemistry focuses on discoveries that look into speedy techniques of creating chemical molecules elegantly, affordably, and efficiently.

Md Motiur Rahman

πŸ† Trio shares Nobel Prize in Physics 2021

Syukuro Manabe, Klaus Hasselmann, and Giorgio Parisi share the 2021 Nobel Prize for Physics "for groundbreaking contributions to our understanding of complex physical systems."

Kent Olofsson

🦏 More Indian rhinos today than 100 years ago

Successful protective measures have spurred the growth of endangered rhino species.