💡 Innovation

Warp Editorial Staff 2 min read

🏆 Your idea could be the next XPRIZE

Peter Diamandis' XPRIZE is now inviting you to participate and have your idea transformed into a global competition.

Linn Winge 1 min read

♻️ Plastic wrap without plastic

The Great Wrap, a company founded in Australia, has designed a plastic wrap which actually decomposes in nature without harming it.

Linn Winge 1 min read

💚 Beavers naturally restore wetlands

By using logs, rocks and mud to build dams in rivers, beavers can restore wetlands naturally.

Warp Editorial Staff 2 min read

🌡️ Revolutionary room-temperature superconductor paves way for efficient energy grids and high-speed transportation

Scientists achieve a groundbreaking breakthrough in room temperature superconductivity, opening the door for the development of ultra-efficient energy grids.

Linn Winge 1 min read

🔋 Old Batteries from Electric Vehicles Get New Life Powering California’s Grid

A startup based in California has saved thousands of old and used vehicle batteries from landfills by turning them into an energy storage facility.

Linn Winge 1 min read

🌳 Triple alliance formed to save the jungle

The world’s three largest rainforest nations have formed a partnership in order to cooperate on rainforest preservation.

Warp Editorial Staff 3 min read

🥼 Ben Reinhardt wants to turn science fiction into science fact

To make science fiction into science fact, he has launched Speculative Technologies. A private DARPA.

Linn Winge 1 min read

🍫 Nestlé Pilots Recyclable Paper in Australia

KitKat’s parent company Nestlé has recently announced a pilot program to test compostable and recyclable paper packaging for their chocolate bars.

Linn Winge 1 min read

🧲 Magnets remove dangerous "forever chemicals" from water

A new method for removing “forever chemicals” from water. A solution is added to contaminated water, making the chemicals and contaminants magnetic which allows them to be easily attracted.