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πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #100

πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #100

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Warp Editorial Staff
Warp Editorial Staff

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πŸš€ Ready for liftoff! Last chance to get your ticket to the Warp Space Summit


You can participate in LinkΓΆping (there are some tickets left) or online (there are unlimited seats in cyberspace.)

The Speaker of the Parliament, Andreas NorlΓ©n, will speak at the opening ceremony and the whole program is very good, if I may say so myself.

There are three ways to get a ticket.

Ticket + Premium Supporter for three months. $30
Ticket to participate on site in LinkΓΆping. $20
Ticket to participate online. $10

See you on Sunday!

Mathias Sundin

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: In space we have all the minerals we need

The Earth's resources are limited. But not far away from our planet, there is an abundance. Asteroid mining is becoming increasingly feasible – in this article, you get an Edge on what lies ahead.

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: In space we have all the minerals we need

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πŸ›° The Value of Space Exploration

Those who think the new space race is about billionaires wasting money have no clue about the value of space exploration. The future of humanity is out there, writes Alexander Engelin.

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Fact-based optimistic news of the week

πŸŠβ€β™€οΈ Recycled swimming pools made from old shipping containers

This company turns old shipping containers into sustainable and convenient home swimming pools.

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πŸ’‰ The EU is investing heavily in faster vaccine development

A research project aims to reduce the development time for vaccines from a decade to roughly a year.

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πŸš€ Space belongs to you too

The idea of space belonging to all humans is stronger than ever before.

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πŸ‘Š NFT Use Cases: A look at the transformative impact of rare digital items

Digital art, gaming, ticketing, and real estate are just a few examples of NFT use cases. Let's dive in and have a look at the transformative impact of rare digital items.

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⚑️ Microwaves transmit power to drones – and potentially rockets

Imagine reducing the weight, cost and complexity of spacecraft quite simply by leaving fuel behind. It sounds astonishing, but it's exactly what researchers in Japan are aiming for.

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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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β˜•οΈ Manchester City serves hot beverages in edible coffee cups

Manchester City serves hot beverages in edible coffee cups during their games.

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πŸ“± App gives easy access to healthcare services in the DRC

A Software Developer in the Democratic Republic of Congo has created a new mobile application to easily access healthcare services and facilities in the central African country.

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πŸš€ Inspiration4 – the first space tourists in orbit around Earth

The civilian space race is now in full swing. Both Virgin Galactic and Blue Origin have made successful launches in a brief time span. Inspiration4 is about to become SpaceX's equivalent, yet there's much more to it.

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πŸͺ¨ Historic moment – first rock sample from Mars

The NASA rover "Perseverance" collected its first rock sample from Mars earlier this month. A historic moment with implications for human understanding of Mars.

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