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πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #108

πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #108

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Warp Editorial Staff
Warp Editorial Staff

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πŸ’‘Why exploring Mars makes a difference for life on Earth

Is it a waste of both money and time to go to Mars? Or, is it to the great benefit of all mankind and our planet? In this article, Cornelia Ekvall shows why the answer to the latter question is a resounding: YES!

πŸ’‘Why exploring Mars makes a difference for life on Earth

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🎲 The games optimists play

How do you play? Optimists and pessimists play different games, and they play in different ways, writes Nicklas Berild Lundblad.

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πŸ’‘ Fact-based optimistic news of the week

🌳 Drones mean more efficient reforestation

DroneSeed takes drone-assisted reforestation to a new level.

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πŸ›° Boost for satellite tech in Africa

Following years of research, a South African firm in collaboration with its partners has developed a new system that gives mobility to satellites launched into space.

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🌼 Study suggests mustard plant could reduce carbon emissions

A team of researchers at the University of Georgia believe a mustard plant can be an alternative to aviation fuel and cut emissions by 68 percent.

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🌊 Huge success for Ocean Cleanup Project

The tests of the Ocean Cleanup’s newest and largest system turns out successful and hauls in a massive amount of plastic.

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πŸ”‹ Faster and greener battery recycling

With ultrasound and weak acids, it is possible to recycle up to 99 percent of all metals in lithium batteries.

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🧫 New method finds cancer cells before they create tumors

A blood or saliva test is all that is needed to see if a person has cancer cells in the body and what type of cancer it is.

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πŸš— Innovative motorhome offers energy independence on the road

The Stella Vita Project is an innovative motorhome with solar panels, totally independent both in mobility and in internal services.

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πŸ‘¨β€πŸ¦³There is no limit to how long we can live

Statistical studies indicate that there is no natural law that determines how old we can get to the maximum.

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πŸ₯½ AR helps students understand physical phenomena

An AR app visualizes how to calculate torque and gives students an "aha" experience.

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πŸ’§ A small tablet can purify one liter of water per hour

One tablet is able to kill 99.999 percent of all harmful bacteria in contaminated water.

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🦍 New hope for the gorillas of Congo

Better protection against poaching and logging gives Grauer's gorilla a better chance of escaping extinction.

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🧬 RNA could replace pesticides

By using RNA to knock out genes in leaf mold, it is possible to get cheaper and more environmentally friendly control of potato leaf mold.

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πŸ›° Nanoracks secures partners for commercial space station

A significant step is taken towards launching the first commercial space station as Nanoracks teams up with an aerospace giant.

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