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πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #110

πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #110

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Warp Editorial Staff
Warp Editorial Staff

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πŸ’‘ Why women's innovation matter – to all of us

The year is 2021 and of course, men and women are equally capable. Or are we? Women inventors and their innovations matter in more ways than you can imagine.

πŸ’‘ Why women's innovation matter – to all of us

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♻️ How the car industry takes the next step towards sustainability

Disassembly chains, upcycling waste components, cars as a service, and seats made from recycled bottles. The automotive future lies in the circular economy.

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πŸ’‘ Fact-based optimistic news of the week

πŸ’Š Pill reduces the risk of severe Covid by 89 percent

A new pill has proven to be very effective against Covid-19, even for risk groups.

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πŸ—Ί This map shows if getting solar panels is financially beneficial for you

A new map service can show the financial conditions for installing solar panels on your particular house.

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πŸ” Yeast makes plants taste like meat

Reprogrammed yeast cells can produce animal fat, which will make plant-based foods taste more like "real" meat.

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🚰 Alphabet turns technology into open-source

Alphabet turns their inexpensive water harvester into open-source, speeding up the process of providing people technology for producing clean drinking water.

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Algorithm can tell if you have blood poisoning

A new Swedish invention using AI is able to distinguish between severe sepsis and other milder conditions. This means that thousand of lives could be saved - every year.

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β˜„οΈ NASA to test asteroid deflection tech

Asteroids are a threat to life on earth. NASA has been developing measures to save Earth from Armageddon. This month they'll launch a spacecraft to put their theories and technology to the test.

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πŸ”Š AI could make it easier to hear the dialogue in television shows

An AI can remix the sound in movies and TV shows so that viewers can set how loud they like speech, music and special effects to be.

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πŸ”­ The astronomers' wish list for the next generation of space telescopes

A giant telescope and two smaller space telescopes would give us new insights into the universe, says the National Academies of Sciences in a report.

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πŸš€ The whole world is aiming for space

South Korea just launched its first rocket capable of payloads heavier than a tonne. There are way more players aiming to go to space than you might imagine.

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