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πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #77

πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #77

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Mathias Sundin
Mathias Sundin

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Fact-based optimistic news of the week

πŸ‘¨β€πŸ’»AI creates whole new proteins.

Researchers have created an AI that quickly creates and sorts proteins. A breakthrough for the science of making medicine.

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πŸ’§ Beer brewer boosts water supply in Zambia.

Zambian Breweries has created a much-needed water supply securing water for over 40 000 households.

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πŸš€ Musk wants to attract people to Texas - donates millions to schools.

Elon Musks SpaceX, wants to encourage people to move to Texas as SpaceX is growing. He has promised a donation of $ 30 million to locals schools.

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🐠 Abandoned oil rigs are turned into artificial reefs.

Instead of removing abandoned oil rigs they should be left on the bottom of the ocean and turned into artificial coral reefs.

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β›‘ Smart bandages can detect covid.

Bandages with sensors for temperature and tension in the skin can self-monitor so that the wound heals better. The same bandage could also potentially be used to alert for Covid-symptoms.

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