πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #78

πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #78

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Warp Editorial Staff
Warp Editorial Staff

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Fact-based optimistic news of the week

🌸 Scientists can now predict what the whole pollen season is going to look like.

The daily forecasts for grass pollen levels can now be supplemented with forecasts for what the whole season will look like.

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🍺 Leftovers from beer brewing can be used as biofuel.

Researchers have found a way to make use of enzymes and bacterias to make both biofuel and animal feeds out of leftovers from beer brewerig.

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🚒 Plastic in the ocean is used in asphalt.

Fishers in India have been picking up plastic from the ocean that becomes an ingredient in asphalt. The project has been a success and is now spreading to the whole fishing workforce.

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πŸš€ 60 years since the first man in space.

On April 12, 1961, Yuri Gagarin became the first man in space. He completed one orbit of Earth in the spacecraft Vostok 1 and became historic.

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πŸ“± Tomorrow's mobile mast can be hidden behind your wallpaper.

Today's mobile masts will not be sufficient when 5G is taking over. Scientists at KTH in Sweden think they have a solution.

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βš›οΈ Particle defied the standard model – new physics may be on the horizon.

For a long time, the muons glitchy behavior has been discussed. Yesterday the results from experiments on Fermilab sparked the hopes for a new physics.

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