πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #98

πŸ’‘ Warp News Newsletter #98

The week's fact-based optimistic news.

Warp Editorial Staff
Warp Editorial Staff

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Now you can buy "only" a ticket to Warp Space Summit

Warp Space Summit is fast approaching. I've seen the speakers' presentations and I can promise that it will be a very varied and really good event.

Physics Teacher of the Year 2016 Jenny Jansson on how to use space in education, Dr. Sven Grahn on giant space colonies and our space writer Cornelia Ekvall on how we need space to create sustainability on earth - and much more.

So far, we have sold tickets with the associated Warp Premium Supporter, our membership with access to the growing library of Optimist's Edge articles. Now you can also buy only the ticket itself.

Read more about the program and buy a ticket using the links below:
SEK 100 ($12) for digital only in Hopin
SEK 200 ($23) for a ticket to the event in LinkΓΆping
$49 for a ticket + Premium Supporter for one year (highest value)

Warp Space Summit on September 19 at 13:00-19:00 CET at LinkΓΆping Konsert and Kongress and online.

Mathias Sundin

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: When everything becomes a service

Music, books, and movies are just the beginning. Much of the stuff we used to own now turns into a service. In this development lies huge opportunities and great business ideas for the planet and people. Let's dig in!

πŸ’‘ Optimist's Edge: When everything becomes a service

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πŸ’¬ When things go South – it is time to celebrate

For every successful solution, there are a thousand unsuccessful. Laws, bad luck, clumsiness, or pure idiocy made them fail. But we should also celebrate the bad ideas, writes Magnus Aschan.

πŸ‘‰ Read this Premium Supporter article on Warp News.

Fact-based optimistic news of the week

🍾 Empty bottles turn into brick-making raw material

The Jabulani Community near Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe uses discarded bottles to produce a special type of brick that "glitters and shines."

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πŸ₯© Here is the world's first 3D-printed Wagyu beef

This "looks more like the real thing," Scientists at Japan's Osaka University claim after 3D-printing the first-ever Wagyu beef.

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SpaceX recently revealed more details on plans for their next generation of satellites for the Starlink constellation.

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⏳ The ban on freons gives us more time to deal with climate change

A ban on freons has both reduced the hole in the ozone layer and protected vegetation so that it could bind more carbon dioxide.

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πŸ₯ Xenobots – how the first living robot will change healthcare

Xenobots - small robots built of skin cells can be an important tool of the future, in everything from cancer treatment to curing old age.

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πŸ‡―πŸ‡΅ Japan tests potentially game-changing rocket engine

The hunt for new and better propulsion systems for space use goes on. In a world-first, Japan tests a Rotating Detonation Engine in space.

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πŸš€ Two explorers founded a rocket company - aiming for Mars

Tina and Tom SjΓΆgren are adventurers with several Guinness World Records. Now they've started a company that will launch satellites; a company that will also take them on their ultimate adventure - Mars!

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