100 positive stories of 2018
It is the fourth and final part of the serious through which we has tried to inform nearly 100 most positive stories of the year 2018. We urge you to take a resolution that this year and in the coming years you will show eagerness listen to positive news stories as much as, or more than, you usually show to negative news stories.
The below mentioned are the 100 top positive stories of the year that we have just passed.
China reassigns 60,000 soldiers to plant trees in bid to fight pollution.
Astronomers have witnessed a supermassive black hole actively shaping its environment.
Virtual reality therapy shows real-life benefits for some mental disorders.
Mexico jaguar population grows 20% in eight years.
Scientists accidentally create mutant enzyme that eats plastic bottles.
Scientists used stem cells to restore vision of two patents in the UK.
A new treatment for Alzheimer’s disease has been successfully treated on mice.
Scientists developed reflective paint that could help keep buildings cool.
New filter removes salt from water up to three times as fast as conventional filters.
Ebola survivors are still immune to the virus after 40 years.
DNA from seized elephant ivory unmasks 3 big trafficking cartels in Africa.
A drug originally intended to treat osteoporosis could be used to treat baldness.
Researchers repurpose wasp venom as an antibiotic drug that can kill bacteria.
Solar energy surpasses gas and wind as biggest source of new power in the US.
Scientists have developed a brain implant that noticeably boosted memory.
Archaeologists uncover the world’s oldest drawing dating back to 73,000 years.
Scientists used antibodies from Ilamas to produce a universal flu vaccine.
New research suggests that more than half of young people recover from schizophrenia.
Immunotherapy shows promising results in treating triple-negative breast cancer.
Astronomers discover two new solar systems relatively close to our own.
Hubble has spotted the most distant star ever observed, 10 billion light years away.
Scientists are making carbon fiber from plants instead of petroleum.
Swiss businessman Hansjorg Wyss contributes $1 billion towards protecting 30% of the planet.
FDA approves first contact lens that gets darker in sunlight.
Supermarket ban sees ‘80% drop’ in plastic bag consumption nationwide in Australia.
Scientists successfully reverse aging in lab-grown human cells.
A peptide from an Australian funnel-web spider has been found to kill tumors.
Britain now generates twice as much electricity from wind as coal.
Taiwan announces banning disposable plastic items by 2030.
Russian scientists discover bacteria that neutralizes nuclear waste.
India announces banning all single-use plastic in the country by 2022.
Artificial Intelligence system can now detect often-missed tumors.
Researcher developed a new liquid that can store solar energy for years.
New lab-bred super corals could help avert global reef wipeout.
Researchers successfully restored memory in mice with Alzheimer’s disease.
Portugal reaches its ‘100% renewables’ target, and ends fossil fuel subsides.
The first unmanned and autonomous sailboat has successfully crossed the Atlantic Ocean.
New UV bacteria-killing robot cleans hospital rooms far better than humans.
Japan announces adding 17 Gigawatts of new solar plants by the end of 2020.
Google unveils 72-Qubit quantum computer with low error rates.
Newly developed robot can print a $64,000 house in just 8 hours.
New eyedrops could repair corneas, and make glasses unnecessary.
‘Human brain’ supercomputer with 1 million processors switched on for first time.
Stem cell transplant cures first adult sickle-cell patient in Canada.
A powerful new battery could give us electric planes that don’t pollute.
Nanobots can now swarm like fish to perform complex medicinal tasks.
Snow leopards sighted for first time ever in eastern Tibet.
The European Union agrees total ban on bee-harming pesticides.
Scientists discover new mechanism for information storage in one atom.
Endangered mountain gorilla population recovers to over 1,000.
Enjoy positive news! And, once again, Happy New Year!
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