25 Uplifting Headlines of the Week – Part 205

Here are this week’s uplifting headlines.

1-5 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

1. ‘Saint’ Dolly Parton part-funded Moderna’s promising new coronavirus vaccine. – Source

2. Immigrant families pay tribute to Alex Trebek for helping them learn English. – Source

3. Pfizer ends COVID-19 trial with 95% efficacy, to seek emergency-use authorization. – Source

4. Head Constable Seema Dhaka has become the first Delhi Police officer to get an out-of-turn promotion (OTP) for tracing 76 missing children and reuniting them with their families in a record 60 days. 56 of these children are under the age of 14. – Source

5. Revolutionary CRISPR-based genome editing system treatment destroys cancer cells: “This is not chemotherapy. There are no side effects, and a cancer cell treated in this way will never become active again.” – Source

6-10 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

6. The Arkansas school turned solar savings into better teacher pay. The project that resulted has helped slash the district’s annual energy consumption by 1.6 million kilowatts and in three years generated enough savings to transform the district’s $250,000 budget deficit into a $1.8 million surplus. – Source

7. Tennessee offers 2 years FREE college tuition to any high school graduate. – Source

8. Newly passed right-to-repair law will fundamentally change Tesla Repair. – Source

9. 17-year-old is adopted after 3,739 days in foster care and 24 different homes. – Source

10. Marijuana legalization is so popular it’s defying the partisan divide. – Source

11-15 Uplifting Headlines of the Week

11. Canada in talks to donate extra COVID-19 vaccine shots to poorer countries. Canada has reserved enough doses to vaccinate residents several times over, is in talks with other governments about a plan to donate shots to lower-income countries, according to three sources familiar with the matter. – Source

12. 1st drug to treat Progeria has been FDA approved! – Source

13. The 2-Acre Vertical Farm Out-Produces 750 Acre ‘Flat Farms’ – The future of farms is vertical. It’s also indoors, can be placed anywhere on the planet, is heavily integrated with robots and AI, and produces better fruits and vegetables while using 95% less water and 99% less land. – Source

14. Proud North Texas family watches their astronaut son make history. – Source

15. Japan, the world’s third-largest economy, vows to become carbon neutral by 2050. – Source

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