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In addition to being the largest space structure ever built, the International Space Station is a unique floating laboratory for all kinds of research. Since its construction began piece-by-piece more than 20 years ago, it has welcomed more than 260 visitors from 20 countries.
A device the size of a sheet of paper with a large screen that allowed the world's major newspapers to be consulted. This is what the film 2001: A Space Odyssey predicted tablets would be like. We analyse the great technological predictions of science fiction.
The project is to be carried out in Guanajuato, Mexico, in collaboration with our local partner, Neotech Asphalt, a leading company in environmental solutions within the asphalt sector in Mexico.
Zaha Hadid was the first woman to win a Pritzker Prize, the world's highest architectural award, in 2004. But before her, there were other women whose work did not receive the same recognition. We look at the life and work of Denise Scott Brown, one of the most influential architects of the 20th century.
From trains that reach 600 kilometres per hour to those that, in addition to being ultra-fast, operate in extremely cold climates. As the world's demand for transport grows, so does the commitment to clean alternatives. The world's fastest trains are now trying to establish themselves as the most efficient option.