Blog of news and innovation projects
The five narrowest buildings in the world
While the Flatiron building is only two metres wide at one end, some very narrow homes such as the Keret House contain a kitchen, bathroom, living room and bedroom. We take a look at the narrowest buildings on the planet.
Women in STEM: inspiration and leadership
On our iFriday, we invited three experts to analyze the role of women in STEM and the need to achieve greater prominence in the field
Japanese city tracking seniors with dementia
With three in 10 people in Japan over 65, the number of citizens with dementia is rising. We look at how a tracking system implemented in Itami, a city with 200,000 inhabitants, aims to make life easier for these patients and why it is controversial.
Sacyr InRoad, winner of the 'Ponle Freno' Award
We have received a road safety award for our project Sacyr InRoad, which aims to make a continuous assessment of the state of roads.
The secrets of the Colosseum, the largest amphitheatre in history
For half a millennium, the Roman Colosseum was the scene of fierce gladiatorial combat, chariot races, parades of exotic animals and even public executions. We analyse the construction of the world's largest amphitheatre, which has also been a source of inspiration for emblematic films such as Gladiator.