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Creativity to dodge censorship in Russia
Some Ukrainian citizens, as well as Russians that reject Putin’s regimen managed to avoid censorship by posting messages on social media or reviews on websites like Trip Advisor and Google Maps to get the information through to the Russian people.
We recover a Roman archeological site in Valencia
We recover a significant portion of the region’s historic and archeological heritage by excavating the Roman site, Clots de Rascanya, a major industrial ceramic center in ancient Edeta (Llíria, Valencia).
The challenge of putting nanofoods on the table
From beer containers that hold gases better to sensors that change colour to indicate the ripeness of fruit. While nanotechnology promises to revolutionise the food industry, there are some barriers to getting nanofoods onto supermarket shelves.
We innovate in the construction of test flight centers
The Flight Test Center in Jaén (Spain) has hosted several important projects due to the capacity of its facilities to develop high-tech tests.
How to detect driver fatigue early using technology
One of Sacyr's main activity focuses is on occupational safety. Hence, the attractiveness of Simbiosys, a project jointly developed by Sacyr and a research group from the Integrated Systems Lab from Universidad Politécnica de Madrid (LSI-B105) and B105 Electronic Systems Labs, from the Escuela Técnica Superior de Ingenieros en Telecomunicación, which was financed by the Centro para el Desarrollo Tecnológico e Industrial (CDTI).