Blog of news and innovation projects
Geothermics to cool down Moncloa Transport Hub
With Geobatt project, we could source 50% of the entire power demand of these kinds of facilities in Madrid from renewable energies.
Secrets of the only wonder of the ancient world still standing
To raise the Great Pyramid of Giza, the Egyptians transported enormous stone blocks on boats on the Nile, mounted them on sledges and then wet the sand along the route to the pyramid to make them easier to slide. But how they hauled them up this pharaonic monument is still an unknown. Here we explore how science and technology are helping to reveal how it was constructed.
Gravity-defying geometry and matter
We inaugurate an emblematic building in Chile that simulates a complex geometric shape, making it look like it's floating
Only 1% of all steel manufactured is lost to landfills. The world's most recycled building material is reused again and again to build all kinds of structures. We can save resources, costs and energy by reusing steel, glass and concrete. While human civilization has been striving for centuries to build ever more colossal structures, such as skyscrapers, it is now seeking ways to give their components a second life.
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How to be sustainable in your day to day
Metal straws, cloth make-up remover discs, bamboo kitchen towels and a long list of products that you can incorporate to your day to day to reduce your environmental footprint