Blog of news and innovation projects
Plastic that decomposes in the Sun
The trillions of pieces of plastic floating on the surface of our oceans weigh the equivalent of 27 Eiffel Towers and will take hundreds of years to degrade. A team of scientists has created a polymer capable of decomposing in a week when exposed to sun and air.
The Internet of Things creates self-sufficient buildings
Access controls and safety, consumption data, or communication network monitoring are some of the services this system can manage.
The four most original buildings in the world
Warped facades, original shapes and stratospheric sizes—these are some of the ingredients that transform these four buildings into the most original and extravagant on the planet.
The most ambitious scientific megaproject of the 21st century moves into high gear
Eliminating fossil fuels to combat climate change is one of the great challenges of the 21st century. What if the solution were to recreate the Sun on Earth? The ITER project seeks to construct the world's largest nuclear fusion reactor to achieve a clean, inexpensive and inexhaustible source of energy.
We preserve Colombia’s archaeological heritage
Thanks to our preventative archaeology program we preserve the cultural and archaeological heritage of the communities surrounding our P3 projects.