Blog of news and innovation projects
Olympic wonders of architecture
Architecture was an Olympic "sport" until the middle of the 20th century and still plays a fundamental role in the Olympics. Barcelona, Beijing and London are some of the cities transformed from top to bottom by this event.
Some projects have succeeded in developing aircraft that looked like they were piloted by extraterrestrials. Although flying saucers are no longer just part of the collective imagination of science fiction, they have barely taken to the skies. What's the reason?
“Engineering attracts more men, but that’s changing”
Chemical engineer, Ana Karina Boltes, works with both microbial electrochemical technologies to provide wastewater treatment solutions and METland® technology applications
Smart traffic lights to reduce air pollution
Cars, vans, trucks and buses produce more than 70% of total greenhouse gas emissions from transport, according to the European Environment Agency. Are smart traffic lights the key to reducing air pollution in our cities?
CV-35, a highway built on circular economy principles
The expansion works of this highway combine environmentally friendly technologies developed by Sacyr: repurposing used tires to manufacture asphalt (RARx), efficient machinery and fabrication plants, and innovative LED lighting