Designing buildings with large glass façades enhances the visual and environmental comfort of their occupants, and allows natural light to be enjoyed almost all day long.
However, the direct sunlight on these premises during the summer months leads to considerable increases...Seguir leyendo »
Graphene is the hottest material in technological research. Today we will review some of its most amazing applications, ranging from medicine to electronics.
For months now, the two most recurrent Think Big themes in terms of technological innovation have been: 3D...Seguir leyendo »
The Internet has opened the door to a wide range of applications, services, training resources and platforms through which we can connect with other users and professionals from many disciplines. Thanks to the net, we can be much closer to...Seguir leyendo »
Jules Verne has earned a place in the history of literature as one of the most important writers of adventure novels of recent history. But his novels contain more than just entertainment. Their pages contain hidden scientific data, descriptions of...Seguir leyendo »
When Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov received the Nobel Prize in Physics for their research on graphene, recognition went beyond the material itself. The award specifically mentioned “the two-dimensional material graphene”, highlighting the importance of the two dimensions in the...Seguir leyendo »
It seems to be fashionable to speak of electricity lately. And rightly so! After progressive electricity fee rises in the last few years, Spain appears in the Eurostat as the European country with the third most expensive domestic electricity (behind...Seguir leyendo »
Innovation in devices is unstoppable. Samsung has shown a couple of its flexible displays at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), held from the 8th to the 11th, in Las Vegas, USA.
The screen features on show there are: 5.5 inches, targeted...Seguir leyendo »
We are aware that water is essential to most life forms known to man, including humans, but it is also one of the main enemies in the life of materials subjected to inclement weather or extreme conditions. Some products on...Seguir leyendo »
The first place in the ranking of the 500 most powerful supercomputers in the world has recently been taken by Titan, a colossal machine commissioned in late 2012. It has surpassed fellow giant Sequoia in the measurements made by the...Seguir leyendo »
There is no doubt that the search for the materials of the future is at nanoscale levels and that, in this race to discover supermaterials, graphene is the undisputed star for its excellent properties, despite the difficulties in mass producing...Seguir leyendo »
Graphene’s popularity began when Andre Geim and Konstantin Novoselov won the Nobel Prize in Physics 2010 for discovering the material. However, their work had been published years earlier, in October 2004. Since that time, and later when they won the...Seguir leyendo »
A few weeks ago we told you about Arduino to mark the launch of Arduino GSM/GPRS Shield, a device with a GPRS/GSM connection launched by Arduino in collaboration with Telefónica. In the header you can see a photograph of the...Seguir leyendo »
Since last July Movistar has been conducting a pilot experience with a group of voluntary customers in Madrid’s Fuentespina Street. This involves, for the first time anywhere in Europe, the use of a new architecture that consists of not installing...Seguir leyendo »
The Raspberry Pi Foundation suggested promoting the study of information technology (IT) and converting the learning process into a fun activity especially focused on schools. The culmination of this aim was the device measuring 9x6x2 centimetres that bears the same...Seguir leyendo »
Para cualquier startup llegar al “demoDay” equivale a cerrar la etapa más importante de la aceleración de sus proyectos digitales. Si sirve analogía, es algo así como laceremonia de graduación por la que pasan todos los equipos de emprendedores y exponen...Seguir leyendo »