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The challenges of an increasingly populated world

The following graph from the economist Max Roser’s website, Our World in Data, shows us the time it took for the world’s population to double: in the year 837, there were 250 million humans on the planet. But it was not until 1543 that the population broke through the 500 million mark, and it reached […]

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International Women in Engineering Day: a key talent for progress

According to data from the latest report by CRUE (the Conference of Spanish University Rectors), 264,664 students were accepted to Spanish universities for the academic year 2015-2016, of whom 53.8% were women. This figure is no surprise, as women have represented over half of all Spanish university students for more than 20 years. But if […]

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CORE LNGas hive: we’re backing LNG for maritime transport

One of the biggest challenges we have as Spanish people is learning to tell people what we’re good at: ‘selling ourselves’ better. This is true both outwardly, so that people know what we’re doing, and inwardly, so that we ourselves are aware of all we’ve achieved. Yes, we know that we live in one of […]

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