Last week I had the honour of giving a lecture at the First Iberian Forum organized by Rotary, which was attended by Rotary member clubs from Spain and Portugal and various public figures. Technology, artificial intelligence, sustainable development and global security were the focus of my presentation and, above all, the link between them and the objectives of Agenda 2030.
Akash Aggarwal, from India, has joined our group recently and will spend some time with us, contributing his knowledge to projects related to IoT and blockchain.
Biotechnology is a science that fuses biology and technology, and has applications in a number of sectors, such as medicine, pharmaceutics and agriculture, providing solutions to different social problems.
Yesterday I had the opportunity to attend the inaugural conference of the program 12 meses cuidándoT, an exciting initiative of the Institute of Biomedical Research of Salamanca (IBSAL), which aims to offer workshops, lectures and other activities to disseminate the research that is being conducted at the institute among the citizens.
Enrique Espinosa, comes from the Faculty of Engineering of the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). He is in his last year of the Mechatronics Engineering course ad developed a thesis on the application of Internet of Things technologies for growing vegetables in indoor spaces.
We are once again involved in coordinating a course organized by the General Foundation of the University of Salamanca and Global Exchange, which aims to train specialists who can then join the Global Exchange staff.
Denisa Kera, our colleague Marie Curie research fellow presenting at the Trans/Feminist hacking symposium in Berlin
The symposium on Trans/Feminist hacking in Berlin at the Einstein Center Digital Future organized by Weizenbaum Institute, Technische Universität Berlin gathered practitioners and academics engaged in inclusive open-source, art and design practices.