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Medicine, space exploration, aeronautics, biology... Each branch of science has drawn for decades, and sometimes for centuries, on the inspiration and work of those who wanted to go beyond what was obvious and challenge the established thought to breach new limits and allow humanity to develop.
Switching off our electronic devices and reading a good book during half an hour in a comfortable setting is essential to improve our health and abilities such as attention.
This technology is already used in some of the most important European leagues with the aim of eradicating the 'ghost goals'.
With a prototype made of clay, Carlos, Rafael, Paloma and Diego convinced the top management of Banco Santander that the future of payments is in hands.
There is an increasing number of courses and masters programs aimed at promoting entrepreneurship
Talent not only comes from the factory; we can all enhance it with work, perseverance and attitude to make it the motor of our life and the formula for achieving success.
Bikram Yoga was created for healing in a country like India, where going to the doctor or getting medicine was very difficult. With its expansion to the USA, it became popular and is now the favourite exercise of celebrities. Macarena Cutillas, director of Californian Hot Yoga in Madrid, left her job as a lawyer to learn and teach this discipline.
If you believe in your ideas and are passionate about it, you have to work on it and seek the necessary support.
State of the art projects aimed at reducing the amount of waste in the ocean emerge as a consequence of the troubling state of our seas.
De la oficina en la ciudad a la ciudad oficina. Visita con nosotros un ejemplo actual de cómo será el futuro de la arquitectura y urbanismo sostenible: la Ciudad Financiera Grupo Santander.
Budgets, balance sheets and everyday banking products.
Female workers are “breaking the glass ceiling”, a term we are hearing more and more frequently. The term, coined in 1986 in a Wall Street Journal article (The Glass Ceiling: Why Women Can’t Seem to Break the Invisible Barrier That Blocks Them from the Top Jobs by Carol Hymowitz and Timothy D. Schellhardt), refers to the existence of invisible barriers – hence the expression “glass” - that impede female workers from getting promoted to management positions, which are traditionally occupied by men.
We are responsible for the state of the planet and the world that our children will inherit. Every day we have the opportunity to make decisions that help to improve and preserve the environment.