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  • For Rafael Lozano-Hemmer, the relationship between art and technology in the 21st century is nothing unusual. His works, which border on theatrical and performance art and make use of projections, sensors and communication networks, deal with this dichotomy and appeal directly to the observer in search of the answer to the question: How much does technology tell us about ourselves?

    In recent years, the rise in photovoltaic self-consumption has seen solar panels becoming a common feature in urban and rural landscapes around the world. The boom in this type of self-consumption, which is also part of the fight against climate change, is the result of technological advances, a decrease in the price of the components needed for these installations, a reduction in the amount of red tape, and help at both local and national levels.

  • We live in the age of technology, but there's still plenty to come. In recent years, large companies have been taking small — but important steps — forward in quantum computing, which looks set to revolutionise the world as we know it. The following selection of potential applications will impact everything from mobility to healthcare.

    Today learning how to recycle is easier and more fun than ever for kids. There are numerous games and activities related to recycling that are designed to teach children to generate less waste, separate it and reuse it, helping to reinforce their ecological values and commitment to the environment.

  • There are more and more mobile lines in the world, mobile phones have more functions and we spend more and more time interacting with this type of device. Here are the main Internet consumption habits on mobile devices globally.

    Girls' self-esteem, ambition and expectations are the first victims of gender stereotypes. Therefore, eradicating clichés and their associated behaviours should be a priority for any society and should begin in schools. Some initiatives advocate introducing female role models into the classroom as a first step.