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  • Chillida Leku is hosting the exhibition Tàpies in Zabalaga, sponsored by the Iberdrola Foundation, until 10th January. An exhibition in which the work of the Catalan artist engages in a dialogue with that of Chillida, with whom, in addition to being good friends, he was united by the desire to transcend matter as a path towards spirituality and a humanist approach with which he underlined the transforming capacity of art. Mireia Massagué, director of Chillida Leku, invites us to enjoy the bond between two unique and inimitable artists at the Zabalaga farmhouse.

    The progress of neuroscience and, in parallel, of neurotechnology is unstoppable. Over the coming decades we will see, even if it sounds like science fiction, devices capable of decoding information in our brains, amplifying our senses or modifying our memories. Which is where ethical boundaries come into play and, in this sense, neurorights are essential if we are to protect our mental privacy.

  • The UN, which has been fighting desertification since 1994, defines it as the process of land degradation in arid, semi-arid and dry sub-humid areas as a result of various climatic and human factors. With climate change, these factors have only multiplied and it is now considered one of the world's major environmental problems.

    Minimalism, originally an architectural trend that seeks to reduce works to the essentials, has been transferred to other areas. The idea is very simple: less is more, which applied, for example, to our daily lives means reducing the use and consumption of material goods as much as possible. This way of being in the world has positive effects on the environment and recent environmental initiatives, such as the Zero Waste movement, are very close to it.

  • The COVID-19 pandemic has changed almost everything. With the advance of vaccination, the return to normality is getting closer and companies are taking the opportunity to rethink their office model. Among the most widely adopted options is hot desking, which consists of creating shared and on-demand workspaces that are more flexible, more economical and more oriented towards fostering collaboration among employees.

    Solar radiation is the energy emitted by the Sun through electromagnetic waves and life on Earth depends on it. In addition to determining atmospheric and climatological dynamics and trends, it makes plant photosynthesis possible, among other processes. If you want to know more, such as what types of radiation there are and what their harmful effects on health are, especially on the skin in summer, read on.