By Cristina Cano, Borja Martínez and Xavi Vilajosana, researchers of the IN3’s WiNe research group Wireless technologies play an important part in the rising Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT), which promises to deliver[…]
By Mariana Aldrete, visiting researcher of the IN3’s CNSC group. In 2018, the United Nations Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean (ECLAC) reported that 14 Latin American nations were among the[…]
By Isabel Ruiz-Mallén, researcher of the IN3’s TURBA Lab research group Biodiversity conservation and climate change are two sides of the same coin. Anticipating and dealing with climate change impacts can help to deter[…]
By Marta Roqueta-Fernàndez, doctoral candidate of the IN3’s GenTIC group. Over the last ten years, Catalonia and Spain have witnessed a revitalization of their vibrant – and increasingly plural – feminist movement. Feminists have[…]
Antonio Calleja, researcher and coordinator of the Technopolitics research unit of the IN3’s Communication Networks & Social Change (CNSC) group, has recently published a fascinating article on transhumanism, technological humanism and posthumanism. The piece,[…]
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