I decided to participate in Startup weekend following the recommendation of my brother Jaime, who participated in another edition in Spain. In this case, I took part in the event celebrated in the city of Odense, Denmark. It is the second time this event is hosted by the local organizers. By taking a look at the website of Startup Weekend, you realize that they provide the tools to help people develop or improve an idea until its transformed into a more mature stage, close enough to a project worth of investment. Sigue leyendo
I am not sure if I have previously talked about my favourite movies, but if I have not, then this is a good moment and way to talk about it.
Perhaps one of my favourite movies became my favourite as a result of growing up with two boys, and naturally, living under the same roof you end up sharing some hobbies or interests, or getting your siblings involved into yours as a way to maintain a bond. I remember that I used to see Apollo 13 with them. It is only when I reached my adulthood that my interest in the film grew stronger and I discovered that the movie contained several messages. It speaks about the life-style of the people living in the US during the 60s, the world of aeronautics and aerospace (aka. NASA), it speaks about the personal experiences of the protagonists of the movie, but most importantly it narrates the situations lived during the mission of the Apollo 13. It is a Hollywood movie based in the real events of that particular NASA mission.
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Don´t be fooled by the size of this Scandinavian country. The first to highlight the wonders of Denmark is the IEA by indicating the strengths of this market: Sigue leyendo
Hoy voy a comentar un artículo sobre el urbanismo socialmente sostenible y resiliente. Publicado en el Instituto Español de Estudios Estratégicos (IEEE), titulado ‘Las ciudades como objetivo de desarrollo sostenible‘, se trata el desarrollo de las ciudades, la sociedad y lo que puede suponer para la seguridad y el medio ambiente. Sigue leyendo
Good afternoon dear readers,
I am coming back to you before the end of the year. There are few thoughts I want to share with you about my 2016. This year has meant a lot to me for various reasons: Sigue leyendo
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Since I can remember and probably influenced by my family, I have developed an interest for space. The most vivid memory of something related to it, were movies. My favourite ones: Apollo 13, Contact, Gattaca, the Star Wars franchise, The Martian, etc. Which has contributed to develop an awareness of the opportunities that the outer space can offer. Every now and then I have been looking for ways to be informed and participate in events connected to this world. Sigue leyendo
The rise of these resources have brought new opportunities to the market. In this post the interest is focused in how the situation is presented for the US. Sigue leyendo
The panorama of the energy market in the past couple of years has become relevant to the least, to draw enough attention and reflect upon it.
Today, unconventional energy resources have become a reality in the energy world. Shale gas and tight oil or the revival of the LNG market are topics oftenly read across numerous media outlets.
This reflection is to review the role of energy as a subject that has influenced actors, not only in the energy world, but globally. As a recurring topic in some of the posts previously published in the blog, energy security serves as the perspective to analyse the issue.
I am coming back to you before the end of 2015. There are few thoughts I want to share with you about my year.
Lately, I have had the opportunity to read interesting material of the topic I am about to write. That said and due to the nature of the work I have carried out in the past few months, I came accross with some documents dealing with the notion of Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP). Bit by bit I will be commenting certain aspects that I find interesting. I am, thereby, creating a series of posts on the topic. Here I begin: