Spain has climbed to 21st in the Aid Transparency Index, which measures fulfilment of international agreements on the publication of aid data by each international cooperation player (countries, foundations, development banks,...Enter to read the full article.
It has been a ten-year journey through space for the Rosetta spacecraft, travelling 6.4 billion kilometres, since it was launched in 2004, and more than 20 years since the mission was given the greenlight in the ESA,...Enter to read the full article.
Innovation in Spain: essential to a new growth model.
Cristina Garmendia, Minister for Science and Innovation during the 9th legislature, was appointed President of the Cotec Foundation for technological innovation in June. This business organisation was created in 1992 in order to help promote technological innovation and thereby increase society's awareness of technology. The foundation's completely private and clearly business origins, the number and importance of the institutions and companies that have joined the initial project and, in particular, the invaluable support of the Spanish Monarchy from the very beginning , make Cotec a special organisation and, in a certain sense, unique among countries like Spain.
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