A Spaniard to travel to space with NASA 12 dec Eduardo Lurueña has been chosen from among a million candidates to form part of a group of 23 people who will travel to space after a tough selection process in the United States.
One thousand years ago, back in the 11th century, the first Kingdom was established around Granada. The lands of Al-Andalus were divided into different kingdoms or 'taifas', which led to the development of a marvellous cultural and architectural heritage which is now being celebrated in 2013. This anniversary has given the area an economic boost because, among other aspects, it has encouraged cultural tourism and reinforced its own cultural...
The Financial Times highlighted that Spain’s car sector is creating hundreds of jobs and that the country’s plants are better equipped to cope with changing production levels. A spokesperson for the Spanish Association of Car and Truck Manufacturers (ANFAC) said that “Spain is more competitive thanks to its moderate salaries and the labour flexibility that previously did not exist”. Investments to the tune of €5...
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A surgery broadcasted live
The surgeon, Pedro Guillén, used Google Glass to beam footage of a knee operation all over the world, with viewers seeing exactly what he was seeing himself. This milestone was achieved thanks to technology developed by various Spanish companies.
Spain has signed and ratified almost all of the treaties of the United Nations Human Rights and continues to meets its obligations.
Upgrading Spain’s airports and increasing their future scope lie among the country’s top priorities in this field during the last few years, which has increased its ability to cope with growing international demand.
Spain’s Royal Academy of Gastronomy (RAG) is a public law body with the primary aim of promoting, enhancing and disseminating Spanish cuisine in its broadest sense