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Digital Banking I: The Continuously Financing Behaviors and Industry 4.0

20 years ago, we were still shopping in the department stores, driving 20 miles away and picking up the goods in monthly or weekly basis. We started to enjoy surfing the internet and choose our favorites from eBay or Amazon since early 21st century, after work in daily basis.

Today w [...]

5 Biographical Movies About Scientists

On May 24th 2015, Nobel prize winner and game theory expert John Forbes Nash passed away at age 86.  His tragic death had an outstanding media impact for 2 reasons: First, because of the dramatic circumstances of his death, and second, thanks to his mainstream notoriety acquired [...]

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Nanoparticles: Great Promise Against Cancer

The advancement of nanotechnology in the past decade has driven the development of numerous medical applications. None of them is as promising as the use of targeted nanoparticles aimed to improve the treatment of cancer, which has serious side effects.

Targeted nanoparticles act as [...]

Trains: The future on Rails

603 kilometers an hour is the latest record of rail technology. It was achieved on April 21, 2015 by the Japanese experimental train “L Zero”, which operates by superconductor magnetic levitation (SCMaglev). This milestone summarizes a growing and global technological trend. In t [...]

What can a Smartwatch do for your Health?

Tech giants have commited themselves to making 2015 the year of wearable technology. During the first few months of this year, they’ve been introducing a wide array of wearable devices, such as smartwatches and smartbands. Most of these innovative devices have one thing in common: [...]



Alan Turing and the dream of artificial intelligence

Alan Turing (1912-1954) is considered one of the most outstanding scientists of the twentieth  century. He was a mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst, philosopher and also a marathon and ultra-distance runner. He made ​​history by laying the theoretical foundations of computer [...]

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José Manuel Sánchez Ron

Senior Professor of Science History at the Department of Theoretical Physics of the Autono [...]

Reinventing the Company in the Digital Age

Work in the 21st Century: Between the Industrial and the ICT Revolution

The Internet and all the network-linked technologies have enabled us to “be” almost everywhere without necessarily being physically there. In the work environment this translates into a new horizon opening up in terms of possible ways of working. But, has face-to-face work really bec [...]

OpenMind Launches “Reinventing the Company” in Madrid

Technology, Culture and Leadership: the Keys of the Digital Transformation

“Few issues are more relevant to our future than the technological change.” With these words the Chairman of BBVA summarized the importance of the technological revolution for the business world. Since th [...]

10 Figures you Need to Know about Female Leadership

Here we are, well into the second decade of the twenty-first century, and the vexed topic of gender in corporate life is commanding more serious attention than ever before. Much of this focuses on why, so many years on from equality legislation, women have still not achieved parity w [...]