Scientists at the University of Seville may have found the reason why COVID-19 patients do not notice a life-threatening oxygen deficiency - or notice it much too late.
Spanish scientists have fitted shoes with sensors that can indicate by the way someone walks whether they are suffering from any early-onset degenerative diseases.
Jelmer Visser analyzes weekly for Innovation Origins the movements of the corona pandemic in Europe. Today: why a severe lockdown is not a key to success.
Spain’s record tourism streak has come to an abrupt end. 83.5 million tourists will no longer be coming to the southern European country any time […]
Kiki Bertens has won the prestigious Madrid tennis tournament! Has the coronavirus gotten into this columnist’s head? Didn’t Bertens win last year in La Caja […]
Every country is undergoing the corona crisis in its own way. To the Spanish, it’s war. From the beginning of the corona crisis, the Spanish […]
The industry sector is mainly made up of small and medium-sized factories which are invariably the biggest polluters. This is mainly because most of them […]
At the end of January it was still a message that seemed strange to most Madrileños. In Chinatown, located in the Usera district in Madrid, […]
The vast majority of Spaniards were not really that worried when a German tourist on Gomera in the Canary Islands was diagnosed with the coronavirus […]
The seriousness of the corona virus became really clear in our family on Monday the 9th of March. Less than 24 hours after a massive […]
After a fortnight of lockdown, the moment has arrived that the coronavirus has complete control over me. Not so much physically – I still feel […]
Suddenly everyone in the family wants to take Ricky out for a walk. Our 4-year-old dog has no idea what’s happening to him now that […]
Who better to answer the question of why Spain is lagging so far behind in terms of innovation than the Minister himself? I recently visited […]
A Brazilian and a Dominican ruled in favor of Real Madrid in front of a ( potential) television audience of 600 million viewers across 182 […]
A few weeks ago I received a press release from Land Life Company in my mailbox with the following news: ‘In 2020, the Dutch company […]
With Valentine’s Day approaching, the Aleia Roses company at Avenida de las Rosa 1 near the town of Garray in Spain has in recent weeks […]
I go to almost every home game of Atlético Madrid together with my daughter. We have two regular places just behind the goal on the […]
The days when Spain looked at French, Italian or Asian cuisine with envy have long since passed. According to José Carlos Capel, the southern European […]
With the help of the American video streaming service Netflix, the Spaniard Sergio Pablos has managed to make the hand-drawn animation film a success again […]
Steven van den Heuvel is starting off 2020 full of energy. This should be the year when the company Vesqa will gain a serious foothold […]