Fear of technology is contagious, linked to the rapid evolution of breakthroughs and their impact. So what exactly is technophobia in our AI age... and can it be cured?
Boa Mistura is an urban artists collective born in the streets of Madrid in 2001.
Zoos are often associated with animal cruelty, or at the very least a general animal unhappiness.
Abundant, insidious… Everyday, everywhere we go messages inviting us to acquire and feed our subjective autonomy.
Whenever journalists talk about gender-based violence, we run the risk of drowning in a sea of figures.
In Spain, 7 out of 10 minors declared they suffer some type of harassment and cyberbullying every day.
One of the collateral damages of the climate emergency that we may not think about is how flavors will be altered.
Meteorologists have become true modern rock stars.
Elderly people still rarely appear in advertising and when they do, they are usually represented in a stereotypical way.
The European Union has just banned glitter, among many other microplastics.
Sweden is suddenly putting the brakes on the progressive digitalization of education.
The largest sources of lithium in the world are found in brine deposits in Argentina, Bolivia and Chile.
The kitchen is not a rare setting for series and movies.
The Song of the Summer is a phenomenon we leave behind as a consequence of the evolving times.
Typography is a familiar sight on the streets, but it has also succumbed to fashions and the passage of time.
With the arrival of the heat, it can seem that air pollution has increased. But is this just our perception or reality?
Pollution and climate change have prompted some cities to convert into more sustainable and liveable spaces.
Each perfume trend and each decade has its dominant notes, which translate into varying worldviews.
A study shows that a rising tide of consumers are prioritizing their wallets over organic products.
The Smart Green Bees project aims to tackle the bee crisis by repopulating Spain with a symbolic 47 million native bees.
The future of universities lies in the conversations we have about human interaction, technology and ethics.
The idea that human beings can adapt to any event or situation persists in popular thought.
In contrast to the «sexile» of the past, LGBTQ+ people are living increasingly rural areas.
Experts predict we will see a drastic reduction in cocoa production as a result of an increasingly extreme climate.
Spain's groundbreaking «only yes means yes» law on consent was supposed to crack down on sexual abusers.
The soldiers stationed on the Bakhmut front do not talk about military victories or war strategies.
Surrogacy has shaken up traditional ideas and beliefs about sexuality, reproduction and filiation.
Even with months to go before the next COP, debate rages over who will chair it.