I really like the words of Tina Seelig, director of the Technology Ventures Program at Stanford University: “Your knowledge is the toolbox for imagination”. And this is so truethat each […]See more
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In 1971 our first big dream came true: to interconnect regional electric systems in Colombia with the commissioning of the transmission Central Network. The project …
Nubia Rocío, Jeimmer Alejandro and Harley David are a Colombian family of farmers that became one of the most powerful digital phenomena of recent times, …
In our continent lives a species that protects biodiversity, water and the forest. From Mexico to Argentina, across 18 countries and 7 million km2, is the jaguar, this large feline also known as otorongo, butterfly tiger or painted onça.
How was life before electricity? Where does it come from, and how does it reach our home? Learn about the history of one of the most important discoveries of the human civilization, an invention that revolutionized the way we live and see the world.
You may know the jaguar for its large size and impressive appearance, but this feline is much more than that. These are 4 facts about the jaguar that you may not have known.
Is ethics a smart choice? Not only that. It is the only one possible.
How does education transform people? “Improving the quality of education is not only an academic process, but a process that transforms one’s being.”
The jaguar, the largest cat in the American continent, is found from Mexico to the north of Argentina in 18 countries and 7 million km2. But it’s disappearing.
Hoy en el #DíaMundialDeLaProtecciónDeLaNaturaleza estamos seguros de que donde hay conexión hay vida.💚🌱 Desde #ConexiónJaguar y junto a nuestros aliados @southpoleglobal y @PantheraCats acompañamos 7 proyectos forestales en América Latina para proteger el Corredor Jaguar.🐆 https://t.co/TAwqG9kPRb