Urban planning. The site has an area of 46,000 square metres and will help boost the area around the Ciutadella as a leading hub for knowledge in Europe.
Science. The Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology has chosen the Barozzi Veiga studio to construct its building at the former fish market.
City Council. The city’s economic roadmap for the next decade will be presented.
Innovation. Second edition of the subsidy call for innovative projects to help tackle the crisis caused by Covid-19.
Culture and free time. The second edition is on from 8 to 13 June, offering over 250 activities and involving more than 300 speakers.
Culture and free time. Presentation of the document developing the Barcelona Science Plan 2020-2023, devoted to the international projection of the city’s science model.
Smart City. Hack the Hospital is an international hackathon which will bring together teams of professionals and patients from Barcelona and Boston.
Science. Recent months have seen the City Council promote a process of debate, participation and proposals, resulting in 25 measures to adapt the plan to the current context.
The City Council and BIST renew their commitment to turning science into a key element of the city’s development
Science. ayor Ada Colau and Deputy Mayor Joan Subirats met yesterday with the top representatives of the Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology and its seven research centres.
Environment and sustainability. The pilot project will see an area of 50 square metres get solar energy generating paving to produce 7,560 kWh a year, equivalent to the consumption of three homes.