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.
Fifteen projects recognised by the scientific research awards for tackling the challenges of the pandemic
City Council. Most of the 65 projects presented were created by women scientists.
Smart City. CO-mida is one of the test projects to win the urban innovation grant call ‘The proactive city’.
Social Services. A budget of 13.5 million will be allocated to social innovation projects over the next three years.
From its headquarters in Sant Pau Art Nouveau Site, Barcelona Health Hub connects start-ups, professionals, institutions, investors and big corporations to accelerate the digital transformation of the health sector.
Participation. Members of the public and the city’s scientific and research communities will be able to put forward amendments and new input through a participatory process.
Smart City. The challenge focuses on meeting the goals of the 2030 Agenda in reducing energy poverty and increasing the generation of solar power.
City Council. The Artech Hub has been set up by nine institutions and promotes the relationship between the spheres of art, science and technology.
Universities. Agreement to grant the use of new spaces at the Can Jaumandreu complex.
A study on people’s level of education in Barcelona wins the World Data Viz Challenge 2020 Barcelona-Kobe
Smart City. The winning project by Marina Rosell Murillo and Raúl Higueras Serrano studies the relationship between people’s level of education, gender and socio-economic situation.