On December 1, 2011, around a large table came together about twenty colleagues in the Engineering Maintenance and other fans of popular science and history of science.
A good forum, which was able to (for once) abstract from the routine contingent and set out on “The future is in us” to rethink about development and technology on the basis of ethical and energy saving.
From this first step We can imagine to star working together by “groups” in which the various technical and scientific humanistic components can act together to rally the energies in a real or virtual “product”, but environmentally sustainable.
We really wish a good job to this brilliant group of research volunteers!
The future is in us