by Raul Plana, Exponential Sciences teacher
Technology has advanced more in the last thirty years than in the previous two thousand. The exponential increase in advancement will only continue,” said the recipient of the Nobel prize in physics, Niels Bohr. He was definitely right in his statement. Yet, this happens to be something that he said a hundred years ago. Nowadays, we know we are advancing in matters of science and technology at an even more dizzying rate. How is this growth rate even possible?
Exponential Sciences is a subject born from the school’s concerns about this matter. Our deepest hope is to bestow upon our students updated abilities that will allow them to be innovative, to think critically and to break the boundaries of imagination by working with different sciences and technologies (Artificial intelligence, 3D-printing, virtual reality and more) that are exponentially developing in the global world we live in.
Our students are creating their own door into the world of the future.