Motivating girls from an early age to know the meaning of "doing science" is key to the development of new research. We must make a major effort in the search for funding for projects with this objective.
We need education that is inclusive, that looks out for the marginalized and socially excluded sectors. In the case of universities much remains to be done, such as linking engineering education with foundations, non-governmental organizations and the private sector.
Educating in crises is an undesirable facet in any academic setting. Faced with this adverse panorama, creativity and motivation are fundamental tools that help us to overcome the obstacles presented by social and economic crises.
We need to make science more interesting for young people, in particular children, with tools that facilitate the understanding of the scientific and technological advances that affect their environment.
There are many educational projects where the use of virtual reality technologies is the basis of new educational dynamics in class. However, there does not seem to be a clear and extensive validation in the area of architecture and design.