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(Post only available in Spanish) La semana pasada tuvo lugar en España la V reunión de Diplomacia Científica, Tecnológica y de Innovación Española, con el ministro en funciones de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades, Pedro Duque. En este encuentro, la Red de Asociaciones de Investigadores y Científicos Españoles en el Exterior […]

Reuniones en España (RAICEX)


During 2019 five members of SRAP agreed to take part of some of ALCE’s (Agrupacion de Lengua y Cultura Española) classes in order to disseminate science while playing. This has been a successful partnership – we are looking forward to finding more SRAP members to take part of these activities […]

Partnership between ALCE and SRAP in 2019: sharing science and ...


Our member Dr Ana Vila (oceanographer from the University of Sydney) has been recently interviewed to talk about the Great Barrier Reef and climate change. You can find the interview in Spanish here: https://www.sbs.com.au/language/spanish/audio/cambio-climatico-es-la-peor-amenaza-para-la-gran-barrera Ana believes that “if we don’t start taking additional measures at a local, national and worldwide […]

Interview to Ana Vila-Concejo in radio SBS




(Post only available in Spanish) Durante el último año se ha incrementado la colaboración entre SRAP y las Aulas de Lengua y Cultura Españolas (ALCE). Siempre con temas de interés para los alumnos. Desde ALCE nos han transmitido que están muy contentos con las charlas y talleres que se están […]

SRAP continues collaborating with ALCE


Some days ago we hosted the event PINTXOS OF SCIENCE at the Basque Club ‘Gure Txoko’ in Darlinghurst. Professor Massimo Piccardi (Professor of Machine Learning, Computer vision and natural language processing at UTS) & Professor Blanca Gallego (Center for Big Data Research IN Health at UNSW and SRAP member) expounded […]

Successful “Pintxos of Science”



Last week, Luis Salvador-Carulla, head of the Centre for Mental Health Research at the Research School of Population Health in the Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra and SRAP-IEAP member, was invited to the National Press Club to talk about mental health and suicide as priority issues to be tackled […]

Interview to Luis Salvador-Carulla in the National Press Club



Celebrating Australia’s National Science Week 2019, SRAP invites members to join us in an event with Pintxos and discussion about Artificial Intelligence – ethical considerations  ~ Event in English ~ Pintxos included in the price. Drinks not included but available for purchase at reasonable prices! Booking essential via Eventbrite https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/pintxo-of-science-ai-ethical-implications-tickets-66147518007 Limited […]

Introducing “Pintxo of Science”



(Post sólo disponible en inglés) SRAP partnered again with Instituto Cervantes in Sydney and 5 Australian-based researchers through a Research Bites. Research Bites are periodical meetings aiming to facilitate science, transfer knowledge and exchange local experiences being researchers in Australia. The event brought together researchers originally from Portugal, Colombia, Italy, […]

Research Bites 2019


A few days ago, our member Ana Monserrat Martínez (PhD student at UNSW) was interviewed by SBS radio en Español to talk about the Interagency Coordination Group on Antimicrobial Resistance (IACG) report that has been sent to the UN General Secretary. In this report, it is highlighted how critical the […]

Interview to Ana Monserrat Martínez


Our member, Associate Professor María Racionero (ANU), participated in a Q&A event at ANU College of Business and Economics. In this event she answered to a wide variety of tax concerns, ranging from subsidies to childcare services and reintroducing carbon tax. ANU College of Business and Economics has published some […]

Q&A event about taxes with María Racionero at the ANU