Science dissemination


On the EuroScience Week, Dr Marina Trigueros, Scientific Illustrator, 3D animator and founder of Cariboo Design was invited to Questacon (Canberra) to showcase her latest educational resource “Diary of a GMO”. This animation follows the journey of a genetically modified organism from its birth in a laboratory until it reaches […]

“Diary of a GMO” featured at Questacon EuroScience Week


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”


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 […]

Pintxo of Science



(Post only available in Spanish) El programa “Punto de Enlace” de Radio Exterior de Radio Nacional de España se puso en contacto para contar con la colaboración de RAICEX, la Red de Asociaciones de Investigadores y Científicos Españoles en el Exterior para buscar voluntarios para una sección de Ciencia que iba a comenzar. Desde SRAP-IEAP, […]

Interview to Raquel García Pacheco in RNE


Our members Dr Jose Barrero and Dr Marina Trigueros from GMOonly recently gave a talk invited by the Canberra Skeptics about the myths surrounding the GMOs. Click here to hear the podcast at The Skeptic Zone (0:28:30). More info about this event here. Also GMOonly  turned 2 years old!!! and […]

GMOonly turns 2!! Talking plain about GMOs at Canberra Skeptics


Our member Dr. Miguel A. Hernández-Prieto (University of Sydney) participated in the theater play “The Poet’s Guide to Science” during the Conference of the Australian Science Communicators that was held at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, last 14th November. Miguel used his expertise about genetically modified food to provide a scientific […]

Theater play: Poetry and Science




(This post is only in Spanish, sorry) El programa “Punto de Enlace” de Radio Exterior de Radio Nacional de España se puso en contacto para contar con la colaboración de RAICEX, la Red de Asociaciones de Investigadores y Científicos Españoles en el Exterior para buscar voluntarios para una sección de […]

Interview to Joaquín Valderrama in RNE


As a part of an Asia-Pacific tour coordinated between our sister associations in Japan and China, Dr Francis Mojica, the pioneer of CRISPR, visited us in Australia. As a former Dr Mojica’s student it has been an absolute pleasure organising and coordinating this events on behalf of @srap_ieap and supported […]

Dr Francis Mojica CRISPR DownUnder Journey





Dear SRAP members, Remember that tomorrow, Friday 3-November-2017, SRAP will host the 3rd Australia-Spain Research Forum: Air [https://airforum2017.srap-ieap.org] in Sydney. Sydney: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/air-forum-2017-sydney-tickets-38719265365?aff=es2 If you miss it, no worries. Monday 6-November-2017, the Air Forum continues in Canberra. Canberra: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/air-forum-2017-canberra-tickets-38719325545?aff=es2 Find more details below. Kind regards, Oscar on behalf of the SRAP Board. Dear SRAP members, It is my pleasure to invite you to the 3rd Australia-Spain Research Forum: Air [https://airforum2017.srap-ieap.org], organised by the Association of Spanish Researchers in the Australia-Pacific (SRAP). The yearly Forums organised by the SRAP are intended as an opportunity for Spanish and Australian researchers to meet, with the aims of involving as many different agents as possible, improving professional and academic connections between them, and promoting the scientific culture and knowledge to the general public. This year the Forum will be divided between Sydney and Canberra on the 3rd and 6th of November respectively. This year the selected topic for the Forum is Air. In the Sydney event we have put together a diverse range of distinguished speakers to talk about the relevance of hearing and communication, climate change and air quality, society, air industry and culture. The Sydney event will also have a very interesting round table about human overpopulation and human’simpact on Earth. In the Canberra event, the topic of the Forum will be focused on Science Diplomacy and the European Research as a single market and its implications for Australia. Please find attached the program of the Forum with more detailed information. Anyone with interest in the topic is more than welcome to attend. For those attending, we’d be most grateful if you could take a few moments to complete our registration form via the links below, for catering purposes. In Sydney, the Forum will take place in the Level 1 Lecture Theatre of the Australian Hearing HubMacquarie Universityon Friday 3rd of November 2017. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/air-forum-2017-sydney-tickets-38719265365?aff=es2 In Canberra, the Forum will take place in the ANU Centre for European Studies, 1 Liversidge Street, ANU on Monday 6thof November 2017. https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/air-forum-2017-canberra-tickets-38719325545?aff=es2 I look forward to seeing you at the Forum. Yours faithfully, Sergio on behalf of the SRAP Board.  

3rd AUSTRALIA-SPAIN RESEARCH FORUM: AIR 3rd of November in Sydney ...