Monthly Archives: July 2023

Spanish Researchers in Australia-Pacific (SRAP) is an independent and non-for-profit community association of volunteers in Australia, New Zealand, and Pacific that aims to disseminate excellent-quality research and facilitate collaboration opportunities to contribute to the cultural enrichment and knowledge advance of our society. SRAP is committed in boosting the career perspectives […]

Announcement of the SRAP-frA Early-Career Researcher Award 2023

(Post only available in Spanish) Hoy RAICEX ha publicado un Decálogo para fomentar la internacionalización del Sistema Español de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación. ¡Descarga el decálogo en pdf! Desde RAICEX abogamos por un plan de mejora del Sistema Español de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación (SECTI) que lo haga atractivo al talento, […]

RAICEX’s Decalogue to Promote the Internationalization of the Spanish System ...

An international team of researchers from Australia and Spain, led by SRAP-member Associate Professor Teresa Ubide from The University of Queensland, have applied laser-powered technology to interrogate volcanic rocks from the 2021 eruption of La Palma, which affected more than 7000 people and generated losses of more than €860 million (AU$1.4 billion). The […]

Laser technology to monitor volcanic eruptions

The Spanish Embassy in Canberra in collaboration with the Association of Spanish Researchers in Australia-Pacific (SRAP) are pleased to announce that the nominations for the 6th Malaspina Awards are now open. The Malaspina Awards are bestowed by the Spanish Embassy in Canberra and the Association of Spanish Researchers in Australia-Pacific […]

Nominations open for the 6th Malaspina Award