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Like every year SRAP-IEAP participated in the International Day of Women and Girls in science celebrated on the 11th of February. This time our member Marina Trigueros, aka Cariboo Design, prepared a series of “Real Wonder Women” Biocomics highlighting several of our awesome female SRAP-IEAP members. This day is an […]

Celebrating the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, ...


During the International Day of Women and Girls in Science celebration the past 11th of February, we got invited to participate in an interview at the Spanish Program of the 2XX Community Radio. We would like to give a very special thanks for this great opportunity to the team of […]

Radio interview during the International Day of Women and Girls ...


The Final Report of our 5th Australia-Spain Research Forum that was held in Canberra, Australia, last 7th November 2019, is already available! It can be downloaded from here: High-resolution PDF file (15.7 Mb) Low-resolution PDF file (3.8 Mb). Thank you very much to those of you who contributed to this successful Forum, and […]

Final Report of the 5th Australia-Spain Research Forum



Last Tuesday, 17th December 2019 SRAP-IEAP organised the first “Research Tapas” in Melbourne. The venue was “La bodega de Andrés“. A total of 40 people attended to the event, that included talks from several SRAP-IEAP researchers: Tomás Gonzalo, Ana Maria Ducasse, María Alba, John Postill, Juan Carlos Molero, Antonio Castillo, Pol Gurri, […]

I Research Tapas in Melbourne


SRAP-Brisbane’s inaugural Research Bites last 11th December 2019 was a great success. Five SRAP-IEAP members gave extremely interesting presentations about the research they are currently undertaking: Raquel Sánchez Díaz spoke about the use of biomaterials towards improved integration of percutaneous devices Natividad Gómez Cerezo explained who she uses mesoporous bioactive […]

Inaugural Research Bites in Brisbane


(Post only available in Spanish, but the information about the events is in English) Después de una tanda bien larga de eventos organizados en 2019 por la Asociación de Investigadores Españoles en Australia-Pacifico (SRAP-IEAP), tenemos el gusto de invitaros a tres eventos de divulgación científica que van a tener lugar […]

Science communication events in December 2019



During the SRAP-IEAP Forum 5thAnniversary in Canberra the past 7th of November, we got the great opportunity to participate in a number of interviews at the Spanish Program of the 2XX Community Radio. We would like to give a very special thanks to the team of the 2xxfm radio, and in […]

Radio interviews at SRAP-IEAP Forum 5th Anniversary


On 12 November 2019, SRAP was invited to participate at the annual meeting of Spanish speakers ambassadors in Australia, organised by the Embassy of Spain in Canberra. 12 ambassadors attended the event as well as the director of the Cervantes Institute in Sydney. Dr Paula Llull attended the event in […]

Meeting with the Spanish speakers ambassadors in Australia


The Association of Spanish Researchers in Australia-Pacific (SRAP) and the Embassy of Spain in Canberra announce that The Malaspina Award 2019 has been bestowed upon Loyola University Andalusia, Spain for enhancing Australia-Spain relations and providing new international research opportunities for Spanish and Australian researchers. Loyola University’s partnerships with five research […]

II Malaspina Award



Ayer jueves 7 de noviembre de 2019 celebramos el 5º Foro de Investigación Australia-España en Canberra. Hemos recopilado todos los tuits publicados desde nuestra cuenta, @srap_ieap, en un hilo de Twitter que se puede encontrar aquí. Gracias a la “Thread Reader App” hemos podido también crear un post compilando todos los tuits: […]

5º Foro de Investigación Australia-España: compilación de tuits


Article written by Graeme Hosking. In an unremarkable corner of a Melbourne suburb, perched on the edge of Monash University’s Clayton campus, sits one of the most remarkable devices built by modern man. Filling a building bigger than most aircraft hangars, the Australian Synchrotron is one of the largest tools in […]

SRAP-IEAP members visit the Australian Synchroton


The Outstanding Achievement in Research Utilisation award this year has gone to our member Dr Marta Yebra from the Australian National University and to the lead end-user Adam Leavesley from ACT Parks and Conservation Service. Marta and Adam were recognised with the award at #AFAC19 for their outstanding collaboration. Congratulations! […]

Outstanding Achievement in Research Utilisation award to Marta Yebra