Science Dissemination


On 13th November 2020 SRAP-IEAP organised a special online Research Bites event of Molecular Science: “NANOBODIES: Tiny Antibodies“. Given that speakers were in Europe, Australia and USA, this event happened at midnight Australia time. The main organiser was our member Carmen Salvador Palomeque. The event was fully recorded and it is […]

Research Bites of Molecular Science. NANOBODIES: Tiny Antibodies


We are pleased to announce that the full program of our 6th Australia-Spain Research Forum “Big Data”, that will be held at the Australian Hearing Hub, Macquarie University (Sydney, NSW) on Friday 27th November 2020, has been released. It is available as a PDF file in this link (26.4 Mb), as well […]

Full program and on-line registration for out “SRAP-IEAP Forum 2020: ...


Our member Sergio León-Saval (Sydney University) has been interviewed today, Tuesday 27th October, in the radio show “Punto de enlace” of RNE (Radio Nacional de España), as invited researcher for the section #CientíficosExterior in collaboration with  RAICEX, la “Red de Asociaciones de Investigadores Españoles en el Extranjero“. The complete show with […]

Interview to Sergio León-Saval in RNE



Second SRAP-Sydney Research Bites this year, while still in Covid-19 scenario, was a great success online. As an entrée to the coming 2020 SRAP Forum, SRAP in collaboration with Instituto Cervantes brought together last 20th August two experts in Big Data to tell us about the work they are currently […]

Research bites: Data democratisation


Article written by Marta Ribó and Paula Llull. In mid-July, a team of 4 scientists including Drs Lorna Strachan, Marta Ribó, and BSc Hons student Alysha Jones from the University of Auckland, and Dr Sally Watson of the National Institute of Water and Atmosphere (NIWA) embarked upon a 3-day marine geology voyage to the eastern Marlborough Sounds, located […]

Evolution of Queen Charlotte Sound-Tōtaranui and Tory Channel-Kura Te Au




Our member Sofía Samper Carro, Lecturer in Archaeology, School of Archaeology and Anthropology (College of Arts and Social Sciences – Australian National University, ANU, Canberra), has collaborated in a study recently published in Nature Communications,  titled  “Isotopic evidence for initial coastal colonization and subsequent diversification in the human occupation of Wallacea“. In the […]

Sofía Samper Carro collaborates in Anthropology research published in Nature ...


Today SRAP-IEAP has partnered with EURAXESS Australia & New Zealand to organise a webinar about the Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowships (MSCA-IF). In the webinar, EURAXESS Australia & NZ representative Mr Nishant Shandilya presented in a great level of detail the ins and outs of the program, such as key […]

Webinar about Marie Sklodowska-Curie Actions Individual Fellowships


Measuring our body temperature is essential in these days. Conventional thermometers require contact with the object they are measuring. How can we measure temperature in internal body organs, then? Our member Dr Blanca del Rosal from Swinburne University of Technology is researching methods of measuring brain temperature and has published an […]

Article about brain temperature in “The Conversation” by Blanca del ...



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, ...


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


(Post only available in Spanish) El 11 de diciembre de 2019 se celebraron en Canberra los III Research Bites de la asociación. Inicialmente, estaban programados en el Visitors Centre de Mt Stromlo pero el alto riesgo de incendio en aquella zona nos obligó a realizar un cambio de sede con […]

III Research Bites in Canberra