WomenInSTEM


Our member Teresa Ubide (University of Queensland, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences) is shortlisted to the “2020 Queensland Women in STEM prize“. She presents her research with a great 2 minutes video:     The award is given by popular vote that is now open to the public. You can vote for her […]

Teresa Ubide, shortlisted to the “2020 QLD Women in STEM” ...


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 ...



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


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


(Post only available in Spanish, but read the UNSW Media Release about it) Nuestra socia, la ecóloga marina española Adriana Vergés ha sido galardonada hoy por la UNSW en Australia con el premio “UNSW’s Emerging Thought Leader Prize” por su “liderazgo creativo y persuasivo” en la concienciación de la población […]

Marine ecologist Adriana Vergés receives UNSW’s Emerging Thought Leader Prize



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


(Post only available in Spanish) El pasado 10 de abril de 2019 nuestra socia Ana Vila Concejo (Universidad de Sídney) participó en una entrevista de radio en SBS en Español en la que habló sobre el enorme problema del calentamiento global, reflexionando sobre la insistencia de Australia de usar carbón […]

Ana Vila Concejo: “Australia insisting on using coal is stubborn”


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, Assoc Prof Ana Vila-Concejo (Geocoastal Research Group, The University of Sydney), has recently participated in some radio and podcasts interviews about her research, and her super extracurricular activities celebrating Spanish science and supporting women in science. Oh yes, we podcast 2nd February 2018 SBS Radio Australia en español: 60 […]

Ana Vila-Concejo in radio and podcasts