The event The Science of Sydney’s Spanish Researchers took place on the 4th of October at 6.00pm at the Instituto Cervantes in Sydney.
A group of Spanish researchers presented their research, with plenty of opportunities for questions and discussion.
This event was scheduled initially for the 18 August 2017 during National Science Week. Due to the terrorist attacks in Barcelona and Cambrils, the Government of Spain declared three days of National Mourning. Therefore, all the events scheduled for those days were cancelled as a sign of respect and solidarity with all the victims.
We hope to see you all at the Cervantes Institute (4 October at 6.00 PM).
Oscar on behalf of the SRAP.
When: On 4 October 2017 at 6:00 PM
Where: Cervantes Institute, Level 3, 299 Sussex St | Sydney CBD NSW 2000
The SRAP-IEAP members who participated were:
- Ana Vila-Concejo: Beyond beautiful… Protecting coral reefs to protect our coasts
- Ana Monserrat Martínez: What if antibiotics cannot be used anymore? A new Swiss knife to fight superbugs.
- Ana Zumalacárregui: Searching for Structures in Random Sets of Integers
- Ana Rubio: The secret of oysters
- Eva Fernández: Life of a researcher in Antarctica
MC: Ángel R. López-Sánchez, who also gave a very short presentation about our place in the Universe.
After each talk we had a very interesting panel discussion including questions from the audience.