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This Saturday, 17th April 2021, SRAP-IEAP organised a visit to Siding Spring Observatory (near Coonabarabran, NSW). 48 members, friends and family members enjoyed a great day under telescopes and stars. The visit was organised by our member, astrophysicist Ángel R. López-Sánchez (Australian Astronomical Optics, Macquarie University). The event included a tour […]

SRAP-IEAP visits Siding Spring Observatory


Our SRAP-IEAP member, Dr. Sofía Samper Carro (Australian National University) has been interviews in the magazine My Scientific by Juan Luis Onieva Zafra. This interview was in Spanish, below we reproduce it completely.   Hola Sofía, es un placer tenerte en este número especial dedicado al talento científico español distribuido por el mundo. […]

Interview to Sofía Samper Carro in My Scientific


We are happy to announce that the Final Report of the 6th Australia-Spain Research Forum: “Big Data” has been released. The report can be downloaded following these links: 6th Australia-Spain Research Forum: “Big Data” (high resolution PDF file, 40 Mb) 6th Australia-Spain Research Forum: “Big Data” (low resolution PDF file, 2 Mb) All […]

Final Report of the 6th Australia-Spain Research Forum: “Big Data”



Hoy hemos celebrado el “6th Foro de Investigación Australia-España: Big Data” en el Australian Hearing Hub, Universidad de Macquarie (Sídney, NSW). Durante el evento, confeccionamos un hilo de Twitter (en inglés) compilando todas las charlas, los ponentes, la mesa redonda y los premios. We are starting the @srap_ieap 6th 🇦🇺🇪🇸 Research […]

Éxito del “6th Foro de Investigación Australia-España: Big Data”


This workshop reviewed the history of Big Data and gave an overview of the main technologies developed over the course of that history. The workshop was organised and presented by SRAP-IEAP member Dr. Óscar Pérez-Concha (UNSW). The workshop was divided in five parts: The power of data: how data have […]

Workshop: Basic notions & first steps with Big Data


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



How can half of our genetic information be ‘junk’? Only a really small portion (~2-3%) of the genetic information in our genomes encodes what scientists thought to be functional information necessary for the survival of cells. The rest of the genome was thought to be functionless and was called ‘junk […]

Research Bites: The dark matter of the Genome


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




Post only available in Spanish. El domingo 24 de mayo de 2020 los socios de SRAP-IEAP disfrutaron de un encuentro virtual con la investigadora bioquímica Rosario Gómez García, que actualmente trabaja en el desarrollo de nuevos test de detección del SARS-2 en un laboratorio estadounidense dirigido por un profesor de la Universidad […]

Virtual Interview with Rosario Gómez García about SARS-2


SRAP-IEAP member Elisa Martínez-Marroquín is a Professor of Engineering at the University of Canberra. Elisa holds a degree in Telecommunications Engineering, a Master of Engineering, and PhD in Electronics Engineering. In 2013, she joined the Faculty of Education, Science, Technology and Mathematics at the University of Canberra, where she is […]

Celebrating the “Day of Girls in ICT” with Elisa Martínez-Marroquín


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 ...