Science Diplomacy


The 5th Malaspina Award Ceremony took place at the Shine Dome of the Australian Academy of Science in Canberra on Friday 18 November 2022 at 5:30pm. The event counted with the participation of: Prof Luis Salvador-Carulla, University of Canberra and SRAP Honorary President (Master of Ceremony) Ms Anna-Maria Arabia, Chief Executive of the Australian […]

5th Malaspina Award Ceremony


(Post sólo disponible en inglés) The Malaspina Award is an honour bestowed by the Spanish Embassy in Canberra and the Association of Spanish Researchers in Australia-Pacific (SRAP). It is awarded to individuals or organisations who have made a significant contribution to the scientific and/or cultural relationships between Spain and Australia. […]

Announcement of the winner of the 5th Malaspina Award: RMIT-Europe


Instituto Cervantes in Sydney, in collaboration with Spanish Researchers in Australia-Pacific (SRAP) and the Conference of Deans of Spanish Universities (CRUE), have organised the second conference between Australian and Spanish universities “Building bridges between the Australian and Spanish universities”. This conference was held at the Instituto Cervantes Sydney premises on the 17th […]

2nd Conference between Australian and Spanish Universities



During this week I have participated, as SRAP President, in several events and meetings in Canberra and Sydney following the official visit of the Spanish Minister of Industry, Trade, and Tourism, Reyes Maroto, to Australia. First of all, I’d like to thank the staff at the Spanish Embassy in Canberra, particularly the […]

SRAP participates in events and work meetings with the Minister ...


The Spanish Embassy in Canberra in collaboration with the Association of Spanish Researchers in Australia-Pacific (SRAP) are pleased to announce that the nominations for the 5th Malaspina Award are now open. The Malaspina Award is an honour bestowed by the Spanish Embassy in Canberra and the Association of Spanish Researchers […]

Nominations open for the 5th Malaspina Award


SRAP is building more bridges in between Spain and Australia! On 15th June 2022 we were pleased to meet Manuel Muñiz (Provost of IE University and Founding Director of its Center for the Governance of Change) at the Residency of the Spanish Ambassador in Canberra to speak about potential collaboration opportunities. Thanks to […]

SRAP meets Manuel Muñiz in Canberra



On Tuesday 17th May the Consuls General of the Member States of the European Union invited SRAP President, Dr. Ángel López-Sánchez, and SRAP vice-president, Dr. Carmen Salvador-Palomeque, to a special diplomatic event celebrating Europe Day 2022, at the beautiful Refectory Dining Hall at Sydney University. The title of this diplomatic event […]

SRAP invited to a Diplomatic event celebrating Europe Day 2022


(Post only available in Spanish) RAICEX ha elaborado su informe ATRAE, una serie de propuestas para fomentar la Atracción de Talento y el Retorno A España. En este informe han participado activamente nuestros socios Assoc. Prof. Sergio León-Saval (Universidad de Sídney) y Prof. Ana Vila-Consejo (Universidad de Sídney). El Informe […]

RAICEX releases the “Informe ATRAE” with SRAP as participant


(Post only available in Spanish) A finales de enero la comisión de RAICEX de Política Científica y Atracción de Talento, que actualmente es liderada por la investigadora Judit Jímenez (ECUSA) y en la que participan los socios de SRAP Prof. Luis Salvador-Carulla y Dr. Ángel López-Sánchez (presidente de SRAP), envió […]

RAICEX consigue el reconocimiento de investigadores en el extranjero en ...



(Post only available in Spanish) Nuestros presidentes honorarios, Prof. Luis Salvador-Carulla (Universidad de Canberra) y Assoc. Prof. Sergio León-Saval (Universidad de Sídney), junto con nuestro presidente actual, Dr. Ángel López-Sánchez (Macquarie University), miembros de la comisión de Política Científica y Atracción de Talento de RAICEX, han participado en la la […]

RAICEX comments to modifications to the Spanish “Ley de la ...


Between December 16th and 17h, a series of meetings between the representatives of the 18 RAICEX associations with scientists, diplomats, politicians and other important actors of the Spanish science and technology system were held in Madrid (Spain). On December 16, the Minister of Science of the Government of Spain, Diana […]

VI Meeting of Spanish Scientific, Technological and Innovation Diplomacy and ...


On 1st December 2021 the Spanish Embassy in Canberra hosted the 25th Science Diplomat Club event. These networking events are periodically organised by some European embassies and seeks to promote the relationships between diplomats and scientists with Australian Government agencies (Department of Health, ARC, Department of Industry). The invitation to the 25th Science […]

SRAP in the 25th Science Diplomat Club in Canberra