Sydney


A few days ago, our member Ana Monserrat Martínez (PhD student at UNSW) was interviewed by SBS radio en Español to talk about the Interagency Coordination Group on Antimicrobial Resistance (IACG) report that has been sent to the UN General Secretary. In this report, it is highlighted how critical the […]

Interview to Ana Monserrat Martínez


Research Bites are periodical meetings organised by the Spanish Researchers Asia-Pacific Association (SRAP-IEAP). Aiming to facilitate the exchange of local experiences and to transfer knowledge among other researchers based in Australia. These informal gatherings have been previously organised in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Hobart to promote networking in the Spanish […]

Announcing “Research Bites 2019”




Article by our member Paco Sánchez-Bayo Last year I presented a small talk at the Pint of Science that SRAP used to sponsor and which our member Angel López Sánchez organised. I chose the topic “Worldwide declines of the 4Bs and their causes”, as I have been following – and […]

From a talk in a pub to the world stage


What a success! This time, our invited guest Joaquin Valderrama Ramos shared us many interesting mathematical secrets hidden in the walls of the most representative buildings in Sydney. Joaquin is a passionate of math. He was a math teacher in a high school in Granada. He is now retired, and he enjoys his […]

Mathematical promenade in Sydney. A summary





Our member Dr. Miguel A. Hernández-Prieto (University of Sydney) participated in the theater play “The Poet’s Guide to Science” during the Conference of the Australian Science Communicators that was held at the Powerhouse Museum, Sydney, last 14th November. Miguel used his expertise about genetically modified food to provide a scientific […]

Theater play: Poetry and Science




Last October, 24th and 25th, we had the privilege of hosting the visit of the Spanish researcher and architect Borja Frutos Vázquez, who gave talks at teh Instituto Cervantes and at the Australian Graduate School of Urbanism in UNSW (Sydney, NSW). Borja Frutos Vázquez currently works at the Instituto de Ciencias […]

Visit of architect Borja Frutos Vázquez



Event in English Registration required at Eventbrite. Research Bites are periodical meetings organised by the Spanish Researchers Asia-Pacific Association (SRAP) that aim to facilitate the exchange of local experiences and transfer knowledge among Spanish-speaking researchers based in Australia. This event is not only addressed to researchers but also to people interested in all fields of science. These informal gatherings have been previously organised in Sydney, Melbourne, Canberra and Hobart to promote social networking in the Spanish and Ibero-American scientific community. This session will include short presentations by Ibero-American and Spanish researchers followed by a Q&A and drinks and snacks.

Lecturers

Ibero-American Researchers in Australia - Local experience Presentation about the professional experiences of five Ibero-American researchers working in Australia Nekane Reto Murua (Spain). University of South Australia. "Nanotechnology to detect virus and bacteria". Mariana Mayer Pinto (Brazil). Senior Research Fellow at the University of New South Wales. "Biodiversity and functioning of the marine environment: impacts and solutions". Paola Escudero (Peru). Associate Professor at The MARCS Institute for Brain, Behaviour and Development. "Fine-tuned listening skills are the key to language learning". Jaime Góngora (Colombia). Associate Professor in Conservation Biology and Animal Genetics at the University of Sydney. "What genomes can tell us about crocodilians and platypuses" Ana Heitor (Portugal). Senior Lecturer in Geotechnical Engineering. University of Wollongong. "Compacted material behavior – towards a smoother ride".  

Research Bites: Ibero-American Researchers in Australia