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Solar Orbiter: a mission to look at the sun
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  • Washington, D.C.

Solar Orbiter: a mission to look at the sun

ECUSA-DC launches its NASA series 2020 with a talk by astrophysicist Teresa Nieves-Chinchilla about the Solar Orbiter mission.

Jan 9, 2020

Frontiers in HIV: Sailing in the scientific perspective
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  • Boston

Frontiers in HIV: Sailing in the scientific perspective

The symposium gathers a groups of scientists experts in the field who will explore the current situation of the HIV research.

Dec 8, 2019

Ocean explorations from Magellan to today in a changing climate
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  • Chicago

Ocean explorations from Magellan to today in a changing climate

A panel of ocean scientists that participated in modern ocean exploration shares observations, footage, and insights about the little known oceans and implications to human society.

Dec 4, 2019

Brunch with molecular biologist Dr. Myriam Gorospe
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  • Washington, D.C.

Brunch with molecular biologist Dr. Myriam Gorospe

Dr. Myriam Gorospe explains her career and research on gene regulation in models of cellular stress, senescence, and aging.

Nov 23, 2019

The realization of a dream: Spain’s role in Humboldt’s American expedition
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  • Washington, D.C.

The realization of a dream: Spain’s role in Humboldt’s American expedition

Science Historian Dr. Sandra Rebok digs into Alexander von Humboldt’s linkage with Spain.

Nov 14, 2019

Dr. Valentín Fuster: Corporate Wellness – Your Heart Matters
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  • New York

Dr. Valentín Fuster: Corporate Wellness – Your Heart Matters

World-renowned Spanish cardiologist Dr. Valentin Fuster discusses how the introduction of awareness and prevention into corporate culture can reduce the spread of cardiovascular diseases.

May 17, 2018

Cajal's Neuronal Forest: Science and Art
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  • Washington, D.C.

Cajal's Neuronal Forest: Science and Art

Professor Javier DeFelipe presents his book “Cajal’s Neuronal Forest,” an homage to father-of-modern-neuroscience Santiago Ramón y Cajal that shows the beauty of science as seen through the artist’s eye.

Nov 15, 2017

Joint Meeting of Spanish Scientists in the U.S.
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  • Boston

Joint Meeting of Spanish Scientists in the U.S.

Spanish professionals in science and technology in the USA meet to strengthen their network and links with scientific bodies in Spain and the United States.

Jun 2 – Jun 4, 2017

Late Night Science: Science in Spanish
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  • New York

Late Night Science: Science in Spanish

The Columbia University Neuroscience Outreach association launches a series of talks in Spanish on brain science, open to all.

Mar 22, 2017

Ana María Cuervo on the science of ageing
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  • New York

Ana María Cuervo on the science of ageing

Spanish biologist Ana María Cuervo discusses the cutting-edge science of human longevity with Jamie Metzl, Nir Barzilai and David Sinclair.

Nov 14, 2016

From Spain to Boston: a Road to Success 2015
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  • Boston

From Spain to Boston: a Road to Success 2015

A public program featuring introductory remarks overviewing ECUSA-Boston’s achievement during this past year followed by an interactive presentation by Mercedes Balcells.

Nov 2, 2015

2015 Meeting of Spanish Scientists in the United States
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  • Washington, D.C.

2015 Meeting of Spanish Scientists in the United States

Save the date for a meeting dedicated to Science

Sep 17 – Sep 19, 2015

ECUSA's Scientific Lectures: Guillermo Fesser
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  • Washington, D.C.

ECUSA's Scientific Lectures: Guillermo Fesser

The Spanish journalist will present “Translating scientific emotions” in a lecture organized by the Washington D.C. chapter of Spanish Scientists in the USA (ECUSA).

Jun 12, 2015

The Space Industry Dilemma: Promising Future or Intellectual Swindle?
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  • Washington, D.C.

The Space Industry Dilemma: Promising Future or Intellectual Swindle?

A lecture by Spanish Scientist Antonio Elías presented by the Washington DC chapter of Spanish Scientist in the USA (ECUSA).

May 12, 2015

ECUSA’s Scientific Lectures: Studying the Sun on both sides of the Atlantic
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  • Washington, D.C.

ECUSA’s Scientific Lectures: Studying the Sun on both sides of the Atlantic

In a lecture organized by Spanish Scientists in the USA (ECUSA), Valentín Martínez Pillet, Director of the National Solar Observatory, presents Studying the Sun on both sides of the Atlantic.

Apr 21, 2015

Ecusa's Scientific Lectures: Working with fishermen to recover the world’s fisheries
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  • Washington, D.C.

Ecusa's Scientific Lectures: Working with fishermen to recover the world’s fisheries

Fisheries Global Priority Lead Carmen Revenga will speak about how The Nature Conservancy is working around the world with industry and fishing communities to create sustainable fisheries.

Mar 12, 2015