More than 435 people registered at the Career Fair event at National Institutes of Health in Bethesda to listen about Job Opportunities in Science.

The Association of Spanish scientists in the United States (ECUSA), in collaboration with the FECYT and the Embassy of Spain in Washington DC, organized the first round table to discussion on one of the hottest topics of public health: Vaccines and their myths.

More than 90 people came yesterday the Chair Juan Carlos I of New York University (NYU, New York University) to listen about Opportunities to return to Spain for Science professionals.

Questions about the options after a degree, a master, a PhD or a first postdoc, are recurrent among researchers throughout their career. The Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology (FECYT) has sought to provide information to help answering these questions, by publishing a series of booklets about the opportunities to develop a researcher career in Spain.

This 16th September, the NatureJobs Career Expo London 2016 celebrates its tenth edition, and FECYT participates with the exhibition stand “Science in Spain”. The day before, the Embassy of Spain in London hosts the event “Science in Spain 2016 – Science Jobs Opportunities”, an informative session where different funding opportunities will be presented to scientists interested in doing research in Spain. The event has been sold out with 60 attendees, covering the maximum expected capacity.

La Coordinadora Científica y representante de FECYT en la Embajada de España en Estados Unidos, Ana Elorza, participó como ponente y representante de España en un curso de Diplomacia Científica celebrado en Trieste (Italia) del 111 al 16 de julio.

The exhibition FOTCIENCIA13 opened Last July 12th in the Spanish Embassy in Berlin with the presence of more than one hundred guests. This exhibition shows for the first time outside of Spain the 49 finalists of the contest of scientific photography organized by FECYT and CSIC.

The chapter in North Rhine-Westphalia of the Society of Spanish Scientists in Germany (CERFA-NRW) celebrated last June 20th its third annual symposium “Women in Science”. The event was organized by the young scientists Dr. Tania Romacho, Dr. Raquel Fiz, and M. Sc. Cristina Murcia.