Spanish Scientists in USA, ECUSA

Spanish Scientists in USA, ECUSA, is the first non-profit organization for science and technology professionals with affinity for Spain in the USA. Created in 2014 and comprised only of volunteers. The mission of ECUSA is to promote the role of science, technology and its professionals in our society

It currently has about 900 members in more than 30 states, including physicists, biologists, doctors, scientific journalists, teachers, engineers, computer scientists, psychologists, etc. It has five regional delegations in Boston, New York, Washington DC, California and the Midwest.

Among its objectives is to establish a network of scientists in the USA to facilitate the integration of newcomers, the exchange of experiences and ideas and the interaction between disciplines and professional areas; Increase the social perception of science and technology, research and development; and develop a platform that serves as a contact point for American and Spanish institutions

MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, MIT

The mission of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology is to promote knowledge and educate students in science, technology, and other areas of scholarship that will best serve the nation and the world in the 21st century. It also urges us to contribute knowledge to face the great challenges of the world

Spain@MIT is the association of Spanish students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). Created in 2010, it is directed mainly by students. Spain@MIT has more than 100 active members: students, researchers, Spanish teachers, and friends with interest in Spain.

SPANISH FOUNDATION FOR SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (FECYT)

The mission of the Spanish Foundation for Science and Technology is to bring science, technology and innovation closer to society by encouraging its participation and providing support and advice to the Spanish Science, Technology and Innovation System (SECTI) and the rest of the public authorities.

EMBASSY OF SPAIN IN THE USA

The Spanish Embassy in Washington, D.C. represents the Spanish Government in the United States and is a link between both countries to promote bilateral relations. The increase in institutional contacts promotes understanding and mutual cooperation between the two nations.