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Power of persuasion: "A time to kill, and a time to heal."
- Monday Sep 29 - 5:13pm

Cracking the coffee genome will help researchers in Campinas, Brazil to brew perfect cup, and beat climate change.
- Monday Sep 29 - 11:36am

UK's Newton Fund will finance Brazil science research collaboration projects. Deadline late October.
- Monday Sep 29 - 10:14am

US Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz to speak at Oct 28th event on US-Brazil Amazon research cooperation.
- Friday Sep 26 - 6:47pm

Profile of the rare hereditary diseases that still haunt the genetic profile of those living in Brazil's backlands.
- Friday Sep 26 - 3:53pm

Drought-prone Brazil's interstate "water wars" signal early climate change effects.
- Friday Sep 26 - 3:47pm

Brazil's X-ray crystallographers step into limelight. Watch the video.
- Friday Sep 26 - 3:45pm

UK’s Newton Fund seeks Brazil projects


Brazilian scientists could benefit from up to £ nine million in research grants from the UK’s new £375 million Newton Fund over the next two years. The first round of funding calls closes 17th October. Applications that address the following areas will be particularly welcomed: -          Health -          Urban transformation -          Food, energy, water, environment -          Biodiversity and ecosystems   …Continue Reading

Drones on the Farm

Eye in the sky: Brazil's farm productivity scrutinized.

Drones for peace are taking off around the world – especially in Brazil, where they’re used by the owners of large farms to map, measure and monitor changes to crops. Already, drones are being tested in patrols over citrus groves, sugar cane plantations and cotton plantations. Analysing the video images captured by drones, and using   …Continue Reading

Brazilian Science in Germany

Strong ties between São Paulo and  Free State of Bavaria.

Leading academics from Brazil will be travelling to Munich, 15th-17th October for a scientific symposium connecting them with counterparts from Germany, to promote collaboration in research topics relevant to both countries. Qualified research academics can find out more about the event by clicking here to register to attend and clicking here to review the   …Continue Reading