Profile: Paulo Saldiva | 20.10.2016


Pathologist Paulo Saldiva began studying the harmful effects of urban pollution on health 30 years ago. In this profile, he comments on São Paulo city’s effects on its residents’ life quality.

3D cell cultures help further understanding on organs and tissues
A survey shows the impact of scientific production in São Paulo State
Neural pathways from the amygdala control predators' aggressive behavior
The attempt to identify missing persons from remains from a clandestine grave
Technique offers a reward every time a drug addict displays desirable behavior
Anthropologist speaks on Amazonia and the impacts of Belo Monte hydroelectric
Researchers study how Xylella fastidiosa bacteria assemble into biofilms
A team of researchers work on an archaeological site at Lapa do Santo
Geogenomics is aimed at explaining biological diversity in tropical rainforests
Acoustic levitation device could be used to handle delicate substances
Researchers develop model of luminous atmospheric phenomenon
Digital archive reveals brazilian dictatorship memory
Cities and farm areas harbor fauna and flora
Coastal region harbors medicinally interesting molecules
Conferences discuss the importance of the Amazon