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Augusto Emílio Zaluar wrote the first science fiction book published in...
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Archeologist produced collection based on his scientific expeditions to Brazil
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Halfeld was the first to conduct a survey of the São Francisco River
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Mendelism teaching in agronomy schools of São Paulo began in 1910
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Marie Curie was awarded her second Nobel Prize one hundred years ago
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Jessé Acioly identified the mechanism for inheriting sickle cell anemia
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The IBGE has modernized its social and economic statistics in Brazil
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The Brazilian Academy of Sciences celebrates its centennial anniversary
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Museum in the Amazon propelled the scientific career of botanist
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Goethe's writings were influenced by the works of naturalists
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University has to remove oceanographic vessel from the port
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National Observatory restores photographic plates of the 1919 solar eclipse
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Gregor Mendel’s experiments with pea plants gave birth to genetics
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Publication highlights the importance of scientific illustration
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Watermills reveal manufacturing techniques dating back to the 17th century
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Glass flasks help tell the story of chemistry’s beginnings at USP
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The first large map of São Paulo facilitated the layout of streets
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Botanists retrace Auguste de Saint-Hilaire expedition
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A businessman’s collection forms the nucleus of the Paulista Museum
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Book describes research density in São Paulo before FAPESP
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Imperial family's 1872 expedition to Itatiaia is told in a rare book
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Institute pioneered the use of radiation therapy to treat tumors
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Eurico Santos spent years communicating about Brazilian nature
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Abreu’s invention opened the door to early detection of tuberculosis
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Science publications appeared 350 years ago in France and England
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Mesquita, Salles Oliveira, and Fernando de Azevedo on the front lines of USP
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“Priest-mathematicians” and their detailed maps of Brazil’s scrublands
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Map delineated Brazil's new borders after the Treaty of Tordesillas
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Other droughts in São Paulo were almost always related to population increase
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Photographs of the Amazon were taken by Albert Frisch in 1867

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