Technology

BIOTECHNOLOGY
A variety of genetically modified sugarcane is approved for planting
ENGINEERING
Biosensor diagnoses dengue fever in 20 minutes
TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Balloons help carry the internet to remote parts of the planet
FORESTRY ENGINEERING
Computer vision identify the quality of wood boards and their tree species
ENVIRONMENT
Software helps monitor the health of city trees
SPACE ENGINEERING 
New satellite is expected to improve civil communication system
AEROSPACE SYSTEMS
Ethanol is tested for use in rockets
AGRICULTURE
Aeroponic growing system for potatoes enables increased supply of seeds
IDENTIFICATION SYSTEMS
Biometrics includes voice, facial and blood vessel recognition
LIVESTOCK
Knowledge of bovine genetics can help farmers select cattle
AGRICULTURE
Wasps produced in the lab combat insects that spread diseases to orange groves
NAVAL ENGINEERING 
Prototype of a solar-powered vessel carries out measurements
ELECTRONICS ENGINEERING
Brazilian researchers develop and test a device to be installed at CERN
NANOTECHNOLOGY
Brasil is investing in a new material – nanocellulose
BIOENGINEERING
Designed to prevent accidents, special seat warns drivers when they are tired
VIRTUAL REALITY
Lasers and 3-D imaging are used to digitally reconstruct historical heritage
MEDICINE
Scientists develop methodology for diagnosis of psychiatric disorders
SAFETY ENGINEERING
A laboratory set up at USP will collaborate on electrical accident research
METALLURGICAL ENGINEERING
Technological innovations enhance performance of steel used in motors
NEW MATERIALS
Studies advance proposals to address the potential impact of nanoproducts
MEDICINE
A helmet cools the heads of babies whose brains lack oxygenation
INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH
IACIT builds radar capable of detecting vessels at sea
BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
New designs promise to make life easier for those who depend on wheelchairs
OPHTHALMOLOGY
Handheld devices that perform eye exams may facilitate remote diagnosis
CORPORATE RESEARCH
Libbs Farmacêutica inaugurates plant for state-of-the-art medicines
PISCICULTURE
Studies on tilapia have resulted in a new variety, a vaccine and probiotics
CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
Natural polymers can make agricultural crops viable in arid regions
INTERCONNECTIVITY
System enables vehicles to exchange information about urban traffic
TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Brazilian researchers are developing the 5G system for mobile devices
ENTOMOLOGY
Trap catches insects and identifies the species by their wingbeat frequency

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