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Studies have shown that the circulation of brains can provide benefits to developing countries
University discusses strategies to maintain excellence in its 100th anniversary, 25 years from now
Preparing molecules that simulate others could facilitate the search for truly original pharmaceutical products
Exhibition on the life and contributions of Albert Einstein, the scientist who is one of the major symbols of the 20th century.
Without bacteria, mammals do not produce the necessary inflammatory reaction to deal with injuries
Expression of the same gene in distinct tissues or at different moments has contributed to the biological diversity of the species
Brazilian and British biologists provide details of the composition and functioning of the biological clocks of plants
Rare and dangerous, positive rays of lightning occur five times more frequently in the western part of the State of Rio Grande do Sul than they do in other regions of Brazil
Particles accelerator gets media exposure, but incident stops work until 2009
Exploiting oil and gas beneath the sea's salt layer creates demand for knowledge and technology
Study shows that oxybiodegradable plastics do not decompose in the wild as expected
Sensor monitors corrosion process that historical organs in churches and works of art in museums are submitted to
Equipment developed by Fungibras stimulates the mushroom-growing process.
The controversial "policy from the heart" of Princess Isabel
Scientists discover that the first inhabitants established civilizations that were organized and complex