S&T Policy

S&T Policy

Isolated knowledge

Emerging economies practicing excessive self-citation draw attention to the effects of isolation

S&T Policy

The new lands of the cities

Economists, architects and geographers want to help manage Pará’s cities

Science

Science

Remarkable letter carriers

Synthetic particles reduce toxicity and augment the action of drugs against cancer

Science

Today’s superstars

Neighboring cells help neurons establish connections with one another

Science

Evidence of a catastrophe

Sediments collected in Jureia, on the coast of São Paulo State, tell the story of a radical climate change that occurred 8,200 years ago

Science

In tune with light

Physicists use lasers to synchronize microscopic oscillators that act like the pendulums of clocks

Technology

Technology

Light-infused beer

A light source inserted during fermentation accelerates yeast metabolism and increases production

Research Partnership for Technological Innovation (PITE)

More cellulose per square centimeter

Transgenic eucalyptus has 20% higher productivity than the conventional tree

Research Partnership for Technological Innovation (PITE)

High productivity

The Butantan Institute and Recepta are producing the first lines of monoclonal antibodies for use in cancer treatment

Humanities

Humanities

The subtleties of Latin American good neighborliness

Archives reveal that the U.S. government had a hidden agenda in bringing Brazilian artists to New York

Humanities

Brazil’s Position in the World

Foreign policy under redemocratization pursued greater autonomy, but without giving up its essence