Plastic pollution, in numbers and pictures
Since the mid-20th century, an estimated 8,9 billion tons of plastics have been produced worldwide
Characterizing ecosystems through sound
Acoustic information portrays environments and set natural changes apart from those caused by human action | 7'46"
Dinosaurs probably originated in Southern Brazil
Paleontologists talk about characteristics and origins of dinos | 10'59"
The eclipse which revolutionized physics
This Wednesday, May 29th, celebrates 100 years of the eclipse which was the first experimental proof of the Theory of General Relativity | 2'36"
Fasting induces growth hormone to stimulate hunger
Researchers comment on their discovery that fasting makes growth hormone activate neurones which stimulate hunger
Analyses show how Portinari produced his work
The findings can help confirm authorship of a painting found in what used to be his home and now is the Portinari House Museum
Sirius, the largest and most complex Brazilian laboratory
Last generation source of synchrotron light may improve the quality of Brazilian research
Promising winds ahead
Today, wind power energy is the third source of Brazil’s primary energy supply
The sea’s advance
Brazilian beaches under erosive processes have increased from 40% to 60% since 2003.
For the survival of indigenous languages
Researchers seek to keep Brazilian native idioms from disappearing
New species of colorful fish stuns researchers
Discovery off the São Pedro and São Paulo Archipelago is evidence of a unique and little known fauna
Landowners in the state of Pará may be resorting to fraud to extract more timber than is allowed
Eduardo Góes Neves
Archaeologist from MAE-USP summarizes his studies on how intense human occupation has shaped the Amazon forest
Understanding water shortage
Specialists discuss water resources and how to preserve them