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Tree lifespan decline in forests could neutralize part of rise in net carbon uptake
Study by Brazilian researchers reported in Nature Communications shows that trees are growing faster in forests worldwide, including the Amazon, but their lives are getting shorter.
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A chance to be bold
Global initiative sets 10-year targets to stabilize biodiversity losses, and 30-year targets for reversing them.
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In addition to their epidemiological analysis, the researchers will collaborate with scientists in other countries on mathematical modeling studies of COVID-19 transmission dynamics.
Biologist shows that birds from New Zealand can make calculations that so far only humans and chimpanzees were known to use.
Teams from several countries head projects seeking to produce imunizing agents in a short time.
A blue pigment from beets. How a team from the Chemistry Institute of the University of São Paulo created a natural dye with industrial potential.
Researchers explains how their experience with the Zika virus, made possible with funding from FAPESP, helped them to cultured the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus.