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Researchers innovate in gluten-free bread formulations, creating more palatable and nutritious product
Study at UNIFESP developed a recipe combining chickpea flour and psyllium, a plant-derived soluble fiber. The product is nourishing and rated highly by consumers in qualitative surveys.
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The federal government has signed 57 acts dismantling environmental protection structures in Brazil, most after the pandemic began.
These birds show how species arise
Ornithologist Luís Fábio Silveira, curator of the bird collections at the Zoology Museum of the University of São Paulo, explains how studies with capuchino seedeaters help understanding their diversification by means of evolution.
Culture of damaged fragments onto 3D-printed cribs is a promising technology for restoring threatened reefs.
Superimposing sheets of the material – composed of a single layer of carbon atoms in a beehive-like pattern – reveals new properties and gives rise to a new field of research: twistronics.
Unmanned aerial vehicles are used to monitor tropical forests in a speedy, efficient and detail-rich manner.
Study suggests that extinct small terrestrial vertebrates, the lagerpetids, were the closest relatives of those mysterious winged reptiles.