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Implementation science contributes to adoption of new practices in public health, specialists say
Speakers of an online seminar organized by FAPESP detailed methods used to identify and remove barriers that delay or interrupt effective interventions.
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New quality metrics
Universities and funding agencies search for more comprehensive metrics to assess researchers.
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Startup supported by FAPESP pitches bus fleet decarbonizing tool at COP26
Scipopulis was one of five Brazilian startups selected to join a program designed to help fast-growth tech firms implement solutions that mitigate the adverse effects of climate change.
A speck of dirt to solve a crime?
Soil sample analysis can aid investigations and help solve crimes.
Culture of damaged fragments onto 3D-printed cribs is a promising technology for restoring threatened reefs.
An international study indicated that, to survive, harpy eagles need at least 50% of preserved forest in their range, where they nest and forage. Due to deforestation, the bird is disappearing from parts of the Amazon.
In the world’s first catalog of microbial ecosystem in urban areas, 31 species of bacteria appeared in 97% of the samples.
Above the Earth's atmosphere, space is a hostile place, dominated by particles and radiation which can cause substantial damage to living beings and machinery - airplanes, telescopes, even the ISS.