Clean Water and Sanitation
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Brazilian researchers develop method of purifying water contaminated by glyphosate
The technique uses functionalized cellulose fibers from sugarcane bagasse to remove residues of the herbicide from an aqueous medium.
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How many former prisoners reoffend after release?
Researchers calculate and attempt to reduce the country's criminal recidivism rate.
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FAPESP issues call for investment funds to boost support for innovation
The call is one of several initiatives designed by FAPESP to help science and technology startups supported by its entrepreneurship and innovation program attract investors and survive “death valley”.
Punk scene in Brazil
Documents reveal the social and political context in which the movement developed in the country.
Named Coraline, reefs found in two expeditions off the Brazilian southeast coast ranges up to 50 m high from the base and house a large fish diversity.
Researcher draws relationships between the African diaspora, from the time of slavery, and the tradition of samba in the Recôncavo Baiano, in Brazil.
An NGO that combines research activities and ecotourism to study more than 180 animals that live in a reserve in the Pantanal captures unique images of jaguar cubs.
Through preventive practices, the first healthcare center based on medicinal concepts from indigenous Tukano people has already served more than 10,000 people in Manaus.