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Microorganisms on the Rio Grande Rise are a basis for deep-sea life and a possible origin of metals
First large-scale survey of the microbiota present in the seamount’s ferromanganese crusts described bacteria and archaea involved in the nutrient cycle and formation of metals.
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The economics of caregiving
Increase in population life expectancy and new family arrangements produce higher demand for caregivers and complicate government decision-making.
Could these be the precursors of pterosaurs?
Study suggests that extinct small terrestrial vertebrates, the lagerpetids, were the closest relatives of those mysterious winged reptiles
Never before so many vaccines have been developed at the same time against a single disease, nor so rapidly.
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.