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Biopesticide is harmless to mammals but can wipe out colonies of wasps that benefit plants
Albeit less lethal than synthetic insecticides, this fungus-based substance is not detected by social insects and can spread spores to entire nests, a threat to species key to pest control and pollination.
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Brazilian researchers develop sodium-based battery
New energy storage system could offer an alternative to traditional modules that use lithium.
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New RIDC will work to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increase carbon sequestration in agriculture
The Center for Carbon Research in Tropical Agriculture (CCARBON) is a Research, Innovation and Dissemination Center aiming to combat climate crisis by increasing food, fiber and energy productivity.
What is El Niño?
Animation explains why warming of surface waters in the Pacific Ocean can cause increasingly frequent extreme events.
Documents reveal the social and political context in which a Punk scene developed in Brazil.
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.