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Megaproject with 20 institutions will map Brazilian soils

Lack of data causes around US$5-bi losses a year due to erosion alone. Nine universities and eleven specializes institutions join the enterprise.

British center and Embrapa join efforts to leverage sustainable research

Labex Europe supports the scientific cooperation, which should bring contributions to tropical and temperate crops Scientists from the renowned, over 170 year-old  ...

Scientists extract nanometric fiber from cellulose for new materials

Biodegradable and from renewable sources, nanofibers can generate new materials or grant new properties to existing ones.

Cattle breeding allows for production of less allergenic milk

Study aims to recommend matings that generate A2 milk producing animals and thus increase farmers' income.

Scientists use NASA technique to detect mercury in leachate

Featured in international journal, research used technology that equiped the Rover Curiosity to analyse the soil on Mars

Agro+ Integrity is launched by Presidential Palace

On Tuesday (12/12), the president of Embrapa, Maurício Lopes, and the corporation's directors of Research and Development, Celso Moretti, and of Administration and Finance, Lúcia...

Megaproject with 20 institutions will map Brazilian soils

Lack of data causes around US$5-bi losses a year due to erosion alone. Nine universities and eleven specializes institutions join the enterprise.

British center and Embrapa join efforts to leverage sustainable research

Labex Europe supports the scientific cooperation, which should bring contributions to tropical and temperate crops Scientists from the renowned, over 170 year-old  ...

Study to fight HIV gives Embrapa international award

A research that can help fight HIV,conducted by Embrapa Genetic Resources and Biotechnology in partnership with the United States National Institute of Health (NIH), the University of London, and...

Scientists extract nanometric fiber from cellulose for new materials

Biodegradable and from renewable sources, nanofibers can generate new materials or grant new properties to existing ones.

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Embrapa is a Brazilian public agricultural research corporation. It works to have solutions for sustainable development grow from the fields. And, for that purpose, it makes science to transform life. A science that creates, surprises, preserves, and multiplies life.