Research and innovation for Brazilian agriculture
The Brazilian Agricultural Research Corporation (Embrapa) was established by the country's federal government in 1973 to develop the technological foundation for a genuinely tropical model of agriculture and animal farming. The initiative has been tasked with providing Brazil with food security and a leading position in the international market for food, fiber and energy. Embrapa today is one of the largest agricultural research corporations of the world, with half a century of contributions focused on innovation, efficiency, sustainability and social inclusion.
News report 24/01/2023Energy transition based on renewable sources can reduce carbon emission by 550 million tons by 2050
News report 17/01/2023Pioneering study in Brazil set out to develop food that is similar to chicken fillet.The new product, which resembles sasami, in the form of prototypes of boneless chicken breast fillets, should be ready for nutritional and sensory analyses by the end of 2023.
News report 20/12/2022
Mountaintop grasslands harbor beneficial bacteria that can capture and make phosphorus available to plantsThe discovery paves the way for the development of new agricultural biotechnologies that are more sustainable and biodiversity-based.
The demand for products to replace high-cost raw materials, such oil and fish meal, in the manufacture of feed for use in aquaculture, while also guar...
The lower lignin content in plants species with energy potential results in easier cellulose breakdown, making glucose available for ethanol generatio...
Phosphorus (P) use efficiency is crucial for sorghum production. P acquisition efficiency is the most important component of P use efficiency. The ear...
The effect of different proportions of cactus pear (Opuntia ficus‑indica Mill) silage (CPS) and intermittent water supply (IWS) to crossbreed go...