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Bioeconomy in Brazil can generate US$ 284 billion in revenue per annum

Energy transition based on renewable sources can reduce carbon emission by 550 million tons by 2050

Brazil is at the forefront of the development of cultured meat

Pioneering 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...

Mountaintop grasslands harbor beneficial bacteria that can capture and make phosphorus available to plants

The discovery paves the way for the development of new agricultural biotechnologies that are more sustainable and biodiversity-based.

New bioinput increases sugarcane yield by up to 20%

Inoculant developed with bacteria Embrapa identified increases plants' phosphorus absorption

Science develops practices that reduce greenhouse gas emissions in irrigated rice cultivation

Best practices contribute to the sustainability of the crop in southern Brazil

A wheat harvest to make history

Wheat represents 30% of the world's grain production, and it is the second grain humankind consumes the most. Brazil is the world's 8th largest importer of wheat, but this position...

Brazilian bioinput for pastures wins world award

The Pastomax technology package, launched in 2021 by Embrapa Soybean and BIOTROP, won the 15th edition of the Crop Science Awards 2022, in the category Best New Biostimulant. The...

Special edition of the journal Cadernos de Ciência & Tecnologia encourages debate on science and technology in a changing world

Special series will explore the theme “ST&I in a changing world: which actors, paths and social forces unfold?” Authors should submit papers by March 30, 2023. Authors can...

Research shows that carbon dioxide can reduce the incidence of coffee leaf miner

Pioneering experiment could support management strategies regarding climate change

Embrapa and Helix present a transgenic maize fully developed in Brazil

Embrapa and Helix, a company belonging to Agroceres group, launched a genetically improved variety with BTMAX maize transgenic event, which is highly efficient to fight sugarcane borer and fall...

Unprecedented study with NMR demonstrates potential of chitosan byproducts to treat yeast infections

Study by researchers from Embrapa Instrumentation and the University of São Paulo (USP) showed that a chitosan-deriving amphiphile has large potential in the topical treatment of...

Technology makes tenfold cut in cost of fish feed quality analysis

New method allows faster conclusions and does not generate chemical waste for the environment

Video marks The World's One Health Day

This November 3rd, when the World´s One Health Day is celebrated, Embrapa presents the video "Children, Forests and Poetry", which highlights the importance of the integrated approach between...

21 Embrapa researchers are among the most influential in the world

Presence in list by the University of Stanford grew from 17 in the previous survey to 21

Little-known leguminous plant can increase beef production by 60%

Intercropping marandu grass with desmodium increases animal weight and provides the soil with nitrogen

Embrapa contributes to new version of Ecoinvent

The new version includes enhanced documentation and updated emission factors.

Innovation potencializes use of biochar as fertilizer in agriculture

Process simplifies the obtention of the product and adds environmental gains to the soil

Brazil can surpass India in grain production in 2023

Official data from the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) indicates that, in the previous years, the country remained the fourth largest world producer of...

Embrapa joins Brazilian delegation at plant health conference in London

From September 21st to 23rd, Francisco Laranjeira represents Embrapa at the International Plant Health Conference, in London. He will discuss studies about citrus HLB.

Representatives from 36 countries discuss bioeconomy and Amazon at OECD

Bioeconomy and the Amazon region were at the centre of the debate with representatives from 36 strategic countries that compose the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)....

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Bioeconomy in Brazil can generate US$ 284 billion in revenue per annum

Brazil is at the forefront of the development of cultured meat

New bioinput increases sugarcane yield by up to 20%

Science develops practices that reduce greenhouse gas emissions in irrigated rice cultivation

Research shows that carbon dioxide can reduce the incidence of coffee leaf miner