Study suggests that people with low levels of PDIA1 in blood plasma may be at high risk of thrombosis; this group also investigated PDIA1’s specific interactions in cancer.
Brazilian researchers develop a program for high-performance computers to map specific portions of plant DNA faster and less expensively for use in breeding more productive and stress-resistant varieties.
Graduate students and researchers from any country have until June 23 to apply for this event, which is supported by FAPESP and will take place at the University of São Paulo’s Ribeirão Preto Medical School in Brazil.
Scientists affiliated with the Food Research Center in Brazil are working to improve industrial feasibility of disruptive technologies such as the packaging that warns costumers when food starts spoiling.
Implantable devices now being tested were developed in Australia and could improve the quality of patients’ lives. These novel devices were presented to the congress of BRAINN.
A study by the FAPESP-funded Research, Innovation and Dissemination Center shows that toxins produced by young female stingrays cause more pain, whereas toxins produced by adult stingrays cause tissue necrosis.