Brazil’s richest state has a long history of applied research.
São Paulo state
The south-eastern Brazilian state of São Paulo has a lively history of applied research and is responsible for much of the country's scientific output.
São Paulo city, the state's capital, is the largest metropolis in South America.
Learn how science supports the city and state of São Paulo.
At the Brazilian Research Institute for Neuroscience and Neurotechnology (BRAINN), researchers combine disciplines to find new ways to address the age-old conditions of epilepsies and strokes.
In a unique experiment, two new centers at the University of Campinas (UNICAMP) bring biomedical and plant scientists together to accelerate research into both human disease and agricultural biotechnology.
A conversation with Carlos Henrique de Brito Cruz, science director at the São Paulo Research Foundation, FAPESP
A conversation with Dr. Isro Gloger, Director of Trust in Science, Global Health R&D at GSK
A conversation with Nelson Wolosker, vice president of research and education at Hospital Israelita Albert Einstein
The multidisciplinary Obesity and Comorbidities Research Center in São Paulo is Blazing a new trail the fight against lifestyle diseases.
Three young investigators have returned to the University of Campinas in São Paulo to tackle their country’s shifting health problems.