Newsletter No. 26 - Brazilian Science, Technology and Innovation News
Commercial Office of Brazil 巴西商務辦事處 in Taipei
Brazilian Science, Tech and Innovation News
Newsletter No. 26 April 7th, 2022
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為超越仿製藥品巴西多家製藥公司開發新藥並走向全球 Going Beyond Generics, Brazilian Pharma Companies are Developing New Drugs and Going Global
The demand for new medications in Brazil has never been stronger. In this context, in order to expand beyond the production of generics, Brazilian pharmaceutical companies have become increasingly willing to risk on innovation and develop new drugs and treatments from scratch. Investment in research has grown 150% recently and now totals R$ 1 billion (US$ 214 billion). The goal of the industry is to attain greater international relevance, reports Brazil's business magazine "Exame".
巴西科技部公告: 300萬美元支持開發鹽下層天然氣技術Public Notice: US$ 3 Million in support to Develop Natural Gas Technology for the Pre-Salt
The Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation has launched a public call for researchers and companies interested in developing technology that would allow for the monetization of the natural gas available in the "pre-salt" layer of Brazil's offshore oil fields.
Source: Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation - MCTI
巴西資訊科技 (IT) 產業在 2021 年擺脫危機：收入超過電信產業 Brazilian Information Technology (IT) Sector Steered Free of Crisis in 2021: Revenues Surpassed Those of the Telecommunications Sector
The Information Technology (IT) sector of Brazil grew in all segments during 2021 and obtained revenues that surpassed those of the telecommunications sector, which should continue to be strong for the next five years, says a report released on March 23 by the Brazilian Association of Information and Communication Technology and Digital Technologies Companies (Brasscom).
巴西與歐洲核子研究中心簽署協議 Brazil Signs Agreement for Association with European Nuclear Research Center
Brazil is the first country in the Americas and the third non-European country to be an associate member of the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), one of the largest research laboratories in high energy physics and particle physics in the world. With 23 member countries and 10 associates, the organization operates the world's largest particle accelerator, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC).