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Newsletter No. 15 - Brazilian Science, Technology and Innovation News

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Brazilian Science, Tech and Innovation News

           Newsletter No. 15     January 11th, 2022

University of São Paulo: Researchers develop a method that can make sensor manufacturing cheaper

Researchers at the São Carlos Institute of Chemistry (IQSC) at University of São Paulo (USP) have developed a new method that could make the manufacture of electrodes and sensors up to 66% cheaper. 
Source: University of São Paulo (USP) 


Quantum teleportation communicates the state of a single photon to a device with billions of atoms

Researchers at the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in the Netherlands and the University of Campinas (UNICAMP) in Brazil have shown that information encoded in a quantum bit (qubit) consisting of a single photon can be teleported to the mechanical motion of an optomechanical device comprising billions of atoms. 

Source: University of Campinas (UNICAMP) 


Modified protein from rattlesnake venom permits development of drug to modulate blood clotting


Researchers in Brazil and Belgium have developed a molecule of pharmaceutical interest from collinein-1, a protein found in rattlesnake venom. They used a technique called PEGylation to make the molecule, now called PEG-rCollinein-1, more stable in the organism and resistant to the immune system, obtaining a drug candidate to modulate blood clotting.

Source: The São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) 
Brazil has the potential to lead the world carbon market

Brazil has the potential to lead the emerging market for carbon capture and storage, which is fundamental to achieve the climate change mitigation target of temperatures more than 1.5 °C -2.0 °C below the pre-industrial average.

Source: The São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP) 


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