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Newsletter No. 32 - Brazilian Science, Technology and Innovation News

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Brazilian Science, Tech and Innovation News

        Newsletter No. 32        May 27th, 2022
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Rio de Janeiro to host "Web Summit" in bid to become a major tech hub

The Technology conference "Web Summit" has announced that it will host an event in Rio de Janeiro as the Brazilian city aims to become one of the most relevant tech hubs in Latin America.
The event will take place in May 2023 and is expected to attract more than 10,000 attendees at the conference center RioCentro as well as other parts of the city such as a museum in the central area of Rio.
Fonte: Web Summit



巴西將在 2025 年前大規模生產氫能源

Brazil should produce hydrogen at scale by 2025

Brazil has entered the hydrogen route. By 2025, the country has the potential to produce hydrogen at scale in several states of the national territory. This reality began in February 2021, when the government of Ceará announced a project to implement a green hydrogen hub at the Pecém Industrial and Port Complex (CIPP).
Source: Energy News

即時監測農作物的 Solinftec 公司可將成為巴西第一家農業獨角獸

The company Solinftec, which monitors crops in real time, could become the 1st agro unicorn in the country
The company, based in Araçatuba, in the State of São Paulo, – which collects and processes data from crops and makes recommendations for actions to rural producers – announced the raising of US$ 60 million through debentures, which will be convertible into shares in the third round of investments.
Source: Bloomberg Línea



巴西健康科技新創公司押注可生物降解3D 打印矯形器

Brazilian healthtech Fix It bets on 3D printing of biodegradable orthotics

The Brazilian healthtech start-up, Fix It, makes 30 cast styles and has already printed the cast for more than 4,000 patients. The startup develops biodegradable orthotics through 3D printing, offering a suitable alternative to a long-standing problem. Orthoses, unlike prostheses, are designed to assist in the fracture procedure and in the recovery of post-surgical cases. They are lighter and more airy than traditional plaster.
Source: Startups

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