Increased science funding drives physics in Brazil
According to a report published by IOP, scientific research in Brazil is on the rise .... in a big way. Where many areas of the world are seeing contraction, Brazil's scientific community seems poised to take a bigger role in the future. See the snippet below and a link to the full article. A rapid rise in science funding is transforming Brazil’s research landscape, according to a new report published on behalf of the Brazilian Physical Society by IOP Publishing. Brazil invested $25bn in scientific research in 2010 – up four-fold on its spend in 2000 – which has propelled the country to number 13 in the global rankings for published articles in scholarly science journals. The report offers an in-depth analysis of the opportunities and challenges facing the Brazilian science community. The exclusive coverage emerged from extensive research and face-to-face interviews with physicists at some of Brazil’s leading scientific institutions. Key themes explored in the report include the rise of experimental physics, increased investment in large-scale research facilities, and the challenges
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for science education in Brazil. Particular focus is also given to some core strengths for Brazilian physics, such as quantum information, theoretical physics, and technology solutions for agribusiness. A digital edition of the report can be accessed at http://mag.digitalpc.co.uk/fvx/iop/scienceimpact/brazil2013/ This report on physics in Brazil forms part of the science impact series, a new and unique programme of partner publications from IOP Publishing.