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The agreement with Vanderbilt University aims at promoting initiatives and collaboration in scientific research and technological development in priority areas of interest to both parties, and at fostering bilateral cooperation.
Brazilian tropical forests provide rich system in which to place biodiversity studies into a global context. Accurate assessment, however, is often hampered by the amount of data available over the necessary spatial and temporal scales, which limits the ability to make predictions to aid in management decisions. Remote sensing, specifically satellite imagery, has the potential to drastica…
Not only is the elucidation of the Orfelia system likely to enable new bioanalytical tools, this bilateral project is also expected to benefit both the research gropps and associated graduate programs of Vanderbilt University and the Federal University of São Carlos, with the exchange of qualified human resources in the field of bioluminescent applications. (AU)