Monthly Archives: June 2018

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Can inadequate introduction of food into an infant’s diet lead to unhealthy consequences?

A study on the frequency of breastfeeding and the introduction of complementary feeding in children aged 0-24 months in the city of Montes Claros (MG) pointed inadequate dietary practices that may directly affect the benefits of breastfeeding and bring harmful consequences for children’s health in the short and long term. Read More →

Study evaluates tolerance of soybean genotypes to Asian rust

Several soybean genotypes tested were tolerant of Asian soybean rust, with relatively high grain productivity level. These were the results of a study carried out by researchers from the Department of Genetics of the University of Agriculture Luiz de Queiroz/USP, Piracicaba campus, São Paulo, Brazil Read More →

What is the ideal number of co-authors in a single article?

BAR – Brazilian Administration Review’s mission is to contribute to a deeper understanding of Business Theory and its managerial implications by means of the international dissemination of theoretical and empirical articles produced by the Brazilian academia as well as by researchers from other countries. Beginning this year, submitted articles should have no more than five authors per article. The editor-in-chief of BAR, Prof. Salomão Farias, makes a few reflections about this topic. Read More →

Space propulsion: study evaluates crucial technologies to the future of interplanetary missions

The study gathered information about technologies developed over the last five decades for launch vehicles. A team of researchers from the brazilian Aeronautical Technological Institute (ITA) and the Atlantica School of Industry and Business, in Portugal, have highlighted the most important space propulsion technologies created in the USA, Russia, Japan, China, India and Europe. The results are published in the Journal of Aerospace Technology and Management (JATM). Read More →

Proven effectiveness of bag baths on the microbial load of the skin of inpatients

The study estimated the effectiveness of bag baths on the microbial load of the skin of inpatients to be 90%, whereas in traditional bed baths it was 20%, due to colonization in 80% of the participants; two by methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA). Read More →