Category: Press Releases

Cinnamon essential oil and eugenol as alternatives to control bacteria in processed foods?

Cinnamon essential oil may be a viable alternative to control the formation of biofilms in food processing. Bacterial biofilms were reduced in the treatments using cinnamon essential oil and also their major compound under certain study conditions. Read More →

Why are vaccines important for physicians and medical students?

The study sought to identify medical students’ and physicians’ perceptions with regard to the importance of vaccines and the risks of refusing vaccines. The results showed that although the two groups recognize the importance of vaccines, medical students and physicians do not adequately get themselves vaccinated. Furthermore, they have doubts about vaccine schedules, vaccine safety and vaccine refusal. Read More →

The experience of libraries with metadata can help in the management of companies

Metadata are usual elements for libraries, to catalog your collection and to data processing, so as to structure systems and websites. But it can also be used by enterprises to manage business information. Those are called business metadata, and it’s the subject a paper part of a PhD research in Information Science in Unesp. Read More →

Is there a relation between cell immunity and phenoloxidase activity in bees exposed to stress conditions?

Bees are commonly infected by the deformed wing virus (DWV), which in low titers may be asymptomatic. Researchers discovered a relation between cell immunity and phenoloxidase activity in bees submitted to stress conditions. They demonstrated that this element can serve as an important indicator of bee infections. Read More →

Impaired transport conditions as a cause of respiratory diseases in goats

What is the impact of poor transport conditions on respiratory diseases in goats and other animals? In this study, researchers have shown that there is a clear association between transport stress and the development of bacterial infections in these animals. Read More →

What professors and students think about stimulating creativity in graduate education?

The goals of graduate education are to generate creative researchers and to produce knowledge that offers original contributions because the society relies on innovative ideas to survive and move forward. The study investigated what professors and students think about the extent to which creativity has been stimulated and developed in graduate educati Read More →

Can schizophrenia be prevented?

Schizophrenia is one of the most severe and disabling mental disorders and its effective treatment remains challenging. Patients often present devastating impacts in their quality of life and the disorder diagnosis commonly evokes a corrosive pessimism even among health professionals. The article reviews the history of the debates around this possible prevention. Read More →

Agency and Rationality as Objects of Philosophical Enquiry

MANUSCRITO brings a new selection of essays dedicated to questions about rationality and agency collecting contributions by some of the most important contemporary philosophers in the field. Many of them were first presented at a conference on the same topics held at the Center for Logic and Epistemology (CLE) of the University of Campinas (UNICAMP) in June 2018. Read More →

Enzyme endo-β-mannanase is associated with the poor physiological quality of coffee seeds Coffea arabica L.

Endo-β-mannanase enzyme activity may indicate poor physiological quality of dried Coffea Arabica L. coffee seeds. This was the conclusion of a study conducted by researchers of the Brazilian Agricultural Research Company Embrapa Café, in Brasília, in partnership with researchers from the Federal University of Lavras, in Lavras, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Read More →

Co-word analysis applied to highly cited papers in Library and Information Science (2007-2017)

The conceptual structure in the category Library Science and Information Science of Web of Science, in the period 2007-2017, is identified, using the analytical tool Essential Science Indicators (ESI). Based on highly cited papers, the methodology consisted in the application of co-words analysis and multivariate analysis techniques and visualization through science mapping. Read More →