Study evaluates effectiveness of vegetable precursors for carbon composites manufacturing

This study analyzes the use of vegetable precursors, such as soybean oil and ethanol, for the development of carbon-carbon composite, that has very particular applications in aerospace areas, such as aircraft breaks and rocket nozzles manufacturing. The results are published by the research team from the Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (ITA) in the Journal of Aerospace Technology and Management. Read More →

Research proposes models for site-specific nitrogen fertilization in spring wheat

The evaluation of the normalized difference vegetation index (NDVI) carried out by active optical canopy sensor can be used for the nitrogen fertilization in a varied dose in wheat, allowing the adjustment and variation of the nitrogen rate applied in different parts of the field. Read More →

Social Media and health governance

For the first time, Ciência & Saúde Coletiva brings to its readers articles discussing the relevance of social networks in the mobilization, integration and decision making in health, evidencing the emergence of new and complex patterns of sociability and governance. Read More →

Study evaluates the effect of two different heat inputs in laser beam welding of a high strength aluminum alloy

In this study, the effect of two different heat inputs in laser beam welding of a high strength aluminum alloy AA6013-T4 was evaluated from macrostructural and microstructural points of view. The results, published by the research team from the Brazilian Institute for Advanced Studies in the Journal of Aerospace Technology and Management, indicate that the heat input is not a convenient method to parameterize the laser beam welding parameters aiming the same weld features. Read More →

Can YouTube help with healthy nutrition?

Research conducted by nutritionists of the University of São Paulo point YouTube as a viable and recommended tool for promoting healthy nutrition among teenagers and adults, the results show that users not only access but also watch the videos about health until the end. Read More →

Decolonial research methodologies on scenic arts

What search methodologies for which objects? The central issue of this article is to know, based on the idea that the methodologies we have come from a colonial matrix, how to create decolonial methodologies for non-colonial objects. How performance gets into this equation? Read More →

Dance, performance and gender

Gender is a fundamental category in art research in the contemporary world. In the same way, it is a founding element of decolonial concerns. This research will question the gender category within the performance and its crossings as an element for the deconstruction of a colonial thought. Read More →

Study suggests better way to identify aircraft assembly parts

The work evaluates the reading distance for UHF RFID passive tag, a type of radio frequency identification, for early adopter in the Aerospace industry. The results were published by the research team from the Instituto Tecnológico de Aeronáutica (ITA) in the Journal of Aerospace Technology and Management. Read More →

Conduct Protocol for eating approach of bereaved individuals

For the food approach of bereaved people a conduct protocol was developed guides of food surveys investigation. The observations of the applicability of this protocol consolidated the care emphasized with the alimentary approach of bereaved individuals, based on the time of bereavement, stages relating to the loss, distinction of loss and personality pattern. This protocol provides strong evidences that allows the professional to evaluate influence of bereavement on feeding, and knowledge that guides nutritional interventions more applicable to each case. Read More →

Decolonize the curricula in scene arts

The study challenges the dance and performance curriculum in higher education. Is the curriculum a colonizer? What can a decolonial curriculum do? How to deconstruct the curriculum in arts? These are the issues discussed in the study. Read More →