Women Working, 1800-1930

Online collection at the Harvard University Library website explores women’s impact on the economic life of the United States between 1800 and the Great Depression.

The unexpected adversary – Malaria’s contribution to World War One

Bernard Brabin, of the Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine, published an article about Malaria’s contribution to World War One.

Knowledge of Brazilian benthic marine fauna

Leila Longo and Gilberto Filho analyze the marine biodiversity in Brazil and the state government initiatives to stimulate research.

New issue of Revista Memórias published

Published in English by the Oswaldo Cruz Institute, the journal features original research throughout the fields of tropical medicine.

Free online course looks at the science behind the Ebola outbreak

This two-week free course seeks to explain why it has occurred on this scale and how it can be controlled.

Internationalization of journals was the central topic of the 4th Annual SciELO Meeting

Using data, charts and graphs, this article analyses the increasing internationalization of Brazilian journals.

Call for papers: Revista Historia Critica, Universidad de los Andes

The Journal Historia Critica seeks for unpublished articles either in Spanish, English or Portuguese for its special issue, “A historical, theoretical and historiographical view of the border”.

Fiocruz researchers found super-bacteria in the waters of Rio de Janeiro

The antibiotic resistant bacteria was discovered in a river that flows into the bay where Olympic sailing events will be held in 2016.

The anatomical drawings of Andreas Versalius

Published nearly 500 years ago, Andreas Vesalius’s medical text books made history with its complex art and detailed description of the structures and functions of the human body.

How science is solving today’s development problems

Ebola, climate change and food security are just some of the challenges that research and science can help us face, and bring knowledge that we can act on.