Prêmio em Fortificação de Alimentos – ILSI Brasil

Na última terça-feira, dia 05/06, a SelenoLife foi premiada pelo International Life Sciences Institute – ILSI Brasil com o trabalho “Avaliação da translocação e especiação de Selênio em brotos de milho submetidos a seleno-fertilização”.
O trabalho foi apresentado pelo Dr. Alexandre Minami Fioroto, Coordenador de Química Analítica da SelenoLife.

A pesquisa para a realização deste trabalho contou com o apoio da FAPESP e dos Pesquisadores do Instituto de Química da USP, Pedro Vitoriano Oliveira (GAPE – Grupo de Análise e Pesquisa em Espectrometria) e Alcindo Dos Santos (Labssete – Laboratorio de Enxofre, Selênio e Telúrio).

#SelenoLife #SelOne #LabSSeTe #GAPE #Selenio #Biofortificacao#Agronegocio #Pesquisa #Inovacao #FAPESP

New business in Taiwan? #Go2019

13/12/2018 – Coordenador de P&D, Marcos Felipe Pinatto Botelho da #SelenoLife, e seu consultor científico em Síntese Orgânica, Prof. Dr. Alcindo Dos Santos da Universidade de São Paulo, estiveram, à convite da TAITRA (Taiwan Trade Center do Brasil), discutindo sua participação em feiras e oportunidades de negócios em Taiwan, no ano de 2019.
#Taitra #Taiwan #Asia #negociointernacional

12/13/2018 – R&D Coordinator Coodenator, Marcos Felipe Pinatto BotelhoPinatto of #SelenoLife and its scientific advisor, Prof. Dr. Alcindo Dos Santos (University of Sao Paulo), were invited by TAITRA (Taiwan Trade Center Brazil) to discuss their participation in trade fairs and business opportunities in Taiwan in 2019.
#internationalbusiness

SelenoLife participa da 17º Edição da BMOS

Welcome to our homepage for the 17th BMOS – Brazilian Meeting on Organic Synthesis. We wish to invite you to take part in this exciting meeting which will bring together the very best in Brazilian Organic Synthesis and colleagues from all over the world.

The BMOS has grown from a modest beginning and now is one of the most notable events in the Brazilian Chemical Society. The attendance has grown steadily and our last meeting held in the city of Búzios (Rio de Janeiro state) had an attendance of approximately five hundred participants, including an expressive number of chemists from other South American countries, such as Argentina, Chile and Uruguay, and Europe as well.

The 17th BMOS will be held in Salvador, the capital city of Bahia, a state known for its natural wonders, welcoming people, and deeply-rooted African cultural influences. The rhythm of Capoeira – a Brazilian dance-like martial art –, the aromas and flavors of local delicacies, the religious syncretism and cultural melting pot are only a few samples of the joie-de-vivre of a people surrounded by natural beauty and who really understand the meaning of the word “alive”. The city is also home to one of the liveliest and most popular Carnival festivities in the country. Brasil’s first capital city also has an important historical center, recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site: the Pelourinho, featuring Brazilian Baroque churches and age-old mansions. In addition to these natural beauties and cultural charms, a thriving industry and a petrochemical hub are based in this state, making Bahia an excellent location for the 17th BMOS.

The conference will take place in an excellent location which will permit substantial and informal interaction between the invited speakers and the members of the audience. As usual, the poster sessions will be another highlight, and will allow extensive contact with students and professors. We know you will really enjoy yourself both scientifically and socially, so come and join us at the next BMOS.

Mauricio M. Victor and Silvio D. Cunha

General secretaries