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Elsevier offers services to Brazilian research

Publisher Elsevier has submitted a proposal, aimed at increasing the international visibility of Brazilian research, to Marco Antonio Raupp, the country’s minister of science, technology and innovation.

Elsevier’s programme would help to identify “strategic areas” at local universities that could have a global significance.

A statement from the minister’s department says the publisher has collaborated with the government’s Science Without Borders scholarship programme to obtain initial data showing areas in which Brazil seems to lack a competitive edge.

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