Since 2018, the program has supported more than 80 scientific dissemination projects. It is currently focused on professional media and journalism initiatives.
Coordinated by Natália Viana, the project will develop research on the impact of online platforms on Brazilian democracy.
Founded by Thiago Medaglia, Ambiental Media brings journalistic investigations based on science and data to light.
The biologist and science communicator has become one of the primary references in disseminating reliable information about science on social networks.
The podcast presented by Theo Ruprecht and Thais Manarini and produced by NavReportagens tells stories about crimes against science.
Coordinated by Andrew Fishman and Flávio VM Costa, Intercept Brasil reveals how science is the axis of national politics.
Led by Luana Brasil, the Fiquem Sabendo project monitors the federal lobby in health and food.
Coordinated by Bruna Toledo and Guilherme Ximenes, the channel seeks to help people make better, science-based decisions.
Coordinated by journalist Ana Aranha, the project investigates conflicts of interest between science and the food industry
Directed by Caio Machado, this Vero Institute project aims to investigate the role of health science within public authorities.
Coordinated by journalist Vera Guimarães Martins, the Folha de S. Paulo trainee program will train 15 communicators in scientific journalism.
Sofia Nestrovski and Leda Cartum present the Megafauna Bookstore podcast that mixes science and books.
Directed by Héliton Barros, the Fiocruz Life Museum hosted the 18th edition of the RedPOP Congress
Coordinated by Mariana Filgueiras, this multimedia report presents the importance of Human Sciences in cutting-edge projects in Brazil.
In the 37 Graus podcast, biologist Sarah Azoubel and journalist Bia Guimarães reveal the science behind human stories.
Curated by Paulo Werneck, A Feira do Livro is the new cultural event in São Paulo.
Mariana Tozzi and Soledad Dominguez investigate abortion as a public health issue in a report.