From the very beginning, on April 26, 1973, Embrapa has generated and recommended more than nine thousand technologies for Brazilian agriculture, reduced production costs and helped Brazil to increase the offer of food while, at the same time, conserving natural resources and the environment and diminishing external dependence on technologies, basic products and genetic materials.
Embrapa maintains projects in International Cooperation in order to perfect knowledge of technical and scientific activities or to share knowledge and technology with other countries.
New tool for identifying wild and farmed salmon Worldwide
Thanks to new analysis techniques, researchers can distinguish between farmed salmon and wild Atlantic salmon on a large scale. Does this make cheating salmon a thing of the past?
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