- Research Grants
This cooperation agreement with The Hebrew University of Jerusalem aims to support the development of joint research projects in all areas of scientific knowledge. Projects will be selected through calls for proposals.
The calls for proposals invite interested researchers to submit projects for the Scientific Cooperation between São Paulo, Brazil and Israel. The proposals must be led by principal investigators in the HUJ and in São Paulo by researchers associated to public or private Higher Education or Research Institutions in the State of São Paulo who are Principal Investigators of ongoing research projects funded by FAPESP within the following schemes: Regular Research Awards, Thematic Projects, Young Investigators, or Research, Innovation and Dissemination Centres (CEPIDs/RIDCs).
As millions of glaucoma patients lose sight, it is evident that there is a need to develop neuroprotective therapies that can be used to prevent retinal ganglion cell (RGC) death. Advances in understanding of the glaucoma make it evident that perfusion abnormalities are a key factor in the pathogenesis of glaucomatous neuropathy. Based on findings in similar diseases, we hypothesize tha...
The present project will seek to study a number of particular cross linguistic phenomena in languages as varied as those found in Brazil and in Israel, with the aim of delineating specific areas where linguistic characteristics reflect human cognition and general semantic considerations rather than being arbitrary. The project will span several phenomena which we hypothesize are relevan...
In the ongoing thematic project related to this proposal, several aspects of the theory of Astrophysical jets including production mechanisms and energetic particle acceleration have been investigated both analytically and numerically. Supersonic jets are ubiquitous in the Universe as they are associated to a wide variety of astrophysical objects - from young stars to gamma-ray-bursts (...
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