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Theme-oriented Programs

The Theme-oriented Programs aim to support research that promotes the advancement of knowledge frontiers, their applications in respectively related areas and their contribution for public policy formulation.

    Research Program on eScience and Data Science

    Bioenergy Research (BIOEN)

    Global Climate Change

    Biodiversity Research (BIOTA)

    Information Technology and the Development of Advanced Internet (TIDIA)

    Integrated System for Hydrometeorology in the State of São Paulo (SIHESP)

    Inter-institutional Cooperation to Support Brain Research (CINAPCE)

    Structural Biology Network on Advanced Topics in Life Sciences (Smolbnet)


    Viral Genetic Diversity Network (VGDN)


    Application-oriented Research Programs (Business and Government)

    Applications-oriented Research Programs (Business and Government) support research with the potential of developing new technologies and practical application in the various areas of knowledge, along with the state government's Science, Technology and Innovation policy.

    Supporting Collaboration in Research between Universities/Institutes and Companies

    University-Industry Cooperative Research (PITE)

    Sectorial Consortia for Research and Innovation (CONSITEC)

    Engineering Research Centers/Applied Research Centers (CPE/CPA)

     Innovative Research in Small Business (PIPE)

    Innovative Research in Small Business (PIPE) Phase 1

    Innovative Research in Small Business (PIPE) Phase 2

    Small Business Research PAPPE-PIPE  Phase 3

    Public Policy 

    Improvement in Public Education 

    Research in Public Policies  

    Research in Public Policies for the National Health Care System (PP-SUS)


     São Paulo Technology Parks Program  

    Research in Science Centers in the State of São Paulo 

     Support of Intellectual Property Rights and Licensing (PAPI/NUPLITEC)


    Research Infrastructure Programs

    These programs aim to provide modernization of research facilities and collections recovery at the higher education and research institutions in the State of São Paulo, through the subprograms defined for this FAPESP line of support. Since 1995, these programs have contributed with positive results for the São Paulo science and technology system.


    Scientific Electronic Library Online (SciELO)

    Technical Training Program

    Support of Research Infrastructure

    Research Infrastructure - General Infrastructure

    Research Infrastructure - Chemical Residues

    Infrastructure for Research Equipment

    Multi-user Equipment (EMU)

    Institutional Research Infrastructure - Technical Reserve

    Support for Research Books Acquisition (FAPLivros)

    Museums, Depositary Centers of Information and Documents and Biological Collections

    State Research Institutes Modernization Program 


    Science Awareness Programs

    FAPESP José Reis Program for the Encouragement of Scientific Journalism (MídiaCiência) aims to encourage the advancement of knowledge as well as to provide investment in research which has economic or social interest and clear application objectives. The program promotes opportunities for building capacity of science dissemination professionals by means of undergraduate and graduate scholarships.

    José Reis Program for the Encouragement of Scientific Journalism

    • Programs
    Research grants
    Scholarships in Brazil
    Scholarships abroad
    FAPESP support in numbers * Updated November 26, 2022
    Total / Available in English
    1,128 / 1126   Ongoing research grants
    11,379 / 4434   Completed research grants
    1,085 / 1085   Ongoing scholarships in Brazil
    18,625 / 5493   Completed scholarships in Brazil
    1 / 0   Ongoing scholarships abroad
    30 / 11   Completed scholarships abroad
    32,248 / 12149   All research grants and scholarships

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