The São Carlos Institute of Physics (Instituto de Física de São Carlos) is a dynamic interdisciplinary research center located in the heart of the State of São Paulo. With access to excellent research funding, the Institute coordinates several Brazilian research networks in diverse fields, such as optics and photonics, structural biology, ceramic materials, nanobiotechnology, scientific computing and organic electronics.


Recent Publications                                                               See more

Different VanA elements in E. faecalis and in E. faecium suggest at least two origins of Tn1546 among VRE in a Brazilian hospital.

MERLO, Thaís Panhan; DABUL, Andrei Nicoli Gebieluca; CAMARGO, Ilana Lopes Baratella da Cunha.
Microbial Drug Resistance
Influence of halogen atoms and protonation on the photophysicalproperties of sulfonated porphyrins.

DE BONI, Leonardo; MONTEIRO, C. J. P.; MENDONÇA, Cleber Renato; ZÍLIO, Sérgio Carlos; GONÇALVES, P. J.
Chemical Physics Letters
Exploring the system lanthanide/succinate in the formation of porous metal-organic frameworks: experimental and theoretical study.

D'VRIES, Richard F.; CAMPS, Ihosvany; ELLENA, Javier.
Crystal Growth and Design
Precision measurement of the proton flux in primary cosmic rays from rigidity 1 GV to 1.8 TV with the alpha magnetic spectrometer on the international space station.

Physical Review Letters


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