In order to contribute to containment, waste processing that are being found and reduce damage to the environment, the Coordination of Improvement of Higher Education Personnel (Capes), launches, this Friday (22), an notice that will allocate R$ 1.36 million for the selection of projects that will do research on the oil found on Brazilian beaches.
The notice is now available on the link and study proposals must be forwarded from November 25 – until 5pm PDT – until December 4, through Capes’ online platform. The final result will be released from December 18.
The priority research areas are: evaluation of environmental and socioeconomic impacts, bioremediators, oil dispersion, waste processing and technology applied to oil containment. Can present teacher projects linked to stricto sensu graduate recommended by coordination.
Each approved proposal will have the financing value of up to R$ 100,000, released in a single installment, and a stock market quota master’s degree. The project is expected to be developed over two years, may be extended for another 12 months.ACESSE AS REDES DA PANORAMA OFFSHORE: