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When Boeing opens a new research and technology center in Sao Paulo, Brazil, later this year, it will provide a significant new R&D capability to the country. Aviation biofuels, advanced air traffic management and other aerospace-related technologies will be explored through collaboration with Brazilian industry, universities and government agencies.
That kind of cutting-edge technology doesn’t rely solely upon agreements and funding, however. Great technology requires great technologists.
That is why Brazil has embarked upon a bold educational program called Science Without Borders. Its objective: to educate 100,000 Brazilian students in the STEM subjects: Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. Watch the video above for more about this exciting program and how Boeing is helping Brazil achieve its ambitious goal.