• Research carried out by faculty and students from USP/ESALQ aim to provide knowledge, qualify human resources and spread innovative technology to transform society.
  • In its 113 years of history, USP/ESALQ has graduated over 13,900 students. It was also the first USP academic unit to offer a graduate program in 1964.
  • Faculty, students and administrative and technical staff develop their activities in a high quality academic environment of education and research.


ESALQ establishes new partnerships with European institutions
Development of research on seed technologies is common goal for Brazil, the Netherlands and England
Graduate student from ESALQ achieves first double degree diploma of the program
Izabela Regina Cardoso de Oliveira has developed statistical studies in a Belgian university
Tripartite union seeks new focus in biotechnology
Rutgers and OSU rely on ESALQ to promote plant improvement techniques
ESALQ signs cooperation agreement with The University of Florida
The agreement is intended to foster student interchange among both universities
Science without Borders student wins prize in Australia
Student Luiz Fernando Pereira Bispo receives award for participation in cultural biennale
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