Research at the University

The research produced at UNICAMP accounts for 7,10% of national academic production and is structured around 24 teaching and research units and 21 interdisciplinary research centers and nuclei, in addition to having 26 thematic research centers, linked to UNICAMP programs. Fapesp and CNPq, and dozens of state-of-the-art laboratories equipped for the development of advanced research in all areas of knowledge. UNICAMP has 568 research groups registered in the CNPq database, working in 1.612 lines of research, with 302 partner institutions, national and international.

The University has 1.747 teachers, 90 researchers, 1.131 collaborating and visiting researchers and 869 post-doctoral students, in addition to highly qualified technical staff. UNICAMP's teaching staff is made up of 99% of doctors, or higher degrees, and 282 teachers and researchers are CNPq productivity scholarship holders.

Funding for research produced at UNICAMP reached R$524 million in 2022, raised from Brazilian funding agencies and other institutions, public and private, in the country and abroad.

The intellectual production of the University shows its consistency every year, having surpassed in 2022 the mark of 6.000 publications indexed in refereed specialized journals, 2.829 of which in open access.

In the period 2017-2022, UNICAMP produced 29.957 scientific works, 37,9% in international collaboration and 2,9% in collaboration with industry. This production generated more than 301 thousand citations, with an average of 10,1 citations per publication and an impact above the world average. Around 12,8% of UNICAMP publications are among the top 10% most cited worldwide and 26,6% were published in the top 10% international journals.

Below are the main institutional tools for managing and measuring research data at the University: