Is there a right to enjoy the benefits of scientific progress and its applications (REBSPA) in Brazilian Law?

Brazilian Constitution does not recognize the REBSPA. Nonetheless, its fundamental rights system contains broad provisions and holds an open clause.
The paper proposes to inquire whether, reckoning on these wide provisions and on the REBSPA recognized in International Law instruments, it is possible to assert the belongingness of this right to Brazilian Law.
Scientific progress and its applications underlie many fundamental rights, such as the right to health, and are axial to essential democratic liberties, such as scientific freedom and the access to information and to the use of internet.
The goal of the paper is to be fulfilled exploring interpretation possibilities (implicit rights construction) as well as resources found in ordinary domestic Law and International Law provisions. Decisions of the Constitutional Court approaching the emerging right are analysed as to deliver institutional recognition to the right within Brazilian Law.