In Indonesia, the world’s second-largest cigarette market, the government has yet to put in place policies to prevent youths from taking up vaping.
Compared to other analytical techniques, such as gas chromatography, an electronic nose system can be built and can provide sensitive and selective analysis in real time.
Indonesia is planning to issue new tax laws aimed at deregulating existing tax requirements and creating a more open business climate.
Creative entrepreneurship is expected to be the backbone of economy moving forward, and BEKRAF hopes that in the future, Indonesia will be rich in both natural and intellectual resources.
Environmental experts say Indonesia’s capital relocation will not solve problems in Jakarta, only create other ones in the new capital.
Due to the incredible dedication of the UI team and with the help of Digital Commons Consultant Rebecca Karberg, in only four months they have launched their repository, UI Scholars Hub.
Indonesian government must streamline its research permit process or risk scaring away foreign scientists: scholars
The 2019 law on science and technology can potentially deter foreign researchers to do research in Indonesia, stifling international research.
If Indonesia can tap into the growing potential of digitalisation and tackle mounting issues, it may reap the perks of digital transformation without having to worry about the risks, including those around an unskilled workforce and personal data security.
Initiated by the Australian Government in 2013, the program is expected to run until 2023 and will provide training in reproductive management, nutrition and cattle health.
Coastal areas are in dire condition, reports the Oceanography Program of Institut Teknologi Bandung. This is a result not only of human activities but also climate change.
In Indonesia, seamaps are useful for navigation safety purposes. Marine mapping can also be useful to support a country’s economy: “access to ports, goods distribution lines, and so on.”
Inspired by their love of football, ITB students developed a robot weed exterminator called Robograss. The robot can be operated remotely using Wi-Fi, and doesn’t damage the grass unlike other methods.
The Mayor of Surabaya, Dr (HC) Ir Tri Rismaharini MT, explained that one way to break the poverty chain is by providing education to the children of economically underprivileged families.
The advanced research was focused on the excavation of certain locations to examine the liquefaction phenomenon that occurred in Palu and surrounding areas on September 28, 2018.