The Indonesian Armed Forces has deployed personnel to work alongside the Australian Defence Force as part of Operation Bushfire Assist.
Resistance to antibiotics has become a crucial global health problem; the World Health Organization predicts there could be 10 million deaths due to antibiotic resistance by 2050.
Universitas Hasanuddin, as one of the top universities in Indonesia, continues to encourage its contribution to realising responsibility towards the community and environment.
“I’m investigating whether the complete removal of [offshore] infrastructure may pose significant consequence and risk to the environment and fisheries.”
Monash University and the AIC congratulate President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor Margaret Gardner, who has been appointed a Companion of the Order of Australia (AC) in the 2020 Australia Day Honours.
AIC Senior Fellow Prof Nyoman Pujawan, has achieved the highest number of Google Scholar citations at the Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS).
“I will carry out this mandate by continuing to give the best of my performance, with all humility and sincerity, dedication, integrity, and optimism,” Prof. Reini said.
Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember (ITS) Geophysical Engineering Department students have published a scientific paper that discusses the importance of the geophysical approach in disaster management.
Given the target of 99% of the population having access to electricity by 2030, the country must improve the sector’s resilience to climate crisis.
Despite being the largest Muslim population, Indonesia manages to avoid any major confrontation and play safely between conflicting countries in the region.
The activity was part of the Green Charity for Flowery ITS event, held to celebrate World Movement Million Trees. The planting took place at ITS Alumni Park on 10 January 2020.
According to the Director of Seameo Biotrop, the selection of appropriate types of plants — namely eucalyptus, ylang, nutmeg and citronella — can reduce the risk of erosion, landslides, and floods.
Since the last standoff between China and Indonesia in 2016, Indonesia has been increasing its defence, but not to the extent that it has deterred China from causing problems.
Floods are a global problem. Other neighbouring mega-cities such as Bangkok in Thailand, and Manilla in the Philippines also face escalating costs from flood in the future.
The IoT smart farming is expected to support the low carbon building in the country, especially in agriculture.