A team of students from Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has successfully created an innovation that can reduce the impact of landslides and their consequences.
Laboratory work is a crucial part of the learning process.
A group of UGM students has created an interactive book equipped with a virtual influencer to instill empathy in early childhood towards the threat of extinction facing endemic wildlife.
Five UGM students have developed a jacket that can adjust the wearer’s body temperature to the surrounding environment, known as the ACO Jacket.
The issue of climate change is becoming increasingly prominent as various environmental problems arise.
UGM students have developed an innovative briquette product called “WastBriq,” made from agro-industrial waste, such as coffee grounds, coconut husks, and rice husks, as a sustainable and affordable alternative to charcoal.
The SENYUMIN application by the UGM Vocational College recently received the award for the best innovation at the Jakarta Innovation Awards (JIA) 2023, organized by the Regional Development Planning Agency of Jakarta in September 2023.
Five UGM students have developed a water filtration device based on the Internet of Things (IoT) to reduce iron content in groundwater.
Five UGM students have developed an AI-based forest and land fire detection device named Saveforest.ai.
A group of UGM students has successfully created an innovative product, a Monopoly-based game learning tool for local government accounting called “POTANDA.” With POTANDA, they hope to assist students in better understanding the subject of local government accounting. With this tool, learning about local government accounting can be more enjoyable.
The Directorate General of Immigration, in collaboration with Universitas Gadjah Mada and several universities in the Special Region of Yogyakarta, has launched an Education Visa for foreign nationals seeking education in Indonesia. The launch of the Education Visa coincided with the 2023 Immigration Festival (IMIFEST) themed “Shaping the Image of Indonesia’s Gateway,” held at Grha […].
Indonesia ranks ninth in the world for the highest annual rainfall, with 2,702 mm yearly.
A team of five UGM students has developed an herbal mouthwash innovation using breadfruit leaves. This innovation began with an in-depth study of breadfruit (Artocarpus altilis), a plant commonly found in tropical regions, especially in Asia.
Five UGM students in the Student Creativity Program have developed an all-in-one herbal-based healthcare application to strengthen family health resilience after the pandemic. The application, named Herbacare, can detect the nearest TCAM (traditional, complementary alternative medicine) service providers and enables appointments with physicians, medical specialists, and traditional healthcare experts.
For those who enjoy collecting action figures, there’s a unique addition to your collection–action figures created by UGM students using waste from gas lighters and used plastic bottles.
Five UGM students have successfully concocted a balm for healing wounds and, as an antiseptic, Tamarinda Balm, using tamarind leaves (Tamarindus indica).
UGM students have transformed eggshell waste into organic fertilizer named Gama Organic.
The black orchid, scientifically known as Coelogyne pandurata Lindl., is a rare endemic plant in Indonesia, found only in East Kalimantan and Papua. Its uniqueness lies in its black labellum with green stripes, hairy structures, and green flower ornaments with triangular petals.
A group of UGM students participating in the Innovation Works category of the Student Creativity Program have developed a device called ADEM to shield broiler chickens from heat stress. Chicken meat is one of Indonesia’s most consumed animal protein sources.
Five UGM students have developed an innovative safety jacket for two-wheeler riders called J-Force.
A team of UGM Vocational College students has developed Edgytech Flathouse, an integrated solution that maximizes various potentials within flat buildings, including energy, waste management, water supply, air quality, and management.
UGM Vocational College students have developed an automatic chicken feed dispenser named “Simar” to improve the efficiency of the chicken feeding process and assist small to medium-scale chicken farmers.
A team of UGM students has developed a mobile application called “Gigi Kecil,” which features real-time dental caries detection using AI, augmented reality-based educational games, and a free consultation with professional dentists for children.
Five UGM students have developed an innovative technology, a low-pollution smoked catfish apparatus capable of extending the product’s shelf life from only three days to up to five days.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) is developing a multidisciplinary and transdisciplinary research center called the Institute for Future Life (IFL) as a tangible contribution to addressing climate change. The research conducted by IFL is expected to provide essential inputs to stakeholders, including in the development of Indonesia’s new capital, Nusantara, in East Kalimantan.
The Vice Dean for Research and Development of the UGM Faculty of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing, Dr. Lina Choridah, MD, stated that there is a gap regarding healthcare products in society today. The gap between academics and industry often leads to innovative ideas from professors or students stopping at the prototype stage.
While Statistics Indonesia (BPS) has reported decreased unemployment, some university graduates still find it difficult to secure jobs.
UGM Library is reinforcing collaboration for the development and utilization of the Integrated Library System “Jogja Library for All (Sepatu Jolifa)” with the Yogyakarta Library and Archives, along with several universities/higher education institutions in the region.
The UGM Vocational College hosted the 2023 Fab Camp Challenge at the UGM Field Research Center (FRC) in Kulon Progo, Yogyakarta, from September 17 to 21, 2023. The event attracted 60 participants from 12 countries, with 17 international participants from Pakistan, Malaysia, Norway, the Philippines, Japan, Vietnam, Yemen, Bangladesh, Germany, Spain, Bhutan, and the United […].
The UGM Faculty of Agricultural Technology and the Indonesian Ministry of Public Works and Public Housing have collaborated to develop a smart irrigation water management pilot project.