Research and Innovation
Indonesia has long been blessed with abundant resources, including cultural diversity and spices, which have captivated the world’s attention for centuries.
In maritime nations, where vast expanses of water define national borders, Indonesia recognizes the imperative of a robust naval surveillance system to monitor ship activities vigilantly.
Recent public surveys highlight political parties as the least trusted state institution among the public.
A team of researchers affiliated with the Biofilm Research Collaboration Center (PKR Biofilm) at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) is actively pushing the boundaries in biofilm research. As known, biofilm represents a cluster of microorganism cells, primarily bacteria, adhering to either a biological surface or an inert object while enveloped in a carbohydrate adhesive secreted by […].
The UGM Faculty of Social and Political Sciences is once again launching the Research, Publication, and Community Service Grants. This annual activity aims to foster competition and encourage the development of innovative research to tackle various social challenges.
The climate crisis is a pressing global issue impacting nations worldwide.
To combat the alarming surge in dengue hemorrhagic fever (DHF) cases, four bright minds from the Faculty of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing at Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) have set forth an innovative proposal. Santi Andriyani, Salman Hafiz Ar-ramli Lubis, Nisa Munawwarah, and Jessica Edelyne advocate for developing an environmentally friendly natural larvicide, tapping into […].
This week marked the inauguration of Dr. Supriyadi as a professor specializing in food technology and agricultural products at the UGM Faculty of Agricultural Technology.
Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) has soared to the zenith of scholarly achievement, clinching the highest SINTA score among all universities in Indonesia as of early 2023.
The irreplaceable role of teeth in daily functions like chewing and speech is well-known, but tooth decay and loss can become a reality as time takes its toll. The loss of teeth can be due to damage to the hard tissues of the teeth, which is no longer possible to restore, severe damage to supporting […].
Mejan is one of the ancestral relics of the Pakpak Bharat community in North Sumatra.
In a bold move towards sustainable innovation, the UGM Faculty of Engineering researchers have breathed new life into low-calorie coal from Peranap, Riau. With coal production soaring to 627.24 million tons in November 2023, a surge in supply prompts the government to consider exporting amidst declining market prices.
The potential in Murung Raya Regency is poised for an orchestrated crescendo, thanks to the unveiling of a Master Plan for Regional Tourism Development by the UGM Center for Tourism Studies. The revelation unfolded during a forum group discussion (FGD) on the preparation, orchestrated in tandem with the Murung Raya Youth, Sports, and Tourism Office.
Universities, the epicenters of knowledge creation and dissemination, pulsate with the dual heartbeat of education and research.
The Center for Tropical Medicine at the UGM Faculty of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing hosted a seminar centered around Wolbachia-infused mosquitoes on Thursday, Nov.
In the tapestry of Indonesia’s abundant natural resources, hydrocarbons stand out as a potential wealth waiting to be unlocked through exploration.
The dynamics of the debate surrounding online gambling in Indonesia are intensifying with the development of technology and the widespread access to the internet. Some support the existence of online gambling because it has the potential for national revenue and job creation.
Susmitha Oliviani Cahyaningrum, a student at the UGM Faculty of Animal Science, has been selected as the Best Researcher in the Indofood Riset Nugraha (IRN) Program for 2022-2023. Cahyaningrum emerged as the winner after competing with 65 students from 39 universities in Indonesia.
The UGM Faculty of Social and Political Sciences organized a week-long presentation of research results called Research Days involving faculty members, researchers, and students. Held for five days from November 13 to 17, 2023, the event included discussions and idea exchanges among the academic community addressing current issues on digital transformation, social inclusion, and climate […].
The UGM Faculty of Cultural Sciences presented the results of the study of intangible cultural heritage objects that have the potential to be designated as Intangible Cultural Heritage.
Blindsight is the ability of individuals with visual impairment to detect visual information unconsciously.
Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus and Alzheimer’s are diseases with increasing prevalence as age advances. It is predicted that the number of Alzheimer’s patients in Indonesia will reach 3,999,285 people by 2050.
Colon cancer, or colorectal cancer, is a type of cancer that affects the large intestine and rectum.
The approval of the proposal to extend the term of village heads from six to nine years has sparked both support and opposition in society. This proposal was voiced through a demonstration on January 17, 2023, in front of the Indonesian Parliament building by three village government associations, citing the need for the effectiveness of […].
The intense campaign leading up to the political year has created exciting interactions between the public, presidential and vice-presidential candidates, and the media. Unlike previous elections, campaigning in the media, both digital and conventional, is the current political style trend. This time, the Center for Digital Society (CfDS) at the UGM Faculty of Social and […].
Have you ever seen content featuring people dancing according to the number of gifts received or showing someone bathing in mud while saying, “Thank you, kind people?” Such content is widespread on social media and has been discussed in the media. According to research conducted by a team of UGM students on cyber begging, the […].
Ovarian cancer is one of the most high-risk diseases for women, with the lowest survival rate compared to other cancers such as lung cancer, breast cancer, colorectal cancer, and pancreatic cancer. According to the Ministry of Health data, in 2023, 41 women were diagnosed with ovarian cancer every day, and 27 of them died.
Driven by concern for the accumulation of organic waste, Rachael Tiono and her colleagues from the UGM Faculty of Dentistry processed peels from fruits and plants such as baby pacitan orange peel, horn banana peel, red dragon fruit peel, honeydew melon peel, and lemongrass leaves, into eco-enzymes for mouth ulcer medication.
The UGM Faculty of Pharmacy organized the 8th International Conference on Pharmacy and Advanced Pharmaceutical Sciences (ICPAPS 2023) and the 14th Annual Conference of the Indonesian Society for Cancer Chemoprevention (ISCC 2023). The ICPAPS 2023 and the ISCC 2023 took place for three days, from November 3 to 5, 2023, at the Faculty of Pharmacy.
A team of UGM students researched the influence of “weton” (Javanese birthdate and its significance on a person’s character and destiny) on academic achievement.