Research and Innovation
Rice barns, commonly known as “Leuit” by the Badui people in Lebak, Banten, serve as storage and preservation units for food supplies. Unlike rice barns used by other tribes, the Badui people’s Leuit embodies the harmonious strength of their community and adheres firmly to their life philosophy. The saying “lojor teu beunang dipotong, pondok teu […].
Minority gender groups beyond the binary gender construction, such as calalai (masculine women), calabai (feminine men), and bissu (neither men nor women), can be found within the Bugis community.
The UGM Faculty of Social and Political Sciences has released a book titled “Ilmu Sosial Politik Masa Depan: Menjawab Megashift” (The Future of Social and Political Sciences: Responding to Megashift), which discusses how disruption has changed perspectives, especially in the context of digital transformation and climate change.
Social media has become a primary necessity in people’s lives, especially since the COVID-19 pandemic.
Tobacco is a promising cash crop. In the form of cigarette tax, tobacco contributes more than 150 trillion Indonesian rupiahs yearly to the national income. However, the welfare of tobacco farmers, who produce raw tobacco materials, does not match their contribution to the state’s revenue from taxes. Tobacco farmers’ conditions are far from prosperous in […].
As the 2024 Indonesian general election approaches, conflicts and polarization within the country are increasing. Since all elections will be held simultaneously, the issue of security during the polls becomes even more urgent.
Students from Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM), teaming up for the Student Creativity Program in Exact Science Research, have innovated a method to reduce the cholesterol content in quail eggs using feed containing Black Soldier Fly Larvae (BSF-L) oil.
A team of UGM students joining the Student Creativity Program in Social Sciences and Humanities Research studied the Javanese philosophy of “hamemayu hayuning bawana” (to maintain and beautify the harmony of the universe) to accelerate regenerative tourism in the Yogyakarta Special Region.
Ethnobotanical knowledge of the Rejang tribe in Indonesia is under threat of extinction, with the youngest generation having the lowest level of knowledge.
A UGM survey finds job availability a top priority issue for the young generation in the upcoming Indonesian election.
UGM students research indigenous ecotourism in Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park.
UGM students have studied the psychological conditions of multi-platform online motorcycle taxi drivers in Yogyakarta.
Generation Z comprises individuals aged between 8 and 23 years old. Currently, they make up 27.94 percent of Indonesia’s total population.
The UGM Center for Digital Society has released its findings on the 2024 election trends from the social media platform X.
Collaboration and synergy among stakeholders, including the government, private sector, communities, academics, and the media, are essential for developing tourism in Malinau Regency, North Kalimantan Province. At the government level, synergy is expected to come from the central government, provincial government, regency government, district, and village levels.
Professor Pramaditya Wicaksono, a lecturer at the UGM Faculty of Geography, has been honored with the “Best Presenter” award at the 4th International Conference on Integrated Coastal Management & Marine Biotechnology (ICMMBT).
The Biofilm Research Collaboration Center, led by Professor Titik Nuryastuti, MD, of the UGM Faculty of Medicine, Public Health, and Nursing, held a Focus Group Discussion at the Tahir Foundation Graduate School Building on Friday (September 8).
A doctoral study from the UGM Faculty of Economics and Business has found that social protection and education are vital to reducing poverty and inequality in Indonesia. The study, conducted by Asih Murwiati, a lecturer at the Faculty of Economics and Business, University of Lampung, used data from the Indonesian Family Life Survey (IFLS) from […].
On Tuesday (September 5), Dr. Bambang Suwignyo, a lecturer at the UGM Faculty of Animal Science, was inaugurated as a professor of animal nutrition and feed. During the professorship inauguration ceremony, Professor Bambang Suwignyo delivered a speech titled “The Benefits and Opportunities for Developing the Queen of the Forages (Tropical Alfalfa) in Indonesia.” Professor Suwignyo […].
Indonesia is one of the world’s largest coal producers.
Tiara Putri, a doctoral student at the UGM Faculty of Biology, was awarded the Landesgraduiertenförderungsverordnung, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern (LGFVO M-V) scholarship as part of a double degree program with the University of Greifswald, Germany.
The UGM Community Service Team, based on the Utilization of Research Results and Application of Appropriate Technology, has developed an organic fertilizer product from goat manure with a 5-day fermentation. This innovation is driven by organic fertilizers becoming a popular solution in the modern agricultural world.
North Kalimantan Province possesses significant and advantageous potential for tourism development. Situated within the golden triangle, Tawau Sabah (Malaysia), Tawi-Tawi (Philippines), and Brunei Darussalam, the province is envisioned to become a showcase for Indonesia and a connecting bridge among those three countries.
Many universities around the world are currently competing to achieve excellence.
Developing superior and adaptive feed plant varieties to Indonesia’s climate and soil conditions is crucial to supporting the country’s livestock.
North Maluku is known as a producer of nutmeg and cloves.
The UGM Faculty of Animal Science, in collaboration with Global Food Partners and AERES University of Applied Science, The Netherlands, successfully organized the International Training on Cage-free Innovation and Welfare Hub for the first time on July 9-15, 2023. The training aims to provide knowledge of cage-free egg farming practices to academics and enhance participants’ […].
UGM has opened the Edible Mushroom Research and Development Unit (UP2JK) at the Wood Processing Laboratory in the UGM Faculty of Forestry.
The UGM Faculty of Forestry is researching an alternative cultivation media for edible mushrooms (“baglog”), which traditionally utilizes waste from sengon wood.
The UGM Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences (FMIPA) and Pertamina Hulu Energi Upstream Innovation (PHE-UI) are establishing a research collaboration in geophysics. During the Kick-Off Meeting and Monitoring and Evaluation held on July 3-4, 2023, at FMIPA, several collaborative research projects were discussed, including the geophysical cloud-based computational tools-advanced passive seismic study, the Electric-Assisted […].