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Carving A Niche – An Interview With Dr Robertus Heru Triharjanto Of BRIN Indonesia

By supporting open innovation and working with private organizations, the National Research and Innovation Agency of Indonesia drives efforts to improve the lives of citizens.

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Keeping Communities Safe With Environmental Testing

Environmental testing can equip the public health system with better means to monitor and curb the spread of infectious diseases.
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Fighting Food Fraud

To intercept future food scandals in Asia and the world, innovations like blockchain and artificial intelligence could prevent fraud and reduce anxiety about what’s really on our plates.
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Meet New Weevils Including One Named Corona

Scientists have discovered 28 new species of beetles belonging to the weevil genus Trigonopterus on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi.

#ExtremeWeather Updates: How Trending Posts Save Lives

Harnessing real-time conversational data from social networking platforms can provide life-saving information amidst extreme weather events.
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Two From Southeast Asia Win Science Prize for Women 2021

For working to achieve clean water and clean air, Singapore's Dr. Li Hongying and Indonesia's Dr. Neni Sintawardani have won the Underwriters Laboratory-ASEAN-US Science Prize for Women 2021.
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Signs of Supereruptions: The Magma Beneath Toba

By combining geologic dating with computer modeling, scientists have discovered that constant magma build-up fueled Toba’s supereruptions, the largest in Earth’s history.

New Human Lineage Discovered In Indonesian Cave

By analyzing fossil genetics, researchers have uncovered a new human lineage, expanding the narrative of ancient Southeast Asian populations.

Tracking The Trackers

Given the diversity of Asia, it's no surprise that COVID-19 tracking apps across the continent are also powered by an assortment of frontier technologies.

Southeast Asia’s Supercomputing Sights

International or even regional travel might not be possible right now, but Southeast Asia still has much to offer the world when it comes to supercomputing.