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Transform Health Leaders bring adolescent health and NCD prevention focus to Jakarta

Transform Health Leaders bring adolescent health and NCD prevention focus to Jakarta

June 22, 2018

Klik di sini untuk membaca artikel ini dalam Bahasa Indonesia. Delegates of the Australia-Indonesia Centre Transform Health Leadership Program recently delivered a workshop in Jakarta to pass on their new knowledge and ideas to twenty fellow Indonesian health professionals. The nine Indonesian health professionals who completed the Health Cluster-led program in Melbourne in February presented […]

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Transform Health Leaders membawa kesehatan remaja dan pencegahan penyakit tidak menular ke Jakarta

Transform Health Leaders membawa kesehatan remaja dan pencegahan penyakit tidak menular ke Jakarta

June 22, 2018

Click here to read this article in English. Delegasi dari Australia-Indonesia Centre Transform Health Leadership Program baru-baru ini melaksanakan lokakarya di Jakarta untuk menyampaikan keilmuan dan gagasan baru kepada 20 tenaga dan ahli kesehatan di Indonesia. Terdapat sembilan orang ahli kesehatan yang telah menyelesaikan program Health Cluster mereka di Melbourne pada bulan Februari, menyajikan lokakarya […]

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Celebrating Everyday Life in Australia-Indonesia Neighbourhood

Celebrating Everyday Life in Australia-Indonesia Neighbourhood

June 20, 2018

  How can we improve relations between Australia and Indonesia? Researchers on the “Celebrating Everyday Life in Indonesia-Australia Neighbourhood” project seem to think the answer might lie in a cup of coffee. In late 2017 a team of researchers from Monash University, Universitas Indonesia, Universitas Gadjah Mada and Queensland University of Technology jointly set out […]

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The secret life of concrete, revealed

The secret life of concrete, revealed

June 1, 2018

To assess human health and internal organs doctors routinely conduct diagnostic testing such as ultrasounds and x-rays. In a similar way, non-destructive testing (NDT) is conducted to assess the structural health of infrastructure such as bridges, tunnels and airports. The alternative, destructive testing – i.e. loading to breaking point – can be employed to assess […]

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Port-road-rail connectivity – finding the path of least resistance

Port-road-rail connectivity – finding the path of least resistance

May 24, 2018

For a nation of 17,000 islands, ports are essential to the delivery of goods to over 260 million people. Researchers from Monash University and Institut Teknologi Sepuluh Nopember are using big data to simulate how transport flows in order to offer better models of distribution. Surabaya port Terminal Teluk Lamong in East Java is operating […]

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How water sensitive is Bogor?

How water sensitive is Bogor?

May 23, 2018

How do you judge how sustainably and equitably a city uses its water resources? Questions asked by Australia-Indonesia Centre Urban Water researchers from Institut Pertanian Bogor, Universitas Indonesia and Monash University in Bogor last November included: Can residents access and enjoy the city’s parks and waterways? Do residents feel a ‘connection’ with the city’s water? […]

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The importance of health for farming, and of diverse expertise for understanding

The importance of health for farming, and of diverse expertise for understanding

May 22, 2018

  Researchers looking at cocoa farming practices in Sulawesi have delivered an impressive range of findings to diverse local audiences, based on a 2016-2018 study of food and agriculture that also evaluated community health and economics. The Australia-Indonesia Centre project looked at the ‘Sustainability and profitability of cocoa-based farming in Sulawesi’ and brought together researchers […]

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Infrastructure conference brings it all together in Surabaya

Infrastructure conference brings it all together in Surabaya

May 10, 2018

The AIC Infrastructure conference has concluded in Surabaya. The two-day event on 8 and 9 May was a great success, bringing our research teams face to face with government and industry representatives to discuss applications and future opportunities for their many collaborative projects. Representatives of all five university partners of The Australia-Indonesia Centre Infrastructure Cluster […]

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Drinkable water: Mission impossible?

Drinkable water: Mission impossible?

May 2, 2018 By Yuli Suharnoto

This article was first published in The Jakarta Post on 24 March 2018. The writer is an Urban Water researcher with The Australia-Indonesia Centre and a lecturer in the Civil and Environmental Engineering School at Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB). He is also a deputy leader on the integrated water resources management team for the Citarum River […]

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