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Edition 21 May 2019

Special Report

  • Eureka! Female Inventors

    Eureka! Female Inventors

    Young, female, and discoverers. These six women show just how bright is the future for women researchers in science, technology, and innovation which tends to be dominated by men. They have made important breakthroughs in areas ranging from medicine to food technology.

  • Inventing in Great Britain

    Inventing in Great Britain

    Dewi Nur Aisyah together with her colleagues invented an automatic detecting device for tuberculosis. She applied the machine learning technology.

  • Luak Coffee Tracker

    Luak Coffee Tracker

    She is first to discover a formula to identify the authenticity of luak coffee. Her work became an international reference.

  • A Gene Bringing Hope

    A Gene Bringing Hope

    Despite facing difficulties during her first year doctoral studies, Korri Elvanita El Khobar made an important breakthrough in medical science.

  • Turning Oil Palm Waste Into Cellphone Screens

    Turning Oil Palm Waste Into Cellphone Screens

    Athanasia Amanda Septevani is using empty oil palm tree fruit clusters as material to make screens for electronic devices. It is environmentally friendly and will likely be far less expensive.

  • Indri Badria Adilina: The Magic Spell of Catalysts

    Indri Badria Adilina: The Magic Spell of Catalysts

    Indri Badria Adilina finds raw materials for industrial products processed from local natural resources. Her discovery may be an answer to reducing reliance on imported catalysts.

  • Ratih Damayanti: Inspired by Wood Anatomy

    Ratih Damayanti: Inspired by Wood Anatomy

    Smitten with the anatomy of plants since her college days, Ratih Damayanti invented an automatic wood identification tool. One app to identify hundreds of varieties.

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