From Trash To Gas

By Putu Virgina Partha Devanthi, Ph.D. Faculty of BioTechnology According to Economist Intelligence Unit (2017), Indonesia has contributed as the second largest food waste producer in the world after Saudi Arabia. Every year, each person throws almost 300 kg of

Community Service Events of Pharmacy and Biomedicine Study Program

Pharmacy and Biomedicine study program in collaboration with Family Welfare Development group (PKK) and Juru Pemberantasan Jentik (JUMANTIK) of RW 11 Kelurahan Kayu Putih organized two community service events in July 2018. The objective of the events is to empower

Food Processing Technology to Combat Food Allergen

By Yohanes Raditya Wardhana, M.Sc. Faculty of Food Science and Nutrition Recently, an inquest was filed, revolving the death of 15-year-old girl at Heathrow Airport in 2016 after consuming a certain brand of “artisan” baguettes. Without any thorough investigation, the

Diet for TD2M

By Mohamad Yulianto Kurniawan, M.Sc. Faculty of FoodScience and Nutrition Type-2 Diabetes Mellitus (T2DM) is a major, non-communicable disease with increasing prevalence at a global level. Based on the latest of RISKESDAS result, diabetes prevalence has increasing over the past

i3L Faculties Got Grants at the 25th Science and Technology Research Grant Program from Indonesia Toray Science Foundation (ITSF)

Congratulations to our faculties, Putu Virgina Partha Devanthi, Ph.D. and Pietradewi Hartrianti, Apt., Ph.D. who got grants at the 25th Science and Technology Research Grant Program in 2018 from Indonesia Toray Science Foundation (ITSF) at Hotel Mulia Senayan, Jakarta. Ms.

i3L – Accreditation of Higher Education (APT)

Representatives of the Assessors’ Team for the National Accreditation Agency for Higher Education (BAN-PT) conducted a visit to the Accreditation of Higher Education (APT) at i3L Jakarta, on March 4, 2019. We are very grateful and honored to have the

Know How Much to Spend! A Personal Financial Management for Non-Finance Individuals

By Fariz Hutama Putra Harjanto, M.B.A. Faculty of BioEntrepreneurship In today’s world where everything is just a click away – your favorite salad via GoFood, getting from point A to B with GrabCar, planning your Italian vacation from Traveloka, and

Can Science Alter Our DNA?

By Caitlyn Limanto Supervisor: dr. Dina Satriawan, M. Nsci(Adv) Faculty of BioMedicine Recent developments in science and technology have explored the use of CRISPR, a gene editing tool, in order to alter our DNA and potentially rid the world of genetic

The Ridiculous Overuse of Plastic

By Solmaz Aslanzadeh Ph.D. Faculty of BioTechnology Plastics have conquered our world! One might wonder how did that happen? The answer lies in history. It was at the beginning of the last century that we found a novel and cheap

Using Genetic Engineering to Make Designer Fruits

By M. ABDURRAHMAN MAS, MSc Faculty of Food Technology Designer fruits are fruits which have a set of specific quality traits that makes the fruits more appealing to the customer compared to their non-designer counterparts. These traits range from the

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