University of Brawijaya

Universitas Brawijaya developing digital halal certification system for Indonesian MSMEs

Wednesday, November 24, 2021 - 7:00pm

Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Nov 25, 2021 - (ACN Newswire) - University Brawijaya (UB/Unibraw) is developing a digital halal certification system for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in Indonesia, as part of the Reverse Linkage Project.

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  • Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Nov 25, 2021 - (ACN Newswire) - University Brawijaya (UB/Unibraw) is developing a digital halal certification system for micro, small and medium enterprises (MSMEs) in Indonesia, as part of the Reverse Linkage Project.
  • According to the head of the project team, Dr. Hagus Tarno, the system will archive documents from the processing stage through to certification.
  • "MSMEs that will apply for halal certification through Brawijaya University will be directed to a system that will assist them to check which documents must be prepared and filled out.
  • The project for developing a halal digital system received US$2.06 million funding for two years (2021-23) from Serunai Malaysia and the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), he said.

Brawijaya University develops IoT-based system for melon cultivation

Saturday, October 23, 2021 - 12:00pm

"Drip irrigation system" implemented at the Agro Techno Park in Malang, East Java

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  • "Drip irrigation system" implemented at the Agro Techno Park in Malang, East Java
    Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Oct 23, 2021 - (ACN Newswire) - Brawijaya University (UB) has developed an internet of things (IoT)-based system for melon cultivation, currently being implemented at the Agro Techno Park in Malang, East Java.
  • The garden was developed by a team from Brawijaya University using the modern IoT farming system.
  • The application of the drip irrigation system, he said, has turned out to give maximum results to melon plants.
  • "If melon plants are cultivated using a hydroponic system, then what the student does is aeroponic cultivation of vegetables," he said.

Brawijaya University ranks in 301-400 band according to THE Impact Rankings

Thursday, April 29, 2021 - 4:30pm

b'Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Apr 30, 2021 - (ACN Newswire) - Brawijaya University in East Java ranked in the 301-400 band among the world\'s top universities on the basis of the assessment of the Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings 2021.\nThis year, the assessment of THE Impact Rankings is based on the concern and contribution of universities in the success in implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) programs, according to Brawijaya University\'s head of ranking center, Adharul Muttaqin.\nTHE measures how the academic aspects, publications, innovations, and activities of universities support the 17 goals in the SDGs.\nIn the 2021 edition, Muttaqin conveyed that Brawijaya University demonstrated its participation and success in aligning its efforts with all 17 existing goals.

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  • b'Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Apr 30, 2021 - (ACN Newswire) - Brawijaya University in East Java ranked in the 301-400 band among the world\'s top universities on the basis of the assessment of the Times Higher Education (THE) Impact Rankings 2021.\nThis year, the assessment of THE Impact Rankings is based on the concern and contribution of universities in the success in implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) programs, according to Brawijaya University\'s head of ranking center, Adharul Muttaqin.\nTHE measures how the academic aspects, publications, innovations, and activities of universities support the 17 goals in the SDGs.\nIn the 2021 edition, Muttaqin conveyed that Brawijaya University demonstrated its participation and success in aligning its efforts with all 17 existing goals.
  • The university stood in the top 200 for four out of the 17 goals -- "No Poverty" and "Zero Hunger" in addition to "Life Below Water" and "Life on Land".\n"In the criteria of \'Life on Land\', Brawijaya University is able to demonstrate its supporting capacity to maintain land ecosystems, both in academic and non-academic activities.
  • Ranking shows reputation.
  • Reputation shows quality and public trust," the university\'s rector, Prof. Dr. Nuhfil Hanani, concluded.\nUniversitas Brawijaya (UB), or Brawijaya University, welcomes you to Malang, East Java, Indonesia at https://ub.ac.id/.\n'

DETAK by Brawijaya University Researchers detects Heart Disease Early and Accurately

Friday, November 27, 2020 - 1:00am

Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Nov 27, 2020 - (ACN Newswire) - Researchers from the Brawijaya University (UB) Medical School in Malang, East Java have developed DETAK, a smartphone application for patients with heart disease.

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  • Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Nov 27, 2020 - (ACN Newswire) - Researchers from the Brawijaya University (UB) Medical School in Malang, East Java have developed DETAK, a smartphone application for patients with heart disease.
  • The app works on an AI (artificial intelligence) algorithm, to provide early and accurate detection of heart disease, or acute coronary syndrome, and prevent delays in proper diagnose and treatment.
  • Acute coronary syndrome describes a host of conditions linked to the sudden, reduced flow of blood to the heart.
  • The application also offers informative articles on heart disease and advice for maintaining a healthy heart.

Brawijaya University develops GAD65 Rapid Test Diabetes Screening Kit

Wednesday, November 25, 2020 - 5:00am

Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Nov 25, 2020 - (ACN Newswire) - Brawijaya University (UB) in Malang, East Java has developed an initial screening kit for diabetes.

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  • Malang, East Java, Indonesia, Nov 25, 2020 - (ACN Newswire) - Brawijaya University (UB) in Malang, East Java has developed an initial screening kit for diabetes.
  • The Bioscience Rapid Test GAD65, developed by aresearch team led by Prof. Dr. Aulanni'am, drh, DES, is ready for commercialization and use in early screening for Type I Diabetes Mellitus, before measures and treatment are determined.
  • The reverse-flow immunochromatography-based detection kit identifies the presence of autoantibodies against GAD65, which indicate damage to beta-pancreatic cells, a marker for Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus and Latent Autoimmune Diabetes in Adults (LADA).
  • The Bioscience Rapid Test GAD65 is among the downstream products developed as part of the cooperation between Brawijaya University and state-owned pharmaceutical company PT Bio Farma (Persero).