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Seaweed cultivation

How Indonesian seaweed can fit into decarbonisation

By bringing together Indonesian seaweed and Australian technological innovations, a shared vision of decarbonisation can be progressed.

Health or economy? Making the best impossible decision in the face of COVID-19

When Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s largest economy, first began grappling with COVID in 2020, its government was widely criticized for choosing to save Read more

Kesehatan, atau ekonomi dulu? Mencari keputusan terbaik dalam menghadapi pandemi

Pemerintah Indonesia menjadi target kritik karena dianggap memilih menyelamatkan perekonomian alih-alih masyarakat dalam manajemen COVID-19 yang dilakukannya. Hal ini mengakibatkan banyak korban Read more

Health or economy? Making the best impossible decision in the face of COVID-19

When Indonesia, Southeast Asia’s largest economy, first began grappling with COVID in 2020, its government was widely criticized for choosing to save Read more

Health or economy in Indonesia? Making the best impossible decision during COVID-19

“Health or economy in Indonesia” grapples with one of the most difficult decisions faced by governments during the coronavirus pandemic – how to look after people’s health and maintain the economy.

people by the jetty

Junior researchers embed themselves into the daily life of a seaweed village

The young researchers are fisheries graduates who are more used to working with marine life than human life.

train on a track in early morning

New PAIR research expands focus on South Sulawesi railway line

The Makassar to Parepare railway in South Sulawesi is a vital piece of infrastructure for Indonesia and an important focus of PAIR’s research.

A train on a railway in a station

Pricing and scheduling strategies essential to maximising use of South Sulawesi’s new railway line

A PAIR research team has presented data that provides insights into how much passengers and business would use a new rail line being built in South Sulawesi.