By bringing together Indonesian seaweed and Australian technological innovations, a shared vision of decarbonisation can be progressed.
The young researchers are fisheries graduates who are more used to working with marine life than human life.
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 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.
A forum on the latest research from PAIR has heard roads and water are key priorities for regional village leaders, while a Read more
Findings of PAIR have concluded that young people in the Indonesian province of South Sulawesi face a range of challenges in accessing Read more
Seaweed is set to play an important role in the economy of South Sulawesi, supporting small business owners and farmers as well as traders and exporters, and PAIR research teams have begun gathering information to allow for the development of this vital commodity.
The IRSA International Conference on 18-19 July 2022 in Lombok sought to explore strategies for post-pandemic economic recovery, one of which is by strengthening the relationship between the world of education and the worlds of business and industry (DUDI).