Friday, 22nd May 2015
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Indonesian drone ready for military operations

20th May 2015
Drones, which are unmanned aerial vehicles, manufactured by the Indonesia Maritime Institute are ready to be operated in border regions to carry out area surveillance missions. A drone named OS-Wifanusa was successfully ...
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  • Indonesian drone ready for military operations
    20th May 2015
    Drones, which are unmanned aerial vehicles, manufactured by the Indonesia Maritime Institute are ready to be operated in border regions to carry out area surveillance missions. A drone named OS-Wifanusa was successfully ...
  • Less active teens prone to depression: Psychologist
    20th May 2015
    Social psychologist Elizabet T Santosa said that teenagers who engage in less physical exercises or activities are susceptible to depression. "Youths who exercise less have little chance to socialize. They are often ...
  • New application allows Albanian citizens to report crime online with smartphones
    14th May 2015
    Albanian Ministry of Interior and the Ministry of Innovation launched new application "The Digital Police Office", which is designed to involve Albanian population directly in the crime-fighting activities of the police as it ...
  • Indonesian govt commences development of national science and techno-parks
    7th May 2015
    The Ministry of Research Technology and Higher Education has signed the commitment to initiate the development of science and technology parks in Indonesia. Minister of Research Technology and Higher Education M. Nassir ...
  • Young scientists from 31 countries attend ISPRO 2015
    4th May 2015
    Young scientists from 31 countries are participating in the International Science Project Olympiad (ISPRO) 2015, which opened here on Monday. "We want to know more about the life and culture in Indonesia," Jeton, a ...
  • Indonesian research ship surveys Indian Ocean
    16th April 2015
    Indonesian research ship Baruna Jaya I, under a program named "Indonesia Program Initiative on Maritime Observation and Analysis (InaPRIMA)," is surveying the Indian Ocean for a month between April 16 and May 15, 2015. ...
  • Vigorous activity may help avoid early death: Study
    7th April 2015
    Even small amounts of vigorous activity, the kind that makes you breathe harder and sweat, could help reduce your risk of early death, a large Australian study of middle-aged and older adults suggested Monday. The results, ...
  • Astronomers find star speeding out of the galaxy
    6th March 2015
    Astronomers have found a star hurtling through the galaxy faster than any other, the result of being blasted away by the explosion of a massive partner star, researchers said on Thursday.The star, known as US 708, is ...
  • Unpad`s students create lie detection card game
    21st January 2015
    The students of Padjadjaran University (Unpad) in Bandung, West Java, have created a card game called "Lion" that helps to hone a persons sensitivity to detect lies. "The Lion card game trains an individuals sensitivity to ...
  • IMF policies criticized over ebola outbreak
    22nd December 2014
    International Monetary Fund (IMF) policies left healthcare systems in the African countries worst affected by ebola underfunded and lacking doctors, and hampered a coordinated response to the outbreak, researchers said Monday. ...