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An Opportunity to Pursue Further Study at Faculty of Science, Universiteit Leiden

Fakultas Biologi dan Fakultas Farmasi Universitas Gadjah Mada bekerja sama dengan Universiteit Leiden membuka kesempatan bagi Mahasiswa atau Alumni Fakultas Biologi dan Fakultas Farmasi UGM untuk menempuh studi lanjut (Postgraduate Program) di Faculty of Science, Universiteit Leiden.

Wawancara calon mahasiswa untuk program tersebut akan dilaksanakan pada tanggal 3 dan 4 November 2016 oleh delegasi dari Faculty of Science Universiteit Leiden di Fakultas Biologi UGM.

Sehubungan dengan hal tersebut, maka bagi yang berminat dapat mengisi form pada link berikut: https://goo.gl/byRZdc Pengisian form dapat dilakukan sampai tanggal 31 Oktober 2016. read more

Call for the 2016 Summer Course on Translating Jamu, Indonesian Herbal Medicine: From Ancient Knowledge to Evidence Based Medicine

Introduction

The 2016 Summer Course program is the extension of the university’s mission of promoting research, teaching and social engagement by hosting high-level, research-oriented, interdisciplinary and innovative academic courses for professional development, particularly in the health sciences. The short, intensive course, coached by a team of distinguished international faculty members together with experts from faculty partners overseas is organized to invite graduate students, and undergraduate students from UGM university partners to join the course. read more

UGM Students Introduce Processing Medicinal Herbs Using Okra and Red Ginger

Postgraduate students of Faculty of Pharmacy UGM introduce how to make traditional medicine to the residents of Kapencar village, Wonosobo regency, Central Java. The traditional medicine is made by using local plants that can be grown in the garden for household scale product.

Fadhil Rusyida, Pharmacy student, said that he and other 38 colleagues worked with Women Farmers Group in the village to explore the potential of medicinal plants and processed them into herbal medicinal products which can be produced on Student Extracurricular Units scale. “Two types of medicinal plants that we introduce are red ginger and okra,” Fadhil told reporters on Friday (27/5). read more