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Engineering Students Create Automatic Sprinkler System with Spider Sensor

Vast technological advances coupled with monotonous routines can trigger boredom that leads to stress. To rest oneself from this burnout, some people choose to switch to gardening or farming. Based on a study published in the Journal of Health Psychology, it is explained that farming is more effective in reducing stress than reading books. Another […]

Chemical Engineering UB Develops Redox Flow Battery Components from Banana Peels

By 2020, renewable energy is predicted to supply 12% of electricity needs in the USA and 20% in Europe. This encourages the advancement of large-scale and stable storage of electrical energy technology, that is battery. Batteries that are commonly used as energy storage devices for renewable energy power plants are lithium ion (Li-ion) batteries. This […]

UB Students Turn Factory Waste into Valuable Clean Energy

Sugar factory is an industry that produces hot liquid waste. This hot liquid waste is a waste from condenser activity used in the evaporation and cooking process. Part of the condenser wastewater is discharged directly into the environment without undergoing treatment due to the limited capacity of the temperature reducing unit. The condenser wastewater content […]

MOOSPIN, Automatic Milking Device & Sterilizer Using Plasma

The dairy farming in Indonesia is still classified as conventional. This can make milk easily contaminated with the environment. Determined to increase the production and quality of the milk, three Universitas Brawijaya (UB) students designed an innovative automatic milking device and sterilizer using the non-thermal plasma sterilization method. This idea was initiated by Electrical Engineering […]

Mechanical Engineering Fertilizer Sprayers Help Kediri Residents Increase the Agricultural Production

Kediri, with an area of ​​2,574 ha of rice fields can produce 19,657 tons of rice in 2018 (BPS Kota Kediri). One of the agricultural areas is Wonosari Hamlet, Bujel Village, Mojoroto District, Kediri City. According to local farmers, there are several obstacles faced when farming, one of which is the process of applying fertilizer […]

Corn Sorting Machine Created by UB Students Supports the Agricultural Sector

The agricultural sector is one of the highest contributors to Gross Domestic Product (GDP) as well as the largest absorber of labor in Indonesia. In 2019 the Central Statistics Agency (BPS) noted that as much as 29.5% of the total population of Indonesia depends on the agricultural sector. In the same year, the agricultural sector […]

Engineering Students Initiate Shared Space to Overcome Traffic Density

Population growth in Malang City is increasing every year, both natives and migrants. Traffic congestion is inevitable along with the increasing use of motor vehicles. One of the centers of this density is Jalan Bendungan Sigura-gura, Sumbersari District, Malang City. There are two universities (Universitas Brawijaya and Malang National Institute of Technology) located in the […]

Synergy of the Faculty of Engineering and Medicine UB Creating a Multifunctional Incubator

According to the World Health Organization (WHO), in 2018 as many as 7,000 newborns in the world died every day. In Indonesia alone, about 185 per day with about 15/1000 live babies. Some factors of newborn mortality in Indonesia are 34% prematurity, 7% hypothermia, and 6% jaundice (ikterus, yellow babies). In order to reduce the […]

Chemical Engineering UB New Innovation in Kefir Separation

Fresh milk production in East Java ranks first in national milk production and reaches more than five hundred thousand tons (Central Statistics Agency, 2019). In line with the high milk production, it is important to diversify dairy products to convert excess amounts of fresh milk. One example of a dairy product is kefir. Kefir is […]

PKKMB Faculty of Engieering’ Department level Attended by 1300 New Students Online

Introduction to Campus Life for New Students (PKKMB) Faculty of Engineering, Universits Brawijaya (FTUB) continues. On this second day, Tuesday, September 22, 2020, new students will be focused on their respective majors. At the PKKMB at the Department level, all freshmen were welcomed by department leaders, lecturers, and student association activists for each department online. […]

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