Teaching Factory and Spin-off

Teaching Factory of Honeybees Product
Funders: Rispro Ministry of Finance
Project Researcher: Dr. Sahlan, Dr. dr. Siti Farida, Dr. Apriliana C. Khayrani, Dr. dr. Robiatul Adawiyah, Dr. Sri Angky Soekanto

Honeybee business has high economic value by producing honeybee products in the form of honey, royal jelly, bee pollen, beeswax, propolis, and venom. All are collected and used by people for various nutritional and medicinal purposes. To name one, propolis is widely used as traditional medicine since ancient times used to treat many diseases. Furthermore, propolis was reported to have an immunomodulatory effect. The Center conducts preclinical studies and standardizes the parameter quality according to traditional medicine requirements. The bee’s products have been researched for various products of traditional medicine based on medicine such as propolis for COVID-19, periodontist treatment to inhibit teeth demineralization, an antifungal for Candida albicans, fluor albus, anti-breast cancer using Apic cerana (bee venom).

 

Teaching Factory of National Medical Implant
Funders: Rispro Ministry of Finance
Project Researcher: Dr. Sugeng Supriadi, Dr. Ahmad Zakiyudin, Dr. Yudan Whulanza, Dr. Rahyussalim, Dr. Prasetyanugraheni Kreshanti

By 2050, an estimated 6.3 million people a year will have hip fractures and more than half of them are in Asia. It is estimated that Indonesia’s population of 50-70 years will grow 135% to 13 million. An implant system will be designed and constructed by the Center linked to the National Research and Innovation Agency, Medical Schools, and Academic Hospitals to verify and validate through clinical testing before industrialized. The implant that has been developed such as titanium-based hip/knee implant that meant to be fast and customized suited with the Indonesian consumers. Furthermore, degradable materials such as magnesium and polylactic acid polymer also has been initiated.

 

Spin-Off Projects
Funders: Industries
Project Researcher: Dr. Basari, Dr. Tomy Abuzairi

The Research Center has promoted spin-off projects and activated conventions with hubs of industrial technology. Cooperating with private and public institutions to study specific applied problems that need advanced or innovative solutions, provides an instrument to bridge the gap between academic and industrial research. During the pandemic Covid-19, the Center supports the “collaborative governance” model, the critical elements include cooperation between the government’s agencies, coordination with non-governmental organizations and major associations, and mobilization of resources to provide the essential medical devices to fight COVID-19 such as Ventilator, High Flow Nasal Cannula, Oxygen concentrator, Detection Aid that has been commercialized in the market.