Determining the status of a species must be based on solid scientific evidence with strict criteria.
Results from our preliminary study strongly challenge the assumption that Indonesian parents are barriers to the delivery of school-based sexual health education.
Big Food companies producing ulta-processed foods are using a range of key market and political practices to increase their reach, particularly in developing countries.
Overlooking people with disability in disaster preparations and responses makes them even more vulnerable. A new partnership has shown they can play meaningful and active roles.
The COVID-19 pandemic has decimated many opportunities for those who were already financially disadvantaged.
The Indonesian government is criticised for using the pandemic as an excuse to repress.
Indonesia, as well as many other countries that will see an increase in Afghan refugees and asylum seekers, will be put to a test of humanity and will have to act quickly.
In Indonesia, village administrations are the closest to the community and in the best position to help citizens.
The first ancient human DNA from the Indonesian island of Sulawesi — and the wider Wallacea islands group — sheds light on the early human history of the region.
Soeharto’s rise to become the billionaire autocrat of the world’s fourth largest country would have seemed very unlikely in his childhood.
To put an end to discriminatory laws and practices, more fundamental reforms are needed.
The pandemic has battered the arts and culture sector in Indonesia. Many producers and organizers have been forced to cancel events, concerts and movie releases.
Failing to understand the language will prevent Indonesia from reaping the full benefits of its economic relationship with China.
Physicians and other health professionals’ dedication to fighting COVID-19 reflects the commitments of Indonesian physicians and medical students in colonial times.
Our latest study finds that the complexities of Indonesia’s COVID-19 data management have contributed to this problem.
The Indonesian government should consider opening its plan to the world by turning Bali into a “Zoom island”.
As the saying goes, you can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink. Just because students are given the freedom to learn, it does not mean they will.
Residents of flood-prone areas have been counting on local knowledge and community support to deal with floods for centuries. Can scientists work with them to better understand floods?
Toba eruption caused temperatures to plummet by up to 10°C in some regions – but not where most humans lived.
Our latest research recommends that Indonesia build a partnership with Australia to develop resilient and responsive healthcare supply chains using modern digital technologies.