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The Finance Ministry launched a podcast dubbed D'Maestro focusing on state finance policies and issues.
Tempo data survey says most MSMEs are optimizing their online sales activities through e-commerce platforms and social media channels amid pandemic.
President Jokowi, at the 26th National Technology Day Ceremony, expresses his desire to develop nickel into electric vehicles.
Indonesian Education Ministry along with tech giant Google cooperate with six domestic manufacturers to develop local Chromebooks.
The Association for Education and Teachers (P2G) asks Minister Nadiem Makarim to cancel the plan to conduct a national assessment amid the pandemic.
Coordinating Minister Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan said Indonesia would soon launch its homegrown IT hardware, namely the Merah Putih laptops and tablets.
LIPI researcher analyzes why some Indonesian scientists pursue careers overseas.
President Jokowi urges National Police to master the needed science and technology (Iptek) and skills to fend off threats.
An RSCM psychiatrist explains there are at least three factors that make people easily influenced by hoaxes.
Jokowi asks Indonesian to broaden and deepen the Pancasila values through extraordinary ways.
Coordinating Minister Luhut Pandjaitan said the government is set to accelerate its net zero emission goal that was initially set for 2060.
Without a solid ecosystem in place, the Algorithm Hill project could well be mere business cunning out to grab tax deductions and import duty waivers.
Budiman Sudjatmiko said the project of Algorithm Hill, Indonesia's version of Silicon Valley, will commence in May.
Financial inclusion is important for boosting shared prosperity across Indonesia.
How Grab is creating safe and easy access to financial services in the city of Jayapura.
The Indonesian chapter of UNDP's Accelerator Lab is launched on Wednesday, March 24.
The Indonesian government has not decided yet on which 5G technology it will adopt, citing the geopolitics surrounding this technology.
Minister Sri Mulyani fears the rapid growth of digital economy may cause income disparity and create a large gap between two demographics.
Besides delivering speed, security and convenience, technology has opened up new earning opportunities through the digital economy.
President Jokowi reveals the five most popular training courses in the pre-employment card program.