Energy, food crises top Asian science camp's agenda
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM With global food and energy crises in full swing, young scientists will come to the rescue in the nick of time and save Indonesia and the world from catastrophe. President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono voiced his hopes during a meeting with more than 400 participants in the Asian Science Camp at Tampaksiring State Palace in Bali on Tuesday. The President said he expected the scientists ...
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