Research fails to propel business
The Jakarta Post
A wide gap between the ideas of local researchers and demands of industrial firms has pushed the results of academic research on the shelf as they cannot be transformed into marketable goods.
Narrowing this gap may be the main challenge in successfully bringing Indonesia’s greatest minds together.
According to Gadjah Mada University (UGM) business development and incubation direct...
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