Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) prioritizes its research in the field of food, energy, maritime, biodiversity and so on. The priorities are related to the reference of the sustainable development goals. It was said by Deputy of Social Sciences and Humanities of LIPI, Tri Nuke Pudjiastuti on the sidelines of Workshop on Science Diplomacy in Jakarta on Monday (12/03) to Voice of Indonesia. She said the research priority has become a challenge for LIPI so that its research can be explored by others.
“The upcoming challenge for LIPI is how to deliver the research outcome to national and global stakeholders in which it is not bilaterally, but multilaterally and here LIPI is building multi-polar in a position as the second track. It is the big power we have,” Tri Nuke said.
Tri Nuke explained the research output of LIPI must provide solution of the problem being researched, so it will give positive impact for Indonesian interest in particular, and can be beneficial for world's interest. (VOI/Ahmad Faisal/AHM)