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Science and Applied Research in a 3-helix setting,The Maluku Case

Co-chairs Indonesia and The Netherlands
Semuel Leunufna, Universitas Pattimura, Ambon, Indonesia
Frits Blessing, The Netherlands
Topic
This session will focus on aligning science and applied research in a triple-helix setting. The ‘Resilient Society’ agenda of SPIN encompasses many issues playing a major role in Maluku. Many choices can still be made greenfield here, which opens opportunities for science and research based pilots and decision making.
Central questions
Most Indonesian characteristics (islands) and biodiversity is available on Maluku, which influences also socio-economic developments. How can science help to develop solutions for:
1. Blue Economy in a way it supports nutrition, health, trade and connectivity?
2. Green Economy in a way it supports nutrition, health, and trade?
3. Community participation in avoiding waste and maintaining biodiversity?
How does interdisciplinarity play a role in your session?
The workshop addresses challenges that are by nature interdisciplinary in content (science and research) and participants (universities, companies, government, communities).  A very practical how-to approach will be applied during the workshop.
The session involves speakers and participants from universities, knowledge institutes, companies and government from Maluku.
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