1 Annex I Annex II Annex III EXECUTIVE PROGRAM OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNOLOGICAL CO-OPERATION BETWEEN THE ITALIAN REPUBLIC AND THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA Second Session of Italy Indonesia Joint Committee Rome, December 1 2, 2003 Based on art. 5 of the Agreement on Scientific and Technological Co-operation between Italy and Indonesia, which was signed in Jakarta on 20th October 1997, and came into force on 18th April 2000, the II Session of the Italian Indonesian Joint Committee was held in Rome on December 1st-2nd 2003 to examine the present state, further develop the scientific and technological cooperation between the two Countries, and define the new Executive Program for the years The Italian delegation was led by Minister Mr. Lucio Alberto Savoia, Deputy Director General, General Directorate for Cultural Promotion and Co-operation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The Indonesian delegation was led by Mrs. Sriworo B. Harijono, Deputy Minister for Research Science and Technology Program, Ministry of Research and Technology. The members of the two delegations are given in Annex I. The following agenda was adopted: 1. Present state of scientific and technological co-operation 2. New Program of co-operation 3. Planning of future meetings The institutions in charge of the co-ordination and the realisation of the present Program are: For the Italian side: Ministry of Foreign Affairs, General Directorate for Cultural Promotion and Co-operation. For the Indonesian side: Ministry of Research and Technology. 1. Present state of scientific and technological co-operation The two parties have agreed to recognise the growing importance of science and technology for the economic, social and cultural development of the two Countries. The parties are pleased to underline: 1. The role of the Italian Embassy in Jakarta, especially in its active coordination and continuous support of the bilateral scientific and technological cooperation; 2. The favourable trend in scientific relations between the two countries and their satisfaction with
2 the Agreements and Protocols for the scientific and technological cooperation between Indonesia and Italy signed between the concerned institutions of both countries and implemented in the period Similar bilateral Agreements in areas of common interest will be further encouraged by both parties. 3. The success of several bilateral scientific seminars in research fields of common interest. The list of activities implemented within the previous Executive Program for scientific and technological cooperation between Indonesia and Italy is presented in Annex II. The Indonesian party acknowledges its satisfaction with the fellowships offered by the Italian party to Indonesian scientists within the framework of the previous Executive Program. The two parties also acknowledge the strong cooperation built on the Previous Executive Program, noting also that some activities are still continuing under different schemes. Moreover, some of the activities were also submitted as specific proposals within the European Union Program in order to get funding. Therefore, the two parties encourage the continuation in the future of other projects under the previous Executive Program. The two parties, considering the good relationships between the two Countries, have stressed the need to develop and further the co-operation in the fields of science and technology. The Italian party acknowledges a strengthened co-operation between the Ministry of Research and Technology of Indonesia and the International Centre for Science and High Technology United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (ICS-UNIDO) of Trieste (Italy) and encourages the signing of an Intent of Joint Co-operation. 2. New Program of co-operation for the years In the period August 20th - September 30th 2003 a joint call for proposals has been launched to collect bilateral projects in the following priority areas: a) Energy and New Energy Sources, Fuel Cells, and High Energy Physics; b) Appropriate Technologies for Small and Medium Enterprises Development, Incubator Technology Centre; c) Emerging Technologies (Laser Technology, Robotics, Nano-Technologies) and New Materials; d) Information and Communication Technology; e) Air-spatial Sector, Space Science and Technology; f) Physics and Astrophysics; g) Biotechnology, Agriculture and Food; h) Earth and Marine Sciences, and Environment Preservation; i) Medicine and Health (including Genomic and Neuroscience); j) Quality Assessment, Standardisation and Certification, and IPR; k) Archaeology, Monument Building Preservation and Restoring. A total number of 19 proposals have been received by the Italian side. A total number of 33 proposals have been received by the Indonesian side. However, only 19 project proposals were received in both Countries. The two Parties, in deciding which projects should be given priority financial support, have agreed on the following criteria: scientific relevance of the project; impact on the bilateral S&T relations; potentialities for creating R&D;
3 Based on these criteria 17 projects have been selected to be granted financial support for the exchange of researchers. The list of the selected projects is given in Annex III. The administrative and financial provisions for the implementation of the Program are given in Annex IV. The Italian party will consider granting a financial contribution to significant bilateral research projects. A preliminary list of such projects is given in Annex V. Financial support will be granted upon evaluation of the applications to be submitted according to indications that will be given by the Italian side. In addition to the above projects, the parties agree that previous joint seminars, symposia, workshops and lectures have contributed significantly to the cooperation between the two countries, and therefore see favourably the implementation of such joint seminars, symposia, workshops and lectures in the future. For 2004, both parties express their interest in: 1) Round Table on "Eco-Hydrology: River Load and eutrophication" The event will be organized in collaboration with Istituto di Ricerca sulle Acque (IRSA-CNR), the Indonesian Ministry for Research and Technology, the Indonesian Institute of Science (LIPI) and the International Hydrological Programme (IHP) -UNESCO in Jakarta. 2) Indonesian-Italian Workshop on Information Communication Technologies: Knowledge management and Service Oriented Computing The workshop will be organized in collaboration with the "Centro per la Ricerca Scientifica e Tecnologica di Trento" and the University of Trento and with the Indonesian Ministry for Research and Technology, Universitas Indonesia (Jakarta) and Institut of Technology of Bandung. 3) Indonesian-Italian Workshop on Wood research and industrial needs for the forestrywood sector The workshop will be organized in collaboration with the Istituto per la Valorizzazione del Legno e delle Specie Arboree (IVALSA-CNR), The Italian Trade Commission in Jakarta (ICE) and with the Indonesian Ministry for Research and Technology, the Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology-BPPT, and the Indonesia Furniture Industry & Handicraft Association. 4) Round table on "Improving the Indonesian-Italian Co-operation through the Participation to European Union Programs on Research and Technology" The Round table will be organized in collaboration with the Italian Ministry for Education, University and Research (MIUR), ENEA and with the Indonesian Ministry for Research and Technology. 3. Planning of future meetings The two parties have agreed that, in order to define the Program of co-operation for the years , the next session of the Joint Committee will be held in Jakarta. Details about the date will be agreed upon through diplomatic channels. All initiatives foreseen in this Program will be carried out within the limits of the budgets and according to the rules prevailing in each Country.
4 Any amendment to the text of this Program has to be authorised by the competent Ministries and carried out through diplomatic channels. The present Program for the years will remain into force until the signature of the next one, but no longer than one year after its expiration. The present document, including the Annexes 1,2,3,4,5 which are an integral part of it, has been drawn up in Rome, on December 2nd 2003, in two originals in English language, both texts being valid. For the Italian side: Mr. Lucio Alberto Savoia Deputy Director General General Directorate for Cultural Promotion and Co-operation Ministry of Foreign Affairs For the Indonesian side: Mrs. Sriworo B. Harijono, Deputy Minister for Research Science and Technology Program Ministry of Research and Technology Annex I: Members of the two delegations AnnexII: List of activities implemented within the Executive Program Annex III: List of the selected projects Annex IV: Administrative and financial provisions Annex V : Significant bilateral projects. Annex I :Members of the two delegations Head of the Indonesian delegation Mrs. Sriworo B. Harijono Deputy Minister for Research Science and Technology Program, Ministry of Research and Technology (MoRT) Members Mr. Ardito M. Kodijat Assistant to the Deputy Minister for International Research, Science and Technology Cooperation, MoRT Mr. Andi Eka Sakya Assistant to the Deputy Minister for Strategic and Priority Research, Science and Technology Program, MoRT Mr. Dja far Husein Senior Official at the Ministry of Foreing Affairs Mr. Wahib Abduljawad Minister Counsellor, Indonesian Embassy Rome Head of the Italian delegation Minister Mr. Lucio Alberto Savoia, Deputy Director General, General Directorate for Cultural Promotion and Co-operation, Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
5 Members Counsellor Marco Del Panta Ridolfi Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Head of V Office (S.&T. Cooperation), General Directorate for Cultural Promotion and Co-operation Secretary Massimo Carnelos Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Deputy Head of V Office (S.&T. Cooperation),General Directorate for Cultural Promotion and Co-operation Secretary Benedetto Giuntini Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Secretary of Legation, General Directorate for the Countries of Asia, Oceania, Pacific and Antarctica Ms. Lucilla Alagna Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Science Expert. Mr. Piero Di Porto Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Consultant Ms Elena De Simone Ministry of Education, University and Research Mr. Andrea Fasulo National Research Council (CNR) Mr. Raymond Tavares ICS, Trieste Mr. Carlo Naldi Politecnico di Torino Annex II: List of Implemented activities within the Executive Program Indonesia-Italy Workshops Indonesia-Italy Seminar on Renewable Energy for Sustainable Development Prospect for Regional Autonomy Development Jakarta, 3-5 June 2002 Indonesia-Italy Seminar on New Horizon in Thalassemia Control. Understanding the Genetic and Environmental Factors, which Modify the Phenotype Diversity in ß - Thalassemia: its Implication in the Prevention Program Indonesia-Italy Workshop on Remote Sensing and Small Satellite Technology for Natural Resources Inventory, Monitoring and Management Jakarta, June 2002 Jakarta, November 2002 Indonesia-Italy Workshop on e-government for the Development Jakarta, 7-8 October 2003 Indonesia-Italy Workshop on Future Trends in Molecular Medicine Jakarta, December 2003 Open Science Meeting on Indonesian - Italian S&T Co-operation
6 Lecture on University-Industry Partnership: The polytechnic of Turin scientific support activity in favour of the development of Small and Medium sized Enterprises by Prof. Carlo Naldi (Polytechnic of Turin) Jakarta, 10 June 2003 Lecture on Operational Oceanography: New perspectives in coastal and marine waters management by Dr. Giuseppe R. Manzella (ENEA-Marine Environment Research Centre) Lecture on RNA as therapeutic molecule by Prof. Irene Bozzoni (University of Rome La Sapienza ) Lecture on Status and perspectives of solar energy technologies and market: the research demand by Dr. Anna De Lillo (ENEA-Casaccia) Lecture on Hydrogen and Fuel Cell : CNR-ITAE activities and strategy" by Dr. Gaetano Cacciola (CNR-ITAE) Jakarta, 29 September 2003 Jakarta, 2 October 2003 Jakarta, 18 November 2003 Jakarta, 8 December 2003 Lecture on Management of Coastal Lagoons by Dr. Giulio Izzo (ENEA-Casaccia) Jakarta,15December 2003 In co-operation with the International Center for Science and High Technology (ICS) Trieste International Meeting on Recycling and EDPs from Renewable Resources Jakarta, 11-14/09/01 Training Course on The Technology Management Serpong, 12-16/11/01 Training Course on Optical Fibre Communications Serpong, 28/10-1/11/02 Training/Workshop on Technology Management and Innovation Bogor, 11-15/08/2003 Training Course on Laser technology Jakarta, June 2001 Exchange of visits of Italian and Indonesian Researchers in the framework of the Executive Program on S&T co-operation ( ) No. Name Dispatching Institution 1 Carlo Cerrano Università di Genova EMS 3 2 Barbara Calcinai Università di Ancona EMS 4 3 Simone Grego 4 Francesca Farioli CIRPS, Università La Sapienza di Roma CIRPS, Università La Sapienza di Roma 5 Gian Nicola Babini ISTEC-CNR 6 Enrico Porceddu 7 Eddo Rugini Università degli Studi della Tuscia-Viterbo Università degli Studi della Tuscia-Viterbo Project Receiving Institution Length of stay Universitas Ratulangi - Manado Universitas Ratulangi - Manado 19/05-04/06/ /05-04/06/2002 ENG 2 BPPT 01-15/06/2002 ENG 3 BPPT 01-15/06/2002 ATSME 2 and 4 BPPT 04-05/07/02 EPAB 1 Biotech Centre BPPT 03-08/11/2002 EPAB 2 Biotech Centre BPPT 03-08/11/ Enrico Pé Università di Milano EPAB 1 Biotech Centre BPPT 03-08/11/ Dario Andreozzi Alenia Spazio Space 1 BPPT 25-28/11/02
7 10 Enrico Pé Università di Milano EPAB 1 Biotech Centre BPPT 8-21/01/ Yenni Bakhtiar Biotech Centre BPPT EPAB 1 12 Linda Novita Biotech Centre BPPT EPAB 1a Università degli Studi della Tuscia-Viterbo Università degli Studi di Milano 1/4/ /6/2003 1/4/ /6/ Rismita Sari Bogor Botanical Garden - LIP EPAB 1a Università degli Studi di Milano 1/4/ 30/6/ Juwartina Ida Royani Biotech Centre BPPT EPAB 2 15 Deden Rosid Waltam Biotech Centre BPPT EPAB 4 Università degli Studi della Tuscia-Viterbo Università degli Studi di Milano 1/4/ 30/6/2003 1/5/ 31/7/2003 Additional Training of Indonesian Scientist in Italy in Bioceramics and Traditional Ceramics No. Name Dispatching Institution Training Activities in Italy Length of stay 1 Ratih Lenganati M.ENg BATAN, National Atomic Energy Institute Training in preparation of Hydrocsiapatit dusks for Medical application 2 Months 2 Dra. Ni Putu Muliawati BPPT, The Agency for the Assessment and Application of Technology Training in the development and characterization of pigments for traditional ceramics 2 Months 3 Yanto Nugroho SE BBIK, Institute of Ceramics in Bandung Trainng in University of Momdena in Raw Material Characterization for traditional ceramics 2 Months 4 Dr. Ferdianshah University of Airlangga Training in Orthopedy in Agostino Gemelli Hospital 2 Weeks Annex III:List of the Selected Projects CODE : TENM 1 R&D of thin film gas sensor for detecting the composition of traditional medicine ITC- irst Dott. Mario ZEN Research Centre for Advanced Technology, National Nuclear Energy Agencies Dr. SUDJATMOKO CODE : TIC 2 Functional design aspects of future generation wireless systems (Beyond 3G) Ist. Sup.MarioBoella Dott. Alfredo BIOCCA Univ. of Indonesia Dr. Dadang GUNAWAN 3 Enhancement of Science and Technology Information Ist. Sup. Mario Boella Dott. Agostino MONCALVO Ministry for Research and Technology Dr. Utari BUDIHARDJ
8 CODE : TIS 4 The development of third intermediary institution as part of sustainable innovation policy for S&T based SMEs I3P Dott. Gianni GUERRA Ministry of Research and Technology Dr. Andy Eka SAKYA CODE : ATR 5 Development of a methodology for preserving historical and monumental buildings based on real-time monitoring and active control Univ. Trento Dott. Riccardo ZANDONINI Dep.of Civil Engineering, ITB Dr. Made SUARJANA CODE : MS 6 Hepatitis C virus (HCV) and Hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection in Indonesia and Italy Univ.Trieste Centro studi fegato e Dip.BBCM Dott.Claudio TIRIBELLI Eiikman Inst. for Molecular Biology Dr. David Handojo MULJONO SpPD PhD 7 Origin and genetic affiliations of the ethnic populations of the Wallacea Region of Indonesia Univ. Bari Dip.Zoologia Dott. Mila TOMMASEO- PONZETTA Eijkman Inst. for Molecular Biology Dr. Herawati SUDOYO CODE : BA 8 Expression and significance of phytochrome on micropropagation of teak wood Univ. Tuscia Viterbo Dott. Eddo RUGINI Centre for the Assessment of Biotechnology -BPPT Dr.Nadirman Haska, APU 9 Molecular approaches to study diversity of Ectomycorrhizal Fungi in Indonesian Dipterocarp Forest Facoltà di Scienze Mat, Fis Nat. Univ. Tuscia Viterbo Dott.Angelo RAMBELLI Centre for the Assessment of Biotechnology -BPPT Dr. Yenni BAKHTIAR 10 Development of pinus merkusii biochemical trait (oloeresin) for breeding program CNR IVALSA Trees and Timber Institute Dott. Claudio POLLINI Centre for Forest Biotechnology and Tree Improvement Dr. Nur MASRIPATIN Capillary bio-opted for direct monitoring of environmental pollutants in field Molecular techniques to develop parthenocarpic fruit in tropical species Univ. Firenze Dip. Chimica Dott. Marco MASCINI Univ. Verona Dip.ScientificoTecnologico Dott. Angelo SPENA Chem. and Biorsensors GroupDep. of Chemistry Dr. Bambang KUSWANDI Inst. Agricultural Biotechnology and Genetic Resources Drs. Saptowo J. PARDAL 13 Development of parthenocarpic lines in tomato and salac Istituto Sperimentale per l Orticoltura (ISPORT) Dott. Giuseppe Leonardo ROTINO Indonesian Agricultural Biotechnology and Genetic Resources Dr. Mariska IKA
9 CODE : EF 14 Assessment and Development of Hydrogen Fuel Cell in Indonesia CNR-ITAE Dott. Vincenzo ANTONUCCI Ministry of Research andtechnology Dr. Bambang PRASETYA CODE : STA 15 Coral-associated micro-organisms as a source of new bioactive compounds Univ. Genova Dott. Elena ZOCCHI Dr. Ocky Karna RADJASA 16 Bioerosive processes of the coral reef in the North Sulawesi DIPTERIS- Univ. Genova Dott. Carlo CERRANO Faculty of Fishery and Marine Science Dr. Laurentius LALAMENTIKl 17 Management of Coastal Lagoons ENEA Dott. Giulio IZZO Marine and Fisheries Research Agency Dr. Indroyono SOESILO Annex IV:Administrative and Financial Provisions Financial Provisions for implementing the joint research projects listed in Annex 2 under the II Italian-Indonesia Executive Program of S&T Co-operation for the period The financed projects of the present Program are exclusively mentioned in the Annex 3. For each project listed in Annex 3 will be financed yearly 1 short term stay (10 days) or 1 long term stay (1 or 2 months). Only researchers with nationality of the two parties will be entitled to the exchange. The travel expenses between the two capitals shall be borne by the sending party, while the receiving party shall bear the expenses of lodging and bording by means of an all inclusive cash allowance. The host party shall provide medical insurance coverage, on the basis of the rules in force in each Country, against accidents and illnesss, excluding already existing and chronic diseases. The researchers have to submit to the host Country, within 30 days after finishing their research, a final report on the activities of study carried out. The report should be co-signed by both the Indonesian and Italian researchers involved in the joint project. STAY OF INDONESIAN RESEARCHERS IN ITALY
10 The Italian Party will finance, yearly, for each project listed in Annex 3, 1 short term stay (10 days) or 1 long term stay (1 or 2 months). The application for both long and short term research stays shall be made exclusively through diplomatic channels, no less than two months before their beginning, to the Office V General Directorate for Cultural Promotion and Co-operation of the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The application concerning the research stay period shall be completed with the following documents, in two copies: 1) Letter of engagement of the host Institution; 2) Application Form undersigned by the Indonesian researcher comprehensive of personal and professional applicant data, title and approved list number of the research project, date and length of the visit, list of the institutes to visit (2 original application forms); the Application Form is available at following address: Attività Scientifiche, Mobilità dei ricercatori stranieri. 3) Detailed work program; 4) Curriculum Vitae of the researcher; 5) Letter of appointment by the head of the project (if the head of the project is not travelling in person). The above mentioned application shall be completed with a declaration, in which the researcher commits himself/herself: - to respect the indicated period of visit; - not to receive retributions by other International Organisations or Corporations during his/her stay; - not to change work program, destination and not to depart from Italy without authorisation; - to present, at the end of his/her research, a final report on the activities carried out; - to transmit to the INA Assitalia, Lungotevere Flaminio 34, Roma, notice of any accidents and/or illness which may have occurred in Italy for insurance purpose. Cancellations, unless seriously documented, shall prevent the hosting Party from accepting further applications for related missions. In order to cover the necessary insurance cost for the Indonesian researchers during their stay in Italy, each researcher is requested to send to the Italian Party (General Directorate for Cultural Promotion and Co-operation - Office V, Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Fax n.: ) a fax on the first day of arrival at the Italian Scientific Institution to notify his/her presence in Italy. The Italian Party shall provide 1300,00 Euro per month for long term stays (1 or 2 months) and 93,00 Euro per day for short term stays (10 days). The above amounts shall be paid to the Indonesian researchers entirely at their arrival in Italy. Indonesian researchers can receive the payments at the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs or at the nearest Provincial Treasury (Local Branch of the Banca d Italia). The preferred place of payment will be indicated in the Application Form. STAY OF ITALIAN RESEARCHERS IN INDONESIA The Indonesian Party will finance, yearly, for each project listed in Annex 3, up to two short term stay (10 days). The application for the short term research stays shall be made exclusively through diplomatic channels, no less than two months before their beginning, to the Deputy Minister for Research, Science and Technology Program, cq Asistant to the Deputy Minister for International Research, Science and Technology Cooperation.
11 The application concerning the research stay period shall be completed with the following documents, in two copies: 1. Letter of engagement of the host Institution; Application Form undersigned by the Italian researcher comprehensive of personal and professional applicant data, title and approved list number of the research project, date and length of the visit, list of the institutes to visit (2 original application forms); the application form is available by request via fax to or by to 2. Detailed work program; 3. Curriculum Vitae of the researcher; 4. Letter of appointment by the head of the project (if the head of the project is not travelling in person). The above mentioned application shall be completed with a declaration, in which the researcher commits himself/herself: - to respect the indicated period of visit; - not to receive retributions by other International Organisations or Corporations during his/her stay; - not to change work program, destination and not to depart from Italy without authorisation; - to present, at the end of his/her research, a final report on the activities carried out; - short term insurance will be provided while in Indonesia for any accidents and/or illness which may have occurred while in Indonesia. Cancellations, unless seriously documented, shall prevent the hosting Party from accepting further applications for related missions. In order to cover the necessary insurance cost for the Italian researchers during their stay in Indonesia, each researcher is requested to send to the Indonesian Party (Deputy Minister for Research, Science and Technology Program, cq Asistant to the Deputy Minister for International Research, Science and Technology Cooperation. Fax no.: ) a fax on the first day of arrival at the Indonesian Scientific Institution to notify his/her presence in Indonesia. The Indonesian Party shall provide hospitality (hotel accommodation, local transportation and meal) for the Italian researchers while in Indonesia. JOURNEY OF ITALIAN RESEARCHERS TRAVELLING TO INDONESIA Italian researchers willing to travel to Indonesia for stays at the local Institutions, must present, two months in advance the departure date, a formal application to the Italian Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Direzione Generale per la Promozione e la Cooperazione Culturale, Ufficio V, Piazzale della Farnesina 1, Roma. The Italian party will pay travelling expenses in economic class only. The application is to be completed with: - Name and address of the hosting Institution; - Foreseen dates of departure and arrival; - Title of the research s project; - Letter of invitation by the hosting Institution; - Declaration of Italian researcher with the engagement: to pay the due penalties in case of travel cancellation, to deliver travel documents (air tickets and boarding cards) within 15 days after returning and to write final report on the activities carried out; - Declaration of the project s co-ordinator concerning the participation of the researcher to the project (only in case the researcher is not the project s responsible). All the described rules are available at following
12 address:http://www.esteri.it/polestera/dgpcc/index.htm, Attività Scientifiche, Mobilità dei ricercatori Italiani. JOURNEY OF INDONESIAN RESEARCHERS TRAVELLING TO ITALY Indonesian researchers willing to travel to Italy for stays at the local Institutions, must present, two months in advance the departure date, a formal application to the Deputy Minister for Research, Science and Technology Program, cq Asistant to the Deputy Minister for International Research, Science and Technology Cooperation. Fax no.: The dispatching Institution in Indonesia will pay travelling expenses in accordance to the regulations. The Ministry of Research and Technology will provide administrative support for the travelling arrangement and permit. The application is to be completed with: - Name and address of the hosting Institution; - Foreseen dates of departure and arrival; - Title of the research s project; - Letter of invitation by the hosting Institution - Declaration of Italian researcher with the engagement: To write final report on the activities carried out; - Declaration of the project s co-ordinator concerning the participation of the researcher to the project (only in case the researcher is not the project responsible). Annex V:Significant bilateral projects 1 Bio-diversity and its Seasonal Variant in the Bunaken Marine Park, North Sulawesi Univ. Politecnica delle Marche Dip. Scienza del Mare Dott. Giorgio BAVESTRELLO Faculty of Fisher and Marine Science Dott.Siegfried BERHIMPON 2 Genetic factors which modify the phenotype diversity in B-thalassemia in Indonesia: its implication in the prevention program Ist.of Neuroscience and Neurogentics Dott. Antonio CAO Eijkman Inst. for Molecular Biology Dr. Iswari SETIANINGSIH
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