• Post date: 10/10/2019 - 11:16

    Cooking oil or cooking oil waste is usually only disposed of by housewives and street food stalls selling various types of food, from small businesses. Whereas waste cooking oil waste is a type of waste that is quite polluting the environment, because it is non-polar so it cannot dissolve in polar water. So when thrown into the waters of used cooking oil it is difficult to lose.

    Students of Science Study Program FMIPA UNY who joined the Entrepreneurship Student Creativity Program (PKMK) team namely Hasan Ashari, Asri Novianti, C. Nulat Panggayuh Mahardika, Wahana Cahya Wibawa...

  • Post date: 10/10/2019 - 11:07

    Students of FMIPA UNY won 1st place in the 2016 Scientific in Action National Scientist in Action (SIA) FMIPA ITS 2016 Competition, which was held by BEM FMIPA of the Ten November Institute of Technology. The event was one of a series of great events of ITS FMIPA. In this competition the UNY Team was represented by Herianto (Science Education 2013), Anggistia Devianti Iswanto (Science Education 2013), and Dinar Indah Lufita Sari (Chemistry 2014), they were members of the KSI-Mist UKM FMIPA UNY. In the event, the second and third place winners were won by the...

  • Post date: 12/07/2019 - 10:50

    Students of FMIPA succeed in making an innovation that is making BIOPLASGA: Bioplastic Elephant Grass Cellulose (Pennisetum Purpureum) With the Addition of Chitosan and Castor Oil for Plasticizers. Research students in this Student Research Creativity Program are Hestiana (Science Education), Mahclisatul Qolbiyah, Yashinta Devi (Chemistry) with a supervisor Dr. Eli Rohaeti, M.Sc. Hastiana explained that so far elephant grass has only been used as cattle feed, sometimes even only considered as a nuisance crop. contains 32.4% cellulose and 12.6% lignin. The high...