Students: Annisa Azzahra Munir, Nina Mariana, Faisal Anggito
Supervisor: Ir. Wahyu Purwakusuma, MSc
This research is motivated by the issue of environmental pollution and social problems that arise around the Galuga sub-district, Bogor regency. This study aims to treat leachate water in the Final Disposal Site (TPA) galuga into liquid fertilizer, by utilizing phytoremediation by hyperaccumulator plants such as Kiambang.
Research can be used as an alternative to reducing waste, as well as environmentally friendly waste management.
Liquid fertilizer-based products that are easily applied.
Students: Dian Puspita Sari, Avia Maulidina, Arrizky Galih, Renita Devinica, and Vitriara Ahsana
Supervisor: Salahuddin El Ayyubi., Lc, M.A.
DE-STRESS CARD is a mental health education media intended for adolescents who are in the transition to adulthood. DE-STRESS CARD combines the methods of role play and also the task of adolescent development. The DE-STRESS CARD game kit uses card media and can be played by 4 to 8 players plus a moderator.
Introducing the importance of the role of mental health for adolescents by understanding the tasks of adolescent development through the role play method.
- Can improve interaction and mutual understanding between players.
- Can improve the knowledge and attitudes of players towards adolescent mental health through playful methods.
- 3. Can be a simulator for adolescents in facing adolescent developmental tasks.
- If the counseling teacher guides the course of the game by becoming a moderator, then it can improve the quality of the relationship between the counseling guidance teacher and his students.
Potential of Maggot (Hermetia illucens) Protein Hydrolyzate as Antidiabetic to Support the Achievement of Zero Hunger in SDGs
Students: Imam Ali Alzaini Bycahqi, Muhammad Rifqi Janjani, Cepty Rohmawati
Supervisor: Prof. drh. Tutik Wresdiyati, Ph, D
Free amino acids in maggot protein can be increased through the enzymatic hydrolysis process. Some types of free amino acids have insulinotropic abilities that can bully insulin synthesis. This ability needs to be tested for its hypoglycemic effect using hyperglycemic mouse models. Research on the use of maggot hydrolyzate as a candidate for antidiabetic products is still lacking. Therefore, this study was conducted to prove that maggot protein hydrolyzate has the potential to be a candidate for a new breakthrough in the biomedical field as an antidiabetic product.
The findings of this drug preparation have uses as an antihyperglycemia which has great potential as an antidiabetic. This potential needs to be done further research using in vitro tests using the enzyme dipeptidyl peptidase 4 and in vivo tests using animal models of diabetes and histological approaches to prove that maggot hydrolyzate is indeed capable as an antidiabetic. The targeted treatment object is humans with type 1 and 2 diabetes.
The advantage of this finding is that the maggot protein is thought to work as an insulin stimulator, a precursor hormone, and the price is relatively cheaper than insulin injections.