Through this L-RAMP, leading institutions Yayasan KHaula Karya (KHaula) and Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB), along with Indonesian field partners, will provide support for student and grassroots inventors who are working to advance the broad objectives of sustainable development.
What does IPB stand for?
IPB stands for Institut Pertanian Bogor (Indonesian: Bogor Agricultural Institute)
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We have 93 other meanings of IPB in our Acronym Attic
- Image Processing Board
- Improved PB
- In-Plane Bending
- Incentive Performance Bonus
- Information Policy Board (Australia)
- Initial Participation Branch (US Department of Education)
- Insanity Prawn Boy
- Installation Planning Board
- Installation Property Book
- Institut Paul Bocuse (French: Paul Bocuse Institute)
- Institute of Plant Biology
- Institute of Plant Breeding (Philippines)
- Integrated Production Bundle (oil and gas drilling)
- Intelligence Preparation of the Battlefield
- Intelligence Preparation of the Battlespace
- Intelligence Preparation of the Border (US Border Patrol)
- Intelligence Property Book
- Intelligent Preparation of the Battlespace
- Interactive Processing Branch
- Intercept Priorities Board
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The mission statement of the Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB) in Indonesia places a priority on producing graduates equipped to compete for international jobs.
Independent Study by IPB of Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) Suppliers' Plantations Delivers Landmark Research JAKARTA, Indonesia -- A first-of-its-kind landmark research project, carried out at Asia Pulp & Paper (APP) pulpwood suppliers' areas in South Sumatra, by academics at Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB), Bogor Agricultural University in Indonesia has been honoured at the Indonesian Green Awards, for successfully proving the positive impact of plantation forestry on degraded peat land and greenhouse gas emissions.