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Pemilihan Mahasiswa Berprestasi UNSOED 2011

by on Jun.13, 2011, under Story Life

mapresPada tanggal Senin dan Selasa, 9 – 10 Mei 2011 delapan mahasiswa terbaik perwakilan fakultas di Universitas Jenderal Soedirman berkompetisi dalam Pemilihan Mahasiswa Berprestasi Tingkat Universitas Jenderal Soedirman 2011.  Mahasiswa Berprestasi I Tingkat Universitas akan mengikuti seleksi Mahasiswa Berprestasi Tingkat Nasional.

Berikut ini adalah nama-nama mahasiswa berprestasi masing-masing Fakultas sesuai urutan gambar dari sebelah kiri yaitu Etjun Widhiarto dari FISIP dengan judul makalah “Internalisasi Budaya Jawa dalam Birokrasi”,Winda Ariyani dari FKIK dengan judul makalah “Potensi Rimpang Zingiber Officinale Dalam Terapi Kanker”, Neneng Astry Apriliana Ramadhan dari Fakultas Pertanian dengan judul makalah “Potensi Varietas Padi Golden Rice untuk Biofortifikasi Tanaman Pangan dalam Mengatasi Kekurangan Vitamin A di Indonesia”, Solikhatun Isnaini dari Fakultas Hukum dengan Judul Makalah “Analisis Kebijakan Pengelolaan Infrastruktur Jalan dan Jembatan di Kabupaten banyumas”, Fina Ariyana dari Fakultas Ekonomi dengan Judul Makalah “Waqf City Solution: Solusi Permodalan UMKM untuk Meningkatkan Daya Saing serta Efek Berkah bagi Umat”, Afifah Nur Shobah dari Fakultas Biologi dengan judul makalah “Maitakers (Maitake Krackers) sebagai Produk Pangan Fungsional bagi Penderita Kanker Payudara”, Meita Kartika Sapitri dari Fakultas Peternakan dengan Judul Makalah “Fermentasi Anaerob (silase) Meningkatkan Mutu Limbah bi Kayu sebagai Alternatif Pakan Sapi Potong Lokal”, dan saya sendiri Yusran Adhitya Kurniawan dari Fakultas Sains dan Teknik dengan judul makalah “Optimasi Pembangkitan Warna dengan Fungsi Afinitas pada Gambar Kuno Bersejarah untuk Memperkuat Fakta Sejarah dan Meningkatkan Kepedulian terhadap Sejarah bangsa Indonesia.

www.unsoed.ac.id/node/pemilihan-mahasiswa-berprestasi-unsoed-tahun-2011

My MAPRES'FriendBegitu menyenangkan dalam pemilihan berprestasi ini, karena kami berkompetisi tidak menjadi RIVAL, melainkan menjadi teman yang mendukung siapa saja nanti yang akan menjadi juara.1 dan mewakili UNSOED di tingkat Nasional. Dalam presentasi karya Tulis B.indonesia saya mendapat banyak sekali kritik dan saran, pada saat itu saya sudah berputus asa. namun temanku berkata “Yus, kamu masih bisa dengan memaksimalkan di Ujian B.Inggris, Organisasi, Kepribadian, dan Psikotes di hari esok. Saya pun semakin bersemangat, karena memang B.inggris sudah menjadi kesukaan saya. so when i meet the adjudicators. i show my best in English :).

Finally, The Result :

The Winner : Afifah Nur Shobah from Biology Faculty.

1st Runner Up : Meita Kartika Sapitri from Animal Science Faculty.

2nd Runner Up : Yusran Adhitya Kurniawan from Sciences and Engineering Faculty.

Together MAPRES UNSOED 2011Alhamdulillah, hanya kata itu yang bisa saya ucapkan. karena menjadi juara.3 (2nd runner up) merupakan sesuatu yang membanggakan bagi diri saya, keluarga, dosen, jurusan, dan fakultas tentunya. Persaingan dengan teman-teman yang lain benar-benar TOUGH COMPETITION, karena masing-masing memiliki kelebihan dan menjadi Mahasiswa Berprestasi III sudah menjadi berkah untuk saya karena untuk pertama kalinya saya bisa mewakili jurusan teknik (Teknik Elektro) di Fakultas Sains dan Teknik UNSOED ke tingkat Universitas. Setidaknya saya memiliki pengalaman dan pelajaran berharga selama pemilihan mahasiswa berprestasi UNSOED 2011 ini untuk adik-adik kelas saya nanti kedepannya, agar bisa lebih baik lagi. Selain itu, saya sangat mendukung AFIFAH NUR SHOBAH untuk lolos dalam pemilihan mahasiswa berprestasi tingkat Nasional membawa nama UNSOED.

Saya mengucapkan banyak terimakasih kepada:

1. Prof. Drs. Edy Suwono, PhD selaku Rektor Universitas Jenderal Soedirman dan Prof.Imam Santosa, Msi selaku Pembantu Rektor III UNSOED.

2. Ir. H. Purnama Sukardi, Ph.D, selaku Dekan Fakultas Sains dan Teknik, Universitas Jenderal Soedirman yang telah memberikan ijin mengikuti Seleksi Mahasiswa Berprestasi.

3. Gathot Heri Sudibyo, S.T., MT sebagai Pembantu Dekan III Fakultas Sains dan Teknik, Universitas Jenderal Soedirman yang telah memberikan kesempatan untuk mengikuti seleksi MAWAPRES 2011.

4. Hesti Susilawati, S.T., MT selaku Ketua Prodi Teknik Elektro yang telah memberikan dukungan untuk mengikuti Seleksi MAWAPRES 2011 ini.

5. Imron Rosyadi, S.T., M.Sc selaku dosen pembimbing yang telah banyak membimbing dan memberikan arahan dalam menyusun Karya Tulis Mahasiswa ini.

6. Semua pihak yang telah membantu dalam penyusunan Karya Tulis Mahasiswa ini, diantaranya Ryan, Opi, Besi, teman-teman Tek.Elektro yang setia mendukung Yusran serta tentunya keluarga Yusran di Cirebon.

Semoga segala bantuan dan motivasi kalian mendapat balasan dari Alloh.SWT. Jazakumulloh Khairan Katsiran.Amin.

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The Circulation of Electric Cigarette in INDONESIA

by on Aug.08, 2010, under Information Lifestyles

e-cigarettesAs we all know, electric cigarette or known by the dangers of e-cigarette with conventional cigarette in Indonesia have started circulating illegally. However, BPOM could not watch this product because the classification is not yet clear.

Nicotine Electronic Delivery System (ENDS) marketed under various names, including 'Electric cigarettes', 'ecigarro', 'electro-smoke', 'green CIG' and 'smartsmoker'.

This product is claimed to be an alternative for smokers who want to quit smoking. However, this product is basically as dangerous as conventional cigarettes, though no harm to others (there is no passive smokers).

Products manufactured in China for real already circulating in Indonesia is illegal manner. Although if you want to find a bit difficult. Products are usually marketed as 'door to door'.

“Because this product is illegal, then there is no guarantee of this product is healthy or not. And because it is illegal, then BPOM could not do surveillance,” said Dr. Danardi Sosrosumihardjo, Sp.KJ (K), the Director of Drugs Control Agency for Food and Drug Administration (BPOM ), in a media gathering at Kemenkes Building,.

According to Dr Danardi, there is no clear classification of these products, whether including cigarettes, product substitutions, medication or food, so until now, both BPOM and the Ministry of Health has not been able to oversee the circulation of this product.

In addition, for supervising ideally there should be two things, namely any of the content contained in these products and the producers who are responsible for its content. And these products do not have it both terms.

“Until now there has been no country that validate that this is an official product and is allowed to circulate. In some countries, including Indonesia, its circulation is still illegal,” explained Dr Danardi.

However, Dr Danardi confirmed that this product is as dangerous as conventional cigarettes, so that consumers are not fooled by the labels that use the word 'Health', as it turns out this is not a healthy product.

“Everywhere is still illegal, because no one has examined exactly, because every time conducted the research results are always different,” Dr Danardi said.

In some countries such as Australia, Brazil, China, Singapore, Thailand and Uruguay have had a ban on cigarette sales and marketing of this electrically.

While in Indonesia, according to data BPOM, electric cigarette is starting to circulate, as in Makassar, Semarang, Lampung, Palembang and Surabaya.

It Proves to us that developing of Technology going to forward, if we see from the effectiveness This electric cigarettes is will be new way. Especially for Engineers to make new technology that can make easy for human being.

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Friends, Sugar Can Be Medicines. Do You Know it?

by on Aug.08, 2010, under Information Lifestyles

Do you like Sugar Friends? Of course yes, right? i do too.

As we Already Know for Reducing sugar consumption intensified recently campaigned related risks of obesity and diabetes are caused. But sugar is not always dangerous because the sugar can also be a drug.
The following are some of the benefits of sugar that could be drugs:
1. Healing the wounds
Zimbabwean society tradition teaches that sugar is a very effective disinfectant. Local people sprinkle with granulated sugar wound open, with the aim that the healing process faster.

Research in the UK has proved capable of pulling sugar fluid around the wound so it does not overgrown with bacteria. The effect was the same as salt, but not causing pains when sown.

2. Pain relief
A research published in the journal Pediatrics reveals sugar solution efficacy in relieving pain in infants during immunization injections received. Most babies are given to drink 1 / 4 cup of the solution did not cry when injected, due to less pain.

3. Soften rough skin
Sugar is a softener (exfoliant) for natural skin. To soften the damaged skin, use a recipe from The Groove Park Inn Resort & Spa in North Carolina below.

Combine 1 / 2 cup granulated sugar with 1 / 4 cup canola oil, add the three drops of lavender essential oil. Use as a scrub, sweep with a circular motion.

4. Keeping the flowers blooming longer
A little extra sugar on the water in the vase can enhance endurance cut flower arrangements. According to Rita Azar, owner of a flower shop in Los Angeles, one teaspoon of sugar is enough to make fresh flowers blooming longer.

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Signs of HIV-Affected People

by on Jun.10, 2010, under Uncategorized

hivHIV (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) is the most feared disease because there is no vaccine or medicine that can cure him. Recognize the symptoms of HIV for early detection.

This deadly virus will attack the immune system that makes the body lose the ability to fight disease, so the body more susceptible to various diseases.

If these symptoms are not treated immediately, it can cause AIDS (Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome) which is a deadly disease. AIDS arise as a result of the proliferation of HIV virus in the human body.

The symptoms that arise from HIV can affect a person gradually. Once the virus enters the body, then the virus will evolve rapidly.

This virus will attack the CD4 lymphocytes (T cells) and destroys white blood cells thus affecting the immune system. Each stage of infection will show different symptoms.

The initial phase of this viral infection usually does not show signs or symptoms, new symptoms will appear after two to four weeks after infection. A person may complain of severe headache accompanied by fever and persistent.

As quoted Menshealth.about.com, Thursday (6/10/2010) when someone is infected, the initial symptoms sometimes appear similar to the flu or viral infection medium.

Early signs and symptoms of HIV disease include fever, headache, fatigue, nausea, diarrhea and swollen lymph nodes in the neck, armpit or groin.

These symptoms are similar to other viral infections. Therefore, many HIV-infected people do not realize that he had been infected for years to reach an advanced stage.

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Ball Watch Create Safe Patient High Blood

by on Jun.08, 2010, under Uncategorized

ballFor football fans, the 2010 World Cup mat is an opportunity to celebrate, not least for people who suffer from hypertension aka high blood pressure. But there are several ways to get people with hypertension can safely enjoy the World Cup.

On the other hand, the excitement with the coming World Cup season can cause a victim from the health side, particularly among football fans who suffer from hypertension. Sometimes, this can lead to fatal consequences.

However, football fans are suffering from hypertension should not be discouraged, because there are several ways that you can safely enjoy the World Cup without the worry with sustained hypertension.

As quoted from Buzzle, Tuesday (06/08/2010), the following six ways to enjoy the World Cup is safe for patients with hypertension:

1. Avoid consuming beverages that keep you awake

To be able to enjoy the live broadcast of World Cup depends on the time zone of a country, in Indonesia could be aired late at night. Therefore, usually a lot of people drink caffeine or other stimulants that can make the eyes stay awake.

But this should not be made by football fans who suffer from hypertension. Caffeine will only aggravate your blood pressure and can be fatal. We recommend that people who suffer from hypertension, sleep first before watching a live broadcast of the World Cup.

2. Avoid watching in public places

For people who suffer from hypertension, do not watch the game on a crowded public place or places, such as pubs and restaurants, which many people commented haphazardly, smoking cigarettes and drinking alcohol. Comments are not pleasant, smoke cigarettes and alcoholic beverages can aggravate the situation of people who suffer from blood pressure in hypertension.

3. Enjoy the World Cup with loved ones

For people with hypertension, secure and best way to enjoy the World Cup is surrounded by loved ones. Besides giving comfort, people who love you of course will always keep and pay attention to your condition, because they know that most of your health condition.

4. Avoid watching the penalties

For football fans who suffer from hypertension, penalties can be likened to watching a worm doused brine. Most of the fatal incidents that occurred during the heart of World Cup season because of patient watching penalties.

Roberto Baggio and Diego Maradona, two legends of football, known to pass through penalty kicks with the health consequences are very bad for the fans around the world.

So, if one of the 2010 World Cup matches should be determined by penalty kicks, then the best way for patients with hypertension is to avoid watching it.

5th. Avoid excessive celebration when you win winning team

The World Cup is identical with a massive celebration when the football team dijagokan can become champions. But for football fans who suffer from hypertension should not do such a celebration.

If a hypertensive dancing naked in the streets, jumping on top of vehicles, scream or cry out for a wild victory celebration, then it is probable that person will be celebrating another victory in the morgue.

6. Remember to keep your diet and arrange a consultation with a doctor

Meriahnya World Cup should not make you forget the promise of a healthy diet and consulting a doctor. Hypertensive patients could have been enjoying the World Cup that lasted four years, the home still apply healthy lifestyles.

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Men with Low IQ Nine Times More Likely Suicide

by on Jun.04, 2010, under Uncategorized

manSomeone who has suicidal feelings in general, depression is triggered by factors that can not be controlled. And a recent study found that men who have low IQ nine times more prone to commit suicide.

Previous studies have found that among young men who tried to commit suicide has been linked with intelligence level or the Intelligence Quotient (IQ) is lower.

From the analysis based on Sweden's 1.1 million people's lives, found that there was a link between low IQ and suicide attempts.

Low level of intelligence which is expected to play a significant role in the attempted suicide. These researchers noted in a report published online in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) June 3, 2010 edition.

In the new study, researchers at the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, examined the medical records of men born between 1950 and 1976. The men are known to have never experienced the physical and mental exams for 24 years.

“1.6 percent of men from 17 736 participants reported data had been rushed to hospital for attempted suicide,” says Finn Rasmussen, a professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences at the Karolinska Institute, Stockholm, as reported from MSN.
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Higher Education Can Prevent SENILE

by on Jun.04, 2010, under Information Lifestyles

pikun1Symptoms of dementia such as memory loss will be reduced in people who take higher education. Spending the time to read, explore and prepare for the exam book has physical benefits when old.

This study strengthens previous research has shown that higher education can help provide protection or against end-stage symptoms of an illness on the person.

In conducting this study, researchers from the University of Gothenburg analyze spinal fluid in patients to examine whether there were signs of dementia in the brain.

“We wanted to investigate how education can have an impact on a disease or the early stages of dementia. Based on this study, patients with higher education levels, able to tolerate more disease in the brain and prevent dementia,” said Dr. Sindre Rolstad, a psychologist Sweden, as quoted from Dailymail.

The study also found high-educated patients who have no risk of dementia showed signs of a better neural function in the brain, compared with lower educated people.

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Angry Also Good for Our Health >_<

by on Jun.03, 2010, under Information Lifestyles

angry1Many people choose to hold back his emotions when going through something very unpleasant for fear of being branded grumpy. But a recent study found anger can be good for health.

Researchers from the University of Valencia in Spain interested in what happens to the human body when angry. And these findings appear to support a general psychological theory that states that the 'ventilation' emotions for better mental health than to let it remain locked aka buried.

The study found that expressing anger can increase blood flow to parts of the brain involved with feeling happy.

To conduct this study, researchers gathered 30 people in a lab, slowly increase the level of their anger and examined.

Heart rate, blood pressure and stress hormone levels of the two participants in the testosterone and cortisol, measured everything. The brain is also in the screening, from the beginning to the end of the study.

Findings that have been published in the journal Behaviour hormones and this shows that the left side of the brain is more stimulated when the participants are angry.
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Nine Benefits That Can Be Obtained From The Activity of Walking.

by on May.27, 2010, under Information Lifestyles

walk(1) Heart Attack.

First of course reduce
the risk of heart attack.
We know that muscle

the heart requires more
blood flow profusely (from coronary artery

who gave her food) in
order to fit and function normally without stopping the blood pumping.
For that, the heart
muscle requires the bloodstream

more rapidly and
smoothly.
Hie walking speed in
coronary blood flow to the heart.
Thus the adequacy of
oxygen the heart muscle and heart muscle are met can stay awake for
quite a beat.

Not only that. Flexibility of the
arteries of trained body

contract and will be
helped by mengejangnya expands the muscles around the walls of blood
vessels while engaged in activities on foot rushed it.
The end result, the blood
pressure tends to be lower, adhesions antarsel blood clots that can
cause blood clots stopper vessels will also be reduced.

Moreover, the good
cholesterol (HDL), which works as a sponge

absorbing the bad
cholesterol (LDL) will increase by foot

hie. Not many ways out of
drugs that can increase HDL levels in addition to the moving body.
Walking hurriedly
recorded can reduce the risk of heart attack to just half.

(2). Stroke.

Despite the benefits of
walking hurriedly towards stroke

not as real influence on
coronary heart disease, some studies have shown satisfactory results.
Just look at the natural
evidence of our ancestors were more engaged in activities on foot every
day, old stroke cases are not as much now.
One study of 70 thousand
nurses (Harvard School of Public Health) that the work was recorded
walking activity as much as 20 hours a week reduced their risk of stroke
two-thirds.

(3). Stable weight.

It turned out to
familiarize walking routine, the rate of metabolism

enhanced body. In addition to a number
of calories wasted by activity

walk, the excess calories
that might exist would be burned by

increasing the body's
metabolism, so weight gain is not

occur.

(4). Lose weight.

Yes, in addition
maintained a stable weight, those who start

overweight, may be
derived by performing activities

hie walk it regularly. Excess lard in

under the skin will be
burned if diligently engaged in activities on foot

sufficient rate of at
least one hour.

(5). Preventing diabetes.

Yes, to get moving on
foot around 6 miles per hour,

travel time approximately
50 minutes, it can delay or prevent

development of Type 2
diabetes, especially in those who bodied

overweight (National
Institute of Diabetes and Kidney Diseases Gigesive &).
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7 Health Benefits of Crying

by on May.27, 2010, under Information Lifestyles

cryCrying was no good ? If can make a run crying into swollen red eyes. But weep and shed tears of wonder drug also can be useful for health of body and mind. how long the period? The following 7 cry for health benefits.

There are several reasons for crying:

1. Crying for love and tenderness.
2. Crying out of fear.
3. Cry for love.
4. Crying for joy.
5. Crying in the face of suffering.
6. Crying because it was too sad.
7. Crying because it feels humiliated and weak.
8. Crying because follow-involved people crying.
Nine. Crying for a charity.
10.
Crying == hypocrites pretending to cry.

Here are seven health benefit to cry can you get after crying and tears out.

1. Helps eyesight

Tears turned out to help the vision of a person, not just the eye itself. Discharge from the eyes to prevent dehydration in the eye membrane that can make the vision become blurred.

2. Kill bacteria

No need eye drops, tears enough that serves as a natural antibacterial. In the liquid contained in tears, called the “lisozom” that can kill around 90-95 percent of bacteria-2 was left of the computer keyboard, railing, sneeze and place-2-containing bacteria, in just five minutes.
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