The number of patents has increased by 56.7% in the first five months of this year compared to the same period last year.
Vietnamese scientists will test the effectiveness and safety of using HIV/AIDS medication to treat those infected with the novel coronavirus (COVID-19).
Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung and Minister of Science and Technology Chu Ngoc Anh recently conducted the first trial video call on its 5G network at a meeting with Vietnam’s largest telecommunication company Viettel.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam highly appreciated the science and technology sector for its contributions to the country’s development in recent years at a conference held in Hanoi on January 3.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on November 30 presented the first-class Labour Order, the noble distinction of the Party and State, to the Ministry of Science and Technology (MoST) in recognition of its contributions to socialism building and national protection.
VOV.VN - An exhibition hosted by the Ministry of Science and Technology featuring booths which showcase the latest in Vietnam’s science, technology, and innovation opened in Hanoi on November 30 with Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc in attendance to mark the start of the occasion.
Vietnamese Minister of Science and Technology Chu Ngoc Anh and Minister of Science and ICT of the Republic of Korea (RoK) Choi Kiyoung on November 27 signed an agreement to co-finance research projects from 2019 – 2020.
The National Assembly acknowledged and highly appreciated the outcomes achieved in implementing the NA’s resolutions on socio-economic development and State budget in 2019 during a live-broadcast discussion on October 31.
Raising the IP awareness is becoming indispensable to Vietnamese firms, especially after the country signed new-generation free trade agreements, including EVFTA.
VOV.VN - The Vietnamese Party and State have in recent years urged the use of technology to boost socio-economic development. Technological advances have been widely applied in health care, construction, information, banking, tourism, and particularly agriculture.
Vietnam will develop a plan to improve Vietnamese enterprises’ ability to accurately measure various factors in their operations, said Minister of Science and Technology Chu Ngọc Anh on April 19.
In the context of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, science-technology cooperation in health care and pharmaceuticals is one of the important fields Vietnam is promoting.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Science and Technology and Finland’s Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation in science, technology, and innovation in Hanoi on October 16.
The Programme of Connecting Vietnam Innovation Network 2018, which gathered hundreds of talented Vietnamese in the fields of science and technology, was launched in Hanoi on August 19.
The fourth industrial revolution offers many opportunities for Vietnam, but also poses a number of challenges. To take advantage of Industry 4.0, the country requires strong government reforms, especially in building a firm legal corridor for the digital industry.
Experts have urged authorities in the Mekong Delta region to use cutting-edge technologies to restructure the agricultural sector in the face of climate change.
The central province of Quang Nam has made impressive progress in agricultural restructuring, raising production value by 4.5% each year in 2008-2017.
Among key technologies of the fourth industrial revolution, blockchain is one of the breakthrough examples which is predicted to lead the revolution in the coming decades.
Vietnam wants to learn from Singapore’s experience in developing the intellectual property (IP) system in order to make IP an effective tool supporting technology development and boosting socio-economic development.
The Ministry of Science and Technology (MST) launched a ceremony to launch the Vietnam-Korea Institute of Science and Technology (V-KIST) in Hanoi on November 21.