VOV.VN - As many as 150 scientists from 27 countries and territories on July 25 gathered in Quy Nhon City for an international symposium on the formation of stars in various space environments.
VOV.VN - Science has been at the forefront of human development since the caveman days and its importance to society now is greater than it has ever been at any time in history, says the Vietnam Ministry of Information and Communications.
Bui Quang Vinh, Minister of Investment and Planning, spoke to Tuoi Tre (Youth) about the country's resolve to continue to pursue its economic reforms.
(VOV) - Young scientific researchers from Vietnam joined with over 300 others and 20 leading scientists from around the globe, including 13 Nobel laureates, in Singapore for the opening of the second Global Young Scientists Summit (GYSS).
(VOV) - Eight young Vietnamese scientists will attend the second Global Young Scientists Summit (GYSS) themed “Advancing Science, Creating Technologies for a Better World”, taking place in Singapore from January 19-21.
(VOV) - Over 200 leading international scientists from 30 countries, including five Nobel laureates, are attending an international physical science conference (Meet Vietnam) in central Binh Dinh province.
Scientists, including five Nobel laureates, from across the globe gathered at the opening of an international physical science conference in the central province of Binh Dinh on July 29.
Over 200 leading international scientists from 30 countries, including seven Nobel laureates, will attend an international physical science conference in Vietnam’s central Binh Dinh province.
An international physical science meeting, the sixth of its kind in Vietnam, opened in Quy Nhon city, the central coastal province of Binh Dinh on July 16.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung on May 25 received Prince Alfred of Liechtenstein who is here to prepare for a cultural program that will see Nobel Laureates coming to Vietnam in November.