Ambassador Le Dung, Vietnam’s permanent representative to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), reaffirmed Vietnam’s commitment to maintaining close cooperation with the IAEA to promote the application of nuclear technology for peaceful purposes and to serve sustainable development.
Russia’s National Research Nuclear University (MEPhI) has granted graduation certificates to 28 Vietnamese students, who completed a six-year course on nuclear technology.
More than 300 scientists from around the world convened in Danang for a scientific conference on nuclear technology that kicked off in the city on August 5.
Vietnam is ready to share its experience and support Laos to complete regulatory infrastructure for radiation safety, Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Tran Viet Thanh said.
(VOV) -The Russian State Atomic Energy Corporation (Rosatom) on March 18 awarded the nuclear technology insignia to six leading Vietnamese scientists for contributions to nuclear research development and applications in Dalat.
(VOV) - More than 300 Vietnamese, Japanese, French, and the Republic of Korean delegates are currently attending a national conference on nuclear technology in Vung Tau City.
Representatives from the Vietnamese government and the country’s power generators are attending the 2012 AtomExpo International Forum and Exhibition in Moscow from June 4-6.
A physics professor has highlighted the significance of nuclear technology in medical treatment, while most patients tend to have negative associations with the topic due to events such as the Chernobyl disaster, atomic bombs or incidents in Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power plant.
The Japanese House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Relations adopted an agreement on cooperating, developing and using nuclear energy for peaceful purposes between Japan and Vietnam on December 2.
The 8th National Conference on Nuclear Science and Technology opened in the coastal city of Nha Trang, in the central province of Khanh Hoa on August 20.