The Ta Quang Buu Awards 2020 will be presented to three scientists who have made significant contributions to the country’s science and technology sector.
VOV.VN - The National Economics University in Hanoi hosted an annual international scientific conference discussing the theme of "Contemporary issues in economics, management and business” (CIEMB 2019) on November 26, with scientists and researchers from 15 countries globally taking part in the event.
The ninth global symposium on Whitmore disease opened in Hanoi on October 16, attracting over 100 scientists from 26 countries.
A conference to update the archaeological research work outcome was held by the Vietnam Academy of Social Sciences (VASS)’s Institute of Archaeology in Hanoi on September 26, gathering many domestic and international scientists.
Prof. Dr Nguyen Thanh Liem and Dr Nguyen Thi Hiep have been named in a list of the top 100 scientists in Asia recently released by Singapore’s Asian Scientist magazine.
The Party and State highly value Vietnamese intellectuals and scientists, as well as their contributions to the national development, said Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc.
The International Network of Women Engineers and Scientists - Asia and Pacific Nation Network (INWES-APNN) opened its eighth annual meeting in Hanoi on October 18, drawing over 200 female scientists from Asia-Pacific and representatives from the UN, international organisations and some ministries and agencies of Vietnam.
Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc has promised to create favourable conditions for overseas Vietnamese scientists to participate in scientific and technological projects at home so that they can make contributions to the country’s socio-economic development.
President Tran Dai Quang has urged Vietnamese scientists and experts worldwide to take an active part in transferring technologies, training high-quality personnel and other activities serving scientific-technological and socio-economic development at home.
During August 18-24, the Ministry of Planning and Investment (MPI) will invite 100 overseas Vietnamese technology experts and scientists to gather and discuss creation and innovation in order to boost Industry 4.0 in Vietnam.
Vietnamese Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc on April 26 had a meeting with scientists and intellectuals in Singapore to learn about their experience in applying advanced technologies in building a constructive government as part of his official visit to the country.
VOV.VN - Farmers applying high-technology to production should collaborate with enterprises to ensure an outlet rather than calling for “public rescue”.
Scientists and local authorities in the central province of Thanh Hoa have conducted surveys and held a conference to discuss the damage to Ho Citadel, online news Dan Tri reported.
Some 150 scientists gathered in Hanoi to discuss how to develop environmentally friendly, economically viable and energy efficient process to treat and preserve the world’s limited water resources.
Scientists have created a map that warns land degradation risks in the northern mountainous provinces of Dien Bien and Lai Chau.
While a recent independent study claimed that there are still over 1,300 red-shank doucs on central Vietnam’s Son Tra peninsula, primate experts believe the number to be much lower.
Scientists at the Vietnam National Institute of Oceanography (VNIO) have concluded a two-year study on ‘breeding’ artificial beaches in coastal Nha Trang City for tourist activities.
An International Conference on Environmental Pollution, Restoration, and Management gathered international scientists in central Binh Dinh province to discuss environmental issues as well as share research results and management experience.
A nuclear study by three Vietnamese scientists has been published by Physical Review Letters, marking Vietnam’s debut in the physics journal.
VOV.VN - Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc and Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam had a working session with the Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations (VUSTA) in Hanoi on February 17.