Leaders of Binh Dinh Province and Quy Nhon University presented flowers to the professors at the event

Nobel winner professor inspires Vietnamese youth to conduct scientific research

Professor Duncan Haldane from Princeton University of the US – Nobel Prize in Physics 2016 – yesterday delivered a public presentation on ‘Topological Quantum Matter, Entanglement, and the Second Quantum Revolution’ at Quy Nhon University (sited in Quy Nhon City of Binh Dinh Province), attracting the participation of hundreds of young science lovers.

Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Le: Listening to children to take better care of them

Chairwoman Nguyen Thi Le: Listening to children to take better care of them

This morning, the City Party Committee - People's Council - People's Committee - Vietnam Fatherland Front Committee of Ho Chi Minh City organized a program for leaders of Ho Chi Minh City to meet and listen to children's voices. The meeting is expected to help city leaders understand more children’s thoughts, feelings, dreams, and ambitions from which city administrators will have appropriate guidelines, policies, and solutions to take better care of children.
5 outstanding scientists nominated for Ta Quang Buu Prize 2022

5 outstanding scientists nominated for Ta Quang Buu Prize 2022

The Ministry of Science and Technology has just announced five excellent candidates for Ta Quang Buu Prize 2022. They are selected by the Council for Basic Scientific Research in Natural and Technical Sciences (under the National Fund for Science and Technology Development) from 48 eligible nominations.

Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh chaired the meeting with the Ministry of Science and Technology yesterday (Photo: SGGP)

Scientific research must focus on society’s demands: Prime Minister

The Science & Technology Ministry must play a key role in promoting science-technology development of all ministries, agencies, localities, and appropriate institutions, mechanisms, policies must be introduced to boost this development, said Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh in his meeting with the Ministry of Science & Technology yesterday.

HCMC introduces new support center for innovation

HCMC introduces new support center for innovation

The Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Union of Science and Technology Associations yesterday announced the grand opening of the Research, Innovation, Consultation Hub (RICH).

A visitor at an exhibition area displaying science and technology products held as part of Techfest Southeast Region 2020 in HCMC (Photo:  Photo courtesy of the University of Economics of HCMC)

Techfest Southeast Region 2020 opens in HCMC

Vietnam should promote collaboration between academia and businesses to promote the commercialisation of scientific research and develop a strong start-up ecosystem, speakers said at the Techfest Southeast Region 2020 event that kicked off yesterday in HCMC.

 

 

At the signing ceremony (Photo: SGGP)

Vietnam, Korean work together in scientific research, training

Vietnam’s National Cancer Hospital (K Hospital) and South Korea’s Tandem and HB Advisors yesterday signed a memorandum of understanding to work together in nursing, rehabilitating, medical imaging, medical testing and prosthetic orthopedic devices.
Scientific research promotion suggested in high schools

Scientific research promotion suggested in high schools

Suggestions were raised about a budget increase on research and about more incentive policies to boost scientific and technological research activities among high school teachers as well as students at a conference in HCMC based Ton Duc Thang University yesterday.