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VN to boost natural sciences

(6 votes, average 3.33 out of 5)

Việt Nam aims to become an advanced nation in the study and application of natural sciences by 2025.

 

VN to develop four fields of basic science

(5 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

Vietnam will develop basic science in four fields, namely chemistry, life science, Earth science, and maritime science in an effort to bring the national science up to regional standard by 2 [ … ]

   

Scientist's research on mosquitoes ends up saving lives

More than 20 years ago, Ngo Giang Lien visited Khanh Hoa to conduct research on mosquitoes, later returning with malaria. But it was a trip that would ultimately make a difference in people' [ … ]

   

Stargazers to see Lyrids meteor shower midnight Saturday

Stargazers in Vietnam are expected to see Lyrids meteor shower from midnight Saturday.

   

11th grader invents robotic arm for disabled

 The son of a motorbike repairman, an 11th grader in the central province of Quang Tri, has created a low-cost robotic arm for the disabled. 

   

Vietnam’s student-made vending machine dispenses ready-to-eat pho

A group of three students at the Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology and Education has successfully created a vending machine that can dispense a bowl of cooked pho, bubble t [ … ]

   

Female scientists contribute to developing nanotechnology in Vietnam

Five female staff members of the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology (VAST) recently were presented with the 2016 Kovalevskaia Award for their project on nanotechnology applied in agri [ … ]

   

Strange optical phenomenon occurs in Gia Lai

A 40 minute strange phenomenon of the sun in combination with round light spots as a rainbow with different colors  appeared in Gia Lai province  yesterday morning. 

   

Three students in Hue turn sea waves into power

Three students from Thua Thien – Hue province have invented a system which generates electricity from sea waves.

   

Prof. Nguyen Kim Phi Phung wins Kovalevskaia awards 2016

(3 votes, average 3.00 out of 5)

Lecturer Nguyen Kim Phi Phung of the Nature University’s Chemistry Faculty has won the International Kovalevskaia Award, an annual accolade given to brilliant female scientists, which was fo [ … ]

   

Vietnamese researchers work hard to keep crossbred gayal bull gene

Vietnamese researchers have been working to breed more hybrid gayals in order to conserve the gene pool and produce animals with a higher-grade meat.

   

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