The Vietnam Book of Innovation 2019 was made public in Hanoi on August 23, introducing 74 outstanding scientific-technological research projects and solutions selected from 141 entries submitted by ministries, sectors, organisations and localities.
A research team led by Vietnamese national Nguyen Trong Hieu from the Australian National University (ANU) has demonstrated for the first time the maximum potential of ultra-thin 2D materials to generate electricity using sunlight.
Vietnamese intellectuals in the Australian state of New South Wales will engage in many activities at hi-tech parks in Vietnam on March 26 and 27 so as to seek ways to apply their researches’ outcomes in the homeland.
Ten winners of the Outstanding Vietnamese Young Faces Award 2018, an annual national award to honour young people at home and abroad who have excelled in various categories, have been announced.
The cosmic collision that made the moon left a host of elements behind on Earth that were crucial for life to emerge, US scientists have claimed.
A new study has revealed that large asteroids have been striking Earth more than twice as often in the past 290 million years as they did in the 400 million years before that. The evidence wasn’t to be found here, though, but on the moon. Don’t worry, the chances of us getting hit are still one-in-a-million.
The Intra Asia (IA) cable system connecting Vietnam to Hong Kong and other parts of Asia encountered a power failure on January 10 morning, affecting the speed of internet connection of local users.
MicroDragon, a made-in-Vietnam earth observation satellite, will be launched into space in Japan on January 17, 2019, according to the Vietnam National Space Centre (VNSC) under the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology.
Spanish scientists found huge reductions in the HIV-1 (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) reservoirs of five patients who underwent stem cell transplant treatment, according to research published Tuesday in the Annals of Internal Medicine Journal.
Healthy mice with two mothers have been born for the first time in a study that pushes the boundaries of reproductive science.
A workshop to promote trade and economic cooperation, especially in information and communications technology (ICT), between Israeli and Vietnamese enterprises was held in Hanoi on October 11.
Vietnamese Acting Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung has said that Vietnam, as an emerging economy, would be able to take advantage of the fourth industrial revolution, even though the country missed the first three.
Room for technological application in agriculture remains huge, experts said during a seminar held in Hanoi on August 21.
The Programme of Connecting Vietnam Innovation Network 2018, which gathered hundreds of talented Vietnamese in the fields of science and technology, was launched in Hanoi on August 19.
The Government of Vietnam considers the fourth Industrial Revolution (also known as Industry 4.0), especially aspects concerning artificial intelligence, a huge opportunity for Vietnam to become a modern, industrialised nation in the near future, said Minister of Planning and Investment Nguyen Chi Dung.
PSNews - Lieutenant General Nguyen Van Son, Deputy Minister of Public Security on August 2 presided over a meeting with the General Department of Logistics and Techniques (G.D 4) on the management of science, technology and environment across the Public Security Forces.
The Trump administration is working to develop consumer data privacy policies, and the Commerce Department is meeting with big companies like Facebook Inc, Comcast Corp and Alphabet Inc as it looks to eventually seeing the policies enshrined in legislation, two officials said on Friday.
PSNews – The Business Software Alliance (BSA) on June 12 announced its 2018 global software survey.
Vietnam is emerging as a country with great potential to develop digital economy, as it has more than 58 million internet users out of its 90 million people and the over 125 million mobile subscribers.
The Digital Vietnamese knowledge system, an ambitious Government funded open database similar to Wikipedia, now boasts more than 10,000 articles, alongside 3.5 million question and answers following its launch in January.