According to a new study, the caffeine-associated release of nitric oxide, which improves the functioning of blood vessels, may be the cause of an observed protective effect increasing the lifespans of people suffering from chronic kidney disease.
The 7th international exhibition on technology, equipment and solutions for electricity transmission and distribution (Electric & Power Vietnam 2018) opened in Ho Chi Minh City on September 12.
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.
Representatives of Russia’s Federal Service for the Oversight of Consumer Protection and Welfare (Rospotrebnadzor) handed over a mobile lab to Major General Nguyen Hong Du, Director of the Vietnam-Russia Tropical Centre on September 11 on the sidelines of the fourth Eastern Economic Forum in Vladivostok.
Seventy percent of the Earth’s surface is hidden beneath the ocean, yet 95 percent of it remains unexplored to the human eye.
Google has been urged to stop accepting money from Viagogo to place the ticket website at the top of its search rankings, in an open letter signed by the Football Association, several MPs and trade body UK Music.
Iran appears to be loosening its restrictions and jumping on the cryptocurrency bandwagon. The country’s recent move to legalize cryptomining seems to be another step toward creating a state currency based off the blockchain.
The Vietnam Computer Emergency Response Team (VNCERT) hosted the ASEAN CERTs Incident Drill – ACID 2018 in Hanoi on September 5, focusing on improving the capacity of participating countries in dealing with cyber crimes caused by coin mining viruses.
Amazon has become the second company to be valued by Wall Street at $1tn, a matter of weeks after Apple reached the milestone first.
Scientists from Don State Technical University and their colleagues from Vietnam and Pakistan have developed an ultrathin graphene/g-Ga-Se (gallium-selenium) hetero-structure for manufacturing state-of-the-art electronic devices, according to the University’s press service, RIA Novosti reports.
The Vietnam Golden Book of Innovation 2018, which gathers outstanding innovative projects and solutions in science and technology, made its debut in Hanoi on Thursday.
A self-driving taxi has successfully taken paying passengers through the busy streets of Tokyo, raising the prospect that the service will be ready in time to ferry athletes and tourists between sports venues and the city centre during the 2020 Summer Olympics.
For the first time, researchers have successfully 3D printed a hemispherical surface of light receptors in what has been dubbed a “significant step” towards the creation of a bionic eye.
The Aurus vehicles, also known as the Kortezh project, are already used by Russian President Vladimir Putin and the Federal Protective Service, charged with the protection of Russian high-ranking state officials.
NASA’s OSIRIS-REx, having plowed through space for the past two years after its launch from Florida, has finally closed in on an ancient 1,600-foot-wide asteroid Bennu in a bid to find clues on how life started in the solar system.
Uber Technologies Inc. and Airbus SE. have joined a public-private panel in Japan tasked with developing airborne vehicles in the country within the next decade.
Vietnam Startup Day 2018 is wrapping up today (August 25) in HCM City, it has attracted the participation of 200 Vietnamese start-ups, and 20 international start-ups from the UK, Japan, the Republic of Korea, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore.
A Japan Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Day 2018 themed “Vietnam – Japan IT Cooperation in the 4th Industrial Revolution” will take place in Hanoi and Da Nang from August 28-31 as part of activities to mark the 45th anniversary of Vietnam-Japan diplomatic ties.
Signs of the possible ice deposits have been seen for years, yet only now have scientists confirmed that they have “definitive evidence.”
Alphabet Inc’s Google said on Thursday it had identified and terminated 39 YouTube channels linked to state-run Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting.