South Korea is testing a new QR code tracing system to track visitors at entertainment venues, restaurants and churches as it battles to contain persistent clusters of infection. It comes as Pakistan’s prime minister, Imran Khan, called for people to “live with the virus”.
PSNews - The Ministry of Information and Communications recently held a launching ceremony of a webinar solution provided by CoMeet. Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Thanh Hung attented the event.
Scientists say that the findings of their study suggest that bugs, as well as plants, have evolved much more quickly than they previously thought, going from small communities to complex ecosystems in tens of million years, a short time span when it comes to evolution.
Cooperation between Vietnamese, Japanese, and Belgian entomologists has discovered a number of new insects in Vietnam, a representative from the Vietnam National Museum of Nature (VNMN) announced on May 27.
In a historic moment a decade in the making, the skies above Florida will light up on Wednesday when the launch of a rocket born from a groundbreaking public-private partnership returns the United States to the business of human spaceflight.
PSNews - Dr. Do Tuan Dat, Head of the Hanoi-bases VABIOTECH company recently informed that the second phase of testing will be carried out early June.
PSNews - Recently, the Thua Thien Hue Provincial People's Committee announced that the service of “Scene reflection solution” of the Smart City Monitoring and Control Center of Thua Thien Hue province (IOC) has just been awarded the “Sao Khue 2020” title in the field of Digital Transformation Services.
PSNews – The VinAI Research on May 22 announced that it has the most advanced AI supercomputer system NVIDIA® DGX A100 ™, becoming the first owner of a leading-edge AI supercomputer in Vietnam.
Vietnam’s largest tech firm FPT Software has signed a partnership agreement with global software firm OutSystems to develop low-code platforms, in a bid to strengthen the foothold of both in the Japanese market.
Female scientists who have successfully isolated the new strain of coronavirus SARS-CoV-2, making Vietnam one of the first four countries to successfully isolate this virus, have received the Kovalevskaia Award 2019.
Two Vietnamese IT engineers have passed Google’s TensorFlow Developer Certificate Exam which tests candidates’ ability to develop and train deep-learning models using TensorFlow.
The Ministry of Information and Communications launched the online meeting platform Zavi at https://zavi.me on May 15, the first of its kind created in Vietnam.
PSNews - It takes an artisan nearly two months to make a scarf from lotus silk. This is a hard job, especially when taking silk from thousands of lotus stems is very sophisticated. With the aim of improving the productivity while preserving the traditional craft, a group of students from universities in Hanoi have built an automatic lotus machine.
Vietnamese and Russian scientists have discovered a new strain of the common carp (Cyprinus carpio) through molecular evidence.
PSNews - Recently, Nguyen Tu Quang, Chairman of BKAV Corporation informed that, the latest versions of "Made in Vietnam" Bphone B86 provide features reserved for online sellers.
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.
Experts from the Vietnam Institute of Geosciences and Mineral Resources have found a unique complex of sedimentary rocks that were formed from eruptive volcanoes 12 million years ago on Phu Quy island, off the coast of south central Binh Thuan province.
The “Hack Co Vy 2020” online hackathon, the first of its kind in Vietnam, was held from April 24 to 26 with the aim of helping the country solve the challenges posed by COVID-19.
Vingroup has announced it has completed the design and is preparing to introduce to the market two invasive ventilator models which adhere strictly to international standards while achieving a significantly high localisation rate in design and manufacture.
More than 90 percent of IT firms in Vietnam want to hire more staff and expand their business after the pandemic, according to the latest report by Navigos Group.