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Banks discuss technology solutions

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Banks discuss technology solutions

Vietnamese bankers are eager for the application of advanced technological solutions, particularly in network security and payment, to their services in a bid to narrow their development gap with foreign rivals and expand their operation.

Rubber waste recycled into cheap fuel

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Rubber waste recycled into cheap fuel

Scientists at the Southern Construction Materials Centre have been successful in recycling rubber waste to produce fuel oil through the thermolytic process at the cost of only half the price of crude oil.

Vietnam has massive potential for renewable’s

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Vietnam has massive potential for renewable’s

Vietnam has the potential to utilise many renewable energies, but the development of these energy sources is restricted due to the lack of suitable and advanced technologies, said experts at a seminar held in Hanoi recently.

PC viruses cost 4.5mllion USD a month

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PC viruses cost 4.5mllion USD a month

Computer virus attacks have cost Vietnamese computer users an average of 327 billion VND (18 million USD) since January 2008 to Aril of this year, according to a survey by the Bach Khoa Internetwork Security Centre (BKIS).

Vinasat-1 spreads its wings

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Vinasat-1 spreads its wings

Vietnam’s first telecommunications satellite, Vinasat-1, has leased out 70 percent of its capacity to domestic and foreign clients, just one year after its launch on April 19, 2008, according to the operator, Vietnam Telecom International (VTI).

Vietnam’s female scientists receive highest honour

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Vietnam’s female scientists receive highest honour

The National Institute of Nutrition’s female staff and the environmentalist, Nguyen Thi Kim Chi, from the Hanoil University of Technology have won 2009’s Kovalevskaya Award, which is considered to be the highest honour for Vietnam ’s female scientists.