International journal publishes Vietnamese IVF research Health

International journal publishes Vietnamese IVF research

The development of children born from a "freeze-only" transfer is similar to and even better than those born from a "fresh embryo" transfer, according to a study conducted by Vietnamese researchers and published in the international journal Fertility and Sterility.
Vietnam on focus of African friends and partners World

Vietnam on focus of African friends and partners

Inspired by recent remarks from Vietnam’s Ambassador to South Africa Hoang Van Loi, about a forthcoming study visit to Vietnam by a group of African policy specialists and influencers, we have approached the Johannesburg-based organisers to justify our curiosity.
Late historian awarded with Japan’s certificate of merit Society

Late historian awarded with Japan’s certificate of merit

Late historian and People’s Teacher Phan Huy Le has been posthumously awarded the Certificate of Merit from the Japanese Foreign Minister Kono Taro, in recognition of his great contributions to the promotion Vietnam-Japan academic exchange.
Seminar discusses use of robotic technology in Vietnam Sci-Tech

Seminar discusses use of robotic technology in Vietnam

Enhancing connectivity between foreign scientists and domestic universities and institutes is a basic solution to further boosting the application of robotic and mechatronic technology in different fields in Vietnam, experts have suggested.
Vietnamese researchers win prestigious 2017 Newton Prize Sci-Tech

Vietnamese researchers win prestigious 2017 Newton Prize

Two Vietnamese researchers on November 16 were awarded the 2017 Newton Prize Vietnam for their project “Building a Foundation for Sustainable Development: Networked Societies for the Cities of Tomorrow” that addresses communicating during disasters.