Quang Ngai halts UNESCO geopark recognition plans Environment

Quang Ngai halts UNESCO geopark recognition plans

Despite having prepared a dossier for the UNESCO recognition of the Ly Son-Sa Huynh Global Geo-Park last November, local authorities have shelved plans to apply for the park's recognition after years of efforts and some 160 field surveys and scientific seminars.
Universities from Vietnam, Australia step up joint training programmes, research Society

Universities from Vietnam, Australia step up joint training programmes, research

Joint training programmes and scientific research between universities from Vietnam and Australia have connected students, lecturers, and research institutes in both countries, according to Dr Tran Nam Nghiep, Director of Strategic Partnerships for South East Asia in the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences (ECMS) at the University of Adelaide.
Vietnamese scholars win US scientific research awards Sci-Tech

Vietnamese scholars win US scientific research awards

Vietnam has earned three awards in the latest round of the Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER), an international programme that funds scientists and engineers in developing countries who partner with US government-funded researchers to address global development challenges.
ASEAN, US enhance cooperation in COVID-19 fight ASEAN

ASEAN, US enhance cooperation in COVID-19 fight

A teleconference of senior officials of ASEAN and the US was held on April 1 to promote coordination between the two sides in coping with the COVID-19 pandemic and public health challenges.