The Vietnam Science and Technology Journalists Club has announced the results of a poll of 10 outstanding science and technology events of Vietnam in 2021.
Otrafy, a startup that provides quality management and supply-chain software to the food industry, will represent Vietnam at the Startup World Cup next year after championing the National Innovative Technopreneur Contest today.
As many as 100 intellectuals and experts from 15 countries will work together to find approaches and solutions to build a globally connected, sustainable Vietnam.
The recommendation was made by domestic and foreign experts in the recently published "Vietnam Science, Technology and Innovation" report.
Vietnam ranked 44th out of 132 countries and economies in the Global Innovation Index 2021 (GII 2021) which was announced by the United Nations' World Intellectual Property Organisation (WIPO) on September 20.
BKVM-HF1, a high flow nasal cannula (HFNC) produced by the Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) in cooperation with VMED Group, made debut in Hanoi on July 2.
There is a widening gap of digital skills, especially in AI, between Vietnam and high-income nations, according to the 2020 Global Talent Competitiveness Index.
Images of Vsmart smart home devices went viral after Vingroup announced that it would begin manufacturing smart TVs, air-conditioning, and smart fridges.
The “Techfest Vietnam in Singapore” took place in Singapore on November 11 to introduce the Techfest Vietnam festival in 2019 and Vietnam’s innovative startup ecosystem to international partners.
Regulators are working to finalise the sandbox for healthy market development, accelerating economic growth that will help Vietnamese fintech companies bloom.
PwC polled over 500 financial services and technology executives worldwide to figure out the factors that will determine the winners and losers of fintech.
Singapore and China have signed nine agreements and Memoranda of Understanding (MoU) in various fields such as customs clearance, intellectual property management, education, innovation and communications, and smart city development.
The Vietnam Competition and Consumer Protection Authority (VCA) submitted a complaint about the decision of the Vietnam Competition Authority that Grab's acquisition of Uber does not violate the Competition Law.
As competition is uneven among ride-hailing firms and traditional taxi companies, there is heated debate about how to better regulate new business models.
Startups in Vietnam have been trending to adopt the technology of the Fourth Industrial Revolution to gain market success amid mounting competition.