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Vietnam publishes more than 32,000 international articles in one yearicon
SOCIETY29/08/20210

Vietnam publishes more than 32,000 international articles in one year

Vietnam had 10,850 WoS (ISI) articles and 21,530 Scopus articles in 2020. The total increased by 27% compared to that of 2019 and was double that of 2018.

 
VN associate professor works at top university in Australiaicon

VN associate professor works at top university in Australia

FEATURE
29/04/2021

As an associate professor at a top university in Australia, Hoang Lan Anh says that she was not a typical "dutiful child and excellent student" as valued in Vietnamese culture.

Vietnamese graduate from Harvard University encourages students to follow their own path, not the crowdicon

Vietnamese graduate from Harvard University encourages students to follow their own path, not the crowd

FEATURE
28/04/2021

Tran Ha Duong, who has a doctorate in public policy from Harvard University and works for a large corporation in Vietnam, said for a long time the prestigious school was a far-fetched goal for him.

Female scientist pursues in-depth study about tertiary educationicon

Female scientist pursues in-depth study about tertiary education

FEATURE
10/04/2021

Nguyen Thi Lan Huong, 43, resigned from her post as a dean to which she was appointed at aged 27 to begin a new path of research about tertiary education.

Why do Vietnamese PhDs want to write  research articles and not pursue applied research?icon

Why do Vietnamese PhDs want to write research articles and not pursue applied research?

FEATURE
09/04/2021

Professor Truong Nguyen Thanh says four challenges exist for the development of applied research in Vietnam.

Are the sci-tech competitions for high school students fair?icon

Are the sci-tech competitions for high school students fair?

SOCIETY
08/04/2021

Some projects submitted at the national science and technology for high school students have surprised people as they have dealt with complicated issues such as treatment of cancer and stroke.

Should schools require students to conduct in-depth research projects?icon

Should schools require students to conduct in-depth research projects?

SOCIETY
01/04/2021

Some research topics conducted by high school students, such as stroke patient rehabilitation or cancer treatment, could be titles for doctoral dissertations or even in-depth research projects at the ministerial or national level.

Vietnamese lecturer at Australian university receives $3 million for researchicon

Vietnamese lecturer at Australian university receives $3 million for research

FEATURE
29/03/2021

As the first author of six scientific articles and owner of one patent, Dr Ta Thu Hang has had great opportunities to get a promotion at a leading Australian university.

Young professor admits mistakes in published research workicon

Young professor admits mistakes in published research work

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
12/03/2021

Facing scandal for the first time in his life, Prof Phan Thanh Son Nam, Dean of the Faculty of Chemical Engineering of the HCM City University of Technology, has said the incident has been a "bloody lesson" for him.

Phd student pilots smart traffic-surveillance system for HCM Cityicon

Phd student pilots smart traffic-surveillance system for HCM City

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
13/02/2021

During his years at International University under the Vietnam National University-HCM City, Phan Ngoc Hung graduated with top honours and was the valedictorian in both his undergraduate and postgraduate degree programmes.

Universities attract talents for research teamsicon

Universities attract talents for research teams

SOCIETY
26/01/2021

Believing that having strong research teams can determine their positions, many universities are offering attractive conditions to attract researchers.

Transparency, new policy needed for progress in science and technology developmenticon

Transparency, new policy needed for progress in science and technology development

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
11/01/2021

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam spoke on January 6 at a conference reviewing 2020 and discussing implementation of tasks in 2021.

17,000 research articles published internationally in 2020icon

17,000 research articles published internationally in 2020

SOCIETY
16/12/2020

Vietnamese authors have published 17,028 articles internationally this year in Scopus journals, including ISI, according to Elsvier.

Physics teacher, 51, works on PhD, publishes articles in ISI journalsicon

Physics teacher, 51, works on PhD, publishes articles in ISI journals

SOCIETY
19/11/2020

With a passion for scientific research, Vu Van Cat, a physics teacher at Kinh Mon 2 High School in Hai Duong province, has published two scientific articles in prestigious journals.

Prof Ngo Bao Chau: conditions for scientific research in VN have improvedicon

Prof Ngo Bao Chau: conditions for scientific research in VN have improved

FEATURE
05/10/2020

When appointed as a professor, Prof Ngo Bao Chau, the Fields medalist, thought he would be in more comfortable circumstances. 

Commercializing research works: the gaps that need to be filledicon

Commercializing research works: the gaps that need to be filled

SOCIETY
10/08/2020

While many universities around the world consider research activities as an important part of their operation, Vietnam’s universities mostly focus on training.

National Eureka Award research competition launchedicon

National Eureka Award research competition launched

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
19/07/2020

The Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union on July 16 launched the 22nd annual Eureka Award competition for all Vietnamese students who have a passion for scientific research and are studying at universities, colleges and institutions.

Three Vietnamese female scientists named among Top 100 Asian researchersicon

Three Vietnamese female scientists named among Top 100 Asian researchers

SCI-TECH & ENVIRONMENT
18/06/2020

Three Vietnamese female scientists have been named among the 100 most outstanding researchers of the year, according to Singapore’s Asian Scientist Magazine.