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Along with investment incentives, the Government proposed to the National Assembly many new policies in the Draft Law on Oil and Gas (revised) to "wake up" investment in the oil and gas industry.

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), 

Scientists discover the juice is worth the squeeze

Scientists from a lab at the Hanoi University of Sciences and Technology are working to ensure fruit that can't be exported amid the COVID-19 pandemic doesn't go to waste.

Vietnam Germany Innovation Network holds founding congress

The Vietnam Germany Innovation Network (VGI Network) held its founding congress recently in Berlin with the participation of Vietnamese professors, doctors and scientists living and working across Germany.

Scientists mull how to fight bacterial leaf blight of rice at global conference

The Cuu Long (Mekong) Delta should use technology to create rice varieties resistant to bacterial leaf blight, speakers told an international conference that ended on Tuesday in Can Tho.

PhD refuses attractive job opportunity overseas, returns to Vietnam

After a period of working at Singaporean National University, a 35-year-old female lecturer, who won the Golden Globe Youth Award on Science and Technology 2018, returned to Vietnam to work for a state-owned university.

New policy to attract more experts, scientists to work for HCM City gov’t

The People’s Committee of HCM City has approved a policy that would help attract experts and scientists, particularly in the fields of IT, biotech, logistics, nanotech, and the support industry, in the 2018-20 period.

The scientist who is also a businessman

Dr Le Van Tri, who has dozens of patents, is a businessman who leads a conglomerate with annual revenue of hundreds of billions of dong. He is loyal to one principle: doing business on the basis of his research work.

Scientists release land degradation warning map

 VietNamNet Bridge – Scientists have created a map that warns land degradation risks in the northern mountainous provinces of Dien Bien and Lai Chau.

Scientists call for more precision in global warming predictions

 Researchers from Harvard University, Princeton University and the Environmental Defense Fund proposed a new, more precise way to measure the effects of greenhouse gas emissions on Earth's climate 

Scientists use graphene to power 'electronic skin' that can feel

 Scientists have found a way to power an experimental kind of electronic skin using solar energy in a further step towards the development of prosthetic limbs or robots with a sense of touch.

Vietnamese physicists publish article in int'l research journal for first time

VietNamNet Bridge - On January 10, 2017, for the first time in Vietnam’s physics history, an article about nuclear physics by Vietnamese authors was published in an international scientific journal.

Low salaries deter scientists

 VietNamNet Bridge – Professor Doctor Nguyen Van Tuyen, director of the Viet Nam Academy of Science and Technology, spoke to Ha Noi Moi (New Ha Noi) newspaper about motivating young scientists.

Mobile phone can find stolen motorbikes

VietNamNet Bridge - An old mobile phone installed with remote-control supervision and anti-theft system can easily find the location of a vehicle.

Vietnamese-made chip may stumble over commission scheme

VietNamNet Bridge - The quality of products as well as state policies will determine the future of the IC industry development and sales in Vietnam, experts have said. 

More sponsors, higher hopes for engineering development

Though the State is the main sponsor for the majority of scientific research projects, state money alone cannot help develop the country’s science and technology efforts.

Does VN have too many internationally published scientific papers?

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnamese scientists have different viewpoints about the number of Vietnamese scientific papers published in international prestigious journals.

Businesses, scientists work to develop commercial products

 VietNamNet Bridge – Only a few inventions have been launched commercially, while the majority of research works remain on paper only.

Sci-tech Minister commended for 'bravery' for testing underwater vehicle

National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Sinh Hung applauded Minister of Science, Technology and Natural Resources Nguyen Quan’s bravery for testing a homemade underwater vehicle named Hoa Binh at the Q&A session yesterday.  

Vietnamese scientists pursue further research on arsenic

Prof Dr. Pham Hung Viet and his coworkers, who have published many scholarly articles on arsenic decoding, are continuing their research on the transport of arsenic in sediments with other scientists.