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“I chose to stay in the UK, not because I can find a good job here, but I believe that I still need more time to accumulate experience and money before I return to Vietnam and do something bigger,” said Trinh Quang Vu.


Vietnamese engineer generates music with AI

Nguyen Hoang Bao Dai, a 27-year-old engineer based in Ho Chi Minh City, has become the third Vietnamese person to be recognised as a Google Developer Expert in Machine Learning for his music generation model,

VN female scientist receives 'The Most Downloaded Paper' Award for research on Mekong basin

Nguyen Kim Anh and her co-workers have won an award from a Japanese prestigious journal for their research on the salinity situation in the Mekong basin.

Former literature student graduates in computer science from US

Tran Kha Vy, 23, has had quite an experience studying abroad at Minerva Schools at KGI (USA), which has an acceptance rate of only 1.8%.

Hanoi student creates material that adsorbs antibiotics in wastewater

A scientific article on Truong Thi Thuy Trang's project on a new material made from rice husks, an agricultural by-product, that removes antibiotics in wastewater has been published in an ISI-Q1 international scientific journal.


Village student enters top business school in Spain

Getting out of a rut and choosing to follow his own way, Dinh Tien Dat wants to help next-generation students to pursue their own path.

9x graduate leaves big US company to work at startup

Ha DieuTrang is an alumna of Worcester Academy in the US. She was an English major at the Hanoi-Amsterdam High School for the Gifted, but chose to study IT in university because she wanted to challenge herself in a field which was not her forte.

Vietnamese man uses AI to create Petkix, an interactive camera for pets

Based in the US, Petkix is a company that manufactures technological devices for pets.

The universe is this student's oyster

Nguyen Manh Quan is a physics whiz kid, as all his trophies from international competitions show.


Hue physician in the US shares her experiences with online Vietnamese medical community

When she just came to the US, Nguyen Ngoc Trang was surprised when realizing her English pronunciation was not correct. But four years later, she was the best student at her high school.


Vietnamese student earns highest score at Asian Physics Olympiad

All eight Vietnamese students participating in the 2021 Asian Physics Olympiad (APhO) have won prizes, bringing home two golds, one silver, three bronzes and two certificates of merit, reported the Ministry of Education and Training on May 23.

Giving up medical school in Vietnam, student pursues neuroscience research in US

When she was 10 years old, Mai Ngoc Hien, who won a scholarship in 2018 worth $160,000 to study neuroscience at Ohio Wesleyan University, read a book that she had borrowed from a friend about Issac Newton’s research activities. 

Female scientist wants to start public awareness campaign about organ donations

Dr Do Pham Nguyet Thanh, born in 1995, an expert at the Biomedical Research Center under the Pham Ngoc Thach University of Medicine, has been honored as one of HCMC 2020 Outstanding Young Citizens thanks to her active contributions to the community.

23-year-old wins nine scholarships for doctoral study in the US

Vo Pham Thuy Tien has won full scholarships from nine prestigious schools in the US.

9-year-old pupil becomes national master of chess

At the age of nine, Hanoi’s Dau Khuong Duy has been granted the title national master of chess.

Vietnamese PhD holder recognized as leading young scientist in Australia

Nong Ngoc Duy, PhD, honored as one of five leading young scientists in social sciences in Australia, said he had to work no less than 80 hours a week for a long time, and sometimes 14 hours a day, to survive the global competition.

Young farmer and his game-changing approach

Feeling a deep connection to agriculture, a young farmer in 2020 quit his job at a local government agency and began growing asparagus and purple onions and raising rabbits.

Violist Nguyet Thu to spark water world festival

International violist Nguyet Thu will perform at the Water World Music Festival at Da Nang City's Trung Vuong Theatre on April 29.

Cerebral palsy student to represent Vietnam at 2021 Asian Informatics Olympiad

Nguyen Duc Thuan, a disabled student at the Bac Ninh High School for the Gifted in the northern province of Bac Ninh, will be one of 15 Vietnamese contestants at the Asian Informatics Olympics, which will take place in late May 2021.

From failed college candidate to physics professor in the US

Dr. Nguyen Dong Hai spoke with VietNamNet about his path from a student who failed the university entrance exam in Vietnam to a professor of physics at Tennessee Wesleyan University in the US and his thoughts on pedagogical student training.