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Pwn2Own, the world's leading cyberattack competition, has announced that two security experts from the Viettel Cyber Security Company are the winners at Pwn2Own Vancouver 2022.

Grandmaster couple shine in SEA Games

Nguyen Ngoc Truong Son and Pham Le Thao Nguyen are national chess teammates. They are the first couple winning at the same time in the 31st SEA Games after grabbing two golds each for Vietnam.

Doll collection created in honour of Mother Goddess worshipping

Inspired by Mother Goddess worshipping - a UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage - designer Van Anh Scarlet created a collection of figurative dolls based on the ritual, called the “Painting of the Four Palaces”.

First Vietnamese woman reaches summit of Mount Everest

Nguyen Thi Thanh Nha, also known as Céline Nha Nguyen, has become the first Vietnamese woman to conquer the summit of Mount Everest.

Vietnamese woman in France becomes successful author of books about crochet

Born in Vietnam and now living in France, the 30-year-old mother has become an author of books in France after several years of pursuing her passion: crochet.

Craftsman from Hoi An turns rough base of bamboo into sculptures of faces

In less than 30 minutes, the face of Mr. Phuc was chiseled out of a rough bamboo base made by Mr. Huynh Phuong Do.

Student crafts hundreds of remote-controlled airplanes that fly up to 180km per hour

Vo Hoang Hieu, 20, has built hundreds of radio-controlled (RC) model airplanes with his parents’ full support. His hobby has helped him beat his gaming addiction.

From zero to hero: ‘worst student’ becomes researcher at Oxford University

Once a student with the worst performance in class, Le Xuan Khoa won a scholarship and later defended his Ph.D. in Energy and Buildings at Ulster University (UK).

Vietnamese scientist pursues doctoral study at world-renowned university

Before ‘settling down’ at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US, Nguyen Minh Quang sought study and research opportunities in many different countries.

Young woodcarver puts modern twist on traditional craft

Quang Nam Province in central Vietnam is a magnet for tourists with its ancient yellow wooden houses on the banks of the Thu Bon River in Hoi An City.

Young doctor dreams of 'Made in Vietnam' pharmaceuticals

Truong Thanh Tung is a young doctor with great aspirations. With experience working abroad, Tung and his research team hope to make antiviral drugs in Vietnam to treat infectious diseases such as COVID-19.

Experience is more important than GPA, says engineer with ‘big tech’ firms

Le Van Hong Chan, who was an excellent student at Le Hong Phong High School for the Gifted in HCMC, is a software engineer who has worked for big technology firms such as Microsoft, Google, Asana, Facebook and Snap.

Young physics professor: 'triangle model' helps develop high-quality research

Prof Phung Van Dong, who is head of a strong research team in High Energy Physics and Cosmology at Phenikaa University, is the youngest professor recognized this year.

The scientist-caretakers of aquatic creatures at Nha Trang Oceanography Institute

In addition to research, scientists must keep watch and take care of fish being bred at the Nha Trang Oceanography Institute in Khanh Hoa province.

10 powerful female entrepreneurs in Vietnam

The women are leaders of famous Vietnamese companies who have helped their firms overcome difficulties and achieve success.

Youngest associate professor returns to Vietnam from Japan

Associate Prof Dr Le Van Lich said he had very good conditions to work and carry out scientific research in Japan, but he decided to return to Vietnam to the school where he once attended.

Hanoian who created app for people over aged 50 named on Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list

At the age of 28, Ngo Thuy Anh, the founder of an app for older people, has been named in Forbes’ 30 Under 30 in Vietnam.

Do schools for the gifted need professors or just normal high school teachers?

The news that Hoa Binh province is willing to spend VND1 billion to attract professors and associate professors to teach at the provincial school for the gifted has raised controversy.

Vietnamese law graduate who used to work for the Supreme Court of Singapore

Having graduated from the law faculty of Singapore Management University as the valedictorian, and having finished a stint at the Supreme Court of Singapore, Nguyen Sinh Vuong told Vietnam that 

Vietnamese man earns doctorate in South Korea at the age of 29

Nguyen Tri Hai, 29, thought that he just needed to find a good professor and a lab to have a future. However, he had no work to publish after two years of research.