Update news vietnamese scientists
The Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union Central Committee announced the list of ten young scientists who win the Golden Globe Science and Technology Award 2023 on September 28.
The website Research.com on September 1 announced its rankings of world scientists with excellent achievements in scientific publications in 2023, in which there are 14 Vietnamese.
To reduce labour and enhance agricultural productivity, one farmer has devoted nearly two decades to tireless research and developing more than 50 types of automated agricultural machinery.
Two Vietnamese researchers have been bestowed by the French Academy of Sciences and the French Ministry of Higher Education and Research with a scientific cooperation award in recognition of their contributions to cooperation projects with France.
Vietnamese scientist Ngo Thi Thuy Huong and her colleagues at Phenikaa University were recently honoured with the King of Thailand Awards in recognition of their outstanding achievements in the field of Vetiver phytoremediation technology.
When there is enough love and passion, there will be no limit for women in doing scientific research, said Professor, Dr of Chemistry Le Minh Thang, who has spent two decades teaching and studying petrochemical technology.
Vietnamese-American scientist Nguyen Thuc Quyen has recently been awarded the Wilhelm Exner Medal 2023 for her valuable contributions directly impacting the future economy through the development of organic solar cells.
Dr. Ngo Manh Tien and his colleagues at the Institute of Physics under the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology have successfully manufactured an intelligent humanoid robot IVASTBot, opening up research and robot application in communication.
Dr. Nguyen Thi Hoang Duong will be awarded the Colworth Medal in 2024. Duong is the first Vietnamese to receive the Colworth Medal in its 60-year history.
Vietnamese-born Professor Nguyen Thuc Quyen from University of California, Santa Barbara, and co-chair of the VinFuture Prize Pre-screening Committee, said she wants to connect Vietnam's and the world's scientific communities more closely.
Prof. Dr. Le Minh Thang on March 7, 2023 was presented the 2022 Kovalevskaia Awards 2022 by Prime Minister Pham Minh Chinh.
Dr Truong Thanh Tung, a prominent figure in the pharmaceutical study, has been selected as one of the 10 outstanding young Vietnamese people of 2022.
Professor Nguyen Thuc Quyen has become the first female Vietnamese scientist to be elected to the US National Academy of Engineering.
A group of Vietnamese researchers has won the second prize of the 2022 China-ASEAN Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition (CAIEC) for their Brain Analytics project, AI software to detect Alzheimer disease by analysing MRI brain images.
Vietnamese Professor Nguyen Thi Kim Thanh has received “the Distinguished Women in Chemistry or Chemical Engineering Awards” by the International Union of Pure and Applied Chemistry (IUPAC) in 2023.
Pham Tuan Huy, 27, has become only the second Vietnamese talent to receive an award from the Clay Mathematics Institute (CMI) which gives out various prizes and sponsorships to promising mathematicians from around the world.