Journal from Vietnam's University Listed on Scopus

Journal from Vietnam's University Listed on Scopus

The Journal of Economic Development (JED) of National Economics University officially entered the Scopus List of Indexed Journals, further paving way to spread Vietnamese science in the international community.
Vietnam Leads in Top 5 of Numbers of Scientific Researchers in RoK

Vietnam Leads in Top 5 of Numbers of Scientific Researchers in RoK

According to VNA correspondent in Seoul, Republic of Korea (RoK), the number of registered foreign researchers participating in research and development (R&D) projects of the Korean Government is 22,000 people, equivalent to 3.2% of the total human resources for scientific research.
Three Vietnamese Female Scientists Receive L’Oréal – UNESCO Awards 2023

Three Vietnamese Female Scientists Receive L’Oréal – UNESCO Awards 2023

They were awarded for their outstanding scientific research results, as well as the modernity, novelty, applicability, and promise of their research initiatives. Each scientist will receive VN150 million (US$6,100).
Two Vietnamese Scientists Receive French Noble Awards

Two Vietnamese Scientists Receive French Noble Awards

Recently, two Vietnamese scientists were presented the French noble awards for "Efforts for bilateral cooperation in science between France and ASEAN countries".
14 Vietnamese Scientists Named In World’s Rankings

14 Vietnamese Scientists Named In World’s Rankings

14 Vietnamese scientists have been announced in the rankings of world scientists with excellent achievements in scientific publications in 2023 by the website Research.com on September 1.
Prof. Bui Minh Phong Receives Hungary's Knight Cross Order

Prof. Bui Minh Phong Receives Hungary's Knight Cross Order

Professor Bui Minh Phong was honored to be awarded the Hungary Order of Merit Knight Cross for his contributions in the fields of mathematical research, scientific cooperation, and education.
Vietnamese Scientist in Japan Entered World Top Scientist List

Vietnamese Scientist in Japan Entered World Top Scientist List

Research.com - a reputable academic research portal - has updated the ranking of scientists with outstanding achievements in research in 2023, including Professor Tran Dang Xuan from the Japan’s Hiroshima University
13 Vietnamese Scientists Named among World's Top List

13 Vietnamese Scientists Named among World's Top List

13 Vietnamese working in the country have been listed among the world's best scientists by Research.com, a reputable academic research portal.
Young Vietnamese Scientists in the RoK Gather for Conference

Young Vietnamese Scientists in the RoK Gather for Conference

The annual conference attracted hundreds of scientists, graduate students, and Vietnamese and international students studying and living in the Republic of Korea.
Natural Compounds  as Anticancer Agents Found in Rice Husks

Natural Compounds as Anticancer Agents Found in Rice Husks

Vietnamese scientist found anti-cancer compounds from rice husks
Vietnam News Today (Oct. 14): Vietnam Likely to Become Leading Global Tech Hub

Vietnam News Today (Oct. 14): Vietnam Likely to Become Leading Global Tech Hub

Vietnam News Today (Oct. 14): 1,069 new Covid-19 cases recorded on October 13; Vietnam likely to become the leading global tech hub; Monkeypox put under control in Vietnam; Vietnamese representatives listed among most influential scientists in the world.
Viet Scientist Tackles World Hunger with Gene Coding Research

Viet Scientist Tackles World Hunger with Gene Coding Research

The finding by Vietnamese PhD student Dinh Xuan Hoan is considered great advancement in the fight against rust disease, which decreases global food production by at least 10 percent.
Vietnamese Female Scientists Meet in Paris to Share Experiences

Vietnamese Female Scientists Meet in Paris to Share Experiences

The event praised women in science and connected overseas Vietnamese women with their homeland.
Vietnamese Scientist Creates Insulation Material from Waste

Vietnamese Scientist Creates Insulation Material from Waste

Professor Nguyen Dang Mao, 34, develops new insulation materials from waste wood, bamboo fibers, straw and canola to help reduce CO2 emissions.
Over 20 Vietnamese Scientists Listed Among World Top 100,000

Over 20 Vietnamese Scientists Listed Among World Top 100,000

Nearly 30 Vietnamese scientists working domestically and abroad have been named in the list of the world's top 100,000 most-cited researchers in all fields of science.
Vietnam News Today (October 26): HCM City Authority Suggests On-site Dining Without Air Conditioning, Alcohol

Vietnam News Today (October 26): HCM City Authority Suggests On-site Dining Without Air Conditioning, Alcohol

Vietnam News Today (October 26): Vietnam proactive in making responsible contributions to ASEAN’s common affairs; Vietnam-ASOCIO Smart City Summit to take place next month; HCM City authority suggests on-site dining without air conditioning, alcohol; Five Vietnamese scientists listed among top 10,000 globally.
Vietnamese PhD holder recognized as leading young scientist in Australia

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.
5 Vietnamese scholars got in top 100 best scientists in Asia

5 Vietnamese scholars got in top 100 best scientists in Asia

Asian Scientist journal (Singapore) has just honored 5 Vietnamese in the list of 100 Asian scientists for their outstanding achievements in research.
Dr. Vo Cam Quy: A Phu Yen person to makes a name for Vietnamese overseas

Dr. Vo Cam Quy: A Phu Yen person to makes a name for Vietnamese overseas

"My most significant success is having determined my dream, my passion and daring to live and dedicate myself to that passion", Dr. Vo Cam Quy (commonly known as Quy Vo Reinhard) shared.
Vietnamese scholars win U.S. scientific research awards PEER

Vietnamese scholars win U.S. scientific research awards PEER

Three Vietnamese scholars have won the U.S. scientific research awards in the latest round of the Partnerships for Enhanced Engagement in Research (PEER), an international program that funds scientists and engineers in developing countries who partner with U.S. Government-funded researchers to address global development challenges.
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