The Genetic Scientist Who Dreams of Decoding Vietnamese Genes

The Genetic Scientist Who Dreams of Decoding Vietnamese Genes

Bui Thanh Duyen, 34, dedicates her life to genetic research and developing genetic maps for the Vietnamese people.
Running on Recyclables: Vietnamese Inventors Creates Stylish Shoes from Plastic Waste

Running on Recyclables: Vietnamese Inventors Creates Stylish Shoes from Plastic Waste

More start-ups are looking for solutions to help protect the environment and limit climate change. In particular, two Vietnamese-origin founders Jesse Khanh Tran and Son Chu surprised the world with their eco-friendly footwear.
Vietnamese Developer of Billion Dollar Game Self-Learned Programming at 8

Vietnamese Developer of Billion Dollar Game Self-Learned Programming at 8

This shocking detail was revealed by Nguyen Thanh Trung – CEO and founder of the game Axie Infinity. The Vietnamese game has achieved a market cap of over US$ 2 billion.
Vietnamese Businesses Look to Start-up Innovators

Vietnamese Businesses Look to Start-up Innovators

At a recent webinar, young and talented overseas Vietnamese entrepreneurs shared how they started their businesses in their homeland
Vietnam News Today (July 17): Vietnam’s New Wave Covid Tally Crosses 40,000

Vietnam News Today (July 17): Vietnam’s New Wave Covid Tally Crosses 40,000

Vietnam News Today (July 17): Vietnam’s new wave Covid tally crosses 40,000; Pizza shop employee latest Covid case in new Hanoi cluster; Vietnam to tighten security checks for flights to Japan and Vietnam expected to be “rising star” in Southeast Asia’s startup ecosystem.
Vietnamese startups still raise millions of US dollar during the pandemic

Vietnamese startups still raise millions of US dollar during the pandemic

Despite COVID-19 pandemic,  Vietnamese start-ups  like Tiki, OnPoint  still  receives millions USD from foreign investors.
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New Survey Reveals Changing Health Priorities Among Asia Pacific Consumers Economy

New Survey Reveals Changing Health Priorities Among Asia Pacific Consumers

HONG KONG SAR - Media OutReach - 28 October 2021 - A new survey examining the awareness and usage of nutritional supplements in the Asia Pacific region revealed that four out of five consumers in believe their health is a "work in progress," and 86% have been taking steps to improve their health in the past year.
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