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Vietnam’s nuclear medicine makes big leaps within short time

VietNamNet Bridge – Vietnam has been quick to grasp trends and effectively use radiation and radioisotopes in the healthcare sector, according to Tran Duc Thiep, a member of the National Council for the Development and Application of Atomic Energy.  Vietnam has been effectively radiation and radioisotopes in the healthcare sector   Such efforts even preceded ... Read More »

Chemist turns herbs into precious medicine

VietNamNet Bridge – Ba Thị Cham, MA, a female scientist, has created 20 health care products, seven of which have been transferred to enterprises. All of them are synthesized from herbs. Cham has created 20 healthcare products from herbs The researcher at the Chemistry Institute of the Vietnam Academy of Science & Technology, decided to study herbs because she believes ... Read More »

Man’s invention turns husk into packed bars

VietNamNet Bridge – Rice husk is no longer agricultural waste thanks to a heat press machine invented by rural engineer Tran Dinh Lai in central Thua Thien- Hue Province. The machine at a facility in Lai’s home village. — VNS Photos Phuoc Buu Lai said his machines are present in most localities around the country and also in Laos and ... Read More »

New bio-based waste treatment developed by Vietnamese scientists

An agricultural waste treatment that uses bioproducts has been developed by scientists from the Centre of New Material and the Hanoi Gardening Association.  A Vietnamese soldier feeds cattle and fowl on Da Lon Island (internationally called the Discovery Great Reef) on Vietnam’s Truong Sa (Spratly) Archipelago Two main inoculants, bactericidal polymer liquid Medipag – 20 and bio-activated powder Bioaktive-Eco, have ... Read More »

Tech law eyes Industry 4.0’s dark side

Phung Duc Tien, Deputy Chairman of the National Assembly Committee on Science, Technology, and Environment, sheds some light on how to prevent Vietnam from becoming a dumping ground for the world’s obsolete technology and equipment, as well as sharing some new points in the amended Law on Technology Transfer that will come into force in July of next year.  Entering ... Read More »

Vietnam tries stem cell therapy on 21 kinds of disease

VietNamNet Bridge – Though Vietnam started later than developed countries in applying stem cells for medicinal purposes, it has made significant progress in the field. Vietnam tries stem cell therapy on 21 kinds of disease Minister of Science & Technology Chu Ngoc Anh said at a conference recently that stem cell therapy has been applied to treat 21 types of ... Read More »

ICT revenues exceed VND2,100 trillion

Vietnam’s total information and communications technology (ICT) revenues in the year to date have exceeded VND2,136 trillion (US$94 billion), up 9.34% compared to the same period last year, heard a conference held by the Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) on Friday. A customer is seen at the customer service desk of MobiFone ICT total revenues include VND13.9 trillion from ... Read More »

Developing renewable energy from waste

VietNamNet Bridge – HCMC alone discharges 8,300 tons of waste every day, 76 percent of which is buried. Much of the waste could be recycled into clean energy. Vietnam wants to develop renewable energy projects The land fund for burying waste in large cities is getting scarce, while the demand for clean power in Vietnam is predicted to increase by ... Read More »

Eavesdropping software installed on thousands of phones

The HCM City People’s Court on Monday sentenced Huynh Ngoc Den to four years in prison for illegally accessing computer networks, telecommunication networks, internet and digital devices of others. Huynh Ngoc Den is sentenced to four years in prison for illegally accessing computer networks, telecommunication networks, internet and digital devices of others. — Photo According to the indictment, in ... Read More »

APG submarine cable damaged

The Asia-Pacific Getaway (APG) Submarine cable from Vietnam to Singapore has crashed, negatively affecting internet capacity of the Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) and other network operators. According to VNPT, after problems on the Asia-America Getaway (AAG) and Southeast Asia-Middle East-Western Europe (SMW-3) submarine cables on November 7, which were eventually repaired on Saturday, the APG Submarine cable suddenly ... Read More »