Vietnam’s science ahead of new opportunities
11:00 | 08/02/2014 Science - Technology
(VEN) - From 2014, the revised Law on Science and Technology is effective with many new changes and is expected to create new development for Vietnam’s science and technology. Minister of Science and Technology Nguyen Quan said, “This is an important legal foundation to implement breakthroughs for scientific and technological research and application and reduce the brain-drain.”
Blueprints for modernizing customs
09:30 | 06/02/2014 Science - Technology
(VEN) - 2013 was a year of change for customs offices as it has made efforts to streamline operations, improve management levels and enterprise service to meet the demands of the integration process.
ICDREC, a typical IC design model
11:00 | 05/02/2014 Science - Technology
(VEN) - After receiving university degree in Germany in integrated circuits, Nguyen Trung Hieu decided to return to Vietnam and is currently Head of Market and Investment Division under the Vietnam National University Integrated Circuit Design Research and Education Center (ICDREC). He is one among many other Vietnamese people around the world with the desire to improve the domestic market.
Quenching a thirst for electricity
16:00 | 04/02/2014 Science - Technology
(VEN) - The three districts of Co To in Quang Ninh, Phu Quoc in Kien Giang and Ly Son in Quang Ngai have important strategic locations in terms of national defense and security, but they are all thirsty for electricity. A number of projects which will be completed in the near future are expected to help them overcome this shortfall.
Da Nang, a smart city
15:30 | 03/02/2014 Science - Technology
(VEN) - Nature has bestowed Da Nang with a diverse range of natural landscapes, with the city boasting mountains, lakes and beautiful beaches. In addition, Da Nang has achieved a breakthrough in urban development and putting scientific and technological achievements into practice. The central city of Da Nang is seen as the most lifestyle friendly city in Vietnam and the first smart city in the Southeast Asia.
Bridging Vietnam, Denmark on green growth
10:30 | 02/02/2014 Science - Technology
(VEN) - “I like the Vietnamese Lunar New Year (Tet). Instead of driving a car as usual, I like the feeling of leisurely riding a bike around Hanoi’s tranquil streets to enjoy a beautiful view of the city. I can have this feeling during Tet holidays only. Riding a bike is also a good way to save energy and protect the environment.” Danish Ambassador to Vietnam John Nielsen shared these words with Vietnam Economic News’ Phuong Lan in a talk on green growth - one of the hot issues and the focus of cooperation between Vietnam and Denmark in the current period.