vietnam struggles to limit plastic waste curb use of plastic bags Vietnam struggles to limit plastic waste, curb use of plastic bags

06:00 | 08/05/2020 Environment

(VEN) - Vietnam aims to replace all plastic bags currently in use by environmentally friendly plastic bags at commercial centers and supermarkets by 2025.
vietnamese firms fall short on standardization Vietnamese firms fall short on standardization

13:00 | 06/05/2020 Science - Technology

(VEN) - Having an appropriate standardization strategy and meeting international standards is important for businesses to improve quality and competitiveness, and successfully integrate into international markets. However, a large number of Vietnamese enterprises are still unaware of the importance of standardization and/or unable to apply it.
made in vietnam robots on front lines of covid 19 battle Made-in-Vietnam robots on front lines of Covid-19 battle

06:00 | 05/05/2020 Science - Technology

(VEN) - Robots can replace humans in high-risk environments in carrying out certain tasks, such as delivering medicines and food, collecting garbage, and spraying disinfectants. That was the guiding principle adopted by Vietnamese scientists mobilized for the fight against the Covid-19 pandemic.
vietnam forges ahead with intl sci tech cooperation Vietnam forges ahead with int’l sci-tech cooperation

06:00 | 22/04/2020 Science - Technology

(VEN) - International cooperation on science and technology (sci-tech) is a vital element in Vietnam’s foreign economic relations, which not only attracts foreign resources and technologies, but also improves the domestic sci-tech level.
vietnamese scientists make environmentally safe bags from plastic waste Vietnamese scientists make environmentally safe bags from plastic waste

09:38 | 15/04/2020 Environment

(VEN) - The Institute of Chemistry under the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology has produced an environmentally friendly nylon bag that uses additives to disintegrate the plastic waste.
consumers confused by biodegradable plastic labels Consumers confused by ‘biodegradable’ plastic labels

16:20 | 08/04/2020 Environment

(VEN) - There are many kinds of plastic bags advertised as self-destructing or biodegradable, but consumers have to read the labels and list of input materials to distinguish between those harmful to the environment and human health and those that are safe.
fortinet introduces self learning artificial intelligence appliance Fortinet Introduces Self-Learning Artificial Intelligence Appliance

17:26 | 07/04/2020 Information Technology

Fortinet®, a global leader in broad, integrated and automated cybersecurity solutions, today announced FortiAI , a first-of-its-kind on-premises appliance that leverages self-learning Deep Neural Networks (DNN) to speed threat remediation and handle time consuming, manual security analyst tasks.   
businesses mull ways to engage in technological revolution Businesses mull ways to engage in technological revolution

10:29 | 07/04/2020 Science - Technology

(VEN) - The Fourth Industrial Revolution is creating landmark changes with the advent of such transformative developments as big data, artificial intelligence and the Internet of Things (IoT). Unless Vietnam’s business world adapts to this new landscape and takes advantage of the benefits of modern technology to optimize production, they will lag behind.
programming contest launched to combat coronavirus Programming contest launched to combat coronavirus

17:25 | 06/04/2020 Science - Technology

A hackathon has been launched by the Hanoi Youth Union, the UNDP in Vietnam and AngelHack Vietnam to look for innovative ideas in education, healthcare, information and economics to combat the coronavirus epidemic.
bat working on potential covid 19 vaccine BAT working on potential Covid-19 vaccine

14:50 | 05/04/2020 Science - Technology

BAT’s US bio-tech subsidiary, Kentucky BioProcessing (KBP), is developing a potential vaccine for COVID-19 and is now in pre-clinical testing. If testing goes well, BAT is hopeful that, with the right partners and support from government agencies, between one and three million doses of the vaccine could be manufactured per week, beginning in June.
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