Lecturer Nguyen Kim Phi Phung of the Nature University’s Chemistry Faculty has won the International Kovalevskaia Award, an annual accolade given to brilliant female scientists, which was founded in 1985 with an initial donation from American professors Ann and Neal Koblitz.
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VietNamNet Bridge – Achievements in building material technology, healthcare and agriculture were the best in the technology field in 2014.
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(L-R): Twelfth-graders Pham Mai Phuong and Pham Ngan Giang from Hanoi win two gold medals at the 46th International Olympiad. Photo credit: VnExpress
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Three Vietnamese academics have recently been named on the “World's Most Influential Scientific Minds: 2014” list by American multinational media and information firm Thomson Reuters.
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Three Vietnamese have been named in the World's Most Influential Scientific Minds: 2014, a new list of highly cited researchers in sciences and social sciences.
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Three Vietnamese scientists – Dam Thanh Son, Nguyen Son Binh and Nguyen Xuan Hung – have been listed in the World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds 2014 by Thomson Reuters.
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(VOV) - Three Vietnamese scientists – Dam Thanh Son, Nguyen Son Binh and Nguyen Xuan Hung – have been listed in the World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds 2014 by Thomson Reuters.
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Vietnam’s honourary consul for the area of Turin, Italy, Sandra Scagliotti, has recently debuted a book that depicts the devastating consequences of Agent Orange in Vietnam.
At a ceremony to introduce the book, literally translated as “When weapon in dumb silence: Agent Orange and consequences of the Vietnam war”, Sandra Scagliotti said she wrote the book to help the Italian people gain a better understanding of the meaning of peace and the atrocity and injustice of war.
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Vietnam ’s honor consul for the area of Turin , Italy , Sandra Scagliotti, has recently made public a book that depicts devastating consequences of Agent Orange in Vietnam.
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