The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women and Qualcomm Incorporated launched the project DevelopHer yesterday in Hanoi. The project aims at offering opportunities for Vietnamese businesswomen to widen their trading knowledge to achieve success in career.
HCMC should learn from neighboring nations to boost our own innovative activities to successfully build our creative districts, said Head of the Management Board of the Saigon Hi-tech Park (SHTP) Le Hoai Quoc in an interview with SGGP Newspaper about the direction for developing creative districts in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC).
The new season of the biannual technological creations contest titled solutions and technologies to build a smart city has been launched by the Vietnam Union of Science and Technology Associations (VUSTA), HCMC Department of Science and Technology, HCMC Federation of Labor, Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union in HCMC.
With the aim to promote the STEM (curriculum based on the idea of educating students in four specific disciplines — science, technology, engineering and mathematics) education method, Samsung Vina Electronics Co. Ltd. has launched STEM Club at S.hub Kids in the central city of Da Nang.
The Fifth Annual Conference of Vietnamese Young Scientists (ACVYS 2018) was successfully held in Sejong University in Seoul on May 20. With the motto ‘Connecting knowledge, igniting passion’, the conference attracted a great number of young Vietnamese who love science.
The second ‘Smart City 360°’ conference will be held in July 2018 by the Institute for Computational Science & Technology (ICST) under HCMC Department of Science and Technology, introducing and exchanging solutions on smart information systems, mostly focusing on real-time interaction and its application in building a smart city. The event is expected to reach positive results after the success of the first ‘Smart City 360°’ conference.
Professor Doctor Nguyen Ky Phung, Deputy Director of the Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Department of Science and Technology said in a meeting with the Korean delegation from Daegu City that the transfer of technology from Korea to Vietnam will be localized to suit domestic needs.
The Ministry of Information and Communications announced yesterday in Hanoi that the campaign to change Vietnamese 11-digit mobile phone numbers to 10-digt ones would be launched in September this year. However, in the press conference, representatives of mobile network providers have not introduced any practical aid to mobile phone subscribers.
Google officially launched the educational project ‘Programming your future with Google’ yesterday in ten primary schools in Ho Chi Minh City, the southern provinces of Tien Giang and Vinh Long. This project aims at equipping children with basic knowledge on programming and developing their critical thinking.
President Tran Dai Quang led the Vietnamese high-ranking delegation to visit Gunma Prefecture, which is 130km away from Tokyo, on May 29. He had a meeting with Governor Osawa Masaaki and other leaders of Gunma Prefecture.
The Military Industry and Telecoms Group (Viettel) announced on May 27 that it would formally launch its mobile network service named Mytel in Myanmar next month. This is the tenth international market and the most crowded one that Viettel has ever invested into, with the population of nearly 53 million people.