Young scientific researchers to have chance to receive $4,398

Winners of Vuon Uom Sang Tao program 2017(Innovation Incubator Program of Science and Technology Young) are able to receive VND100- 150 million ($4,398) to carry out their project within 12 months.

Members of the organizing board discuss the standard for the program (Photo: on the website of the Department of Science and Technology)

Members of the organizing board discuss the standard for the program (Photo: on the website of the Department of Science and Technology)

The program launched by the Department of Science and Technology and the Ho Chi Minh City Youth Communist union is open to all Vietnam citizens currently living, study, and working in Ho Chi Minh, under the age of 35.
Candidates have not achieved the doctorate.

Entries should be sent to Science-Technology development center at 1 Pham Ngoc Thach, in district 1 before May 15, 2017. The organizer encourages researches on social matters for managing and developing teenagers in addition to basic researches and applied researches connecting to the city’s programs.


By Thao Nga –translated by Uyen Phuong

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