The city has developed a new policy and higher salary levels to attract more experts and scientists to work for the local government. (Photo: sggp.org.vn)

HCM City moves to attract more experts, scientists

The People’s Committee of Ho Chi Minh City has approved a policy that would help attract experts and scientists, particularly in the fields of IT, biotech, logistics, nanotech, and the support industry, in the 2018-20 period.

New science and technology business opened in HCMC

The Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) Department of Science and Technology has just approved and presented a certificate of science and technology business to Hoang Linh Biotech Limited Company.

Champasak wants to learn from experience of agricultural development in HCMC

A delegation from Champasak province, Laos, led by secretary of  Lao People's Revolutionary Party Central Committee and province Governor Mr. Bounthong Divixay visited and learned from experience of agricultural development at the Ho Chi Minh City Biotechnology Center and High-tech Agriculture Zone yesterday.

Cuba to test new AIDS vaccine on humans

Cuba's top biotech teams have successfully tested a new AIDS vaccine on mice, and are ready to soon begin human testing, a leading researcher told a biotechnology conference in Havana on Monday.
New strategies required to boost Vietnam’s biotechnology

New strategies required to boost Vietnam’s biotechnology

Although Vietnam biotechnology is always considered a potential in ASEAN region, but the present application of biotechnological research into reality encounter many difficulties due to the lack of support from companies, schools, institutes and the barriers from the legal procedures.

City chairman visit pharmaceutical company

Ho Chi Minh City People’s Committee chairman Le Hoang Quan and other leaders from various departments visited the Nanogen Pharmaceutical Biotechnology Company at Quang Trung Software Park in District 9 on Saturday.
City in first steps of biological development

City in first steps of biological development

Ho Chi Minh City has started construction of a 23 hectare-biotechnology center in District 12 with a total capital of US$100 million, aiming to take the city become the country’s center in the field.