The University of Medicine in Ho Chi Minh City January 9 organized the 23rd Youth Technology and the 31st Science and Technology conferences.
As many as students and lecturers participated in the conferences reporting 351 projects in the fields of internal medicine, anatomy, nerves, and gerontology.
Professor Le Van Cuong, head of the university’s Science Department, students and lecturers have carried out more than 300 scientific projects at grassroots level and 12 others at municipal level.
Moreover, the university has been assigned to conduct 4 additional projects. Total spending for scientific projects and science-related activities is around VND13 billion (US$616,700).
In the future, the school will strengthen science-related researches and invest more in advanced technologies such as molecular biology and laparoscopic surgery.