A lesson in the project ‘Experimental Teaching in Social and Natural Science Subjects’ for third graders of Nguyen Binh Khiem Primary School. (Photo: SGGP)

Technology impressively improves teaching quality in HCMC

In order to be well prepared for the national educational curriculum reform next year, many schools in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) this year are applying technologies into teaching. They have achieved encouraging results and been able to promote critical thinking as well as creativity among students.

Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam  at the meeting (Photo: SGGP)

Deputy PM asks to revamp management ways in education, technology

At the yesterday working meeting with leaders of the Mekong delta province of Dong Thap, Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam requested to revamp management ways in the education sector and technology which play significant role in the country’s growth.
PM Phuc speaks at the event (Photo: Courtesy of Australia Embasy)

Science, Technology, Innovation as pillar for socio-economic growth in Vietnam

An international conference under the title “Science, Technology and Innovation as a Pillar for Socio-Economic Development in Vietnam” was jointly held today by the Australia Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), the Ministry of Science and Technology of Vietnam (MoST), and the International Development Innovation Alliance (IDIA).
Thanks to a good sales management app installed in a handheld device, retailers are able to monitor their business better.

Technology fully exploited in retail channels

Retailing businesses and individuals in Vietnam are gaining huge advantages in approaching consumers thanks to the development of e-commerce. Adding to this, the digital transformation process is improving trading performance while effectively reducing the overhead cost of these people.

Quantum computers will be more extensively used

5 technologies to reshape worldwide in next 5 years

IBM Vietnam on March 21 announced the 2018 ‘IMB 5 in 5’ List of IBM Research about the 5 breakthrough technologies that can change the way people work, live, and even interact with others in the next 5 years. The list has confirmed the significant role of technology in the advancement of the world.

 Farmers of Dong Thap Muoi  in Tan Hung District, Long An  Province are harvesting their rice (Photo: SGGP)

Agriculture must apply technology to advance

Vietnamese farmers account for 70% of population, yet they only contribute 20 percent to GDP, while these figures in other developed countries are 2 percent -4 and 40 percent, respectively.

Seven taxi firms of Vietnam have developed their own car hailing applications (Photo: techz.vn)

Traditional taxi firms turn to technology

The transportation market of Vietnam is witnessing significant changes since the rapid expansion of ride hailing apps Uber and Grab in recent years.