Science & Education

Việt Nam has huge potential for saving energy: experts

For a developing society and economy like Việt Nam’s, energy is the engine behind growth, especially in the post-pandemic recovery.

 

Science and technology books on show

Up to 2,000 printed books, journals and reports on science and technology are being showcased at an exhibition, which opened its door in the capital city on Tuesday.

 

VNA, HCM City university ink communication training pact

The University of Economics HCM City (UEH) and the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) will collaborate on linking training and research in communication and design with ground realities.

   

Sóc Trăng declares riverbank erosion emergency

The Sóc Trăng Province People’s Committee has declared an erosion emergency on the Hậu River, a tributary of the Mekong, in Cù Lao Dung District.

 

Allow graduates to teach, get teaching qualifications later: HCM City

Graduates in certain disciplines should be allowed to start teaching and get their pedagogy qualifications later, within a specified time frame, HCM City officials suggest.

   

Offering students choices, a top education strategy: Ivy Global School CEO

Choice in education includes everything from choice provided to students in the classroom to education models and school choice, Kyle Konold, Principal of Ivy Global School, said.

Kyle Konold, Principal of Ivy Global School, said.

 

7 Vietnamese schools among world's most influential universities

The U.K. magazine Times Higher Education (THE) has listed seven schools in Vietnam among those having the most impacts in the world in 2022.

7 Vietnamese schools among world's most influential universities

   

UNICEF Việt Nam calls for reopening of all schools

UNICEF Việt Nam has called on the country to reopen schools for all age groups “without prerequisites”.

 

Central localities deal with unseasonal torrential rains

HÀ NỘI — Central provinces have quickly remedied the consequences of unseasonal torrential rains, which have been hitting the central provinces from Quảng Bình to Khánh Hòa over the last four days.

 

   

First water level monitoring station opens atop lower Mekong basin

The Mekong River Commission (MRC) has unveiled the Xieng Kok water level monitoring station in Laos that's expected to reduce downstream vulnerability to unexpected flows.

First water level monitoring station opens atop lower Mekong basin

 

Việt Nam’s equipment, goods to be transported to UNISFA in first military engineering deployment

Nearly 2,000 tonnes of equipment and goods of Việt Nam’s first military engineering unit participating in the United Nations peacekeeping operations at the UN Interim Security Force for Abyei (UNISFA) will be transported from Hải Phòng port in the northern city of Hải Phòng to the mission from April 4, according to the Ministry of National Defence’s Việt Nam Department of Peacekeeping Operations.

   

Perfect event for literary lovers nationwide

Activities within the framework of Việt Nam Book and Reading Culture Day 2022 will take place from March 15 to April 30, expected to attract thousands of book lovers across the country.

 

Schools learn to adapt as COVID cases rise among students

As more COVID-19 cases are detected among school children, education institutions in HCM City are taking measures to adapt and prepare for the upcoming end-semester exams.

   

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