It is high time for Vietnam's economy to make basic changes to meet new development requirements and grasp new opportunities brought about by deep and wide international integration.
The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has kicked off a university accreditation process, but the criteria for quality assurance remain controversial.
After 60 years of national liberation and with many ups and downs, Hanoi has transformed into a major metropolitan area of the region and the world and has been honoured as the city for peace, said Chairman of the Municipal...
All radioactive devices in the city will be tracked and managed by the Department of Science and Technology via Global Positioning System devices from the end of next month.
Japanese investors consider Vietnam as their prioritised investment destination which has favourable conditions and prominent attraction at present and in the future.
Experts have underlined the need to develop the environment industry in order to better control pollution and environmental degradation in the country at a recent workshop-and-fair on environmental industrial products in Hanoi.
A Vietnamese delegation led by the Chairman of the National Assembly (NA) Committee for Economic Affairs, Nguyen Van Giau, attended the 8th Asia-Europe Parliamentary Partnership (ASEP-8) Meeting in Rome, Italy, on October 7.
The Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine has been awarded to three scientists who discovered the brain's “GPS system”.
Capital shortage is no longer a problem for many technology startups as many venture funds are increasingly pouring money into them.
Vietnam hopes to cooperate with Japanese businesses to improve the quality of the processing industry and agricultural products for exports.