In 2020, Asian Scientist Magazine (Singapore) honors 3 Vietnamese female scientists in the List of 100 typical Asian scientists. PhD. Tran Thi Hong Hanh, Institute of Marine Biochemistry – Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, is one of three Vietnamese scientists who was voted on this list.
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On the afternoon of December 26, at the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology (VAST), the Club of Journalists of Science and Technology announced the results of a poll for the ten most outstanding science and technology events in 2019 in the fields of policy mechanisms, social sciences, natural sciences, applied research, scientists honors and international integration.
The Chu Lai granite is widespread throughout the northern Kontum massif and is an important key in understanding the evolution of the Kontum region and its vicinity. The study presents new data on geochemistry, zircon U-Pb ages, and Nd-Hf isotopes from the Chu Lai granite which allows to constrain the Paleozoic tectonic evolution of the Kontum massif.
The taxonomists from Vietnam National Museum of Nature and Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences are described two new species of the planthopper genus Sogana Matsumura, 1914, family Tropiduchidae, order Hemiptera. Two new species of Sogana Matsumura, 1914: Sogana bachmana Constant & Pham, 2019 from Bach Ma National Park in Central Vietnam, with body length: ♂ (n = 1): 10.2 mm; and Sogana baviana Constant & Pham, 2019 from Ba Vi National Park in North Vietnam, with body length: ♂ (n = 1): 11.7 mm are described.
The entomologies from Japan and Vietnam (Vietnam National Museum of Nature) are described one new species of the genus Rhyparus, tribe Rhyparini, subfamily Aphodiinae, family Scarabaeidae, order Coleoptera.
About 90 km southeast of Hanoi, Trang An scenic complex in Ninh Binh province is home to cultural quintessence and natural beauty. The typical topography of this area is limestone mountains formed in the last geological stages. The process of geological tectonics over a long time created spectacular landscapes with steep cliffs, covered with tropical evergreen forests, surrounding submerged valleys connected with countless caves and underground rivers and streams. In 2014, UNESCO recognized Trang An Landscape Complex as a World Natural and Cultural Heritage.
- Searching for bioactive compounds from Vietnamese propolis
- Anti-inflammatory effects of Eurycoma longifolia Jack root
- Introducing research results of successfully manufacturing the SARS-COV-2 Virus diagnostic kit of Institute of Biotechnology, VAST
- NASA cooperates with VNSC to organize a Workshop on Research on Land Cover, Land Use Change in Vietnam - Laos - Cambodia
- Experiencing Hoa Lac Observatory