Hanoi University of Science and Technology (HUST) has teamed up with VMED Group to develop and produce a high-flow oxygen machine to help treat COVID-19 patients. And they have the production capability to produce thousands of machines each month should the need arise.
The weather gets hotter when the summer reaches its middle period in the north, which comes along with the more serious situation of the pandemic.
With the air pollution in Hà Nội and other parts of Việt Nam very alarming, a group of university students has set up a project allowing pupils to gain experience in science and technology and raise public awareness about the environment.
Former Minister of Science and Technology Nguyễn Quân talks to Khoa học Phát triển (Science and Development) online newspaper about the limitations on legal documents that regulate science-technology investment in Việt Nam and recommendations for the country to unlock its potentials in this field.
Hà received the title at the age of 34 in early December last year by the State Council for Professorship.
Air quality in the capital city fell to dangerous levels in the first week of the New Year, particularly in inner city areas, according to the Department of Natural Resources and Environment.