The prioritised technologies belong to four areas namely digital technologies, physics, biotechnology, and energy and environment.
With more than 18 years of experience in fashion and textiles, Doctor Rajkishore Nayak always focuses on achieving excellent results. His objective is to become a global name in fashion and textile education and research. He currently lives in Việt Nam and is educating Vietnamese students in fashion production.
HCM City uses artificial intelligence as a foundation to develop industry 4.0 and become a smart city.
Drones are being used on a trial basis to spray crop protection chemicals in the Mekong Delta provinces of Đồng Tháp and Long An under the region’s high-tech agricultural programmes.
A Japanese cleaning nano-technology has helped reduce the bad smell from the polluted Tô Lịch River in Hà Nội, according to online newspaper toquoc.vn.vn.
As a lecturer, Vòng Bính Long juggles two jobs: conducting research in pharmaceutical materials used to treat cancer and teaching classes to students at the University of Science in HCM City.