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December 5th, 2007
For the first time scientists say Vietnam could be ready to innovate nanotechnology without help from other countries.
This November experts in the field of nanotechnology from MINATEC Corporation (France) trained Vietnamese scientists and Master's students from Vietnamese universities, leading up to the first international workshop on nanotechnology (IWNA 2007) in the city of Vung Tau.
The event, sponsored by MINATEC and Vietnam National University - HCMC, attracted more than 200 scientists and researchers from 18 countries.
Dang Mau Chien, director of the nano lab at Vietnam National University - HCMC, said the university has succeeded in setting up a team of young nano-scientists, some of whom were sent to study overseas.
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