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February 5th, 2008

A new direction for Vietnamese science and technology

Abstract:
According to top the World Bank's scientific and educational experts, investment and development orientation for global science and technology in the 21st century will concentrate in the English abbreviation ‘GRIN', in which G stands for Genomics; R, Robotics; I, Information Technology and Communication; and N, Nanotechnology.

In fact, over the last ten years, IT, biotechnology, and new material technology have become priorities in the development of Vietnam's science and technology.

In addition, changes have been seen in the content and access method in these above mentioned fields.

Nanotechnology has become a huge field, which covers such sciences as physics, chemistry, information technology, telecommunication, and biotechnology. The technology has reached the highest level as the science of the era, having created comparative advantage for many countries.

To catch up with the development of global science and technology, Vietnam should have proper investment plans, prepared for ideas and combining scientists and experts with programmes which have completely new contents, and establishing training and research centres. Apart from traditional laboratories, two National Universities have begun to do this way.

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