Vietnamese-French Professor Jean Tran Thanh Van is the third physician in Asia to be awarded the Tate Medal for his contribution to physics. He has raised US$2 million to build an international centre for science and education in Viet Nam. He talks with Ha Nguyen about the ICISE. Inner Sanctum: Why have you had chosen the southern province of Binh Dinh's Quy Nhon City to build an International Centre for Interdisciplinary Science and Education (ICISE) in Viet Nam.
Posted: August 4, 2013
Five Nobel laureates will come to Vietnam to attend a science event that includes a series of conferences on physics and astrophysics in August.
Posted: July 29, 2013
HA NOI (VNS)– Over 200 scientists from 30 nations, including seven Nobel Prize winners, will attend the 9th "Meeting Viet Nam" – a series of scientific workshops and physics lectures to be held from July 28 to August 17 in the central province of Binh Dinh. The event is being organised by the ministries of Science and Technology, Education and Training and Foreign Affairs along with the Association Rencontres (meeting) du Vietnam.
Posted: July 24, 2013
Marc Gricourt, mayor of Blois, France, meets with Prof. Doctor Jean Tran Thanh Van, Chairman of the Meet Viet Nam Association in France, and Vietnamese Ambassador to France Duong Chi Dung at the 25th Blois Meeting. The event, "Particle Physics and Cosmography", is a chance for hundreds of international scientists to discuss their research. — VNA/VNS Photo Le Ha
Posted: June 1, 2013
Ha Noi--– An international physical science meeting, the sixth of its kind in Viet Nam, opened in Quy Nhon city, the central coastal province of Binh Dinh on July 16. The event, co-organised by the organisation Meeting Vietnam and the Binh Dinh provincial People's Committee, attracted physicists, who are Nobel laureates and 120 leading professors and doctors from 23 countries and territories worldwide.
Posted: July 17, 2012