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Students tell stories about scientific research through STEM education

For the first time, a separate forum for students from urban to rural areas to introduce STEM activities at their own school.

The 2022 STEM Festival with the theme “Overcoming volatility” opened on the morning of May 20 at the headquarters of the Ministry of Science and Technology and more than 10 bridge points in the provinces of Yen Bai, Phu Tho, Lao Cai, Ha Tinh… share and introduce STEM-oriented learning and club activities.

Speaking at the opening of the festival, Deputy Minister Le Xuan Dinh said that STEM education evokes passion for creativity, discovery, combining “study and practice” to gather and acquire new knowledge through practical experience. . This is the advantage of STEM education when young people receive knowledge by themselves.

Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Le Xuan Dinh spoke at the event on the morning of May 20. Image: Tung Dinh

According to the Deputy Minister, the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic has caused a great disturbance in teaching and learning space, with significant challenges, but students and teachers have made great efforts to overcome this change. adaptive action. “This is the reason why we chose the topic Overcoming volatility, in order to create a forum for sharing experiences, honoring the efforts of teachers and students on the journey of finding and expanding knowledge,” said Deputy Minister Dinh.

He said that the interdisciplinary and interdisciplinary approach through STEM education is an appropriate approach to improve the knowledge and skills of digital transformation for young people. This year’s festival is a very meaningful event in the context of digital transformation with the goal of rapidly developing digital access capacity for the community, especially young people in remote and mountainous areas and organized organization in the form of open source”, the Deputy Minister said and hoped to spread the spirit of STEM festival to units, students, across the country, thereby building a young innovation ecosystem for students. young bamboo shoot generation”.

Sharing practical experiences, Le Khanh Linh, a literary major from Nguyen Tat Thanh High School for the Gifted (Yen Bai Province), said that she pursues her passion for science. Linh shared, this determination has come since her father got sick, making it difficult to travel, always worrying about wanting to do something. Linh developed the E-FAS device to assist with travel after hundreds of failed tests.

The female high school student many times thought “collapsed” when the finishing machine broke the circuit, pulsed error and had to start from scratch.

Linh said, it was only when I saw my dad put the device on his leg and move more easily, that I realized everything was worth it. “Joining the STEM club has helped me to have a scientific research topic, but more than that, it has helped me express my love to my father,” Linh said.

Le Thuy Linh, class 9A1 at Pho Lu TT Secondary School, Bao Thang district, Lao Cai presented at the 2022 STEM Festival. Photo: Tung Dinh

Le Thuy Linh, class 9A1 at Pho Lu TT Secondary School, Bao Thang district, Lao Cai presented at the 2022 STEM Festival. Photo: Tung Dinh

Le Thuy Linh, class 9A1 of TT Pho Lu Secondary School, Bao Thang district, Lao Cai said that she was very honored and a little surprised when the group’s representative presented at the festival. Thuy Linh shared, STEM activities in mountainous provinces like Lao Cai are as exciting as big cities. There, she and her friends joined the STEM Robot club – a club established at the beginning of each school year, including students from grades 6 to 9.

Members will be able to participate in STEM activities in recycling and scientific research, including programming robots. Through STEM activities such as training in programming, the combination of science, math and engineering knowledge has helped form products that express creativity. These include monitoring and alerting devices for environmental quality for people with asthma; garbage classification system using artificial intelligence (AI), or experimental kits to learn the optics-light well; automatic body temperature measurement and hand washing machine; Decorative pattern is recycled from plastic waste.

From the bridge at Ky Anh High School, Ha Tinh, two students Le Anh Tuan Bang and Nguyen Van Tinh said that STEM activities at the school apply integrated knowledge in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics to solve problems. solve real problems. The group shared about projects such as a multi-purpose boat for aquaculture, a voice-controlled robotic arm for the disabled, or an automatic Covid-19 test sampler. All projects won high prizes in the national technical innovation contest.

From Trung Vuong Secondary School (Hanoi), Nguyen Luong Bang (14 years old) shares STEM experiences from the perspective of city students. Early access to STEM with father is an information technology engineer and mother is a lecturer at Hanoi University of Science and Technology. “My parents are both knowledgeable about STEM, so I am given the opportunity to learn and explore,” Bang said.

Nguyen Luong Bang (14 years old), Trung Vuong Secondary School (Hanoi) shared at the event.

Nguyen Luong Bang (14 years old), Trung Vuong Secondary School (Hanoi) shared at the event. Image: Tung Dinh

The student right from middle school has participated in more than 10 domestic and foreign projects. I experienced and learned about automatic control systems, electronic components, connected electrical circuits or programming using mBlock software when participating in a traffic light system design project. Designing night lights, automatic pet food machines or participating in international STEM summer camps, learning programming in smart home design, learning how to create artificial intelligence products are some of my experiences. via.

However, Bang said, there are still some challenges such as not having in-depth access, few opportunities to access the natural environment outside the city and the need to balance between studying, resting and doing STEM research. .

And La Thi Huong, Hanoi University of Science and Technology shared a touching story about the road to passion without roses. Ninh Binh schoolgirl is the second child in a family of four sisters whose father is intellectually disabled, born deaf, and her mother is in poor health. Right from high school, Huong showed an interest in science when turning her bedroom into her “first workspace” – where she made her own telescope from a water pipe. Summer vacation in 11th grade, Huong cycled 20 km to the city to apply for an apprenticeship at a billboard and furniture factory to earn money to support her family. Here, Huong was exposed to heavy mechanical machines, saw actual CNC machines that helped her learn how to build a complete system.

From the original designs purely mechanical, the female students progressed to combining electronics and programming and then launched products. Thanks to her passion and efforts, Huong participated in national science competitions, participated in robocon contests… “There were times when it was difficult at home, I thought I had to drop out of school, but thanks to the help of teachers at the school. University of Science and Technology and sponsors have helped me continue to pursue my studies and passions”, Huong said. Huong’s story touched many attendees.

From the beginning of the American bridge, Nguyen Bao Ngoc, a doctoral student in Environmental Science at the University of California, Berkeley – a former student who won high prizes in international STEM competitions told his journey to pursue science. The path opened when she studied heavy metals in To Lich River and received a scholarship to study abroad. After that, Ngoc continued to pursue research on burning rice straw to quantify and solve CO2 emissions globally…

Associate Professor Huynh Quyet Thang, Rector of Hanoi University of Science and Technology, said that connecting universities with high schools in supporting career-oriented STEM education for students is essential. He said many professions change, requiring young people to prepare well in terms of luggage, in which to change their approach to thinking. Hanoi University of Science and Technology has implemented STEM model activities since 2018 and wants to connect with high schools – where it plays an extremely important role.

Mr. Thang proposed coordination such as organizing tours for students to experience career orientation, joining scientific research groups of lecturers, mixed labs (high school students and students in 2-3 years). “The coordination between schools needs to start from the smallest things,” he said, saying that connection is a solution to promote education and bring benefits to the community.

STEM Festival was first held in 2015. This event is held annually on the occasion of Vietnam Science and Technology Day (May 18). The festival aims to popularize and raise social awareness about STEM education – a modern educational model that has been deployed in many countries around the world.

Nhu Quynh


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Roll-on deodorant to reduce armpit sweat?

In the summer, the skin under my armpits sweat a lot, so it’s very inconvenient. Ask your doctor for advice on a deodorant roller that both reduces odor and reduces sweat. (Hoang, 25 years old, Hanoi).


Deodorant rollers are often divided into two types based on ingredients. The first type is called deodorant, which contains active ingredients such as triclosan or chlorhexidine, which act directly on the skin’s bacteria and often contain fragrance to help minimize odor. The second type is antiperspirant, which contains compounds of aluminum or zirconia, which temporarily block the pores of the armpit area, helping to reduce sweating.

The nature of sweat in the armpits has more protein than sweat secreted in other locations, so they are easily broken down by bacteria on the skin and create an unpleasant odor. To use an effective armpit roller, you need to understand your body condition. Underarms do not sweat a lot but still have an unpleasant smell, you should choose a deodorant roll-on. If your armpits sweat too much, you should use antiperspirant underarm roller.

In particular, the active ingredient in deodorants such as triclosan or chlorhexidine is actually an antibacterial substance, so bacteria can create resistance. After a period of use, this type of product may lose its effectiveness. Rolling armpit with antiperspirant usually does not occur this phenomenon.

However, prolonged use of deodorant is also a factor that causes dark underarm skin due to friction. Do not roll too many times a day to clog pores. Dry skin before use.

Children in puberty, the skin barrier is relatively complete, not easily irritated by common chemicals. If the child does not have a history of allergies to the ingredients in the deodorant, you can give it to your child as needed. In case of sensitive skin, use antiperspirant deodorant.

In addition, should wear loose, non-tight clothing, breathable and absorbent fabric. Limit eating foods that can increase the smell of sweat such as garlic, onions, cinnamon, anise… to reduce odor and sweat in the armpit area. Should remove or shave off armpit hair to avoid excessive sweating, causing clogged pores, folliculitis.

Master doctor Le Minh Chau
Department of Dermatology – Skin Aesthetics, University of Medicine and Pharmacy Hospital, Ho Chi Minh City


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FPT Online pays 80% dividend

FPT Online will pay dividends in 2021 at the rate of 80% in cash in June, which means shareholders who own each share will receive VND 8,000.

This decision was approved by the annual general meeting of shareholders of FPT Online Services Joint Stock Company (FPT Online) at the meeting on the afternoon of May 19. With nearly 18.5 million shares listed, the company is estimated to spend about 148 billion dong from undistributed profit to pay dividends.

FPT Online is one of the few companies on the stock exchange that pays cash dividends of approximately par value. In the past three years, the dividend rate of this company has ranged from 130-200%.

The high dividend level is maintained by FPT Online in the context of steady growth in business results year by year, despite the impact of Covid-19. Last year, the company recorded revenue of VND 608 billion and pre-tax profit of VND 276 billion, up about 2% and 8% respectively over the same period.

Ms. Nguyen Thi Hai, Chairwoman of FPT Online’s Board of Directors, said that the company pursues a service expansion strategy, focusing on the strength of the digital platform to find new sources of revenue. Many products and services were launched such as the eBox online experience-sharing platform, the Online Fair virtual exhibition, the Vaccine website, the tourism opening, the V-Car data system, the data journalism product. Covid-19… has reached hundreds of millions of users, partners and customers.

This year, FPT Online’s management has set a target of 760 billion dong in revenue and 332 billion dong in pre-tax profit, up 25% and 20% respectively. This is the highest profit record in the history of this business. Expected dividend rate is not lower than 50%, ie each share will receive at least 5,000 VND.

According to Ms. Hai, the pandemic’s developments are still unpredictable in the long-term and Vietnam’s economy is also under a lot of pressure when fuel prices are high and inflation adversely affects growth. However, the company has prepared appropriate response scenarios on the principle of taking advantage of every opportunity. New product launch speed will be faster and stronger to take advantage of opportunities, not to miss new revenue waves. Digital transformation will also expand and deepen to optimize and automate publishing and business activities.

FPT Online was established in mid-2007 with the strategy of being a leading digital advertising media company, applying technology to the field of publishing media. FPT Online is an advertising operator, accompanies with VnExpress, Sao Paulo e-newspapers, operates the VnExpress Marathon series…

On the stock exchange, FOC stock of FPT Online today increased slightly to close to the price range of VND 130,000. Compared to the closing session last year, this share price has increased by more than 8%.



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Party and State leaders pay tribute to President Ho Chi Minh

Leaders of the Party, State and Vietnam Fatherland Front laid wreaths and entered the mausoleum to pay tribute to President Ho Chi Minh and offer incense to commemorate heroes and martyrs, on the morning of May 19.

President Nguyen Xuan Phuc; National Assembly Chairman Vuong Dinh Hue; Standing Secretary of the Secretariat Vo Van Thuong; Chairman of the Central Committee of the Vietnam Fatherland Front Do Van Chien; former General Secretary Nong Duc Manh; Former National Assembly Chairman Nguyen Van An… attended the visitation ceremony.

Leaders of the Party and State pay tribute to President Ho Chi Minh. Image: TTX

A visitation ceremony on the occasion of the 132th birthday of President Ho Chi Minh (May 19). The delegates expressed gratitude, respect, and memory of President Ho Chi Minh for the cause of national liberation, reunification and construction. The delegation’s wreath bore the words “Eternal gratitude to the great President Ho Chi Minh”.

After that, the group went to lay flowers and incense at the Monument to Heroes and Martyrs on Bac Son Street.

In the morning of the same day, the delegations of the Ministry of National Defense, Public Security, and Hanoi came to lay wreaths, pay tribute to President Ho Chi Minh and pay tribute to heroic martyrs.

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The Ministry of Transport proposes to handle 7 ‘hanging’ BOT toll stations

On May 17, the Ministry of Transport proposed to use state budget capital to buy back 7 BOT projects that have been backlogged for many years.

At a meeting with Government leaders on May 17, Mr. Le Kim Thanh, Director of Public Private Partnership (PPP) said that so far, the Ministry of Transport has handled 14 toll stations, the remaining 7 BOT projects have no solution, beyond the authority of the Ministry.

According to Mr. Thanh, in these BOT projects, investors have fulfilled their contractual obligations but have not yet been able to collect fees or have collected fees but experienced a decrease in revenue due to objective and unforeseen reasons or due to unforeseen circumstances. policy changes on the part of government agencies.

Regarding the authority to decide to terminate the contracts of projects ahead of time, Mr. Thanh said that BOT projects had previously been decided on investment policies by the Government, so the authority allowed to terminate project contracts before the deadline. under the Prime Minister.

T2 toll station near Vam Cong bridge was reacted by the driver about the location of the station. Image: Kowloon

7 toll stations belonging to BOT projects need to be handled, including: La Son – Tuy Loan toll station (project to build a road tunnel through Ca Pass); Bim Son toll station (payback for the western ring road of Thanh Hoa city, section Km0 – Km6); Km1747 toll station (BOT project to upgrade and expand Ho Chi Minh road section Km1738+148 – Km1763+610); T2 toll station (BOT project to renovate and upgrade National Highway 91, section Km14 – Km5+889).

Highway 3 toll station (BOT project to build Thai Nguyen – Cho Moi route and renovate and upgrade National Highway 3, section Km75 – Km100); Thai Ha bridge toll station belongs to the BOT project on investment and construction of the Thai Ha bridge crossing the Red River on the road connecting the two provinces of Thai Binh and Ha Nam with the Cau Gie – Ninh Binh highway; project to renovate and upgrade Saigon river channel from Binh Loi railway bridge to Ben Suc port in the form of BOT contract.

At the meeting, Deputy Prime Minister Le Van Thanh asked the Ministry of Transport and relevant agencies to urgently review and plan a solution to solve the problem, unable to let businesses that have invested hundreds of billion dong. causing the BOT to go bankrupt because the fee cannot be collected.

Minister Nguyen Van The assigned the Director General of Public-Private Partnerships to have a detailed report on BOT stations in May to submit to the Government to agree on solutions to remove and handle.

Mr Duy


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Vietnam finishes early SEA Games 31 golf course – VnExpress

Vinh PhucAt noon on June 16, the home team soon ended their journey to find a medal on Par72 Dam Vac field when they lost the opening round of the team content.

The team section in a duel format consists of eight men’s and six women’s teams. The Vietnamese men’s team – Anh Minh, Khanh Hung, Nguyen Dang Minh met Singapore from hole 1, while the women’s team – Khue Minh, Le Thi Thanh Thuy met Malaysia from hole 10.

Minh won a match in the men’s team competition. Screenshots

Each pair of matches has three men’s matches, two women’s matches, of which one point is won, and 0.5 is a draw. Men’s team touch two points, women touch 1.5 points will win the right to continue, draw will play the extra hole, applied to the final.

The Vietnamese women’s team lost both women’s matches, both ended after 15 holes, of which Khue Minh lost 5 ups, Thanh Thuy lost 4 ups.

In the men’s branch, after Khanh Hung lost 3 ups, the match between Dang Minh and Anh Minh was not over yet. Dang Minh was one hole ahead of his teammates, leading Ryan Ang John through the first 10 holes. However, Singapore’s representative balanced the game on hole 11 and from there to hole 17 he was led back by 1 up.

When Dang Minh went to the green of the par5 18 hole, Anh Minh had just won a 2 up match against Hiroshi Tai Harahara. At that time, Dang Minh needed to eat the last hole to share points with the opponent to help the home team hope to enter the next round through the extra hole with Singapore.

However, this task is difficult to perform because Dang Minh’s ball is in the rough behind the green while Ang is on the front side of the green. The ball closer to the pennant than Dang Minh must chip and Ang put at least five meters from the hole. But from this distance, Ang still scored a birdie to beat Dang Minh.

The semi-finals will take place from 8am on May 17, with the men’s arm consisting of pairs Singapore – Thailand, Indonesia – Malaysia, the women’s branch consisting of Thailand – Philippines, Malaysia – Singapore.

In this year’s SEA Games golf, Vietnam sets the target of “in the top 10 in individual stroke play”. Yesterday, the men’s team exceeded the plan – Anh Minh finished sixth (point -5) and Khanh Hung finished T10 (even par) while the female team almost finished – Khue Minh finished first but 11th (point +6) .

Quoc Huy


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Spacecraft lose power during total lunar eclipse

The first total lunar eclipse of 2022 caused power outages for solar-powered spacecraft from NASA, India and China.

NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO) spacecraft. Image: NASA

The super blood moon eclipse that took place on the evening of May 15 is an exciting sight for observers on Earth, but for spacecraft on the Moon, it is a stumbling block because all three are currently operating. Currently, NASA’s Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO), India’s Chandrayaan-2 and China’s Jade Rabbit 2 self-propelled robot are all powered by solar energy. Because the Moon underwent a total lunar eclipse on May 15, lasting until the morning of May 16, the entire Sun-illuminated area of ​​the Moon will be in darkness when this satellite enters the Earth’s shadow. The spacecraft will not be able to charge the battery pack.

This is not the first time spacecraft have experienced a total lunar eclipse. Since the LRO began its mission in lunar orbit in September 2009, the spacecraft has experienced 11 total lunar eclipses, so the project’s team knows exactly how to prepare for the total phase. section lasts 85 minutes.

“As the LRO moves through a long lunar eclipse, draining the battery isn’t ideal, so we turn the devices off and wait until the battery pack can be fully charged before turning the device back on,” said Noah. Petro, a scientist working on the LRO project, said. “We also warmed up the spacecraft so that when it’s in the Earth’s shadow it doesn’t get too cold. We’ve done this many times, so it’s a well-rehearsed sequence.”

In fact, the preparations began a few weeks ago. The researchers activated the engine to adjust the trajectory to minimize time spent in the dark.

It is likely that the Chandrayaan-2 vessel also undergoes a similar sequence of processes. Chandrayaan-2 launched on July 22, 1950, 50 years after Apollo 11 landed on the Moon. The ship had a total lunar eclipse on May 26, 2021. Similar to LRO, vehicles use solar cells and may have to be shut down during a lunar eclipse.

While LRO and Chandrayaan-2 are orbiting craft, Jade Rabbit 2 is a self-propelled robot that landed on the dark side of the Moon in January 2019 during the Chang’e 4 mission. Since then, the vehicle has explored the mouth. Von Karman crater. Due to its solar power, Yutu-2 cannot operate at night and loses power for more than two weeks at a time. Because a total lunar eclipse only occurs when the moon is full, in which the dark area of ​​the Moon is in complete darkness, the robot Rabbit Ngoc 2 has lost power before.

An Khang (According to Space)

Today the world welcomes total lunar eclipse and super blood moon


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Not having sex should have a gynecological examination?

I am 18 years old this year, have not had sex but have a lot of pox-like discharge, itching in the private area, especially a week before my period. Should I go to the doctor? (Hoa, Hanoi).


Gynecological diseases are becoming alarming diseases, seriously affecting health in general and reproductive health of women in particular. Every year, the number of gynecological diseases increases by 15-27%. Among them, vaginitis is the most common disease. However, most women only go to the doctor when they have a certain disease or have unbearable symptoms. The rest go to a gynecologist because they are about to get married.

Women who have not had sex should still see a gynecologist. Because, during puberty, female children have hormonal changes accompanied by bad effects from the environment, poor lifestyle, not clean genitals, leading to gynecological infections and diseases. other reason. Therefore, women need to have regular gynecological examinations to help them detect diseases at an early stage, improve their lifestyle, take proper care of their bodies, and prevent reproductive health problems.

In this case, the doctor only examines and observes the external genitalia or accessory gonads to detect abnormalities. During the examination, the doctor did not damage your hymen and other organs.

For women who have given birth, regular gynecological examinations help prevent and detect early urinary tract infections, uterine fibroids, even uterine cancer, and many other gynecological conditions.

Women in the reproductive stage will be consulted by doctors on reproductive health, safe and effective methods of contraception, and at the same time detecting endocrine disorders for treatment.

Therefore, women should actively visit a gynecologist at least once every 6 months. In addition, examine when there are abnormal manifestations such as abnormal discharge and unpleasant odor; genitals that are itchy, red, or have nodules or sores; painful, painful urination. In case of lower abdominal pain, pain during sex; Unusual bleeding outside of your period or bleeding after sex also requires prompt medical attention.

For the most accurate examination results, women should go to the doctor two to three days after their period is clean, and abstain from sexual intercourse. Do not douche, do not put medicine about three days before the exam. Clean the vaginal area before examination. Ensure psychological readiness and comfort during the examination.

Doctor Nguyen Thi Minh Thanh

Deputy Head of Examination Department, Hanoi Obstetrics and Gynecology Hospital


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Legs running 200m twice broke the national record at SEA Games – VnExpress

HanoiAfter breaking the national record for seven years with the morning elimination competition, Ngan Ngoc Nghia broke the record he had just set when he won a silver medal on the afternoon of May 14.

With 20 seconds 81 In the morning competition, Ngoc Nghia set a new national record on the 200m track. This parameter is 8% faster than the old record of 20 seconds 98 that senior Le Trong Hinh set when he won the 28th SEA Games gold medal in Singapore in 2015.

But the new record set only lasted for more than six hours, because on the 200m final track at 16:15, Ngoc Nghia herself pushed her limit. Although not catching up with Puripol Boonson – the Thai runner who finished first with 20 seconds 37, the Vietnamese athlete still made a spectacular breakthrough in the last meters to overtake another Thai runner Chayut Khongprasit, to finish second with 20 seconds 74withdrawing 7% more seconds from the record in the morning.

Ngoc Nghia (bib number 800) made a spectacular breakthrough in the last meters…

He beat Chayut with a spectacular dribble right in front of the finish line to outperform his opponent by 0.03 seconds and set a national record.  Ngoc Thanh's photo

He beat Chayut (bib 702) after a spectacular dribble right in front of the finish line to outperform his opponent by 0.03 seconds and set a national record. Image Ngoc Thanh

“In training and competing for many years, I have always set a goal to break Mr. Hinh’s record in 2015, and today I did. This is the result that my teachers and I have worked hard and diligently with. Prepared for more than half a year,” Ngoc Nghia said six when she reached the finish line.

The 22-year-old runner from Son La is satisfied with the national record he just broke on the final track, but still looks regretful when he only finished second. “It would be better if I realized my wish to receive the gold medal and sing the National Anthem in front of my family and home audience today. But the silver medal is still my motivation to strive for the next awards,” Ngoc Nghia said. .

Ngan Ngoc Nghia was excited after knowing that she broke the national record for the second time.  Photo: Ngoc Thanh

Ngan Ngoc Nghia was excited after knowing that she broke the national record for the second time. Image: Ngoc Thanh

Puripol Boonson, with 20 seconds 37, also set a new SEA Games record in the men’s 200m event. The old record – 20 seconds 69 – belonged to fellow countryman Reanchai Seeharong, set in 1999 in Brunei, seven years before Puripol was born.

According to Ngan Ngoc Nghia, Puripol’s victory and the fact that he himself only surpassed Chayut in the last meters reflects the strength of the short-distance running team in Thailand. But this is also a competitive motivation for him and his teammates to try harder in the next tournaments.

Nhat Tao


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5 valuable gifts at the conference of young scientists

At the conference organized by VnExpress, participants will have the opportunity to receive Oppo phones, Bluetooth speakers, bracelets and wireless headphones.

The Young Scientist Summit with the theme: “Promoting creativity among young people” will take place together with the 2022 Science Innovation Competition Award Ceremony on the morning of May 17 at the headquarters of the Ministry of Science. and technology. The event was organized to discuss promoting scientific innovation among young people.

After the presentation session of the speakers, the program will have a stirring performance with minigames. The gift sent to the winner is 5 Jays non-A-five headphones; 2 Huawei Band 4e bracelets; 1 Huawei wireless speaker and 1 Oppo Reno7 Z phone.

Oppo Reno7 Z has a square design like iPhone 13, 64 megapixel camera and 33 W fast charging. Photo: Huy Duc

The program was organized by VnExpress to celebrate Vietnam Science and Technology Day (May 18, 2022). The program is expected to inspire creativity for young researchers and contribute to promoting applied research into practice.

View the event agenda

Interested scientists and readers can register to attend the event here.

The Young Scientist Summit and the 2022 Science Initiative Awards Ceremony were accompanied by Huawei, Sao Thai Duong, Samsung Vina, Fecon, FPT, ThaiBinh Seed.

In 2022, the Science Initiative contest held its first season. All prize money is funded by the Hope Foundation. This is a social fund – charity works for the community, not for profit, operated by Electronic Newspaper VnExpress and FPT Corporation. The Foundation pursues two goals: to support the disadvantaged and to create momentum for development. One of the fund’s activities is promoting technology application, equipping individuals and communities with tools for sustainable development, especially equipping knowledge through education.

In the first season, the program awarded a special prize of 100 million VND; the first prize is 50 million dong, the second prize is 30 million dong, the third prize is 20 million dong and 3 consolation prizes are 10 million dong each. gifts

Nhu Quynh