Academia as a key player for promoting nutrition-sensitive food systems
28/05/2021 16:5427/04/2021 Hanoi, Viet Nam. Eliminating malnutrition in all its forms is imperative to breaking the intergenerational cycle of poverty and achieving the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030.
Small tuna - Potential raw material for high value-added food processing in Vietnam
25/05/2021 08:05Tuna belongs to the family of Scombridae and is the most important economic fish species of Vietnam’s waters. This kind of marine fish widely distributed in several seas of Vietnam includes many species divided into two main groups: ocean tuna and small tuna. Ocean tuna includes big tuna such as yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) and bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus), which are often used for export as frozen loins or whole fish.
Microalgae and relevant products
21/05/2021 16:55In nature, Microalgae come in a variety of species (variants). They are grown in photoautotrophic water bodies, absorbing sunlight and mineral salt to prosper. Microalgae are rich in protein; typically, the protein content in Spirulina is 60-70% with a broad spectrum of amino acids.
Project GCP/GLO/712/JPN: Finalization Workshop and National Seminar for Curriculum Dvelopment
13/05/2021 10:03Vietnam National University of Agriculture (VNUA) cooperates with the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) to implement the global project “Strengthening capacities for nutrition - sensitive food systems through a multi-stakeholder approach (involving private sector, civil society organizations and academia)” (GCP/GLO/712/JPN).
Vietnam National University of Agriculture organized the traditional New Year celebration for Lao and Cambodian students
10/05/2021 10:18From 13 to 16 April, 2021, Vietnam National University of Agriculture organized a traditional New Year celebration for Lao and Cambodian students living and studying at the university.
Workshop "Policies and solutions to promote cooperative startups associated with OCOP program" in the Central Coast
10/05/2021 07:58On 17 April 2021, at the Hall of People's Committee of Yen Thanh district, Nghe An province, Vietnam National University of Agriculture (VNUA) held a workshop on "Policies and solutions to promote cooperative startups associated with OCOP program".
“Linking disaster risk governance and land-use planning: the case of informal settlements in hazard-prone areas, the Philippines (LIRLAP), 2021-2024” funded by German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ)
06/05/2021 15:22Disasters in cities can be caused by natural processes (climate change and geophysical disasters) and by human beings. Understanding disaster risk is a prerequisite for not only disaster risk reduction (DRR) but also climate change impact assessment and effective adaptation strategies, particularly during the land use planning for those vulnerable areas.
First visit of the Indian Embassy to Vietnam National University of Agriculture
29/04/2021 14:02On 13 April 2021, Vice President of VNUA, Prof. Dr. Pham Van Cuong chaired a meeting to welcome the second Secretary in charge of education of the Embassy of India in Vietnam - Mr. Sujit Biswas. This is the first visit of the representative of Indian diplomatic agency to VNUA. Associate Prof. Dr. Nguyen Thi Bich Thuy, Director of the International Cooperation Office and some leaders, lecturers from the Faculty of Land Management, Faculty of Biotechnology also attended the meeting.
The shared electronic library for Universities in Vietnam
22/04/2021 08:05The project "Establishing a shared electronic library (e-library) for higher education institutions in Vietnam" was approved by the Prime Minister on 14 March 2017. The project is funded by the World Bank, and the National Economics University (NEU) is assigned to become the focal point implementing the project to improve the quality of training and scientific research.
The key laboratory for Veterinary Biotechnology meet 94 criteria of ISO/IEC 17025:2017
22/04/2021 08:02In most countries, ISO/IEC 17025 is the standard that most laboratories must apply and satisfy to be considered technically competent. In many cases, service users, managing authorities or third parties will not accept the trial test or calibration results from a laboratory that does not meet the ISO/IEC17025 standard. The latest version of ISO/IEC17025 criteria was issued in 2017 (since 1990, ISO/IEC has had 4 versions issued in 1990, 1999, 2005 and 2017).