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Science and technology information made available to public

Released at: 19:34, 19/05/2017

Science and technology information made available to public

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Free access to science and technology information made available at 24 Ly Thuong Kiet Street in Hanoi.

by Le Diem

Free access to science and technology information has been made available at 24 Ly Thuong Kiet Street in Hanoi’s Hoan Kiem district by the National Agency for Science and Technology Information.

Information sources include about 7,700 domestic and foreign science and technology magazines, 380,000 science books, and 17,000 monographs, as well as 23,000 research projects at the national, ministerial, and provincial levels.

Online sources include 220,000 Vietnamese scientific reports and 40 million international documents from around the world from well-known databases such as ScienceDirect, Sringer Nature, ISI-Web of Knowledge, and Scopus.

Access aims to bring research results to the public and improve the role of science and technology in socioeconomic development.

Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Pham Cong Tac said that the public will now be provided with a comprehensive picture of scientific research and technological development in Vietnam and all over the world for study, research and production. “Scientists can now access many of the world’s most famous databases, so they know where they are, what they are doing, and how close they are to the world,” he said.

Free access to science and technology information has been made available at 24 Ly Thuong Kiet Street in Hanoi’s Hoan Kiem district by the National Agency for Science and Technology Information.

Information sources include about 7,700 domestic and foreign science and technology magazines, 380,000 science books, and 17,000 monographs, as well as 23,000 research projects at the national, ministerial, and provincial levels.

Online sources include 220,000 Vietnamese scientific reports and 40 million international documents from around the world from well-known databases such as ScienceDirect, Sringer Nature, ISI-Web of Knowledge, and Scopus.

Access aims to bring research results to the public and improve the role of science and technology in socioeconomic development.

Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Pham Cong Tac said that the public will now be provided with a comprehensive picture of scientific research and technological development in Vietnam and all over the world for study, research and production. “Scientists can now access many of the world’s most famous databases, so they know where they are, what they are doing, and how close they are to the world,” he said.

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