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More students choose to apply to DTU through the new 2020 high school transcript formula


DTU has already received a great many transcript-based applications from students who graduated from high school in 2019 and earlier. Using the transcript-based admissions method, applicants feel less pressure during exams and selecting schools and majors. The most qualified students will be able to choose their preferred majors more confidently...

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DTU students resume school after prolonged COVID-19 break


On May 4, DTU students returned to school and resumed their studies after a long absence to prevent Covid-19 transmission. Students and teachers are now required have their temperatures checked at the entrance, wear face masks and wash hands regularly as preventative measures. Duong Thi Phuong Huyen (in white blouse), from K25 YDH2 (Pharmacy)...

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DTU Association of Intellectual Women presents awards to families of two police officers who lost their lives chasing criminals in Danang


On behalf of the Standing Committee, Ms. Hoang Thi Xinh announced that, in response to Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc’s call for more support from the community combating the Covid-19 epidemic, DTU lecturers and staff donated 54 million dong between March 25 and 30, after the campaign launch...

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DTU-Vent Version 2.0 for invasive ventilation, priced at less than 50 Million VND


Only two weeks after the announcement of their DTU-Vent version 1.0 noninvasive ventilator, the DTU research group continues to develop version 2.0, which expands the functionality to that of a professional medical ventilator and meets all the requirements for use in emergencies and the treatment of Covid-19 patients...

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“Vietnam wins war against Covid-19”, photo contest


Many amazing photos have already been published of dedicated benefactors, government and medical staff, the army and police and ordinary citizens, all working closely together during the epidemic. As a result, DTU is organizing a photo contest entitled “Vietnam wins war again Covid-19” to honor the acts of kindness and humanitarianism during the Covid-19 pandemic...

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Top Fifty of Vietnamese Universities with Best International Publications in 2019


This article provides an analysis of data extracted from the Scopus scientific database last updated on February 1, 2020. Data processing methods and data used for analysis are provided at the end of the article. In 2019, the total number of publications with Vietnamese address counted up to 12,307 of different types. Among these, publications from Vietnamese universities take up 90.3% or 11,118 publications...

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Thoughts on Vietnamese Psyche after Covid-19


We cannot just hope to return to a peaceful life after the pandemic, because life was never truly peaceful before. More importantly, the pandemic is unprecedented and the psyche of Vietnam and other nations has been transformed in two ways. Firstly, there is the emergence of new trauma, such as increased feelings of powerlessness and loneliness and, secondly, it marks the beginning of rethinking many things that previously...

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Will our lives be different after Covid-19?


We have just finished the lockdown. A few of us disregarded the self-isolation rules and still went out, exercised in parks, drank together and raced on bicycles. Naturally anyone forced with staying at stay at home feels upset, however, I now want to discuss the future lives of those who complied with the social restrictions and those who did not. One thing we know for certain is that our lives have been turned upside-down...

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Future Covid-19 Options


With the whole world going through the biggest global crisis since the Second World War, socioeconomic effects are increasing exponentially everywhere, with no sign of remission. The joint top priority is to kill the virus, however, the initial reaction has been to ensure survival, whereas longer-term socioeconomic development policies must then be implemented to ensure life goes on successfully...

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Another Trial Version of Non-invasive Ventilator


The DTU-Vent is a non-invasive ventilator, feeding oxygen to the lungs at a fixed frequency, through a nasal or full-face mask, with sufficient quantities of air to stimulate the breathing of patients suffering respiratory distress. DTU-Vent allows ten different settings according to patient height, to expedite time and ease of operation, with a battery to guarantee three hours...

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