Explore the results of an Anthropology fieldwork on culture and environmental intelligence in Kon Tum, Vietnam. This work was supported by Discovery Channel and VinUni Fast-Track grant. Bahnar Culture (One minute intro) Exploring Bahnar Culture and Environmental Intelligence (short ver.) Exploring Bahnar Culture and Environmental Intelligence (long ver.) Photo Gallery on Bahnar Culture (slide show)
Title: Everything you want to know about qualitative research but are afraid to ask Speaker: Prof. Pranee Liamputtong – Professor of Behaviour Sciences, College of Health Sciences Friday, Jan 13, 2023 Venue: Peace Room I201 An interactive session and you will get hands-on experience exploring some qualitative research methods and developing potential research questions.
Seminar Title: The Architect: The Rise of the Revolutionary Lê Đức Thọ Speaker: Dr. Jason Picard Time: Wednesday, January 11, 2023 | 4:00 – 5:00 PM Venue: C204, VinUniversity Introduction In the West, Lê Đức Thọ is recalled as Henry Kissinger’s arch-nemisis at the Paris Peace Talks and the only person to have ever refused […]
Title: 35 years of optical remote sensing in Geography: from Spitsbergen to Vietnam, from melting glaciers to vector-borne diseases, from Small to Big Data… what a story! Time: Wednesday, January 4, 2023 | 4:00 – 5:00 PM Venue: Room C204, VinUniversity Introduction What about the performance, readability and interpretations offered to us by the images […]
Speaker’s bio: https://vinfutureprize.org/prize_council/professor-thuc-quyen-nguyen/ Prof. Thuc-Quyen Nguyen is a Professor in the Department of Chemistry & Biochemistry at the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). She joined the faculty of the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department at UCSB in summer 2004. Prior to that, she was a research associate in the Department of Chemistry and the Nano […]
Infectious diseases for which current medical treatments are not effective are among the leading cause of death of people of all ages globally. These are caused by microbial pathogens (principally bacteria) that have emerged under the evolutionary selective pressure imposed by overuse and misuse of antibiotics to show antimicrobial resistance (AMR). Recently published data show […]