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VIETNAMESE SCIENTIST EYES FISH GENETICS AS A DEVELOPMENT TOOL

The seaside city of Nha Trang, Vietnam, awakens with the sun at 5:15 a.m. At this early hour, fisher folk at Vinh Luong Harbour are already hard at work. Men unload trays of fish, squid, crabs, shrimp and other marine animals of all sizes. Rows of women in their boots and gloves sort the catch and pile up the trays to bring them to market. Through the throng and bustling rhythm of fish workers sliding and tossing their ...

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USAID STAFF IN THAILAND WORKING WITH INSTITUTE OF BIOTECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT, NHA TRANG UNIVERSITY

From 25-26 September, 2017, USAID staff from Thailand including Mrs. Napak Tesprasith, Laurie Fryman and Montakan Tanchaisawat has worked with Nha Trang University (NTU). Attending the meeting was Dr. Khong Trung Thang, Vice Rector, representatives of the Department of External Affair, and members of the Biodiversity and Conservation research group within the framework of the PEER projects. On behalf of the NTU ...

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USAID STAFF WORKING WITH INSTITUTE OF BIOTECHNOLOGY AND ENVIRONMENT, NHA TRANG UNIVERSITY

On the afternoon of August 11, 2017, USAID experts including Karen Fowle and Robert Gasior worked with Nha Trang University (NTU). Attending the meeting was Dr. Khong Trung Thang, Vice Rector, representatives of the Department of External Affair, international collaborator network at NTU, and members of the Biodiversity and Conservation research group within the framework of the PEER projects. On behalf of the ...

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STUDENTS RECEIVED A BACHELOR DEGREE OF BIOTECHNOLOGY AT NHA TRANG UNIVERSITY

On 18/09/2017, 7 students of Research group on Biodiversity and Conservation received a bachelor's degree in Biotechnology. In which 1 students achieved excellent level, and 6 at good grade. The students conducted research in the fields of parasites on fish disease, Auguliformes fish, sea anemonee, and crustacean biodiversity, Population genetics of swiftlet and blue swimming crab,. After over 6 months ...

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THE BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION GROUP ATTEND THE 2007 FOURUM OF SOUTH CHINA SEA

From September 12-14, 2017, members of the Biodiversity and Conservation group joined the 2017 Science Forum under the theme "Science for Green Growth in the South China Sea" at Oceanography Institute. There are more than 200 experts in the field related to the South China Sea from more than 10 countries around the world. The conference is divided into Scientific sessions and plenary sessions to discuss the ...

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