Vietnam’s largest centre for technology transfers inaugurated

The Hanoi People’s Committee hosted an inauguration ceremony for Vietnam’s largest centre for technology transfer and appraisal at the Hoa Lac Hi-tech Park on October 29.

The 2.1-hectare centre is capable of accommodating 200 scientists working in five sections of the complex.

Modern facilities will keep scientists from key institutes, universities and laboratories connected together.

The centre will also act as a venue for joint research activities under science and technology co-operation programmes between Vietnamese and international scientists.

The centre is tasked with conducting research, transfers and appraisals in the fields of mechanical engineering technology; electronics and automation technologies; energy saving and solar battery manufacturing technologies; and environmental technology.

Among the centre’s focuses is the manufacturing of high-capacity and small-size solar batteries, which will join the national grid in 2020 in realisation of the national power planning until 2030.

According to Dr. Le Xuan Rao, Director of the Hanoi Science and Technology Department, the project plays a crucial role in promoting development and applications of science, technology and technology transfers in boosting Hanoi’s socio-economic development, especially as the demand for products of high quality and competitiveness in both domestic and international markets is increasing in the context of Vietnam’s international economic integration.

Nhan Dan

Vietnam’s largest centre for technology transfers inaugurated
 
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