Thua Thien Hue: Four Solutions were awarded at the 15th National Technical Innovation Contest

Recently, the Organizing Committee of the National Technical Innovation Contest announced the decision and list of solutions awarded at the 15th National Technical Innovation Contest (2018-2019).

Accordingly, there are 90 technical solutions in 06 fields: Mechanical automation – Construction – Transport; Materials – Chemicals – Energy; Information – Electronics and Telecommunications; Education and training; Pharmacy; Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries and Natural Resources including 06 first prizes, each worth 50 million VND; 12 Second prizes, worth VND 40 million each; 24 Third prizes each worth VND 30 million; 48 Consolation prizes worth VND 10 million each.
Thua Thien Hue is honored to have 04 solutions awarded including 01 First Prize, 01 Third Prize and 02 consolation prizes, namely:
Solution “Heart Transplant across Vietnam: an effective solution for patients with heart failure in the Central of Vietnam” by Tran Hoai An and his colleagues at Hue Central Hospital excellently won the First Prize in the field of Medicine – Pharmacy;
Solution “Fabricating nano silver and applying to simplify tissue culture process” by Le Quang Tien Thinh and his colleagues at Hue University of Science and Technology won the Third prize in Materials – Chemical – Energy field;
Solutions “Application of rectal mesenteric surgery in low and intermediate rectal cancer surgery” by Ho Huu Thien and his colleagues Hue Central Hospital and “Technology of construction materials recovery ”by Duong Duy Long and his colleagues at Long Tuong Co., Ltd. won the Consolation Prize.
The Closing Ceremony and Awarding of the National Contest will be held on July 2, 2020 at Hanoi Opera House.


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