The Ho Chi Minh City Department of Science and Technology has just announced 40 most outstanding projects of the HCMC Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award 2022 (I-Star 2022) that can enter the final round.
The situation of the race in the qualifying groups is now almost settled when ten out of 11 leading teams have won direct tickets to the Final Round. The remaining direct spot to the finals will be decided after the match between U22 Vietnam and U22 Myanmar on the evening of November 2. The results of this match will also identify all four tickets for the best four second-place teams.
The Center for Business Incubation of Agricultural High Technology (AHBI) this morning hosted the annual event ‘Implementing High Technologies for Innovation in Agriculture 2020’ in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). This event included the final round of the contest ‘Innovation in Hi-tech Agriculture’.
The contest IoT Startup 2019, themed “Open Innovation”, formally kicked off in June 2019, attracting more than 80 participants. After the semi-final round, 16 projects from Group A (Startups) and 10 from Group B (Students) will enter the final round.
The annual I-Star Awards (I-Star 2019) for innovative startups in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) announced the 40 most outstanding projects to enter the final voting round, lasting until the end of this September.
The final round of the contest ‘Young startups for our dear city’ occurred last weekend in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). There were much unexpected results when the winners spectacularly clawed their way back to the first position. The contest has shown the creativity of the young when addressing thorny existing problems of major urban areas such as traffic congestion or flooded roads after rain.
The final round of the 2017-2018 ViOlympic, an online math and physics competition, will take place on April 15, 2018. Nearly 15,000 pupils from 50 provinces nationwide have entered the final round. This is the tenth year that the ViOlympic has been launched.