Three female scientists receive the L'Oreal award 2022. (Photo: VNS) Hanoi (VNS/VNA) — Three female scientists were granted the 2022 L’Oreal-UNESCO awards at a ceremony in Hanoi on November 25. They are Associate Professor Le Minh Ha, head of the Pharmaceutical Chemistry Division of the Institute of Chemistry of Natural Compounds under the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology ; Associate Professor Pham Thi Phuong Nhi, deputy head of the Agronomy Faculty under the Hue University of Agriculture and Forestry ; and Dr Ha Thi Thanh Huong, a lecturer of the Biomedical Engineering Faculty of the International University under the HCM City National University. Each received a prize of 150 million VND (6,057 USD) to conduct further research and ensure benefits for the country. The three scientists were chosen from hundreds of applications across the country. The selection is based on their achievements, the publication of their research in international magazines and the scientist activities that they have taken part in so far. Professor Chau Van Minh, chairman of the Vietnam Academy of Science and Technology, said that to work in difficult and challenging scientific fields, female scientists face more difficulties than their male colleagues. With a passion for research and discovery, female Vietnamese scientists have overcome… Read full this story
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