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According to the buzz Mobilink and Warid are soon going to say good-bye. Don’t be shocked. It is the half of the story. The full story is that the both companies are finally going to merge into one brand. The brand is going to be known as Jazz. Mobilink and Warid both have a huge [...] The post Mobilink and Warid Finally Merging Into One Brand appeared first on P…
01.16 / 18:54
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VietNamNet Bridge - Vietnam has only three journals accepted by ACI (ASEAN Citation Index), ranking just above Laos, Cambodia, Myanmar and…
01.15 / 21:36
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 The Asia-America Gateway (AAG) submarine cable broke once again, causing bandwidth loss from Viet Nam to Hong Kong, Singapore and the…
01.15 / 21:34
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 Despite a large number of Internet users, investment for online advertisement in Viet Nam remains modest, a conference heard on…
01.15 / 21:32
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 Two giant mobile network operators MobiFone Telecommunications Corporation (MobiFone) and Viet Nam Post and Telecommunication Group (VNPT) are aiming to conduct their equitisation in the 2016-2020…
01.15 / 21:30
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 Internet connectivity in Viet Nam will remain slow for the next two…
01.15 / 21:28
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Gondwana land or Indian subcontinent remained isolated for 30 million years before thrusting itself north to give rise to Himalayas — is not a theory in tact but there are some missing middle in it, showed a research by a group of researchers from Germany, Poland and India. Based on tiny insect fossils near Surat,…
01.14 / 10:35
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Washington: The American SpaceX rocket company faces a crucial test on Saturday with its latest rocket launch – the first since a rocket exploded in a ball of flames last September on a Florida launch pad. The SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket is scheduled to blast off from the Vandenberg Air Force Base near Lompoc, California…
01.14 / 09:08
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Biospectrum The mesentery, which connects intestine to the abdomen had for hundreds years been considered a fragmented structure made up of multiple separate parts [Read…
01.14 / 02:07
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Tirupati: ISRO will launch a record 103 satellites in one go using its workhorse PSLV-C37 in the first week of February, while Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s pet South Asian satellite project will take off in March. As many as 100 of the satellites set for launch in February belong to foreign nations, including the US […] The post ISRO to launch record 103 satellites in one go in February appeared first on State…
01.14 / 01:00
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Biospectrum Zika virus belongs to Flavivirus, a genus of the viruses in the Flaviridae family, and it is transmitted via Aedes mosquito, blood transfusion, sex, and from an infected pregnant woman to her fetus [Read…
01.13 / 12:07
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Washington: The moon is at least 4.51 billion years old — or 40-140 million years older than previously thought, says new research based on an analysis of minerals from the moon called zircons. These minerals were brought back to Earth by the Apollo 14 mission in 1971 and have now been studied by researchers from…
01.13 / 11:08
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For his pioneering work in immune regulation, Professor Shimon Sakaguchi has been recognized with the 2017 Crafoord Prize in…
01.13 / 01:45
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Researchers in Korea have developed a new artificial leaf that can convert water into hydrogen with an efficiency of 7.7…
01.13 / 01:44
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Two NASA astronauts have successfully completed a spacewalk lasting over six hours to install power upgrades on the International Space Station (ISS). The post NASA astronauts complete power upgrade spacewalk appeared first on The Financial …
01.12 / 16:54
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A strain of Wolbachia bacteria being used for dengue control efforts around the world has turned out to be sensitive to high…
01.12 / 07:39
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  Washington: Humans likely established permanent settlements on the high-altitude Tibetan Plateau between 13,000-7,400 years ago, much before the advent of agriculture 5,200 years ago, according to new research. The finding challenges the previously held view that permanent human occupation of the Tibetan Plateau began no earlier than 5,200 years ago, researchers said. The new […] The post Humans settled in Tibet at least 7,400 years ago: study appeared first on State …
01.11 / 12:59
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Research shows that cesarian delivery rate in China is lower than the World Health Organization's…
01.11 / 10:34
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Naoko Yamazaki became the second Japanese woman to go to space in 2010, and hopes to one day…
01.11 / 10:33
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VietNamNet Bridge - Fintech is not an easy playing field for startups, but the firms have been growing rapidly with capital from investment…
01.11 / 01:50
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