Untapped potential of river tourism in Ho Chi Minh City
Nestled within the spirited lanes of Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam lies a treasure trove awaiting discovery: an intricate network of rivers and waterways extending an irresistible invitation for exploration.
Nose-like sensor sniffs out toxic ammonia gas
Engineers in Australia have developed a small ammonia gas sensor that could enable safer hydrogen storage and specialised medical diagnostic devices.
Universal Music pulls its catalog from TikTok: What comes next?
Dr Nguyen Van Thang Long, Senior Lecturer from the School of Communication & Design at RMIT Vietnam, demystifies the implications of Universal Music Group's decision to remove its songs from TikTok.
Vietnam should tackle pressure from carbon tax head-on
Imposing a carbon tax on imported goods is increasingly popular among Vietnam’s major export markets.
Student-driven machine learning models empower farmers
Machine learning models developed by RMIT Vietnam students can forecast Robusta coffee prices by leveraging historical data on coffee prices, gasoline prices, temperature, and precipitation.
Safeguarding data is vital for banking’s digital future
Experts from the Vietnam Blockchain Union and RMIT University underscored the pivotal role of data security and data privacy in propelling the digital transformation of the finance and banking sector.
Le Vy: “Keep moving forward and you can forge your own path”
Formerly an economics graduate, Le Vy stated that RMIT’s postgraduate scholarship had given her further motivation to keep moving forward and forging her own path.
Do Hoang Duc Anh: Transforming a simple question into grand aspirations
"What have you done to help your friend?", Do Hoang Duc Anh was once asked by her father. From a small question in her childhood blossomed a powerful dream that now propels her on a journey of change, one that seeks to make an impact on the lives of children across Vietnam.
Tran Hong Hanh: “To win the game, be in the game”
Opting for the children's fashion segment is a genuinely competitive challenge, but with what has been achieved and is currently underway, Tran Hong Hanh, CEO of Rabity Kids Fashion and an alumnus of RMIT University Vietnam, has every reason to take pride.