• Wednesday - 18/04/2018

    On 17/4/2018, Prof. Dr. Nguyen Van Noi - Rector of VNU University of Science (VNU-HUS) had a meeting with the representative of the Embassy of Denmark in Vietnam - Ms Katja Majborn Goodhew, in charge of Food Safety and Green Growth program.

    The meeting was attended by Mrs. Dang Thi Thanh Son - Head of Veterinary Hygiene Department- National Institute of Veterinary Research. On behalf of the University, representatives from Faculty of Environment Science, Faculty of Biology, VNU Key Lab of Advanced Materials for Green Growth (KLAMAG), Office of Organization and Personnel and Office of International Relations and Administrations.

    At the meeting, representatives from the Embassy of Denmark would like to find out about the content of teaching and plans for future research and training programs of the Faculty of Biology and Faculty of Environment Science which related to food safety and green growth issues, environmental protection, waste management.

    The two sides also exchanged ideas on cooperation in teaching and research cooperation in the two current hotspots of food safety and green growth.

    Representatives from the faculties and laboratory have introduced to the Embassy of Denmark the activities and research directions related to food hygiene safety and the green growth of their units.

    Assoc. Prof. Dr. Nguyen Manh Khai - Dean of Faculty of Environment Science shares more about research projects on toxic, wastewater, air pollution, water pollution and human health.

    Dr. Pham The Hai - Vice Dean of the Faculty of Biology introduces the applied research products that the Faculty has been focusing on in biotechnology, wastewater treatment and measurement of toxic substances in food.

    Dr. Tran Dinh Trinh - Deputy Director of KLAMAG introduces KLAMAG's research and activities related to food safety and green growth.

    The meeting has opened the way for active cooperation between VNU University of Science and the Danish Embassy in the coming time.

    On behalf of the University, Rector Nguyen Van Noi expressed his thanks to the representative of the Embassy of Denmark and hoped that the two sides will have more cooperation and ideas related to the two current hot issues: Food hygiene safety and green growth.