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The 2012 Kovalevskaia Prize of female scientist

The 2012 Kovalevskaia Award Ceremony was held for outstanding collective and female scientist on the morning of 4th March in Hanoi. It included Collectives of Female Scientists from Center for Experimental Biology, National Center for Technological Progress (NACENTECH) under the Ministry of Science and Technology and Ass.Prf.Dr. Bach Khanh Hoa, former Head of Screening Test Department, National Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion.

With applied research orientation, the officials of the Center for Experimental Biology released the practical products for the daily life such as: capsule, tablet, Spirulina granule, microorganism products for organic waste treatment, instant nutrition powder, etc

Collective of Female Scientists from Center for Experimental Biology

Nearly 20 years ago, the Center for Experimental Biology launched the technology research on producing bio-products from Microalgae source to serve the human and animal nutrition. The project investigated to use Spirulina algae for human in the form of algae tablet to support the cancer radiation therapy and Lina nutrition granule product to the child nutrition recovery. Accordingly, in 2008, the Ministerial-level pilot production project titled “production of some rich nutrient and bioactive products (tablet, capsule and granule) originated from Spirulina algae” was launched to produce Spirulina algae-originated tablets, capsules and granules to apply the research outcomes into practice, satisfying the product consumption demand with stable quality and reasonable price. Such products were issued with the Standard Certificate of Vietnam Food Administration Agency (VFA) under the Ministry of Health.

Recently, the Center was often awarded with a series of success from research works such as: Some biological solutions in environmental treatment, study on releasing agricultural waste treatment product by micro-organisms technology to produce organic fertilizer in Thanh Nguyen commune, Thanh Liem district, Ha Nam province. The Center’s researchers are now studying and searching to release many useful products for the society.

Ass.Prf. Doctor Bach Khanh Hoa, former Head of Screening Test Department, National Institute of Hematology and Blood Transfusion, is the scientist with a series of scientific works to be applied in life to help thousands of patients escape from the dead. She has involved in many useful studies for Vietnamese Health Industry such as: research on neutral erythrocyte, platelet and leukocyte antibodies to support the increasingly effective treatment; research and application of new techniques in screening blood transfusion infection diseases to obtain clean blood for treatment performance. She also involved in training and guiding the doctors, nurses and officials from many provinces and cities in Vietnam regarding HIV/AIDS prevention technique.

The Kovalevskaia Prize was named under brilliant Russian Female Mathematical Scientist in the 19th Century, Sophia Kovalevskaia. The prize aimed to praise, encourage and drive the scientific research activities of women in developing countries under the form of prize award to outstanding female scientists in the natural science field. In the past 28 years, Vietnam Kovalevskaia Prize Committee offered 39 personal prizes and 16 collective prizes to the outstanding female scientist collectives in the natural science and application fields.

News, photos: BY THU HIEN

(According to Online People’s Military Newspaper)