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Quang Nam Must Construct Submerged Seawalls to Control Waves and Coastal Erosion in Hoi An

Dr. Nguyen Thi Minh Phuong, DTU Dean of Environmental & Chemical Engineering, explains in her paper “Research into Hoi An’s coastal erosion” that the main causes are the massive upstream hydroelectric construction projects blocking sediment supply, extensive sand mining on the Thu Bon river and bridge construction obstructing and diverting water flow...

DTU-Vent Version 3.0 to Treat Covid-19

With their two initial versions, the DTU research group acquired the experience necessary to continue improving their DTU-Vent ventilator to version 3.0 with all the functionality of a professional...

DTU-Vent Version 2.0 for invasive ventilation, priced at less than 50 Million VND

Only two weeks after the announcement of their DTU-Vent version 1.0 noninvasive ventilator, the DTU research group continues to develop version 2.0, which expands the functionality to that of a...

Top Fifty of Vietnamese Universities with Best International Publications in 2019

This article provides an analysis of data extracted from the Scopus scientific database last updated on February 1, 2020. Data processing methods and data used for analysis are provided at the end of...

Another Trial Version of Non-invasive Ventilator

The DTU-Vent is a non-invasive ventilator, feeding oxygen to the lungs at a fixed frequency, through a nasal or full-face mask, with sufficient quantities of air to stimulate the breathing of...

DTU-Vent Version 1.0 Prices at Less than 20 Million VND

According to the DTU representatives, the DTU research team referenced other ventilators on the market such as the E-Vent (MIT), the OxVent (Oxford University), the Medtronics PB650, and the...

DTU Promises to Deliver a Twenty-Million Dong Covid-19 Ventilator

On April 11, DTU presented the DTU-Vent (version 1.0) to the Danang People’s Committee Chairman, Mr. Huynh Duc Tho, and to leaders of the Danang departments of Health, Science and Technology. The...

DTU Researchers develop unique new non-invasive ventilators

The Covid-19 virus has already infected 3 million people worldwide and more than 200,000 have died, with new cases occurring day after day. With government support, DTU has teamed a group of...

Da Nang supports DTU to develop ventilators

On April 11th, a non-invasive ventilator called DTU -VENT was introduced by a researcher team at Duy Tan University to help Covid-19 patients with serious breathing problems. Mr. Huynh Duc Tho,...

DTU Introduces non-invasive ventilators

The DTU non-invasive ventilator feeds oxygen to the lungs at a fixed frequency, through a nasal or full face mask, with sufficient quantities of air to stimulate the breathing of patients suffering...

DTU develops hand washing instruction device

Practicing good hygiene, especially frequent and proper hand washing, is the simplest and the most effective way to prevent a variety of pathogens from entering our bodies and making us sick. Clean...