The awards’ winners were shortlisted from 37 nominees, including 28 male and 9 female scientists. There are 29 candidates among them who hold doctorate degrees, 6 with master's degrees, and 2 candidates with bachelor's degrees.
The awards were presented in the five areas of: information technology, digital transformation and automation; medical-pharmaceutical technology; biological technology; environmental technology; and new material technology.
According to the jury, several of the ten winners have conducted many national science and technology projects with high feasibility and efficiency and have obtained patents for their inventions.
The honourees have also won many domestic and international awards and medals in science and technology.
At the awards ceremony, which is scheduled for November, each winner will receive a Golden Globe trophy, a certificate of merit, and a cash prize.
A total of 20 outstanding girls in information-technology, electricity, electronics and mechanical engineering will also be honoured on the occasion.
The Golden Globe Awards were launched by the Ministry of Science and Technology in collaboration with the Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union Central Committee in 2003 with the aim to discover talent and stimulate a passion for science and technology research amongst young people.