Science and technology

Science and technology education and promotion

MPTC asks Japanese Assoc to open digi-tech school in Cambodia

The Minister of Posts and Telecommunications Chea Vandeth requested a Japanese association to open a digital technology training school in Cambodia for highly skilled Cambodians to work in Japan and participate in national development. ...

Hang Punreay

Cambodia, China strengthen ties on STI initiatives

The Ministry of Industry, Science, Technology & Innovation (MISTI) says it stands ready to deepen cooperation with China, ASEAN and relevant dialogue partners on Science, Technology, and Innovation Initiatives. ...

Ben Sokhean

National competition showcases students' mechatronic skills

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MoEYS), Ministry of Economy and Finance Research Creativity and Innovation Fund (RCI Fund), and STEM Cambodia Organization have announced the winners of the first National Creative Mechatronic Product Design Competition for secondary school students. ...

Kiripost staff writers

MoEYS, KAPE, and Meta launch khmer digital literacy program syllabus to support ongoing initiative

Ministry of Education, Youth and Sport (MoEYS), Kampuchea Action to Promote Education (KAPE) and Meta came together to officially launch a Khmer Digital Literacy Programme (KDLP) resource pack highlighting specific modules to be introduced in New Generation Schools (NGS) and other public schools as part ...

Kiripost staff writers

Japan assures more tech support for Kingdom

Japan has promised to further increase its support to the Kingdom in its successful digitalisation and technological advancement journey. This came as Prime Minister Hun Manet held talks with Japanese Premier Kishida Fumio as part of the ‘Asean-related summit meetings’ held in Jakarta last week. ...

Sreekanth Ravindran

Cambodia's digital journey shows signs of growth

The number of students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) majors in higher education in Cambodia has increased in recent years, but the numbers still remain relatively low. ...

Prak Chan Thul

Mondulkiri students learn about digital literacy

Hundreds of high school students, including those from indigenous backgrounds, in Mondulkiri province learned about digital literacy, including fact-checking and being secure online, at a workshop. ...

Yatt Malai

Digital infra success boosting Cambodia’s growth potential

The scale of progress in the Kingdom’s digital infrastructure has played a critical role in boosting the country’s growth potentials, senior telecom executives told a visiting delegation of Singapore Business Federation (SBF) on Thursday as they visited Huawei Cambodia office at Exchange Square. ...

Sreekanth Ravindran

Cambodia, France sign agreement for scientific cooperation

The Ministry of Education, Youth, and Sports and the French Embassy in Cambodia have signed an agreement for science and technology cooperation under the Huber Curien Tonle Sap Partnership, funded by the Innovation Research Fund, to support the initiative to develop or continue research projects ...

Khmer Times Staff

MoEYS and French Embassy cooperate on science, tech

The Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MoEYS) and the French Embassy in Cambodia have signed an agreement on cooperation in science and technology, within the framework of the Huber Curien “Tonle Sap” partnership, to continue research for development projects. ...

Tith Kongnov

More than 30,000 attend Science, Tech and Innovation Day event

More than 30,000 participants attended Cambodia’s first-ever Sacience, Technology, and Innovation Day at the Diamond Island Convention and Exhibition Center from March 26 to 28. ...

Khmer Times Staff

PM: Invest more in science, tech, innovation

Prime Minister Hun Sen on March 26 called for all stakeholders to step up collaboration and allocate more funds and resources for science, technology and innovation (STI) towards bringing and keeping the workforce up-to-speed with tech developments. ...

Hin Pisei

Cambodia organises first-ever Science, Technology and Innovation Day

The Ministry of Industry, Science, Technology and Innovation is organising the first-ever ‘National Science, Technology and Innovation Day’ to promote the widespread adoption of technologies and further encourage home-grown innovation in the Kingdom. ...

Khmer Times Staff

Ministry contest encourages women to get involved in digital skills, tech

Minister of Post and Telecommunications Chea Vandeth encouraged female students to join a new digital competition. The format features training, a digital bootcamp and a pitch contest for each team’s finished product.​ ...

Lay Samean

Japan university holds online fair for students from ASEAN members

Okayama University, one of Japan’s top public universities, is holding an online “Study in Japan 2023” fair for Cambodians who wish to pursue their tertiary education. ...

Ry Sochan

Techo Sen Institute offers digital scholarships

The Techo Sen Institute (TSI) – run by the Ministry of Public Works and Transport – and the Cambodia Academy of Digital Technology (CADT) under the Ministry of Post and Telecommunications have announced plans to offer a number of scholarships to high school graduates. ...

Hong Raksmey

Calls for students to master tech skills

Recent high school graduates are being encouraged to study digital technology-related subjects at university to fill the skills gap and help develop the country. ...

Thai Sothea

Education minister promotes digital transformation

Minister of Education, Youth and Sport Hang Chuon Naron addressed an international conference on digital transformation in Cambodia. The conference aimed to raise awareness and seek input and contributions into the digital transformation of Cambodia, widely seen as necessary to ensure the Kingdom will remain competitive, ...

Ry Sochan

Online media literacy forum gives youths digital savvy

The establishment of the Media & Information Literacy Network Cambodia (MIL-KH) is an important step towards providing problem-solving and critical thinking skills to young Cambodians to help them safely use digital communications, according to Oung Chanthol, executive director of the Women’s Media Centre of Cambodia ...

Orm Bunthoeurn

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