Tran Thi Thu Ha

Thái Nguyên University



Tran was awarded the Vietnamese Kovalevskaia Award 2019 for her research on the breeding and intensive cultivation of trees, the propagation and rearing of non-timber forest products and medicinal herbs, and the development of local medicinal plants.

(Photo: Thái Nguyên University)

  • Kovalevskaia Award 2019

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