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Vai trò của giáo dục kỹ năng sống đối với sự hình thành nhân cách học sinh trung học phổ thông ở Hà Nội hiện nay

Giới thiệu luận văn “Vai trò của giáo dục kỹ năng sống đối với sự hình thành nhân cách học sinh trung học phổ thông ở Hà Nội hiện nay”

Tác giả: Lương Thu Hà

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Luận văn bao gồm các nội dung chính

– Làm rõ khái niệm kỹ năng sống, vai trò của giáo dục kỹ năng sống, nhân cách học sinh nói chung.

– Nghiên cứu vai trò của giáo dục kỹ năng sống với việc hình thành nhân cách học sinh, đặc biệt là học sinh Trung học phổ thông.

– Làm rõ thực trạng công tác giáo dục kỹ năng sống đối với học sinh Trung học phổ thông ở Hà Nội hiện nay.

– Đề xuất một số giải pháp nhằm nâng cao hiệu quả của giáo dục kỹ năng sống trong việc hình thành nhân cách học sinh trung học phổ thông Hà Nội hiện nay.

– Luận văn có thể dùng làm tài liệu tham khảo phục vụ cho nghiên cứu có nội dung liên quan đến Kỹ năng sống, vai trò của giáo dục kỹ năng sống, yếu tố tác động đến nhân cách của học sinh,….cũng như có thể dùng làm tài liệu tham khảo để giảng dạy về kỹ năng ở các trường Đại học, Cao đẳng.

 

Title: Vai trò của giáo dục kỹ năng sống đối với sự hình thành nhân cách học sinh trung học phổ thông ở Hà Nội hiện nay
Authors: Lương, Thu Hà
Keywords: Giáo dục kỹ năng sống
Học sinh trung học phổ thông
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: H.: ĐHKHXH&NV
Description: 101 tr.
URI: http://repository.vnu.edu.vn/handle/VNU_123/54537
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Systems pharmacology A unified framework for prediction of drug-target interactions

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Drug discovery is one important issue in medicine and pharmacology area.

Traditional methods using target-based approach are usually time-consuming and ineffective.

Recently, the problems are approached in a system-level view and therefore it is called systems pharmacology.

This research field deals with the problems in drug discovery by integrating various kinds of biomedical and pharmacological data and using advanced computational methods.

Ultimately, the problems are more effectively solved.

One of the most important problem in systems pharmacology is prediction of drug-target interactions.

Methods: In this review, we are going to summarize various computational methods for this problem. Results: More importantly, we formed a unified framework for the problem.

In addition, to study human health and disease in a more systematically and effectively, we also presented an integrated scheme for a wider problem of prediction of disease-gene-drug associations.

Conclusion: By presenting the unified framework and the integrated scheme, underlying computational methods for problems in systems pharmacology can be understood and complex relationships among diseases, genes and drugs can be identified effectively.

Title: Systems pharmacology A unified framework for prediction of drug-target interactions
Authors: Le, D.-H.
Le, L.
Keywords: Disease-gene association
Drug-disease association
Drug-gene-disease association
Drug-target interaction
Machine learning-based approach
Network-based approach
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers B.V.
Citation: Scopus
Abstract: Drug discovery is one important issue in medicine and pharmacology area. Traditional methods using target-based approach are usually time-consuming and ineffective. Recently, the problems are approached in a system-level view and therefore it is called systems pharmacology. This research field deals with the problems in drug discovery by integrating various kinds of biomedical and pharmacological data and using advanced computational methods. Ultimately, the problems are more effectively solved. One of the most important problem in systems pharmacology is prediction of drug-target interactions. Methods: In this review, we are going to summarize various computational methods for this problem. Results: More importantly, we formed a unified framework for the problem. In addition, to study human health and disease in a more systematically and effectively, we also presented an integrated scheme for a wider problem of prediction of disease-gene-drug associations. Conclusion: By presenting the unified framework and the integrated scheme, underlying computational methods for problems in systems pharmacology can be understood and complex relationships among diseases, genes and drugs can be identified effectively.
Description: Current Pharmaceutical Design Volume 22, Issue 23, 1 June 2016, Pages 3569-3575
URI: http://www.eurekaselect.com/141339/article
http://repository.vnu.edu.vn/handle/VNU_123/32161
ISSN: 13816128
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Constitutional Debate and Development on Human Rights in Vietnam

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This article analyzes the constitutional debate on and development of human rights in Vietnam throughout five constitutions from 1946 to 2013, as well as the prospects and challenges in promoting human rights in Vietnam during and after the development of its 2013 Constitution.

It begins with an investigation and discussion of the human rights provisions from the 1946 Constitution to the 1992 Constitution – a period where the socialist human rights tradition was established in Vietnam. It follows with an analysis of the debates on the new human rights and citizens’ rights provisions in the 1992 Constitution, where a new concept of natural human rights emerged.

The article continues to explore how the struggle and debates surrounding the competing conception of rights – socialist and positivist on one hand and natural law-based on the other – come into play in shaping the 2013 Constitution.

It then proceeds to evaluate the potential challenges involved in the implementation of these rights in the coming years.

The authors argue that the development of constitutional human rights in Vietnam is still limited by ideological barriers.

It also faces substantial practical challenges owing to, inter alia, the absence of provisions for the immediate implementation of such rights as well as legal mechanisms for the protection of constitutional rights, such as a constitutional review system.

 

Title: Constitutional Debate and Development on Human Rights in Vietnam
Authors: Vu, G.C.
Tran, K.
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Citation: Scopus
Abstract: This article analyzes the constitutional debate on and development of human rights in Vietnam throughout five constitutions from 1946 to 2013, as well as the prospects and challenges in promoting human rights in Vietnam during and after the development of its 2013 Constitution. It begins with an investigation and discussion of the human rights provisions from the 1946 Constitution to the 1992 Constitution – a period where the socialist human rights tradition was established in Vietnam. It follows with an analysis of the debates on the new human rights and citizens’ rights provisions in the 1992 Constitution, where a new concept of natural human rights emerged. The article continues to explore how the struggle and debates surrounding the competing conception of rights – socialist and positivist on one hand and natural law-based on the other – come into play in shaping the 2013 Constitution. It then proceeds to evaluate the potential challenges involved in the implementation of these rights in the coming years. The authors argue that the development of constitutional human rights in Vietnam is still limited by ideological barriers. It also faces substantial practical challenges owing to, inter alia, the absence of provisions for the immediate implementation of such rights as well as legal mechanisms for the protection of constitutional rights, such as a constitutional review system.
Description: Asian Journal of Comparative Law Volume 11, Issue 2, 1 December 2016, Pages 235-262
URI: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/asian-journal-of-comparative-law/article/constitutional-debate-and-development-on-human-rights-in-vietnam/A6A1C8D98079C8EC58D8222D8BB060B4#
http://repository.vnu.edu.vn/handle/VNU_123/32617
ISSN: 19320205
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Allometric equations for estimating tree aboveground biomass in tropical dipterocarp forests of Vietnam

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There are few allometric equations available for dipterocarp forests, despite the fact that this forest type covers extensive areas in tropical Southeast Asia.

This study aims to develop a set of equations to estimate tree aboveground biomass (AGB) in dipterocarp forests in Vietnam and to validate and compare their predictive performance with allometric equations used for dipterocarps in Indonesia and pantropical areas.

Diameter at breast height (DBH), total tree height (H), and wood density (WD) were used as input variables of the nonlinear weighted least square models.

Akaike information criterion (AIC) and residual plots were used to select the best models; while percent bias, root mean square percentage error, and mean absolute percent error were used to compare their performance to published models.

For mixed-species, the best equation was AGB = 0.06203 × DBH2.26430 ×H0.51415 ×WD0.79456. When applied to a random independent validation dataset, the predicted values from the generic equations and the dipterocarp equations in Indonesia overestimated the AGB for different sites, indicating the need for region-specific equations.

At the genus level, the selected equations were AGB = 0.03713 × DBH2.73813 and AGB = 0.07483 × DBH2.54496 for two genera, Dipterocarpus and Shorea, respectively, in Vietnam.

Compared to the mixed-species equations, the genus-specific equations improved the accuracy of the AGB estimates.

Additionally, the genus-specific equations showed no significant differences in predictive performance in different regions (e.g., Indonesia, Vietnam) of Southeast Asia.

 

Title: Allometric equations for estimating tree aboveground biomass in tropical dipterocarp forests of Vietnam
Authors: Huy, B.
Poudel, K.P.
Kralicek, K., (…)
Phuong, V.T.
Temesgen, H.
Keywords: Aboveground biomass
Allometric equation
Dipterocarp forest
Genus
Southeast Asia
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: MDPI AG
Citation: Scopus
Abstract: There are few allometric equations available for dipterocarp forests, despite the fact that this forest type covers extensive areas in tropical Southeast Asia. This study aims to develop a set of equations to estimate tree aboveground biomass (AGB) in dipterocarp forests in Vietnam and to validate and compare their predictive performance with allometric equations used for dipterocarps in Indonesia and pantropical areas. Diameter at breast height (DBH), total tree height (H), and wood density (WD) were used as input variables of the nonlinear weighted least square models. Akaike information criterion (AIC) and residual plots were used to select the best models; while percent bias, root mean square percentage error, and mean absolute percent error were used to compare their performance to published models. For mixed-species, the best equation was AGB = 0.06203 × DBH2.26430 ×H0.51415 ×WD0.79456. When applied to a random independent validation dataset, the predicted values from the generic equations and the dipterocarp equations in Indonesia overestimated the AGB for different sites, indicating the need for region-specific equations. At the genus level, the selected equations were AGB = 0.03713 × DBH2.73813 and AGB = 0.07483 × DBH2.54496 for two genera, Dipterocarpus and Shorea, respectively, in Vietnam. Compared to the mixed-species equations, the genus-specific equations improved the accuracy of the AGB estimates. Additionally, the genus-specific equations showed no significant differences in predictive performance in different regions (e.g., Indonesia, Vietnam) of Southeast Asia.
Description: Forests Volume 7, Issue 8, 22 August 2016, Pages 1-19
URI: http://repository.vnu.edu.vn/handle/VNU_123/29561
http://www.mdpi.com/1999-4907/7/8/180
ISSN: 19994907
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Controlled synthesis of monodisperse magnetite nanoparticles for hyperthermia-based treatments

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Monodisperse magnetite nanospheres with hollow interior and porous shell structure were synthesized through one-pot solvothermal process.

The chemical conversions of the Fe (III) compounds to generate Fe3O4 simultaneously coupled with the Ostwald ripening process within the magnetite spheres were considered as underlying mechanism for evolution of the Fe3O4 porous/hollow nanostructure.

The morphology of Fe3O4 nanoparticles could be controlled by adjusting the conditions of process variables.

We investigated their potential in hyperthermia-based treatments, using an alternative magnetic field. Our study revealed that higher applied frequency resulted in the higher heat generation and thus faster temperature growth.

The hyperthermia efficiency of the Fe3O4 nanoparticles generally depended on particle structures and magnetic properties.

The Fe3O4 porous/hollow nanoparticles also exhibited an excellent heat generation for several continuous cycles of applied field for a long time.

 

Title: Controlled synthesis of monodisperse magnetite nanoparticles for hyperthermia-based treatments
Authors: Nguyen, D.T.
Kim, K.–S.
Keywords: Controlled synthesis
Hyperthermia
Magnetic heating
Magnetite nanoparticles
Porous/hollow structures
Temperature control
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Elsevier B.V.
Citation: Scopus
Abstract: Monodisperse magnetite nanospheres with hollow interior and porous shell structure were synthesized through one-pot solvothermal process. The chemical conversions of the Fe (III) compounds to generate Fe3O4 simultaneously coupled with the Ostwald ripening process within the magnetite spheres were considered as underlying mechanism for evolution of the Fe3O4 porous/hollow nanostructure. The morphology of Fe3O4 nanoparticles could be controlled by adjusting the conditions of process variables. We investigated their potential in hyperthermia-based treatments, using an alternative magnetic field. Our study revealed that higher applied frequency resulted in the higher heat generation and thus faster temperature growth. The hyperthermia efficiency of the Fe3O4 nanoparticles generally depended on particle structures and magnetic properties. The Fe3O4 porous/hollow nanoparticles also exhibited an excellent heat generation for several continuous cycles of applied field for a long time.
Description: Powder Technology Volume 301, 1 November 2016, Pages 1112-1118
URI: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0032591016304442
http://repository.vnu.edu.vn/handle/VNU_123/32618
ISSN: 00325910
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Complete genome sequence of a porcine epidemic diarrhea virus strain from Vietnam, HUA-14PED96, with a large genomic deletion

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A highly virulent strain of Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) causing severe diarrhea has recently emerged in Vietnam.

Genomic sequences from a novel strain, HUA-14PED96, isolated from a Vietnamese piglet with serious diarrhea show relatively high identity with U.S.-like PEDV strains, and have a 72-nt deletion in the open reading frame 1a (ORF1a) gene.

 

Title: Complete genome sequence of a porcine epidemic diarrhea virus strain from Vietnam, HUA-14PED96, with a large genomic deletion
Authors: Choe, S.-E.
Park, K.-H.
Lim, S.-I., (…)
Cho, I.-S.
An, D.-J.
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: American Society for Microbiology
Citation: Scopus
Abstract: A highly virulent strain of Porcine epidemic diarrhea virus (PEDV) causing severe diarrhea has recently emerged in Vietnam. Genomic sequences from a novel strain, HUA-14PED96, isolated from a Vietnamese piglet with serious diarrhea show relatively high identity with U.S.-like PEDV strains, and have a 72-nt deletion in the open reading frame 1a (ORF1a) gene.
Description: Genome Announcements Volume 4, Issue 1, 2016, Article number e00002-16
URI: http://genomea.asm.org/content/4/1/e00002-16
http://repository.vnu.edu.vn/handle/VNU_123/32614
ISSN: 21698287
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Bioinformatics Approach in Plant Genomic Research

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The advance in genomics technology leads to the dramatic change in plant biology research.

Plant biologists now easily access to enormous genomic data to deeply study plant highdensity genetic variation at molecular level.

Therefore, fully understanding and well manipulating bioinformatics tools to manage and analyze these data are essential in current plant genome research.

Many plant genome databases have been established and continued expanding recently.

Meanwhile, analytical methods based on bioinformatics are also well developed in many aspects of plant genomic research including comparative genomic analysis, phylogenomics and evolutionary analysis, and genome-wide association study.

However, constantly upgrading in computational infrastructures, such as high capacity data storage and high performing analysis software, is the real challenge for plant genome research.

This review paper focuses on challenges and opportunities which knowledge and skills in bioinformatics can bring to plant scientists in present plant genomics era as well as future aspects in critical need for effective tools to facilitate the translation of knowledge from new sequencing data to enhancement of plant productivity

 

Title: Bioinformatics Approach in Plant Genomic Research
Authors: Ong, Q.
Nguyen, P.
N.P., Thao
Le, L.
Keywords: Bioinformatics
Comparative genomics
GWAS
Next-generation sequencing
Phylogenomics
Plant genomics
Issue Date: 2016
Publisher: Bentham Science Publishers B.V.
Citation: Scopus
Abstract: The advance in genomics technology leads to the dramatic change in plant biology research. Plant biologists now easily access to enormous genomic data to deeply study plant highdensity genetic variation at molecular level. Therefore, fully understanding and well manipulating bioinformatics tools to manage and analyze these data are essential in current plant genome research. Many plant genome databases have been established and continued expanding recently. Meanwhile, analytical methods based on bioinformatics are also well developed in many aspects of plant genomic research including comparative genomic analysis, phylogenomics and evolutionary analysis, and genome-wide association study. However, constantly upgrading in computational infrastructures, such as high capacity data storage and high performing analysis software, is the real challenge for plant genome research. This review paper focuses on challenges and opportunities which knowledge and skills in bioinformatics can bring to plant scientists in present plant genomics era as well as future aspects in critical need for effective tools to facilitate the translation of knowledge from new sequencing data to enhancement of plant productivity
Description: Current Genomics Volume 17, Issue 4, 1 August 2016, Pages 368-378
URI: http://repository.vnu.edu.vn/handle/VNU_123/29658
http://www.eurekaselect.com/140825/article
ISSN: 13892029
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