UNIST and APCC conclude a Joint research agreement to conquer climate change
Climate change is caused by many factors and it is one of the major global challenges facing humanity in the 21st Centry. This is a truly global problem and is already having a significant impact on ecosystems, economies, and communities. O... Read More
Big Idea Comes to Rescue Forestry Workers
A real-time forest monitoring and alert application, designed by a team of UNIST students has been selected as the Grand Prize winner of the 1st annual “Big Ideas” competition, conducted by the Forestry Promotion Institute (KOFPI). This is... Read More
UNIST Signs MOU with VIetnam's University of Dalat
UNIST, as a centre of technological and scientific excellence in nuclear engineering has been working hard to provide a boost to Southeast Asia’s nuclear power industry through the transfer of nuclear technology. On July 24, UNIST sig... Read More
"Discover valuable career and life skills at UNIST!"
Each year UNIST hosts an enriching summer program to help Korean youth prepare for a world that is increasingly shaped by science and technology. In the summer of 2015, UNIST has launched the “2015 Summer Explorer@UNIST,” a spec... Read More
Stay tuned for more information about 2015 Humanities Festival, July 22-24.
On Wednesday 22nd July, UNIST launched the 2015 UNIST Humanities Festival, bringing together gifted students from universities and high schools, specialized in Science and Technology. This is a three-day event, held from Wednesday, July 22... Read More
New research collaboration agreement between UNIST and UUH
On July 10, UNIST signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Ulsan University Hospital (UUH), one of the best hospitals in Korea to pledge mutual support for one another in the pursuit of excellence in biomedical research and its appli... Read More
Taking control of urban issues, using big data
Air pollution is the world’s biggest environmental threat to human health because finding answers to how the extract source of air pollution is interacting in the air and how it is dispersing have been challenging. However, with advan... Read More
Prof. Yoon Kyung Do, her beautiful spirit will live on in our hearts and memories forever.
Sunday, July 5 marks one hundred days since the passing of a beloved professor in the School of Nano-Bioscience and Chemical Engineering at UNIST. Following the sudden passing of Prof. Yoon Kyung Do in the School of Nano-Bioscience and Chem... Read More
A smart use of big data for domestic small and mid-market organizations
Cloud computing services have become a game changer for every Small-Medium Enterprise (SME) in the current global business market, as it promises to help businesses work smarter. Indeed, the technology offers more flexibility, lower costs,... Read More
Science and Technololgy for Disaster Risk Reduction
Special lecture by Shim Jae Hyun, President of NDMI on June 18, 2015.
Unpredictable forces of nature, like the recent earthquake that hit Nepal can have a devastating impact on humans and our environment. On June 18, Shim Jae Hyun, President of National Disaster Management Institute (NDMI) was invited to deli... Read More