Design breakthrough: Any form of batteries on any objects
On July 15, a team of reseachers at UNIST, led by Prof. Sang-Young Lee have discovered a new class of printable solid-state Lithium-ion batteries (as referred as PRISS Batteries) that can exist on almost any surface. According to the resear... Read More
8th International ChemComm Symposia, taking place at UNIST.
The 8th International ChemComm Symposium will be taking place at two venues in South Korea: One at UNIST from August 12th to 13th, 2015 and another at Ewha Womans University on August 14th, 2015. This year’s symposia, took place at UN... Read More
Receiving the Minister's Award, granted by MOTIE
A UNIST researcher Dr. Guntae Kim (School of Energy and Chemical Engineering) has been honoured with the Minister’s Award, granted by the Ministry of Industry Trade and Energy (MOTIE). This was awarded to him on July 10, 2015 at the 1... Read More
Winning 'Best Homework Award' offered by the 3rd KoPAS program.
The Rare Isotope Science Project (RISP) at the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) has recently announced that two Ph.D. students, Seongyeol Kim and Young Kuk Kim in the Department of Physics at UNIST have been selected to receive the ‘... Read More
UNIST President to attend the 2015 UKC, held from July 29 to August 1, 2015.
Ensuring high levels of faculty through the recruitment of top international faculty.
Over 1,300 leading researchers from the U.S. and S. Korea gathered at the 2015 US-Korea Conference on Science, Technology and Entrepreneurship (UKC) to present their research findings within their respective area of expertise and discuss th... Read More
Korean High-Schoolers Develop Supercomputing Skills at UNIST from August 03‒07, 2015.
The Korea Supercomputing Youth Camp 2015, which took place on the UNIST campus from August 3 to 7, is a week long intensive conference that offers students and teachers a unique opportunity to work with advanced research technology not usua... Read More
Climate Change Meets the Humanities: Professor Jaeweon Cho
“Scientific evidence, alone, is no longer enough to tackle the global issue of climate change”, says Prof. Jaeweon Cho (School of Urban and Environmental Engineering) at UNIST. On July 9, UNIST has announced that Prof. Cho has r... Read More
UNIST remains the number one in the world.
UNIST remains a global research heavyweight among the world’s top research-intensive institutions, including the Universities of Harvard, Oxford, Stanford, Princeton, Cambridge, as well as Caltech and MIT, according to a new report. I... Read More
UNIST News Weekly has been readily available for any student and employee, but it will be now only available to active subscribers. The staff of the Office of UNIST News and Communication at UNIST News Center interacts regularly with both t... Read More
Next generation membrane material for high-power, fast-charging lithium-ion batteries
A major study of advanced membranes for energy applications by researchers at UNIST introduced a revolutionary separator membrane for high-performance rechargeable batteries that are fast-charging, long-lasting, and inexpensive. The finding... Read More