Professor Ja Hyoung Ryu and Professor Sang Kyu Kwak published their paper in the prestigious journal, Nature Communication.
In-situ assembly of amphiphilic peptides with accompanying cellular functions inside a living cell (i.e., intracellular assembly) and their interaction with cellular components have been emerging as a versatile strategy in controlling cellu... Read More
Professor Franklin Bien's research team has embarked on developing a self-powered tracking device for bird flu outbreak prediction.
The farm-based outbreaks of AI are still occurring constantly in a number of countries around the world, including South Korea. Some argue that the natural migratory patterns of wild birds are to blame, while others insist industrial livest... Read More
Their findings appeared in the May 24 issue of the prestigious journal, PNAS.
A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has reported a new pathway that explains the interorganellar trafficking of molecules in eukaryotic cells. This study is expected to contribute to solve the unexplained part of the existing substance tr... Read More
Robotic devices as therapeutic and diagnostic tools for stroke survivors.
Their findings appeared in the the prestigious journal, IEEE Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering.
A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has introduced a new robotic tool for assessments of muscle overactivity and movement dysfunction in stroke survivors. Their robotic-assisted rehabilitation therapy, combined with standard rehabilitatio... Read More
Their findings appeared in the May 26th issue of the prestigious journal, Science Advances.
A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has developed a new type of polymer that will greatly advance the existing energy-harvesting technology that generates energy from wind, vibration, sound, and human-walking. This breakthrough research h... Read More
Their findings appeared in the world renowned journal, Nature Methods (IF=25.328).
An international team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has developed a new type of adaptive-optics (AO) technology for brain research. This study has been jointly conducted by Professor Jung-Hoon Park of Life Sciences at UNIST in colla... Read More
Researchers propose a new method that might be used to detect nuclear hazards from up to a few hundred meters away.
A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has introduced a method for the remote detection of hazardous radioactive substances. With the help of this newly-developed detection device, the detection of various types of radioactive materials can... Read More
Their findings appeared in the prestigious journal, Advanced Materials.
A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has engineered a new type of carbon nanomaterials, capable of changing shapes and colors depending on the type of solvents used. Such materials have attracted much attention owing to their unique optica... Read More
A new study, affiliated with UNIST confirms that targeting SnCs could treat age-related degenerative joint disease.
Their findings appeared in the world renowned medical journal, Nature Medicine (IF: 30.357).
A recent study, led by an international team of researchers confirms that targeted removal of senescent cells (SnCs), accumulated in many vertebrate tissues as we age, contribute significantly in delaying the onset of age-related pathologie... Read More