Large-scale Self-powered electronics may be the future.
While triboelectric nanogenerator (TENG) has been proven as a promising device in energy harvesting and self-powered sensing, there still remains one important issue associated with large-scale production of practical self-powered devices.... Read More
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
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
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
New imaging technique to provide the first atomic-scale images of colloidal nanoparticles.
Nanoparticles are one of the basic building blocks for next generation materials. New research findings announced this week has brought new insight into the structural and mechanical properties of colloidal nanoparticles. A multi-istitution... Read More
Witnessing triangular hole growth processes in hBN monolayers.
2D layered materials, such as graphene and hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN) have attracted significant attention for potential applications in 2D materials due to their excellent thermal and mechanical properties. Moreover, hBN, also known as... Read More
Follicular helper T cells: New insights into mechanisms of infectious diseases like AIDS
Cell Reports, a peer-reviewed scientific journal publishing high-quality papers across the entire life sciences has recently acknowledged the work of the late Professor affiliated with UNIST and included her work entitled “CD8α− Dendritic C... Read More
Our brains track moving objects using an algorithm, similar to GPS
The PNAS, one of the world’s most-cited and comprehensive multidisciplinary scientific journals, has recently acknowledged the work of a professor affiliated with UNIST and included his work entitled “Unifying Account of Visual Motion... Read More
Capable of producing ultra-fine 3D patterns, thinner than a red blood cell
3D printing technology has recently attracted significant media attention. However, there seems to be a multitude of problems with current 3D printers, as they have failed to deliver on its promise to revolutionize manufacturing due to the... Read More