Research, led by Prof. Jang Hyun Choi appeared in the world-leading scientific journal, Diabetes.
Leukemia drug holds promise for patients with type 2 diabetes.
The cancer treatment drug Imatinib, otherwise known as Gleevec is approved to treat various forms of cancer, mostly notably chronic myeloid leukemia (CML). However, researchers have stumbled onto another possible use for it, curing type 2 d... Read More
UNIST, Yeejoo Co., Ltd., and KICET develop an anti-bacterial fabric, using a natural bacterial pigment.
Contributing to public health and community wellbeing.
Antibiotics have proven to be a valuable weapon in the fight against infectious bacteria. However, due to the excess use of antibiotics in conventional treatments, overtime antibiotics have become less effective. This widespread use of anti... Read More
Bioprinting Technology: The New Frontier in Medicine
For decades, researchers have succeeded at 3D printing living tissues, but they have failed to print human tissue and organs that are good enough to implant into humans and animals. A new study by an international team of researchers from U... Read More
Researchers have long been interested in the technology of cell culture. Although previous studies have introduced stem cell technologies, none of them were able to survive without the risk of pathogenic contamination, until now. A team of... Read More
New photoelectrode that boosts the ability of solar water-splitting to produce hydrogen.
A team of Korean researchers, affiliated with UNIST has recently pioneered in developing a new type of multilayered (Au NPs/TiO2/Au) photoelectrode that boosts the ability of solar water-splitting to produce hydrogen. According to the resea... Read More
A new type of solid electrolyte was introduced on Advanced Materials.
Prof. Yoon Seok Jung's team discovered the solution-process to develop all-solid-state-lithium batteries.
The joint research team of Prof. Yoon Seok Jung (UNIST, School of Energy and Chemical Engineering) and Prof. Seng M. Oh (Seoul National University) discovered a new way to develop all-solid-state lithium batteries without a risk of conflagr... Read More
The transparent heater that we can attach it on the skin is developed.
Nano Letters introduced UNIST research outcome of transparent electrodes on December 15, 2015.
The transparent heater that people can attach it on their hands or the clothes is developed at UNIST. This research was introduced on the online version of Nano Letters on December 15, 2015. Prof. Jang-Ung Park and Prof. Ju-Young Kim’s join... Read More
Prof. Jae Sung Lee's team found a 2nd generation's artificial leaf.
A cheaper, more stable, and more efficient photocatalyst is developed at UNIST.
Prof. Jae Sung Lee’s research team (School of Energy and Chemical Engineering) found a new type of artificial leaf that produces Hydrogen (H2) when it absorbs sun light in the water. This research started with the basic concept of photosynt... Read More