A team of researchers, led by Professor Jaesung Jang of Mechanical and Nuclear Engineering at UNIST has developed a new technology to catch viruses in the air. This technology is capable of detecting dangerous virus particles like MERS and... Read More
New technology converts exhaust heat into electricity for vehicles and other applications.
Prof. Son's team has developed liquid-like TE materials that can be painted on almost any surface.
A new study, led by Professor Jae Sung Son of Materials Science and Engineering at UNIST has succeeded in developing a new technique that can be used to turn industrial waste heat into electricity for vehicles and other applications. In the... Read More
Producing high-quality green disel from carbon dioxide in a single step.
Climate change is one of the most serious threats facing the world today. With the effectuation of the Paris Agreement, there has been a rising interest on carbon capture and utilization (CCU). A new study, led by Professor Jae Sung Lee of ... Read More
'Silica-Protective-Layer' strategy for high performance hydrogen fuel cell catalyst
A new research, affiliated with UNIST has presented a novel strategy for non-precious metal catalyst that can replace rare and expensive platinum(Pt)-based catalyst, currently used in hydrogen fuel cell. In their study, published in the Nov... Read More
First genome sequence of critically endangered Amur leopard provides useful resources for diet-related genetic and health research.
An international research consortium, affiliated with UNIST has succeeded for the first time in sequencing the reference genome of the Korean leopard, better known as the Amur leopard (Panthera pardus orientalis). Scientists hope that their... Read More
Scientists around the world discover how African clawed frogs got extra pair of genes.
Scientists from around the world, including South Korea, Japan, and United States have, for the first time, decoded the complex genetic makeup of the well-known laboratory animal Xenopus laevis, also known as the African clawed frog. The di... Read More
Developing a novel therapeutic strategy that could target distinct pathological factors in AD.
The results are now being published in the renowned scientific journal "Nature Communications".
Despite increasing momentum in Alzheimer’s research, no clearly effective therapeutics against Alzheimer’s disease (AD) exist due to the limited understanding of its multifaceted aetiology. In addition, because of the lack of ch... Read More
Prof. Jeong Min Baik's team presents a new paradigm for scavenging large-scale energy.
Developing a new power generating device via the principles of lightning strikes.
A single bolt of lightning produces a relatively large amount of energy in a short period of time. An international team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has recently developed a new type of power generating device through the principl... Read More
Developing OSCs that are stable after 60 days under a high temperature environment (120℃).
A new type of organic solar cells (OSCs) with 11.6% efficiency has been developed by a research team, affiliated with UNIST. This solar cell maintained almost 80% of its initial efficiency after 60 days long-term test under elevated tempera... Read More
Prof. Guntae Kim's paper, selected as “Hot paper” by Ang. Chemie Editors
A new research, affiliated with UNIST has presented a new type of fuel cell, which can both store electricity in the form of fuels, like hydrogen and regenerate electricity using stored fuels, in a single system. This research has been join... Read More