Their findings have been published in Science Trnaslational Medicine on October 11, 2018.
ITGBL1, as Potential Therapeutic Targets for Arthritis Treatment
Articular cartilages, once injured, cannot regrow or heal on their own. By understanding the mechanisms of how frog embryos develop to form facial cartilages, researchers have identified a novel potential therapeutic target that could pave... Read More
[UNIST MAGAZINE] Brilliant Thinking, Professor Thomas Schultz's CRASY
When the molecule is shot with a laser, it starts rotating. There are also different ways of spinning depending on which molecule it is, and there is a technique to observe it to grasp both molecular structure and mass. Correlated Rotationa... Read More
Their findings have been published in ACS Energy Letters on August 13, 2018.
All-inorganic perovskites, known as CsPbX3 (X = Cl/Br/I) was first discovered by Wells in 1893 and hybrid perovskites or CH3NH3PbX3 were discovered in 1978 by Weber. Although these materials have been the essence of the materials research c... Read More
Their findings have been published in Nature Communications on September 13, 2018.
A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has introduced a novel electric vehicle (EV) battery technology that is more energy-efficient than gasoline-powered engines. The new technology enables drivers to simply have their battery packs replace... Read More
A research team, affiliated with UNIST demonstrates a new technique for accelerating electrons to very high energies over short distances.
This breakthrough has been introduced in Nature on August 29, 2018.
The Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN)—operators of the world’s largest particle physics lab—near Geneva, Switzerland, is said to be the largest particle accelerator in the world. The accele... Read More
Their work has been selected as the front cover of the September 2018 issue of the Journal of Materials Chemistry.
A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has introduced a novel catalyst that can significantly enhance the performance of perovskite electrodes in Solid Oxide Fuel Cell (SOFC). This breakthrough has been led by Professor Gunatae Kim in the Sc... Read More
A recent work by Professor Hajin Kim reveals the contensts of cells can segregate into droplets, like oil in water.
Their work has been published in Nucleic Acids Research on July 19, 2018.
“Each human cell contains approximately 2 meters of DNA, yet that are too small to be visible to the unaided eye. Amazingly, all of that DNA is tightly packaged into a teeny little nucleus. There, we were able to observe the most basi... Read More
Their work has been published in the August 2018 issue of Joule.
Perovskite nanoparticles is regarded as next-generation of optical materials that can achieve vivid colors even on very large screens. Besides, due to their high color purity and low cost advantages, it has also gained much interests in ind... Read More
Their work has been published in the prestigious journal, Science Advances.
An international team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has presented an innovative wearable technology that will turn your skin into a loudspeaker. This breakthrough has been led by Professor Hyunhyub Ko in the School of Energy and Che... Read More
The work by Distinguished Professor Steve Granick and Professor Oh-Hoon Kwon has been published in ACS Nano.
Since life is mostly based on water, our molecules are moving, vibrating and somersaulting in a liquid environment. But electron microscopy—a technique to study a static version of this nano world—has been almost impossible to use to see mo... Read More