The work by Distinguished Professor Bartosz A. Grzybowski has been published in Nov. 2022 and selected as the cover article for Nature Physics.
Historically, contact electrification (CE) was humanity’s first and only source of electricity up until ca. 18th century yet its true nature is still elusive. Today it is considered a core component of technologies such as laser printers, L... Read More
Rapid Access to Polycyclic N-heteroarenes from Unactivated, Simple Azines via Base-promoted Minisci-type Annulation
Their findings have been published in Nature Communications.
The research groups of Professors Sung You Hong and Jan-Uwe Rohde of the UNIST Chemistry Department have developed a one-step synthetic method to access ‘nitrogen-containing polyaromatic hydrocarbons’ from simple azines, which have applicat... Read More
Sungbin Lim, 2021 MSc graduate from UNIST, has recently been accepted into a Ph.D. program IMPRS of MPI EvolBio.
Sungbin Lim, a former graduate from the Department of Biological Sciences at UNIST, is excited to begin the next chapter in his life. He has recently been accepted into a Ph.D. program at the International Max Planck Institute for Evolution... Read More
Published in the April 2022 issue of Nature, their findings have also been featured on Nature Editorials.
A research team, led by Professor Bartosz A. Grzybowski (Department of Chemistry, UNIST) from the Center for Soft and Living Matter, within the Institute for Basic Science (IBS) at UNIST has reported a novel approach on how to repurpose was... Read More
The award ceremony took place remotely at the 2022 Subcommittee Meeting of the Korean Physical Society on April 20, 2022.
Two researchers from UNIST have been honored with the ‘2022 Young Physicist Awards’ by the Korean Physical Society (KPS). The recipients are Jin Kyun Kim (Advisor: Professor Chae Un Kim) and Daeseong Yong (Advisor: Professor Jae... Read More