Writer|JooHyeon Heo |Public Relations Team
Innovative packaging concept to provide emotional relief to young children in poor communities
A UNIST design team, led by Prof. James A. Self (School of Design & Human Engineering) has announced that its ‘Toy Box’ design concept has received Notable and Winner design awards in the 2016, New York-based Core77 Design A... Read More
The 2016 Kyungdong Scholarship to provide full financial assistance to high-calibre students.
UNIST celebrates the 2016 Kyungdong Scholarship Award Ceremony where a group of 10 freshmen were recognized for their academic excellence. The purpose of the ceremony is to officially present the award certificates to the successful candida... Read More
Promoting cultural diversity and a society where Koreans and expatriates in the country respect each other.
Congratulatory telegrams are pouring in at the news of international students at UNIST winning several prizes in a singing contest, titled ‘Rainbow Singing Competition’. Under the slogan, “Vibrant Korea Growing with Immigrants,”... Read More
UNIST partners with Power Plaza Co. Ltd. to make greener, lighter electric vehicles.
Engineering ultra-compact foldable electric vehicle for urban mobility in collaboration with Power Plaza Co. Ltd.
UNIST is ready to bring nimble, urban-friendly motoring to South Korea’s crowded city centers with a fleet of its brand new ultra-compact foldable electric vehicle for urban mobility. Besides its absolutely innovative design, this ele... Read More
Prof. Ki Jin Han, recognized as one of the world’s leading scholars in the field of Electronic Packaging.
Prof. Ki Jin Han (School of Electrical and Computer Engineering) has been selected the recipient of the 2015 IEEE CPMT Best Paper Awards from in the category of Electrical Performance of Integrated Systems. This prestigious annual award has... Read More
Understanding disease mechanisms and for developing novel drugs.
For a protein to function appropriately, it must achieve its proper conformation and location within the crowded environment inside the cell. Moreover, information of subcellular locations of proteins is important for in-depth studies of ce... Read More
Developing a culture of integrity in the workplace.
On May 30th, 2016, UNIST and Korea Appraisal Board (KAB) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to pledge mutual support for one another in the establishment of an integrated anti-corruption framework and related integrity policies to b... Read More
UNIST's Science Walden Pavillion opens to the public on May 25th, 2016.
A unique blending of creative studio and research lab, bringing arts and science together.
A brand new outdoor laboratory has been recently launched at UNIST and this is expected to convert human waste into renewable energy sources, and possible to a monetary value. Nestled in the center of UNIST campus, a brand new outdoor labor... Read More
UNIST to hold "Science Walden Concert" for the public on Friday, May 27, 2016.
On the afternoon of May 27, UNIST held the thrid lecture of the “Science + Humanities Lecture Series”, as part of the 2016 Science Walden Concert. The Science and Humanities Lecture Series is open to the public and all staff and... Read More
Providing unique insights into the mechanisms of many neurologic disorders.
An international team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has pinpointed one common molecular mechanism that may protect people with Down syndrome and other intellectual disabilities. This breakthrough research has been led by Prof. Kyung... Read More