Writer|JooHyeon Heo |Public Relations Team
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
UNIST students win prizes at the 22nd Samsung HumanTech Paper Award
On February 18, the award ceremony for the 2016 Samsung HumanTech Paper (HTP) Award took place in the main conference room of the UNIST Main Administration Building. The ceremony was held to acknowledge seven deserving engineering students... Read More
"This award has encouraged me to keep moving forward with my future endeavors in my research work," Atul Rahman said.
Atul Rahman is an international student from Bangladesh, pursuing a master’s in Electrical & Computer Engineering under the supervision of Professor Jongeun Lee at UNIST. He has been awarded the 2016 Samsung HumanTech Paper Award... 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
The single most prestigious conference in the field of semiconductor circuit designs.
A UNIST graduate student, Seojin Choi (School of Electrical & Computer Engineering) has been recently recognized at the 2016 IEEE International Solid-State Circuit Conference (ISSCC 2016), the single most prestigious conference in the f... 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
The information session for the official launch of UNIST, held on Jan. 28th, 2015.
In the morning of January 28th, UNIST invited the residents of Jung-gu, the central district of Ulsan to attend its annual district information session to learn more about the official launch of UNIST, as a government-funded research instit... Read More
[UNIST Magazine] Campus Issue, GPF Scholarship
Launched in 2011, the Global Ph.D. Fellowship recognizes and supports outstanding graduate students who are pursuing research-based master’s and doctoral degrees in science. It is a competitive nationwide education program provided by the N... Read More