Dr. Gwang Woo Kim has been awarded with the Korean Chemical Society Award for Doctoral Dissertation
Dr. Gwangwoo Kim (Adviser: Professor Hyeon Suk Shin) has been awarded with the Korean Chemical Society Award for Doctoral Dissertation. Dr. Kim has been given the award in recognition of his research excellence throughout the course of his... Read More
Ho Yun Jo and Dayun Yang in the School of Business Administrations are the successful applicants from the 54th CPA exam.
The School of Business Administration at UNIST has announced that two of its students have been licensed as the Certified Public Accountants (CPAs). Ho Yun Jo and Dayun Yang are two of the successful applicants from the 54th CPA exam. A CPA... Read More
MinJae Jung, SeungHo Back, and MinWoo Kim won the Grand Prize at the 2019 AI Competition for Space Weather Disaster Prediction.
A research lab, led by Professor Hyondong Oh in the School of Mechanical Aerospace & Nuclear Engineering at UNIST, has announced that three of its graduate students have been honored with the Grand Prize at the 2019 AI Competition for S... Read More
Soldi will be displayed at Dubai Design Week between 12-16th of November, 2019.
Maker Culture, which can also be called Do-It-Yourself Culture (DIY Culture), is spreading steadily throughout the world. Thus, those industries that provide design tools and DIY kits continue to grow. The same goes for the tools and techno... Read More
Research breakthroughs by Professors Kwanyong Seo, Yoon-Kyoung Cho, and Sang-Young Lee, selected for 2019 National Top R&D Performances.
Every year, the Korean Ministry of Science and ICT (MSIT) selects and announces the nation’s top 100 outstanding research performances to inspire an interest of the general public in science and technology. Three R&D breakthroughs by UN... Read More
KOGIC partners with National Institute of Biological Resources to carry out in-depth genomics study of raptors.
Their findings have been published in Genome Biology on August 29, 2019.
Birds of prey, otherwise known as raptors, have strong, curved beaks with sharp edges and are ranked at the top of the food chain. Because they are strictly carnivorous, the populations of most raptors are relatively small, thus are at high... Read More
From Samsung’s Future Tech Fostering Projects to new book announcement … inspiring stories of UNIST gained media attention.
《Editor’s Note: UNIST has attracted much attention recently, as its name was mentioned on Korean media through the inspiring stories of its students and faculty. Through this, UNIST had an excellent opportunity to expose itself to the publi... Read More
New Study Presents Direct Imaging of Structural Disordering and Heterogeneous Dynamics of Fullerene Molecular Liquid
Their findings have been published in Nature Communications September 27, 2019.
A team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has succeeded in providing real-time visualization of the molecular changes from a solid to a liquid. This breakthrough has been led by Professor Chae Un Kim and his research team in the Departme... Read More
Distinguished Professors Kwang S. Kim, Sang Il Seok, and Jaephil Cho named among the 17 domestic candidates for 2019 Nobel Prize.
Three UNIST researchers have distinguished themselves with inclusion in the list of domestic candidates for the 2019 Nobel Prize. With the Nobel Prize announcements just around the corner, the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) has... Read More
Their findings have been published in the online version of Journal of Hazardous Materials (IF: 7.650) on September 17, 2019.
With increasing public concern about the health risks posed by fine dust air pollution, more research is needed to expand our understanding of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) contained in fine dust. Some air pollutants appear to be more tox... Read More