Dr. Steve Granick, recognized by one of America's most prestigious honorary societies.
Dr. Steve Granick, the Director of the IBS Center for Soft and Living Matter at UNIST has been elected to Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, one of America’s oldest and most prestigious honor societies and a leading... Read More
Sharing your talents and making a difference in your community.
Giving can be as simple as giving joy to others—the UNIST theater club, NEST (Never Ending Story) uses music to communicate with community and the world around them. Instead of working exclusively in studios, students in NEST have been cont... Read More
Dr. Alberto Moscatelli, Senior Editor of Nature Nanotechnology.
Offering an insider's view about publishing papers in Nature Nanotechnology.
At the invitation of UNIST, Dr. Alberto Moscatelli, one of the Senior Editors of the widely respected Nature Publishing Group journal visited UNIST on the morning of April 29, 2016. During his visit to UNIST, Dr. Moscatelli of Nature Nanote... Read More
Contributing to the future biomedical research and new drug development.
A new study by an international team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has announced that they have succeeded for the first time in observing the structural changes in carbonic anhydrase. The breakthrough comes from a research, conducte... Read More
Encouraging potential collaborative research exchanges between UNIST and KISTI.
In the afternoon of April 28th, UNIST held its 3rd Symposium on Big Data and Analytics, inviting researchers from Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information (KISTI). This symposium, entitled “Information Analytics on Scienc... Read More
Prof. Kyunghan Lee wins the 2016 IEEE William R. Bennett Prize Paper Award.
Increasing the status of communications networking research in Korea.
Professor Kyunghan Lee (School of Electrical and Computer Engineering) has been recently selected to receive the 2016 IEEE William R. Bennett Prize Paper Award in the field of Communications Networking. This prestigious annual award has bee... Read More
Opening the door to ultracompact devices exploiting functional fluids.
Appearing in the online version Scientific Reports
As digital data usage has soared in recent years, energy efficiency has become a critical factor for large-scale data processing systems. Therefore, footprint of devices becomes even more critical for applications with limited physical spac... Read More
Improved student learning through virtual desktop capabiliies.
UNIST’s library has recently adopted a new system to better meet the diverse needs of an expanded campus community and the general public. The essence of the newly developed system is Zero Client, also known as ultrathin client, is a... Read More
Discovering DNA molecules directly interact with one another based on sequence.
Appearing in the recent edition of Nature Communications.
The prevailing hypothesis has suggested that the functions of DNA, such as the way the DNA is organized, largely depend on its interactions with protein molecules. However, a new study, affiliated with UNIST finds that DNA molecules directl... Read More
“Future Education for Fourth Industrial Revolution”
UNIST to host a special keynote lecture by its founding president, Dr. Moo Je Cho.
In the afternoon of April 4th, UNIST invited Dr. Moo Je Cho, former president of UNIST to give a keynote lecture, entitled “Future Education for Fourth Industrial Revolution” in the auditorium at UNIST KyungDong Hall. “Seeing all your... Read More