Government seleted UNIST research results as National R&D Excellence
Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning(MISP) of Korea selected UNIST for “Top 100 National R&D Performances” and “Excellence in Technology Transfer ∙Industrialization∙Business Development.” The cases of out... Read More
Official signboard hanging ceremony to commemorate the new smart sensor center
On October 23, UNIST held a signboard hanging ceremony of the Center for Smart Sensor Systems (CSSS) to commemorate the establishment of a state-of-the-art research and incubation facility, focused on the next generation of universal smart... Read More
[Faculty Interview] Dr. Henri Christiaans, Dean and Chair Professor at School of DHE
"Building DHE, Korea's best design school."
“Please join us on our journey in creating design as a powerful force for positive change and in building DHE as the Korea’s best Design School,” says Dr. Henri Christianns, while talking about his new role and his vision for UNIST. Dr. Hen... Read More
[UNIST Magazine] Summer Camp Training of Rowing Team
Young athelets fell in love with extreme sports.
Before sunrise, 20 members of the UNIST Rowing Team got together to participate in the summer camp training. The UNIST Rowing Ream is consist of students from all levels including freshmen and seniors. Considering the upper grades usually f... Read More
Prof. Hyeon Suk Shin (School of Natural Science), ranked among the top 1% most cited authors.
The Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning of Korea has recently announced the 2015 recipients of the Knowledge Creation Award. The award, established in 2009, recognizes the nation’s most influential scientific minds whose rec... Read More
[UNIST Magazine] Campus Life
Research Internship Programs for All Levels of Education
UNIST offers informative research internship programs for students from all levels of education, so they could experience using research equipment at laboratories and develop their academic interests. Therefore, UNIST campus is always full... Read More
Discovery opens door to new strategy for protecting humans against infection.
A recent study revealed that cinereous vultures, also known as Aegypius monachus, have a unique genetic make-up which enable them to thrive on carcasses without being affected by the harmful bacteria living on these remains. The study was j... Read More
Developing new tech to manufacture a high-capacity and flexible paper battery
Lasting three times longer than current generation of Li-ion batteries
A Korean research team, affiliated with UNIST has successfully developed the world’s first fundamental technology to power the next generation of lithium ion batteries. On October 12, the National Forestry Science Institute of the Kor... Read More
Mass Eurasian migration back into Africa, revealed by 4500-year-old skeleton
An international team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has recently announced that they have successfully extracted and sequenced DNA from a 4,500 year-old Ethiopian skull found in highlands in Ethiopia. The findings, published in the... Read More