Stay tuned for more information about 2015 Humanities Festival, July 22-24.
On Wednesday 22nd July, UNIST launched the 2015 UNIST Humanities Festival, bringing together gifted students from universities and high schools, specialized in Science and Technology. This is a three-day event, held from Wednesday, July 22... Read More
Witnessing triangular hole growth processes in hBN monolayers.
2D layered materials, such as graphene and hexagonal boron nitride (h-BN) have attracted significant attention for potential applications in 2D materials due to their excellent thermal and mechanical properties. Moreover, hBN, also known as... Read More
A Network Visualization Tool for Human Brain Connectomics
Throughout the academic year, UNIST organizes scholarly meetings and symposia that range in size and duration from multiday gatherings with auriences to individual lectures. On July 15, Dr. Hanspeter Pfister, An Wang Professor of Computer S... Read More
New research collaboration agreement between UNIST and UUH
On July 10, UNIST signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Ulsan University Hospital (UUH), one of the best hospitals in Korea to pledge mutual support for one another in the pursuit of excellence in biomedical research and its appli... Read More
Taking control of urban issues, using big data
Air pollution is the world’s biggest environmental threat to human health because finding answers to how the extract source of air pollution is interacting in the air and how it is dispersing have been challenging. However, with advan... Read More
[WHY UNIST] Prof. Hyun Keo Park, Department of Physics
“What really attracted me to UNIST was its strong research activity and expertise that is recognized globally,” says Dr. Hyeon Keo Park, the Director of UNIST Fusion Plasma Laboratory. For future students considering a degree at... Read More
Follicular helper T cells: New insights into mechanisms of infectious diseases like AIDS
Cell Reports, a peer-reviewed scientific journal publishing high-quality papers across the entire life sciences has recently acknowledged the work of the late Professor affiliated with UNIST and included her work entitled “CD8α− Dendritic C... Read More
Prof. Yoon Kyung Do, her beautiful spirit will live on in our hearts and memories forever.
Sunday, July 5 marks one hundred days since the passing of a beloved professor in the School of Nano-Bioscience and Chemical Engineering at UNIST. Following the sudden passing of Prof. Yoon Kyung Do in the School of Nano-Bioscience and Chem... Read More
[WHY UNIST] Prof. KyungJae Myung, School of Life Sciences
“UNIST provides a supportive environment for ambitious young scientists,” says Dr. Kyungjae Myung who is Distinguished Professor in the School of Life Sciences at UNIST. For future students considering a degree at UNIST, Dr. Myung explains... Read More