Embarking on an incredible period of learning and discovery.
Newly admitted undergraduates and returning students are ready to kick off one of UNIST’s biggest events of the year, the 2015 UNIST Matriculation Ceremony. The ceremony was held on February 25 at the UNIST Gymnasium for newly admitte... Read More
"Thank You for Your Endless Support and Encouragement."
Each February, UNIST confers honorary, graduate, and undergraduate degrees on Commencement day, the culmination of a campus-wide celebration. Today is a day of pageantry, celebration, and ceremony, as UNIST holds its Commencement ceremony.... Read More
"Take the time to reflect on what you’ve done and relish in your accomplishment."
The 2015 UNIST Commencement Ceremony held in Gymnasium at midday on Tuesday, February 24. This ceremony was open to families and the general public and included representatives of all degree recipients. The ceremony featured the conferral o... Read More
Official ribbon cutting ceremony to commemorate the new UNIST-PAL Beamline
After two years of work on ambitious construction programme, the UNIST-PAL Beamline has been designed and constructed at the Pohang Light Source (PLS) of Pohang Accelerator Laboratory (PAL), POSTECH, Korea. This will not only improve the qu... Read More
UNIST to host 2015 International Art-Design STEM Workshop
Education is constantly adapting to societal changes and to the needs of each student. Although the old “three R’s” education slogan – reading, writing, and arithmetic – have long since given way to new models for primary and secondary educ... Read More
[WHY UNIST] Dr. Steve Granick (School of Energy and Chemical Engineering)
“UNIST is one of the most exciting places in the world,” says Dr. Steve Granick who is a Founder of the IBS Center for Soft and Living Matter and also a Professor of Chemistry, Physics, Materials Science, and Chemical Engineerin... Read More
Molten Salt Reactors - Safer, Cleaner, Cheaper Nuclear Power
The 3rd International Workshop on MSR Development, held at UNIST
Today, scientists all over the globe are working to develop a low-cost source of energy that could provide safe, emissions-free power for a long-term period without refueling and without any risk of nuclear proliferation. On January 29, UNI... Read More
UNIST research team, develops new tech to make stable ferroelectrics
On January 13, a team of researchers, headed by Professor Yoon-Seok Oh (School of Natural Science) announced that they have successfully developed a technology to make a new functional ferroelectric material that could prove to be very usef... Read More
[WHY UNIST] Distinguished Prof. Christopher W. Bielawski, School of Natural Science
“What really attracted me to UNIST was the world-class intellectual environment,” says Dr. Christopher W. Bielawski who is a Distinguished Professor of Natural Science and the Coordinator for the Department of Chemistry at UNIST... Read More
Paving the way for cost-effective mass production of graphene
On January 20, there was a signing ceremony of Strategic Cooperation Agreement of a Mass Production of Graphene Technology Transfer between UNIST and Deokayng Energen Corp., held at UNIST. Under this agreement, the technique of mass-product... Read More