Helping students find the kinds of classes that best suit their needs.
UNIST is proud to announce that the student-led venture team, Pedaling has been singularly successful in attracting a substantial volumn of foreign investments. The founding team, Pedaling is led by a highly-skilled team of six UNIST studen... Read More
The 3rd IBS Research Conference, held at UNIST from November 18 to 19, 2015.
Winner of the 2015 Art in Science Best Image Awards announced.
The nominees for the Best Science Image Awards at an exhibition titled “Art in Science”, which concurrently held with the 2015 IBS Research Conference, have been announced on December 10, 2015. The exhibition assembled a total of 21 works b... Read More
Prof. Jae Sung Lee's team found a 2nd generation's artificial leaf.
A cheaper, more stable, and more efficient photocatalyst is developed at UNIST.
Prof. Jae Sung Lee’s research team (School of Energy and Chemical Engineering) found a new type of artificial leaf that produces Hydrogen (H2) when it absorbs sun light in the water. This research started with the basic concept of photosynt... Read More
UNIST, Selected for the "Best of Best Climate Change Response R&D Outputs of 2015".
Building response strategies for climate mitigation and adaptation.
A research project, affiliated with UNIST has been recently recognized for setting a new world-record in solar energy efficiency. This project, led by Dr. Sang-Il Seok (School of Energy and Checmical Engineering), has been ranked third on t... Read More
Strengthening collaborative ties in research and education and implementing Government 3.0 Policy
In the afternoon of December 11th, UNIST held a joint symposium with Korean Workers’ Compensation & Welfare Service (COMWEL) on Big Data and Analytics. This is the second symposium, jointly organized by UNIST Business Management G... Read More
A new printing technique can be applied to solar batteries, LED, etc.
Prof. Hyunhyub Ko and Prof. Jin Young Kim's research outcome, introduced on Nano Letters.
A UNIST research team developed the capillary printing technique that can precisely control the silver nanowires. The transparent electrode which is made of silver nanowires has a smooth surface, high electrical conductivity and high transp... Read More
UNIST has been introduced on the editorial page of Nature Physics on December, 2015 as one of the Korea’s first movers in science and technology. Nature Physics publishes papers of the highest quality and significance in all areas of Physic... Read More
A Safe Future: UNIST Can Help Reduce Disaster Risk in Ulsan!
The institute for disaster management and reconstruction at UNIST was formally inaugurated in the afternoon of December 7th, 2015. It was greeted by the Director Jae Hyun Shim of the National Disaster Management Institute (NDMI) and Preside... Read More
Paving the way for selecting a specific state of nonpolar molecules.
A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has reported a novel approach to get one step closer to separation of non-polar molecules in different rotational quantum states. This study has been conducted by a UNIST student, Lee Yeong Kim (Departm... Read More