Water that stays liquid far below its normal freezing point
Water is an unusual liquid with many odd properties. On the Celsius scale, pure water typically freezes at 0 degrees (32 degrees Fahrenheit) and boils at 100 degrees (212 degrees Fahrenheit). However, liquid water can still remain liquid fa... Read More
Making the leap from national university to a government-funded S&T institute.
September 28th, 2015 marks the official relaunch of UNIST, as a government-funded research institute for science and technology under a special law with government funding. This is the first time in history a national university to make the... Read More
Dr. Mooyoung Jung begins term as UNIST's 3rd president.
UNIST begins a new era of leadership as Dr. Mooyoung Jung, the 3rd president of UNIST, starts his term as of today, Monday, September 28th, 2015. This comes as a result of his appointment by the institute’s Board of Directors. Dr. Jun... Read More
UNIST has risen to 16th position in the QS World University Rankings 2015-16
Established in 2009, UNIST has grown to become a world-class university, with a rapidly growing reputation for its research quality and impact across a wide range of discipline fields. According to a recent report based on Scopus data and S... Read More
A warm tribute paid to the memory of the late Prof. Yoon Kyung Do.
Following the sudden passing of Dr. Yoon Kyung Do in the School of Nano-Bioscience and Chemical Engineering, the DC-based Immune System & Immunotheraphy (DISNI) Lab has received many messages of sorrow and support from across the UNIST... Read More
UNIST sets new records for admissions in 2015.
Reaching well above our quota of 366, with a competition rate of 9.38 to 1.
UNIST Admissions today announced that they received a record number of applications for admission to the Class of 2020. When the early admission for 2015 ended on Tuesday, September 15th, records showed that we reached well above our quota... Read More
The 4th UNIST Big Data Analysis Competition was held in August, 2015.
Programs including Process Mining, Analysis Tool Education, Team Projects, etc were offered.
The 4th UNIST Big Data Analysis Competition was held from August 20-21, 2015, targeting national undergraduate students. Around 200 undergraduate students from 52 different colleges applied and 32 students were selected and achieved the opp... Read More
Government invests in South Korea's auto sector.
3D printed auto parts could soon be used in cars by 2020, UNIST researcher says.
Additive manufacturing, better known as 3D printing certainly has its place in the automotive industry. A recent study finds 3D printing of automotive parts could not only save millions of dollars in the product development process, but it... Read More
UNISTra Opening Reception on Tuesday, Sept. 8th, 2015.
On September, 8, 2015, a crowd of enthusiastic faculty, students, employees, and members of the community assembled to celebrate the official launching and ribbon cutting ceremony for the UNIST Symphony Orchestra (UNISTra). The UNIST Sympho... Read More
Prof. Kyung Rok Kim's team wins poster award at IEEE NANO 2015
A team of researchers at UNIST, led by Prof. Kyung Rok Kim (School of Electrical and Computer Engineering) has pioneered in developing a new class of semiconductor device that is faster and more energy efficient. According to the team, this... Read More