New imaging technique to provide the first atomic-scale images of colloidal nanoparticles.
Nanoparticles are one of the basic building blocks for next generation materials. New research findings announced this week has brought new insight into the structural and mechanical properties of colloidal nanoparticles. A multi-istitution... 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
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
Our brains track moving objects using an algorithm, similar to GPS
The PNAS, one of the world’s most-cited and comprehensive multidisciplinary scientific journals, has recently acknowledged the work of a professor affiliated with UNIST and included his work entitled “Unifying Account of Visual Motion... Read More
Capable of producing ultra-fine 3D patterns, thinner than a red blood cell
3D printing technology has recently attracted significant media attention. However, there seems to be a multitude of problems with current 3D printers, as they have failed to deliver on its promise to revolutionize manufacturing due to the... Read More
UNIST, Embarking on R&D Initiatives to Immersive 5G Near-Zero Latency Network
With 5G networks, expected to be fully rolled out by 2020, many researchers believe that the commercialization of 5G will open a new era of so-called ICTnomics. This new tech will deliver five times faster response speeds and 10 to 100 time... Read More
UNIST professor, publishing in the most prestigious chemistry journal
The Journal of Chemical Reviews, one of the most prestigious journals in the field, has recently acknowledged the work of a professor affiliated with UNIST and included his work entitled “Metal-Free Catalysts for Oxygen Reduction Reac... Read More
Generating electricity during the day and emitting light at night
On May 5, a team of UNIST and Ulsan University researchers announced they have developed perovskite optoelectronic devices that can generate electricity during the day and emit light at night. This study is a collaboration among scientists,... Read More