Inspiration from the natural world: Boosting flexible electronics
With increased study of bio-adhesives, a significant effort has been made in search for novel adhesives that will combine reversibility, repeated usage, stronger bonds and faster bonding time, non-toxic, and more importantly be effective in... Read More
Prof. Jeong's DHE team named "2016 Spark Spring Concept Competition" finalists
A UNIST design team, led by Prof. Yunwoo Jung (School of Design and Human Engineering) has announced that two of its design concepts, ‘Sea-Cat’ and ‘Tilting Umbrella’ have been selected as finalists in the prestigiou... Read More
Holding substantial promise as a new class of object-tailored power sources.
A new study, led by Prof. Sang-Young Lee (School of Energy and Chemical Enginering) has introduced a new class of solid-state flexible power sources that are fabricated directly on conventional A4 paper using a commercial desktop inkjet pri... Read More
Forecasting of currency exchange rates and multiple time series with AI.
UNIST faculty member has paper accepted by ICML 2016.
A team of researchers, led by Prof. Jaesik Choi in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at UNIST recently had their paper accepted to International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML 2016). Their paper titled “Automatic... Read More
Solving a major DSSC catalyst problem, using Se counter electrode.
A team of Korean scientists, affiliated with UNIST has revealed a potential counter electrode (CE) material, which can help reduce the cost of DSSCs and thereby accelerating the commercialization of DSSC technology. The team−made up of scie... Read More
Breakthrough Inhibition of Colon Tumors in Mice Models.
A new study, led by Prof. Kyungjae Myung (School of Life Sciences), Director of the IBS Center of Genome Integrity has revealed breakthrough inhibition of colon tumors in mice with mismatch repair deficiency. The findings, published in the... Read More
UNIST research team engineers a new synthetic protocol for 2D PANI
The formation of 2D polyaniline (PANI) has attracted considerable interest due to its expected electronic and optoelectronic properties. Although PANI was discovered over 150 years ago, obtaining an atomically well-defined 2D PANI framework... Read More
Innovative packaging concept to provide emotional relief to young children in poor communities
A UNIST design team, led by Prof. James A. Self (School of Design & Human Engineering) has announced that its ‘Toy Box’ design concept has received Notable and Winner design awards in the 2016, New York-based Core77 Design A... Read More
UNIST partners with Power Plaza Co. Ltd. to make greener, lighter electric vehicles.
Engineering ultra-compact foldable electric vehicle for urban mobility in collaboration with Power Plaza Co. Ltd.
UNIST is ready to bring nimble, urban-friendly motoring to South Korea’s crowded city centers with a fleet of its brand new ultra-compact foldable electric vehicle for urban mobility. Besides its absolutely innovative design, this ele... Read More
Understanding disease mechanisms and for developing novel drugs.
For a protein to function appropriately, it must achieve its proper conformation and location within the crowded environment inside the cell. Moreover, information of subcellular locations of proteins is important for in-depth studies of ce... Read More