The transparent heater that we can attach it on the skin is developed.
Nano Letters introduced UNIST research outcome of transparent electrodes on December 15, 2015.
The transparent heater that people can attach it on their hands or the clothes is developed at UNIST. This research was introduced on the online version of Nano Letters on December 15, 2015. Prof. Jang-Ung Park and Prof. Ju-Young Kim’s join... 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
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
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
UNIST joint team discovered the way to make a good battery.
The electric conductivities of electrocatalysts should be more seriously considered to obtain higher energy.
The joint research team of UNIST including Prof. Hyun-Kon Song, Prof. Guntae Kim, and Prof. Sang Kyu Kwak (School of Energy and Chemical Engineering) has been introduced on the current issue of Angewandte Chemie International Edition. This... Read More
Another possibility to make a new type of memory device is discovered.
Prof. Jun Hee Lee found a theory of how multiferroic BiFeO₃ operates at room temperature.
Prof. Jun Hee Lee (School of Energy and Chemical Engineering) found a fundamental theory of how multiferroic BiFeO₃ operates at room temperature. His study was introduced on Physical Review Letters on November 13, 2015. Multiferroic is the... Read More
An early and cost-effective method for diagnosing Alzheimer's disease.
Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is one of the most well-known and common form of dementia. It is also a progressive, degenerative brain disease whose cause is not fully understood, however, amyloid-β (Aβ) peptides, metal ions and reactive ox... Read More
UNIST will lead next generation nonvolatile memory device research.
The research team of UNIST and KAIST discovered the operation principle of 'Graphene Memory Device'.
The operation principle of ‘Graphene Memory Device’ is discovered by the joint research team including Prof. Hu Young Jeong (UNIST Central Research Facility), Prof. Jeong Yong Lee (Department of Materials Science and Engineering, KAIST) and... Read More
New materials, designed to mimic the sensing capabilities of human fingertips.
Taking a big step towards adding a sense of touch to prosthetic limbs and other medical devices.
Researchers have long been interested in the technology of artificial skins. Although previous studies have introduced an assortment of electronic skin (e-skin) elements, none of them were able to detect both pressure and heat with a high d... Read More