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
Providing unique insights into the mechanisms of many neurologic disorders.
An international team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has pinpointed one common molecular mechanism that may protect people with Down syndrome and other intellectual disabilities. This breakthrough research has been led by Prof. Kyung... Read More
Bezle-less foldable electronics, developed by Prof. Jang-Ung Park and Prof. Ju-Young Kim.
New display technology that visually eliminates the display bezel.
Foldable electronics has emerged as a key technology for realizing next-generation portable displays and wearable electronics. Although extensive efforts have been devoted towards realizing foldable electronics, it has been difficult to ove... Read More
Contributing to the future biomedical research and new drug development.
A new study by an international team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has announced that they have succeeded for the first time in observing the structural changes in carbonic anhydrase. The breakthrough comes from a research, conducte... Read More
Opening the door to ultracompact devices exploiting functional fluids.
Appearing in the online version Scientific Reports
As digital data usage has soared in recent years, energy efficiency has become a critical factor for large-scale data processing systems. Therefore, footprint of devices becomes even more critical for applications with limited physical spac... Read More
Discovering DNA molecules directly interact with one another based on sequence.
Appearing in the recent edition of Nature Communications.
The prevailing hypothesis has suggested that the functions of DNA, such as the way the DNA is organized, largely depend on its interactions with protein molecules. However, a new study, affiliated with UNIST finds that DNA molecules directl... Read More
Matter waves are identical in character with light, thanks to quantum reflection.
A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has reported on the observation of a text-book quantum effect and revealed quantum particles behave like waves rather than single, defined points. This study has been conducted a UNIST Professor Bum Suk... Read More
"Groundbreaking" research by Prof. Bartosz Grzybowski (School of Natural Science).
Nanoparticle Diodes and Devices That Work When Wet.
A new study by an international team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has found a new way to produce electronic devices, such as diodes, logic gates, and sensors without the need of semiconductors. In their study, published in the curr... Read More