Advanced Materials publishes a special issue, highlighting some of the outstanding works of UNIST.
An international scientific journal that covers a broad spectrum of materials science research has published a special issue, highlighting some of the outstanding works of UNIST. Published on May 17, this special issue presents examples of... Read More
Their findings have been published in Science.
Diamonds is the strongest naturally occurring material on Earth. It is also renowned for its incomparable properties, such as high stiffness, exceptional thermal conductivity, high chemical resistance, and high optical transparency. Althoug... Read More
Professors Jin Young Kim, Jaephil Cho, and Rodney S. Ruoff ranked in the top 1% in their felds globally.
Annual list is based on number of citations for papers published between 2005 and 2015.
Three UNIST researchers have distinguished themselves with inclusion in the 2017 list of Highly Cited Researchers, a yearly distinction released by Clarivate Analytics that was formerly part of Thomson Reuters. The latest Highly Cited Resea... Read More
Starting fusion medical engineering research together with College of Medicine of Kosin University.
The Department of New Materials Engineering at UNIST started fusion medical engineering research together with College of Medicine of Kosin University. The official MOU Signing Ceremony between UNIST and the College of Medicine of Kosin Uni... Read More
UNIST researchers, making Nature magazine with nanotech breakthrough
The formation of cracks is thought of as an unavoidable, unpleasant phenomenon because people believe that it is impossible to prevent cracking from all various forces. In recent years, scientists have demonstrated the ways to control fract... Read More
[WHY UNIST] Distinguished Prof. Christopher W. Bielawski, School of Natural Science
“What really attracted me to UNIST was the world-class intellectual environment,” says Dr. Christopher W. Bielawski who is a Distinguished Professor of Natural Science and the Coordinator for the Department of Chemistry at UNIST... Read More
“If you fail, it is not the end of the world. If you fail, you simply need to start again.”
Today’s success-driven society has imposed on us the expectation that failure is a source of shame and an unacceptable outcome to any situation. However, the 2011 Nobel laureate in Chemistry, Professor Dan Shechtman believes that success al... Read More