Their findings published in the recent issue of the journal Nature Nanotechnology.
UNIST scientists have developed an exiting new catalyst that can split water into hydrogen almost as good as platinum, but less costly and found frequently on Earth. As described in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, this ruthenium (Ru)-bas... Read More
Prof. Kyung-Tai Min selected for MSIP-supported Leading Researcher Program
Contributing to the nation's economy and the development of new technologies.
A new study, affiliated with UNIST is expected to open a possible new route for treatment of diseases caused by abnormal proteins, as well as neurodegenerative diseases. Professor Kyung-Tai Min of Life Sciences at UNIST has been awarded a s... Read More
The Future of Healthcare Is in Your Smartphones, according to Prof. Woonggyu Jung (School of Life Sciences).
The first cooperative research venture, sponsored by Adic Co., Ltd., called Conecson Co., Ltd. has been officially launched at UNIST on Tuesday, January 19th, 2016. The inauguration ceremony took place in the afternoon and was attended by P... Read More
UNIST, Selected for the "Best of Best Climate Change Response R&D Outputs of 2015".
Building response strategies for climate mitigation and adaptation.
A research project, affiliated with UNIST has been recently recognized for setting a new world-record in solar energy efficiency. This project, led by Dr. Sang-Il Seok (School of Energy and Checmical Engineering), has been ranked third on t... Read More
Prof. Hyeon Suk Shin (School of Natural Science), ranked among the top 1% most cited authors.
The Ministry of Science, ICT, and Future Planning of Korea has recently announced the 2015 recipients of the Knowledge Creation Award. The award, established in 2009, recognizes the nation’s most influential scientific minds whose rec... Read More
Government invests in South Korea's auto sector.
3D printed auto parts could soon be used in cars by 2020, UNIST researcher says.
Additive manufacturing, better known as 3D printing certainly has its place in the automotive industry. A recent study finds 3D printing of automotive parts could not only save millions of dollars in the product development process, but it... Read More
Big Idea Comes to Rescue Forestry Workers
A real-time forest monitoring and alert application, designed by a team of UNIST students has been selected as the Grand Prize winner of the 1st annual “Big Ideas” competition, conducted by the Forestry Promotion Institute (KOFPI). This is... Read More
Taking control of urban issues, using big data
Air pollution is the world’s biggest environmental threat to human health because finding answers to how the extract source of air pollution is interacting in the air and how it is dispersing have been challenging. However, with advan... 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
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