Their findings have been published in the February 2019 issue of Nano Letters.
The study has been also selected as the Supplementary Cover of the February 2019 issue of Nano Letters.
Lithium (Li) and sodium (Na) metal have attracted great attention as ideal anode materials in high density battery applications owing to their higher theoretical capacities. Many efforts have been made to improve the performance of anodes m... Read More
Their findings have been published in the January 2019 edition of Nano Letters.
A recent study, including researchers with UNIST has presented a new perovskite light-emitting diodes (PeLEDs) with high flexibility. Thanks to their invention, we will soon achieve the industry’s long-standing goal of delivering a fo... Read More
A national merit in recognition signifies important R&D contributions.
Gi Hwan Kim, a doctoral graduate of the School of Energy and Chemical Engineering of UNIST, has been designated as a national merit in recognition of his significant contribution to the 2015 Energy International Joint Research Project. Dr.... Read More
Design breakthrough: Any form of batteries on any objects
On July 15, a team of reseachers at UNIST, led by Prof. Sang-Young Lee have discovered a new class of printable solid-state Lithium-ion batteries (as referred as PRISS Batteries) that can exist on almost any surface. According to the resear... Read More
"These transparent electrodes can be used in numerous applications of wearable electronics.”
‘Electronic skins’ are like temporary tattoos that stick to the skin and record blood pressure, heartbeats, and brain activity as accurately as bulky traditional electrodes. A team of scientists, led by Prof. Jang-Ung Park (School of Materi... Read More