Their findings have been published in Nature Biomedical Engineering on May 19, 2020.
A fidget spinner inspired microfluidic chip can diagnose infectious diseases at the time and place of patient care.
About 60% of women will experience urinary tract infection (UTI) at least once in their lifetime. With antibiotic-resistant organisms increasing, UTI is likely to bring more of the health and economic burden. To turn things around, point of... Read More
Etv2-and Fli1-Induced Vascular Progenitor Cells Enhance Functional Recovery in Ischemic Vascular Disease Model
Their findings have been published in Arteriosclerosis, Thrombosis, and Vascular Biology (ATVB) on March 25, 2020.
Revolutionary vascular progenitor cells (VPCs) for the treatment of ischemic vascular diseases has been discovered. This has been generated by direct lineage conversion, which is less likely to cause cancer during large-scale cell culture,... Read More
Professor Hyug Moo Kwon (School of Life Sciences, UNIST) has published a review paper at 'Nature Review Nephrology'.
“This paper summarizes the nine years of my research that has been underway since joining UNIST. It starts with a study on the role of TonEBP* protein and clarifies its connection with metabolic diseases. We hope these achievements wi... Read More
The work by Distinguished Professor François Amblard's team has been published in Nature Communications.
An international team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST, has unveiled a new concept of super-resolved detection and imaging, applicable to microscopy, RADAR,LIDAR, and more. This breakthrough has been led by Distinguished Professor Fran... Read More
The 2019 U-Finder Day Season 2 was held af 2F Auditorium of Main Admin. Bldg. of UNIST on December 13, 2019.
Startup companies based off scientific research results carried out from universiti laboratories are challenging themselves to overcome the limitations of existing industries. Entrepreneurs equipped with cutting-edge technologies such as bi... Read More
Their findings have been published in eLife on July 17, 2019.
Caffeine is a naturally occurring substance, found in more than just coffee. It can be found in tea, sodas, chocolate, and even some medications. Excessive caffeine consumption, however, may have a negative impact on the quality of your sle... Read More
The academic journal Lab on a Chip has selected Professor Joo Hun Kang as an Emerging Investigator in 2019.
Their work is also part of the themed collections: 'Lab on a Chip Recent HOT Articles' and 'Lab on a Chip Emerging Investigators'.
Professor Joo Hun Kang in the School of Life Science at UNIST has been named an Emerging Investigator 2019 by the journal Lab on a Chip, published by the Royal Society of Chemistry. Established in 2014, the purpose of this international awa... Read More
Their findings have been published in Nature Communications June 3, 2019.
DNA replication is essential for living organisms to faithfully deliver genetic information from parental cells to daughter cells. Many proteins are assembled on the parental DNA to work as replication machineries. Among them, the prolifera... Read More
UNIST has been included in the list of Samsung's 2019 first half future technology fostering projects, released on April 10.
Five UNIST research teams have been selected for this year’s Samsung Research Funding Program for Future Technologies. The selected projects will be supported through a research funding of 61.7 billion won for the next three to five years.... Read More