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
UNIST students win 3 gold awards and 2 special awards at 24th Samsung Humantech Paper Awards.
Fifteen UNIST students have been recognized for their excellence in academic and research work at the 24th Annual International Samsung Human-Tech Paper Awards, held on February 8, 2018. Established in 1994, this competition recognizes an e... Read More
Their work has been published in the January 2018 issue of Science Advances.
A new biosensing contact lens that detects glucose levels in tears.
A team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has recently introduced a new biosensing contact lens capable of detecting glucose levels in patients with diabetes. This breakthrough has been jointly conducted by Professor Jang-Ung Park in the... Read More
UNIST has been included in the list of Samsung's 2017 first half future technology fostering projects, released on September 28.
Three 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 up to 2 billion won for the next three to five yea... Read More
Their findings appeared in the May 26th issue of the prestigious journal, Science Advances.
A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has developed a new type of polymer that will greatly advance the existing energy-harvesting technology that generates energy from wind, vibration, sound, and human-walking. This breakthrough research h... Read More
The work by Professor Jang-Ung Park has been published in the recent issue of Nature Communications.
His research team developed a transistor-type active-matrix pressure sensor using foldable substrate and air-dielectric layer.
A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has created a three-dimensional, tactile sensor that could detect wide pressure ranges from human body weight to a finger touch. This new sensor with transparent features is capable of generating an ele... Read More
Prof. Jeong Min Baik's team presents a new paradigm for scavenging large-scale energy.
Developing a new power generating device via the principles of lightning strikes.
A single bolt of lightning produces a relatively large amount of energy in a short period of time. An international team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has recently developed a new type of power generating device through the principl... Read More