Professor Changduk Yang and Professor Hyesung Park developed all-polymer solar cells that can withstand over 100 bending/unbending cycles.
A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has introduced a new type of organic solar cells with high flexibility that can withstand up to 100 continual bending/unbending cycles. This study demonstrates a simple processing route to potentially p... Read More
Official signboard hanging ceremony to commemorate the new smart sensor center
On October 23, UNIST held a signboard hanging ceremony of the Center for Smart Sensor Systems (CSSS) to commemorate the establishment of a state-of-the-art research and incubation facility, focused on the next generation of universal smart... 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
Wireless smart sensors to help spur the next revolution in health care
In recent years, flexible sensor has attracted much of the attention in the tech industry over the past years. Transparent electrodes, for instance, have been widely used in things like touch screens, flat-screen TVs, solar cells, and light... Read More