KIKS was established through the combination of the Kyujanggak Archives and the Institute of Korean Studies. Through the preservation, organization, and examination of the materials at the Kyujanggak, the Institute focuses on the research of Korean history and culture.
The IUS aims to develop comprehensive unification studies of two Koreas, and it pursues to promote the multidisciplinary unification studies by calling for integration and coordination not only at the economic and political level but also at the broader level of humanity.
Bio-MAX creates fertile ground for discovery, invention, education and therapeutics through interdisciplinary research in BT.
AIEES is involving in policy making for sustainable development, talent training and technology advancement, while leading collaborated endeavors among government, universities, institutes, local community and private sector as well.
The Greenbio Research Complex is a huge research facilities built in Pyeongchang-gun to mainly conduct biotechnology research. The complex was completed in 2010 and trying to secure A-list research staff in the field of bioengineering and to become one of the leading research bodies.