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  • July 10, 2006
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Seoul National University (SNU) has decided to bypass the usual hiring procedures in its recruitment of an assistant professor for its Department of Physics and Astronomy (DPA).
  • July 6, 2006
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Prof. Kang Chang-yuil's research team (college of pharmacy) have developed a new way of treating cancer by using immune cells. It succeeded in developing a vaccine technology for cancer which uses B cells.
  • July 5, 2006
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Korea took 12th place for the production of scientific technology theses, as 23,515 theses were published in international scientific journals registered on the Science Citation Index (SCI).
  • July 3, 2006
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As part of the Opening Ceremonies of its 84th General Session &Exhibition, at the Brisbane Convention &Exhibition Centre, the International Association for Dental Research presented prestigious awards and fellowships.
  • June 30, 2006
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The College of Music has decided to employ a German composer and electronic music expert as a professor.
  • June 27, 2006
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The Global MBA program is the flagship program of the SNU Graduate School of Business(, the aim of which is to achieve recognition as one of the most highly ranked MBA programs in the world.
  • June 7, 2006
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The Museum of Art, Seoul National University (MoA) celebrates the opening of the museum building designed by the renowned architect Rem Koolhaas, as well as the inaugural exhibition entitled Invitation to Modern Art.
  • June 1, 2006
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The 47 books, part of ``The Annals of the Choson Dynasty,'' which were taken to Japan 93 years ago, will be returned to Korea from Japan before July 19 at the latest. The books' homecoming was agreed to by Tokyo University.
  • May 24, 2006
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Lee Jong-wook, graduated Medical College in 1976, Director-General of the United Nations World Health Organization, made the fight against HIV/AIDS a hallmark of his tenure and led global preparations for a possible human bird flu pandemic.
  • May 23, 2006
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Now that Hwang's project will no longer be hogging the spotlight, funding will be more equitably allocated to worthy projects. Scientists are talking about setting more stringent ethical guidelines for themselves, standards they see as essential to repairing the damage to their credibility.