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15 Colleges,
1 Graduate School and
11 Professional Graduate Schools

1,558 Professors,
406 Associate Professors and
3,569 other professors

27,784 Enrolled Students,
342 International Exchange Students
and 3,252 other students

5,118,423 Books,
262,369 Periodicals & Newspapers
and
229,931 Non-book Materials

27Colleges &
Schools

5,533Faculty

31,378Students

5,610,723Library Holdings

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Permselective metal–organic framework gel membrane enables long-life cycling of rechargeable organic batteries
Permselective metal–organic framework gel membrane enables long-life cycling of rechargeable organic batteries

Here we report on the use of a metal–organic framework (MOF) gel membrane as a separator for organic batteries.

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  • Interview with Professor Jong-Hag Choi, Recipient of the 2020 Excellence in Teaching Award

    Interview with Professor Jong-Hag Choi, Recipient of the 2020 Excellence in Teaching Award

    Professor Jong-Hag Choi (Department of Business Administration) who specializes in accounting inform...

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  • Interview with Professor Hasoon Shin, Recipient of the 2020 Excellence in Teaching Award

    Interview with Professor Hasoon Shin, Recipient of the 2020 Excellence in Teaching Award

    Professor Hasoon Shin (Department of Oriental Painting, College of Fine Arts) was one of ten recipie...

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  • Interview with Professor Nongmoon Hwang, Recipient of the 2020 Excellence in Teaching Award

    Interview with Professor Nongmoon Hwang, Recipient of the 2020 Excellence in Teaching Award

    Professor Nongmoon Hwang (Department of Materials Science and Engineering) was one of ten recipients...

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  • Interview with Professor Cheol-Hwan Park, recipient of the 2020 Excellence in Teaching Award

    Interview with Professor Cheol-Hwan Park, recipient of the 2020 Excellence in Teaching Award

    Professor Cheol-Hwan Park (Department of Physics & Astronomy), back-to-back recipient of the College...

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  • Fingerprint ridges allow primates to regulate grip

    Fingerprint ridges allow primates to regulate grip

    Here, we found that fingerprints were at the origin of a moisture-regulating mechanism.

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  • The Royal Society celebrates Professor Sang-Mook Lee for a scientist with disability.

    The Royal Society celebrates Professor Sang-Mook Lee for a scientist with disability.

    To mark the International Day of People with Disabilities, we’re highlighting a selection of their s...

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  • Data driven Strategies for COVID-19

    Data driven Strategies for COVID-19

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  • SNU Hosts “COVID-19 Vaccines: Where Are We?” Online Seminar

    SNU Hosts “COVID-19 Vaccines: Where Are We?” Online Seminar

    On September 18, the SNU College of Medicine COVID-19 Science Committee hosted, under the leadership...

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  • COVID-19 Spreading under K-quarantine Measure: Network approach

    COVID-19 Spreading under K-quarantine Measure: Network approach

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  • COVID-19 Quarantine Measures: Balancing Politics & Science

    COVID-19 Quarantine Measures: Balancing Politics & Science

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  • A system-level approach identifies HIF-2α as a critical regulator of chondrosarcoma progression

    A system-level approach identifies HIF-2α as a critical regulator of chondrosarcoma progression

    Chondrosarcomas, malignant cartilaginous neoplasms, are capable of transitioning to highly aggressiv...

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  • Hallyu after BTS - Studying Pop Culture in a Digitally Globalized World

    Hallyu after BTS - Studying Pop Culture in a Digitally Globalized World

    The Cultural Studies Lab is keenly observing new cultural forms that emerge in Korean digital cultur...

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