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Three-dimensional foldable quantum dot light-emitting diodes
Joint research team of Prof. Taeghwan Hyeon and Prof. Dae-Hyeong Kim
The joint research team of Professor Dae-Hyeong Kim and Endowed Chair Professor Taeghwan Hyeon in the School of Chemical and Biological Engineering announced that they have succeeded in developing three dimensional foldable QLED (Quantum Dot Light-emitting Diodes) which can be freely folded like paper.
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Ice front retreat reconfigures meltwater-driven gyres modulating ocean heat delivery to an Antarctic...
Prof. SungHyun Nam
Pine Island Ice Shelf (PIIS) buttresses the Pine Island Glacier, the key contributor to sea-level rise. PIIS has thinned owing to ocean-driven melting, and its calving front has retreated, leading to buttressing loss.
Multiferroic enabled magnetic-exciton in 2D qunatum entangled van der Waals antiferromagnet NiI2
Prof. Je-Geun Park
Matter-light interaction is at the center of diverse research fields from quantum optics to condensed matter physics, opening new fields like laser physics. A magnetic exciton is one such rare example found in magnetic insulators.
Genome structure and diversity among Cynanchum wilfordii accessions
Prof. Tae-Jin Yang
Cynanchum wilfordii (Cw) and Cynanchum auriculatum (Ca) have long been used in traditional medicine and as functional food in Korea and China, respectively.
Light-Triggered In Situ Biosynthesis of Artificial Melanin for Skin Protection
Prof. Byung-Gee Kim
Tyrosinase-mediated melanin synthesis is an essential biological process that can protect skin from UV radiation and radical species. This work reports on in situ biosynthesis of artificial melanin in native skin using photoactivatable tyrosinase (PaTy).
The Discovery of Genetic Factors Surrounding the Physiological Disorder of Root Plants
Prof. Ji-Young Lee
The research team of Professor Lee, Ji-Young in the Department of Biological Sciences announced that they have found that the pithiness in radish taproots is facilitated by NAC013, which is a transcription factor activated in environments that cause the increase of reactive oxygen.
The First Implementation of Floquet Engineering in Magnetic Materials
Prof. Je-Geun Park
The joint research team of Professor Park, Je-Geun in the Department of Physics & Astronomy announced that they have succeeded in implementing the Floquet engineering technology in the magnetic van der Waals material MnPS3.
The Technology that Remotely Detects Objects with Eyes Closed
Prof. Jeong-yun Sun & Prof. Ho-young Kim
The research team of Professor Jeong-Yun Sun and Professor Ho-Young Kim in the College of Engineering announced that they have developed the technology that remotely detects the location and motions of objects nearby by mimicking ray’s ability to detect electric field.
NIRVP: A robust structural proxy for sun-induced chlorophyll fluorescence and photosynthesis across ...
Prof. Youngryel Ryu
Professor Youngryel Ryu of the Department of Landscape Architecture and Rural Systems Engineering developed a technology that conveniently and accurately detects photosyntheis on ground by using remote sensing.
Transparent Air Filters with Active Thermal Sterilization
Prof. Seung Hwan Ko
Professor Seung Hwan Ko's research team in the Department of Mechanical Engineering announced that they developed a "transparent copper nanowire" which collects and sterilizes fine dust and pathogens.
Deep reinforcement learning-designed radiofrequency waveform in MRI
Prof. Jongho Lee
Professor Jongho Lee's research team in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering announced that they developed a technology that enables artificial intelligence to design the electromagnetic waves used in MRI by itself.
CTRP3 exacerbates tendinopathy by dysregulating tendon stem cell differentiation and altering extrac...
Prof. Jinhong Kim
Professor Jinhong Kim's research team in the Department of Biological Sciences presented a new treatment for rotator cuff syndrome, a rupture of the tendon surrounding the shoulder, which is a main cause of shoulder pain.
Host immunomodulatory lipids created by symbionts from dietary amino acids
Prof. Seung Bum Park
Professor Seungbeom Park's research team in the Department of Chemistry found out and analyzed the action mechanism of BfaGC, a immunoregulatory factor made by the Bacteroides fragilis which is a species of symbiotic microorganism found in the human intestines.