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A sustained high-temperature fusion plasma regime facilitated by fast ions
Prof. Yong-Su Na
Nuclear fusion is one of the most attractive alternatives to carbon-dependent energy sources1. Harnessing energy from nuclear fusion in a large reactor scale, however, still presents many scientific challenges despite the many years of research and steady advances in magnetic confinement approaches.
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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.
Graphene Oxide-Supported Microwell Grids for Preparing Cryo-EM Samples with Controlled Ice Thickness
Prof. Park, Jungwon, Prof. Roh, Soung-Hun
The joint research team of Professor Park, Jungwon and Professor Roh, Soung-Hun announced that they developed a graphene based device that is able to directly observe viruses and proteins through cryo-electron microscopy (cryo-EM).
A reversible switching between octopus tentacle and articular structure
Prof. Ko, Seung Hwan
In this paper, a strategy that manipulates micro-water of hydrogel in reversible, selective, and on-demand manner is reported. It realizes instant switching between a transparent and homogeneously soft gel and an opaque and heterogeneously rigid solid with a monolithic mechanical gradient.
Relief of excited-state antiaromaticity enables the smallest red emitter
Prof. Dongwhan Lee
The research team of Professor Lee, Dongwhan of the department of Chemistry announced that they have invented the smallest red emitter ever known.
Dynamic tracking and identification of tissue-specific secretory proteins in the circulation of live...
Prof. Rhee, Hyun-Woo, Prof. Kim, Jong-Seo
The joint research team of Professor Rhee, Hyun-Woo in the department of Chemistry and Professor Kim, Jong-Seo in the department of Biological Sciences announced that they discovered the technology for tracking and identifying tissue-specific secretory proteins.
NTRK- and RET-fusion-directed therapy in pediatric thyroid cancer yields a tumor response and radioi...
Prof. Jong-Il Kim
At the time of diagnosis, pediatric thyroid cancer(PTC) is more associated with lymph node and lung metastasis compared to adult thyroid cancer. As for the response to the radioiodine treatment after the surgery, however, PTC shows fairly satisfactory results.
Body-powered variable impedance: An approach to augmenting humans with a passive device by reshaping...
Prof. Keewon Kim, Jooeun Ahn, Kyu-Jin Cho
Professor Kyu-Jin Cho, professor Jooeun Ahn, Keewon Kim conducted a cooprative study which succeeded in developing a non-electric exosuit with variable impedence that guides the wearer to a squat-lifting position which poses lower risk of injury.
Synthetic biosensor accelerates evolution by rewiring carbon metabolism toward a specific metabolite
Prof. Sang Woo Seo
Professor Seo, Sang Woo in the School of Chemical and Biological Engineering's joint reasearch developed an original optimization technology for high value-added carbon neutral biochemical product manufacturing biofactory.
Biomimetic chameleon soft robot with artificial crypsis and disruptive coloration skin
Prof. Seung Hwan Ko
Professor Ko, Seung Hwan's research team in the Department of Mechanical Engineering has developed an artificial chameleon skin that can be concealed in various environments based on temperature-sensitized liquid crystal ink and silver nanowire heaters.
Synaptic correlates of associative fear memory in the lateral amygdala
Prof. Bong-Kiun Kaang
Professor Kaang, Bong-Kiun's research team revealed the physical changes in neurons caused by erasure of memory, using a technology called 'Dual eGRASP' that enables the distinction of synapses in which memories are stored.
Polycrystalline SnSe with a thermoelectric figure of merit greater than the single crystal
Prof. In Chung
Professor Chung, In's team of the School of Chemical and Biological Engineering announced that they have succeeded in developing a new thermoelectric material that shows the world's highest power generating efficiency even without containing expensive elements.
Contributions of economic growth, terrestrial sinks, and atmospheric transport to the increasing atm...
Prof. Sujong Jeong
Professor Su-Jong JEONG's team of the Graduate School of Environmental Studies investigated the cause behind the rise in greenhouse gas CO2 in the Korean Peninsula(South Korea and North Korea), which is rising much more rapidly than the global level.