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A needed boost for anti-tumor immunotherapy A needed boost for anti-tumor immunotherapy A team of Korean researchers have developed a treatment for solid tumors to overcome the immunosuppressive mechanisms that limit T cell immunotherapies. Sep 10, 2021
SNU prof. named as first Asian top editor of prestigious AI journal SNU prof. named as first Asian top editor of prestigious AI journal Lee Kyoung-mu, professor at the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Seoul National University, has become the first Asian Editor-in-Chief of the IEEE Transactions on Pattern Analysis and Machine Intelligence (TPAMI), one of the most reputable peer-reviewed journals in artificial intelligence, in the journal’s history of 42 years. Aug 25, 2021
SNU wins research grant from US National Institutes of Health SNU wins research grant from US National Institutes of Health Seoul National University College of Medicine Alzheimer's disease research team has received a large-scale research grant of about 13 billion won ($11.2 million) from the U.S. National Institute of Health (NIH). Aug 19, 2021
High BMI Variability, Adverse Outcomes Linked in Predialysis CKD High BMI Variability, Adverse Outcomes Linked in Predialysis CKD For predialysis chronic kidney disease (CKD) patients, those with high body mass index (BMI) variability have an increased risk for adverse outcomes, including mortality, according to a study published online Aug. 12 in the Journal of the American Society of Nephrology. Sehoon Park, M.D., from the Seoul National University College of Medicine in South Korea, and colleagues conducted a retrospective observational study based on the national health screening database of South Korea. Aug 13, 2021
miRNA shows higher delivery efficiency to chondrocytes for treating osteoarthritis miRNA shows higher delivery efficiency to chondrocytes for treating osteoarthritis A research team at Seoul National University said ribonucleic acid therapy (RNA) showed higher delivery efficiency to chondrocytes in cartilage compared to conventional antisense oligonucleotide in treating osteoarthritis (OA). Aug 11, 2021
Artificial chameleon skin instantly changes color to match background Artificial chameleon skin instantly changes color to match background A chameleon-like artificial skin can sense its local background and instantly change color in complex patterns to match and blend in (Nat. Commun. 2021, DOI: 10.1038/s41467-021-24916-w). While others have made active camouflage systems before, the new technology is simple and cost-effective for large areas, says its developer Seung Hwan Ko, a mechanical engineer at Seoul National University. Aug 10, 2021
AI helps triage tuberculosis patients on chest x-ray AI helps triage tuberculosis patients on chest x-ray An artificial intelligence (AI) model can accurately distinguish between active and healed tuberculosis on chest x-rays, according to a study published August 3 in Radiology. A team led by Dr. Soon Ho Yoon, PhD, of Seoul National University College of Medicine trained a deep-learning algorithm on thousands of x-rays from patients with active and healed tuberculosis and found the model accurately differentiated between the two. Aug 05, 2021
Finest Thermoelectric Material Made of Less Toxic, Affordable Elements Finest Thermoelectric Material Made of Less Toxic, Affordable Elements At the Seoul National University, a research group under the guidance of Professor In Chung has reported the development of the latest record-breaking thermoelectric material made of affordable and less-toxic elements. Aug 04, 2021
Study: Mud Flats Absorb 260,000 Tons of Carbon Dioxide Annually Study: Mud Flats Absorb 260,000 Tons of Carbon Dioxide Annually A study has found that South Korea's mud flats, or "getbol," absorb carbon dioxide equivalent to emissions from 110-thousand vehicles each year. Jul 06, 2021
Sleeping longer hours correlates with IQ: study Sleeping longer hours correlates with IQ: study If you are one of those parents making your children sit up late doing homework, you'd better think again. A study revealed that children sleeping longer hours tend to have higher IQs. Jul 01, 2021