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Jun 24, 2021 Frequently Asked Questions about SNU Rapid COVID-19 test What is the SNU rapid COVID-19 test? It is an SNU-led initiative to facilitate a more effective response to the spread of the coronavirus. Without outsourcing, the university has developed a point-of-care testing system that starts analyzing results within two hours after taking samples from patients. Jun 24, 2021 A Summer Online at SNU For undergraduate and graduate students studying outside of Korea, the SNU International Summer Program (ISP) is an enticing opportunity for academic exploration at one of Asia’s leading universities, while offering a chance for SNU students to engage with their peers from around the world. Jun 21, 2021 SNU Global Social Responsibility Group receives letter of appreciation from the Foreign Office of Bi... The Seoul National University Global Social Responsibility Group (SNUSR) has been volunteering in Vietnamese province Binh Dinh since 2015. It is the group’s representative overseas project, with more than 500 volunteers having participated in the summer and winter trips to Binh Dinh thus far Jun 18, 2021 Student-Designed Majors to Count as Double Majors Starting next spring, students pursuing student-designed majors will qualify for the same dual degree as students enrolled in double majors, while information on the program will become more easily accessible. Jun 18, 2021 [Ep1] When will the COVID-19 pandemic end? SNU has started a new original youtube content 'SNU Catch' which will captivate people with fascinating research stories. The first episode is about how we should deal with Covid-19. Jun 08, 2021 Interview with Professor Jaemin Lee, Recipient of the 2020 Excellence in Research Award Professor Jaemin Lee (School of Law) is an internationally-recognized legal scholar specializing in the field of international law. He is an active member of international bodies such as the UNCITRAL Working Groups and the Panel of Experts under the WTO Agreement on Subsidies and Countervailing Measures. May 27, 2021 Can We Open the Era of Battery-less Wearable Devices? Thomas Seebeck, born in a rich German merchant’s family in 1770, graduated a medical school and opened a hospital according to the family’s wish, but he was not satisfied with his life as a physician. Wanting to be a scientist, particularly a physicist, he spent his free time doing various experiments as an amateur physicist. May 27, 2021 Dreaming a Space for All Where Social Values Are Realized Public architecture refers to the social infrastructure utilized by many people, including the public offices, schools, hospitals and libraries that are commonly found around us. Although providing public services and being closely connected to our daily life, public architecture has uniform appearances and plays the minimum roles. May 27, 2021 Equal Urban Development Realized by Social Innovation Professor Kyung-min Kim, who received the Ph. D degree in urban planning and real estate studies in Harvard University, early noticed the roles of social enterprises in cities and the potentials of shared spaces. May 27, 2021 Somewhere between Imagination and Reality - A Tale of Two Universes Space Sweepers was planned by taking a very simple opportunity. About 10 years ago, I was talking with one of my acquaintances about space debris. I learned that the components from the space vehicles that we humans launch, disabled satellites or other various fragments are causing big problems. May 26, 2021 Interview with Professor Jaeyong Song, Recipient of the 2020 Excellence in Research Award Professor Jaeyong Song (Graduate School of Business) was one of the ten recipients of the 2020 Excellence in Research Award. He is a renowned scholar in the field of international business and strategy. May 14, 2021 SNU Launches ‘Ombudsperson’ Service SNU has initiated the ‘Ombudsperson’ service to address various difficulties members of the campus community face in working with each other.