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Improved remote detection of hazardous radioactive substances

14-Jun-2017

A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has introduced a method for the remote detection of hazardous radioactive substances. With the help of this newly-developed detection device, the detection of various types of radioactive materials can be done from a remote distance. In their study Professor ...

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Engineering transformer-like carbon nanostructure

12-Jun-2017

A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has engineered a new type of carbon nanomaterials, capable of changing shapes and colors depending on the type of solvents used. Such materials have attracted much attention owing to their unique optical properties and structures. In the study, the joint ...

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Fabrication of active-matrix 3-D pressure sensors

07-Apr-2017

A recent study, affiliated with UNIST has created a three-dimensional, tactile sensor that could detect wide pressure ranges from human body weight to a finger touch. This new sensor with transparent features is capable of generating an electrical signal based on the sensed touch actions, also, ...

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Identification of molecular origins underlying the interfacial slip

21-Mar-2017

A team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has discovered the fundamental principles of handling polymers, which constitute the basis of man-made materials, such as plastics, paints, and even consmatics. In this work, Professor Chunggi Baig of Energy and Chemical Engineering and his team ...

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New economic water-splitting catalyst

17-Feb-2017

UNIST scientists have developed an exiting new catalyst that can split water into hydrogen almost as good as platinum, but less costly and found frequently on Earth. As described in the journal Nature Nanotechnology, this ruthenium-based material works almost as efficient as platinum and likely ...

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An oxide semiconductor just single atom thick

10-Feb-2017

A new study, affiliated with UNIST has introduced a novel method for fabrication of world's thinnest oxide semiconductor that is just one atom thick. This may open up new possibilities for thin, transparent, and flexible electronic devices, such as ultra-small sensors. This new ultra-thin oxide ...

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Dream diodes with a graphene interlayer

10-Feb-2017

A team of researchers, affiliated with UNIST has created a new technique that greatly enhances the performance of Schottky Diodes (metal-semiconductor junction) used in electronic devices. Their research findings have attracted considerable attention within the scientific community by solving the ...

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New insights into the forms of metal-organic frameworks

26-Jan-2017

The accurate interpretation of particle sizes and shapes in nanoporus materials is essential to understanding and optimizing the performance of porous materials used in many important existing and potentially new applications. However, only a few experimental techniques have been developed for ...

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Artificial leaf goes more efficient for hydrogen generation

06-Jan-2017

A team of international researchers, affiliated with UNIST has recently engineered a new artificial leaf that can convert sunlight into fuel with groundbreaking efficiency. The research results were achieved by Professor Jae Sung Lee and Professor Ji-Wook Jang of Energy and Chemical Engineering ...

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Thermoelectric material in paintable liquid form

12-Dec-2016

A new study, led by Professor Jae Sung Son of Materials Science and Engineering at UNIST has succeeded in developing a new technique that can be used to turn industrial waste heat into electricity for vehicles and other applications. In their study, the team presented a new type of ...

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