DGIST Identifies Mechanism to Recover Aging of Progeria
- DGIST’s research teams reveal the mechanism to
recover the function of aging cells in HGPS patients using ROCK inhibitor
- Propose a new research
direction for studies on the improvement of aging and aging diseases
Solar Cells, Reborn through Nano Design?
-Special Interview with Professor Chang-Hee Cho and Senior Researcher Seong Ho Baek
DGIST, there are many opportunities to exchange research content. Once a year,
Convergence Research Festivals are held, and on the second and fourth Tuesdays...
Accelerated Chlorophyll Reaction in Microdroplets to
Reveal Secret of Photosynthesis
- The research team of DGIST’s fellow Hong Gil Nam, discovered
the natural control of chlorophyll activity
- New mechanisms to protect photosynthesis organisms and control
its efficiency are expecte...
A Micro Robot Delivering Stem Cells
-Special interview with DGIST Professor Hongsoo Choi and Seong-Woon Yu
"Look at it carefully. If you are a good person, you may see it, " Professor Hong-soo Choi at the Department of Robotics Engineering jokes about his micro robot. It is very hard to ...
DGIST’s Research Team Identifies Mechanisms of Inflammation-induced
DGIST’s research team has experimentally proved the hypothesis that the accumulated chronic inflammation results in the aging of animals.
DGIST announced that a research team led by the chair prof...
Dressing a Metal in Various Color
- Professor Kyung-in Jang developed a technology to coat metal with several nanometers of semiconducting materials.
- This technology can be applied to solar cells, wearable devices, displays, and the like.
DGIST announced that Professor Kyung-in Jang&rs...
Looking for a Perfect Match of Nanomaterial and Human Body
"Nanomaterials" are in their
heyday. Many researchers at home and abroad have conducted nanomaterial
research of graphene, carbon nanotubes, and quantum dot in making electronic
devices or diagnosing as well as treating disease...
When the Brain and Computer Meet, What It Smells Like?
"I first met him because of simple paperwork. However, when I learned
that he rolled up his sleeves for my work, I really wanted to work with someone
like him. Professor Cheil Moon at the Department of Brain and Cognitive
New PCR primer database to combat RNA viral epidemics
A new open access database
compiled by Korean scientists may help to combat RNA virus epidemics such as
MERS and SARS
Korea’s Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of
Science and Technology (DGIST) scientists have compiled a compr...
An Amino Acid Controls Plants’ Breath
DGIST/IBS plant scientists demonstrate that the amino acid L-methionine activates a calcium-channel regulating the opening and closing of plant pores
Plants breath and “sweat” through stomata, microscopic pores found on leaves, stems...
First Graphene Photodetector Operating in the Microwave
-Jung MinKyung develops graphene microwave photodetector
-The photodetector can detect 100,000 times smaller light energy than the existing graphene photodetector
DGIST announced on Thursday, November 10, that a senior researche...
Health Diagnosis through Bio-signal Measuring Electrodes on IoT Devices
- A DGIST Research Team led by Professor Kyung-in Jang developed electrodes that can measure biological signals
- They can diagnose bio-signals such as brain waves, electrocardiograms, eye movements, and muscle activi...