And just like that, another year has passed. Padded coats and parkas have started to crawl out of closets. Just like how my will to live falls every morning as I walk in the painful cold from the showers back to my room, the fruits of ginkgo trees have started falling, making every sidewalk stink li
In terms of music, last year was a good one. Two songs I will hold onto dearly for years to come, “Freely” by Kwak Jin-eon, and “Bridge” by Baek A, were released within it. When “Bridge” first came out, I couldn’t help but listen to “Freely” right after. The two were reminiscent of each other. The l
I will be honest. I can’t count the number of times that I’ve joked — if you could call it that when, at best, all I got was a chuckle — about Daejeon’s motto being simply “It’s Daejeon”. It is as if that’s all they could say about the city. And, for a long time, that’s truly what I thought as well:
“Do you have trouble sleeping”, asks the robotic voice introducing Epik High’s comeback album sleepless in __________. The newest album by the alternative hip hop group composed of rappers Tablo and Mithra Jin and DJ Tukutz is dedicated to all those insomnious and troubled.
Knowing that the self-created limits on our reporters’ knowledge of multiculturalism and current events on the global scale may be holding us down, this summer, four Herald reporters sought to become better journalists by visiting Hong Kong.
Professor Hee Tak Kim, alongside a research team from the Advanced Battery Center, successfully developed a donut-shaped lithium sulfide anode that can be used to produce a long-lasting, high-energy-density lithium-sulfur battery.
KAIST’s Auto-ID Labs is leading the development of a Global Standards One (GS1) international-standard-based open source Internet of Things (IoT) platform called Oliot, or Open Language of Internet of Things.
Professor Kyung Cheol Choi and PhD candidate Yongmin Jeon of the School of Electrical Engineering successfully developed an OLED wearable light therapy patch alongside Professor Kyoung-Chan Park and researcher Hye-Ryung Choi of the Seoul National University Bundang Hospital.
Professor Hoi-Jun Yoo of the School of Electrical Engineering and his research team developed an artificial intelligence (AI) semiconductor that efficiently employs deep learning by applying variable artificial neural network technology.
Every month, KAIST faculty and students garner a multitude of domestic awards. In the middle of April, it was Professor Duck-Joo Lee of the Department of Aerospace Engineering who was awarded for his contributions to science and technology. In the 32nd 21st Century Award Ceremony, hosted by the 21st Leaders Club and the New Industry Management Academy, Professor Lee received the grand prize in the