A research team led by Professor Yong-Hoon Kim has investigated the characteristics of the atomic and electronic structures of low-tech carbon nanomaterial interfaces for the development of high-quality carbon fiber.
A Transgenerational Cooperation Laboratory (TCL) that aims to foster continuous and complementary research between researchers of different generations through collaborative efforts opened on April 26.
Professor José Feijó and his team from the University of Maryland recently discovered that plant cells use proteins, known as glutamate receptor-like proteins (GLRs), to transmit signals to one another, just like animal cells.
Professor Eunjoon Kim of the Department of Biological Sciences and Professor Ho Min Kim from the Graduate School of Medical Science and Engineering have become laureates of the 11th Asan Award in Medicine.
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.
The planning of this year’s KAIST Art and Music Festival was interrupted by a controversy regarding the casting of THORNAPPLE — an indie rock band that has been caught up in a heated controversy regarding comments made by the vocalist Sung Hyun Yoon.