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.
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.
In anticipation of the Fourth Industrial Revolution, KAIST and Khalifa University of Science, Technology and Research (KUSTAR) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) on March 25 at Khalifa University.
Foldability is a useful characteristic in robotics for reaching into confined spaces. Origami-like designs, which promise efficient foldability, have previously had the difficulty of maintaining structural stiffness.
Professor Alon Gorodetsky and PhD student Chengyi Xu at the University of California, Irvine (UCI) have created a novel soft material that can provide invisibility from infrared night vision and control temperature loss, inspired by similar properties of squid skin.
Professor Yoonkey Nam’s research team from the Department of Bio and Brain Engineering has developed a technology that uses inkjet printing to create thermo-plasmonic interfaces capable of modulating neuron activity.