On June 11, Man-Sung Yim, Associate Vice President of International Office in KAIST, emailed international students currently staying in their home countries. The email recommended the students not to return to Korea for the upcoming fall semester, explaining that it is highly likely that classes wi
A post on Ara and KaDaeJeon has revealed an ongoing lawsuit regarding the ramyeon vending machines located around the campus. It explained the refusal of the vending machine provider to take responsibility for repairing its products, which were found to be illegal and unsafe.Since August 2018, KAIST
On November 15, the KAIST Graduate School of AI (GSAI) held a joint information session in Seoul with other Graduate Schools of AI to explain each school’s vision, ambition, and the type of students they are looking for. During the event, KAIST GSAI unveiled its ambition to expand the program into a
The Emergency Response Committee (ERC) has been in action for two and a half semesters, and finally the time has come for the 33rd KAIST UA general election. Scheduled for December 4 and 5, the vote — if successful — will see the end of the ERC and a fresh start of student-elected UA leadership. Cur
The KAIST Coin Karaoke has released the spring semester survey results regarding the operation and maintenance of the KAIST Coin Karaoke. The survey collected opinions from a total of 125 students and revealed the public opinion on the effectiveness of the new features and further improvements to be
The School of Humanities and Social Sciences has launched a new “innovative education project” named the Da Vinci Point project, which aims to encourage and reward partaking in art-specific activities for all undergraduate students. The mission of the program is to create opportunities for “art-rela
On October 4, KAIST and Seongnam city in Gyeonggi Province reached an agreement to further their efforts to nurture AI researchers in the city. The deal furthers AI-focused collaboration between KAIST and Seongnam.The deal consists of the establishment of an “AI Graduate School Seongnam Research Cen
For the 17th KAIST-POSTECH Science War (Kapo-Jeon), KAIST ended the match with a score of 2:5. The event was hosted by KAIST this year and lasted from September 20 to 21. It included seven competing categories over the course of two days, in the order of Hacking, Soccer, AI, E-sports, Baseball, Scie
A research group led by Professor Byong-hun Jeon at Hanyang University has shown that anaerobic co-digestion of fat, oil, and grease (FOG) is an effective and economical technique, with better biomethanation yield in wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs), than anaerobic digestion.
An inflatable pill can be used to monitor infections, cancers, or ulcer, said researchers from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT). The pill, inspired by puffer fish, is designed to inflate to 100 times its size.