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[Science] Korean research team develops world's first foldable battery
Fold a square diagonally in half. Hold the two ends of the square and fold it along the diagonal line. Then fold one end up, and again. You now have a paper crane. However, this paper crane looks a little different. It definitely looks like a paper crane, but in fact the art in front of you is not m
Whowired News Team   2015-10-14
[Science] Korean scientists develop a 쐓melling e-skin detecting tactile and olfactory stimuli
Korean scientists have developed a 쐓melling e-skin which features not only tactile senses but also olfactory senses.The Nano-based Soft Electronics Team under the MSIP셲 Global Frontier project said on Thursday that they have developed an electronic skin (e-skin) using hierarchically engineered el
Whowired News Team   2015-07-16
[Science] KAIST researchers create half-light, half-matter quantum particle in normal temperature
Korean scientists have succeeded in creating a quantum particle which possesses both light and material characteristics in normal temperature using a core–shellInGaN hexagonal wire. That kind of quantum particles has been previously known only to be created in environments under -200 Celsius.
Whowired News Team   2015-07-15
[Science] Korean researchers develop new technology which could increase lifespan of perovskite solar cells
Korean scientists have developed new technology which will potentially increase the lifecycle of perovskite solar cells threefold and also its efficiency over 10%.Professor Kim Jin-young at Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) and Professor Choi Hyosung at Hanyang University sa
Whowired News Team   2015-07-10
[Science] Korean researchers develop technology which could speed up your smartphone by 20 times
Korean researchers have developed a breakthrough technology which could boost the average operation speed of Android smartphones by 20 times and also increase the lifespan of smartphone storages by about 40%. A research team in Computer Science and Engineering at Hanyang University led by Professor
Whowired News Team   2015-07-08
[Science] Korean researchers develop a high-resolution 3D printing technology capable of 0.001mm 3D patterns
Korean scientists have developed a high-resolution printing 3D printing technology which is capable of realizing ultra-fine 3D patterns as small as 0.001렂.A research team at the Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology led by Park Jang-ung said on Tuesday that they have developed a high-re
Whowired News Team   2015-06-23
[Science] ETRI develops a gas sensor which can 쐓mell harmful gases in the air
The Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) said on Tuesday that it has succeeded in developing an ultrasensitive and highly-selective wearable gas sensor which will pave theroad tocreating smart clothes whichwill be able to쐓mell a selective number of gases in the air.A resear
Whowired News Team   2015-06-17
[Science] Korean researchers develop eyeglass-type HMD as well as eMEG sensor
Korean researchers have developed two new virtual reality (VR) devices: an eyeglass-type head-mounted display (HMD) as well as a wearable eMEG sensor.The Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning said on Tuesday that it has partnered with a research team at Korea Institute of Science and Technolo
Whowired News Team   2015-06-16
[Science] KAIST develops 3D gap-plasmon antenna to squeeze photons into a point-like space
A research team at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) has created a three-dimensional (3D) gap-plasmon antenna which is able to squeeze photons into a point-like extremely tiny space.The research team at KAIST led by Professor Kim Myung-ki and Lee Yong-hee said on Monday
Whowired News Team   2015-06-15
[Science] KAIST research team launches a web-service to detect digital image forgeries
A research team at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) said they have launched a web-service to detect manipulation and forgery in digital images. The service, which is the first in its kind in Korea, is available as a test version at the webpage http://forensic.kaist.ac.k
Whowired News Team   2015-06-11
[Science] Korean researchers develops ultra-fine printed electronics technology of 1럾 wide
A team of korean researchers has developed an ultra-fine printed electronics technology of as small as 1 micrometer in width. The Korea Institute of Machinery & Materials (KIMM) said on Wednesday that a special research team for printed electronics led by Professor Lee Taek-min has developed a world
Whowired News Team   2015-06-10
[Science] ICT to build futuristic Smart U-farm
Korea셲 largest futuristic plant factory facility will be built to grow plants that will tapp information technology. The Korea Institute of Science and Technology held a ground-breaking ceremony for smart U-farm at KIST Gangneung branch on June 5. The head of the KIST branch, Oh Sang-rok, said that
Jeansun Kim   2015-06-05
[Science] Cutting edge CCTVs identify faces from 60m
A cutting edge CCTV was first developed in Korea to identify faces of passersby from 60m at night and in rainy weather. KRISS announced on June 2 that it has developed HD picture quality CCTV to capture moving objects from 60m using both the visible light camera and thermal-imaging camera. The resea
Jeansun Kim   2015-06-02
[Science] Posture corrective smart shoes to hit the market
A set of smart shoes were developed to correct walking posture using tactile sensor and LED. On May 27, the Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS) said that a research team led by Dr. Kim Jong-ho developed smart shoes to measure the pressure using tactile sensor and LED placed at
Jeansun Kim   2015-05-27
[Science] Korean researchers develop indefinitely reusable fuel cell up for 100,000 recharging times
Korean researchers have successfully developed an indefinitely reusable graphene fuel cell catalyst that can be recharged for up to 100,000 times without compromising the performance. The Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST) research team has been drawing attention with 쁡ie-ha
Liz Kim   2015-05-26
[Science] ETRI셲 biometric technology certified internationally
The Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute has developed comprehensive biometric technologies applicable to a network without the need of a PIN number. The biometric solution is widely expected to be a launching pad for ETRI to take a foothold in the new market with its first internat
Jeansun Kim   2015-05-22
[Science] ETRI to develop LED light networking technology
The Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute announced on May 19 that it has successfully developed visible light communication networking technology to deliver data through LED light. ETRI셲 latest light networking technologies can remotely control the light intensity, VCL video transm
Liz Kim   2015-05-19
[Science] Researchers develop 20% improved lithium-sulfur battery for electric cars using vitamin C
Korean researchers have developed a new type of lithium–sulfur battery using vitamin C with a 20% improvement in performance over current ones.A group of researchers led by Professor Lee Jae-young at the Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology said on Thursday that they succeeded in improv
Whowired News Team   2015-05-14
[Science] Korean researchers develop elastic conductive fiber sensors
Korean research teams led by Prof. Lee Tae-yoon and Prof. Kim Dae-eun at Yonsei University developed elastic conductive fibers. The smart fiber sensors were demonstrated as smart globes that can read the sign language responding to external changes. It is widely expected to bring seismic changes to
Liz Kim   2015-05-13
[Science] Home grown 3D TV chooses American transmission standard
The Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI) announced on May 6 that it has finally chosen the broadcasting transmission standard from the Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) in America as its new converged broadcasting and telecommunications high quality 3D TV broadcast
Jeansun Kim   2015-05-06
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