Currently, Huntington's disease is an inherited neurodegenerative disease with no cure. In this research, the structure of proteins that causes Huntington's disease is revealed providing a structural framework ...read more
A first-principles computational investigation sheds light on the atomistic origins of the excellent electrocatalytic activity of edge-selenated graphene nanoplatelets as dye-sensitized solar cell counter electrodes.
A new method called wavefront shaping optical coherence tomography (WS-OCT) enables in vivo deep tissue imaging of a mouse.
A Saudi Aramco-KAIST CO2 Management Center project led by Professor Sang Woo Han (Chemistry, KAIST) develops efficient CO2 conversion catalysts to produce high value commodity chemicals.
Recently, supercritical CO2 (S-CO2) cycle has been receiving attention as one of the future power cycle technologies because of its compact configuration and high thermal efficiency. Professor Jeong Ik Lee’s laboratory at KAIST has conducted research using the S-CO2 cycle as a bottoming cycle to a gas turbine to generate electricity with CO2 while using less water.