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100 times finer pixels than 8K display, realized by quan...

Quantum dots refer to a semiconductor material with size of several nanometers (nm). It is an inorganic light-emitting ma...

2021-04-15

Development of Fire-Free, Long-Lasting, Water-Based Batt...

New and renewable energy sources, such as sunlight and wind power, are drawing attention in response to climate change. T...

2021-04-15

Ultrahard, Yet Flexible Hybrid Nanocomposite Reinforced ...

Prof. S. Jeon, B.-S. Bae, S.M. Han, and J.-W. Hong’s groups have developed an unconventional 3D nanocomposite film that i...

2021-04-14

Development of semiconductor quantum dot symmetry contro...

Prof. Cho’s group at KAIST formed nitride semiconductor quantum dots using pyramidal-shaped three-dimensional nanostructu...

2021-04-14

Unique metal-polymer interaction enables the design of c...

Dynamic coverage of metal catalysts with polymer chains can control the transport/reaction of molecules, remarkably incre...

2020-10-10

Ultra-large and Multi-stimuli-responsive Smart Windows

Prof. Il-Doo Kim, Prof. Hong Jung-Wuk, and Prof. Seokwoo Jeon jointly developed a novel multi-stimuli-responsive (thermoc...

2020-10-10

Development of New Class of Hierarchically Porous Au Ele...

The team of Prof. Seokwoo Jeon and Prof. Jihun Oh developed a hierarchical nanostructured catalyst to reduce the use of g...

2020-04-04

Development of ultra-high-capacity lithium-sulfur batter...

Lithium-ion batteries have become essential parts of various industries from portable electronics to electric vehicles. L...

2020-02-28

Development of high-efficiency light-emitting nanocompos...

The Center for Advanced Materials Discovery towards 3D Display of the KAIST Institute for the Nanocentury (KINC) is dedic...

2020-02-28

Design of Metal Nanocatalysts for High-Performance Hydro...

New analytical platform enables evaluation of true electrocatalytic value of metal nanoparticles. A KAIST team prese...

2019-10-14

Solution Phase Phosphorus Substitution for Enhancement o...

P substitution in Cu2WS4 was found to induce numerous basal plane defects, which increase the active sites for -OH adsorp...

2019-04-10

Development of technology to improve the reversibility o...

Despite its high energy density that can determine the driving range of battery-powered automobiles and drones, a lithium...

2019-02-28

Development of mechanical nanowire transfer technology f...

Nanowire, a typical nano-material, is an extremely thin wire with a diameter of around 1 nanometer. Nanowire production t...

2019-02-28

Bright Blue AC-Electroluminescence from Graphene Quantum...

Efficient solid-state photoluminescent graphene quantum dots embedded in boron oxynitride (GQD@BNO) was applied to AC pow...

2018-10-06

High-Performance Electrochromic Devices from Two-Dimensi...

Professor Seokwoo Jeon’s research team has developed a solution-phase synthesis method of two-dimensional WO3 nanosheets ...

2018-10-06

Three-Dimensional Nanostructured Z-scheme Photocatalyst ...

Efficient and stable CO2 conversion under visible light by using a novel photocatalyst with Z-scheme charge flow on 3-dim...

2018-10-06

Precise Core-Position-Control in Core/Shell Semiconducto...

Professor Doh Chang Lee’s team unveiled the growth mechanism of colloidal semiconductor nanorods (NRs). Atomic-precision ...

2018-05-10

Well-Defined Metal Oxide Nanocatalysts Lead to Selective...

Well-defined colloidal zinc oxide-copper(I) oxide hybrid nanocatalysts behaved as photocatalysts for the direct conversio...

2018-05-10

Bio-based p-xylene oxidation into terephthalic acid by e...

KAIST researchers established a novel and efficient biocatalysis system to produce terephthalic acid from p-xylene by mic...

2018-05-10

Discovery of the Principle of Graphene Formation by Soli...

The first two-dimensional crystals discovered by mankind Graphene, also known as the first two-dimensional crystal disco...

2017-02-28

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