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Thin-film transistors developed for wearable display

Thin-film transistors developed for wearable display
With the advent of the IoT era, strong demand has grown for wearable and transparent displays that can be applied to various fields such as augmented reality (AR) and skin-like thin flexible devices. However, previous flexible transparent displays have posed real challenges to overcome, which are, among others, poor transparency and low electrical performance.
1st August 2016

Biosniffers diagnose diseases via biomarkers in breath

Biosniffers diagnose diseases via biomarkers in breath
Professor Il-Doo Kim in the Department of Materials Science and Engineering at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) is developing ultrasensitive and highly selective gas sensors to diagnose diseases by exhaled breath analysis. Professor Kim has led the development of semiconductor metal oxide-based nanofiber sensor arrays, which are optimised for pattern recognition of breath prints.
23rd March 2016

Development of a wall-climbing drone

Development of a wall-climbing drone
A new wall-climbing drone can approach any type of structure by flying and sticking to the target and utitlising a pose change and perching mechanism. The integrity of large structures like bridges, high-rise buildings, wind turbines, and large aircrafts is deeply related with security. Nowadays, due to the aging of large structures and the potential concerns about their collapse, interest in structural health monitoring has risen all over the world.
16th March 2016


Micro modular reactor is cooled by supercritical S-CO2

Micro modular reactor is cooled by supercritical S-CO2
A research team at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) (Prof. Jeong Ik Lee, Prof. Yonghee Kim, and Prof. Yong Hoon Jeong) has suggested an innovative concept of a reactor cooled by supercritical state carbon dioxide (S-CO2). The core has long life (20 years) without refueling as well as inherent safety features. The S-CO2 Brayton cycle was proposed as a power conversion system to achieve a compact and lightweight module.
9th March 2016

Fireproof Aerial Robot System: a new application for drones

Fireproof Aerial Robot System: a new application for drones
Among the most exciting firefighting innovations is the Fireproof Aerial Robot System (FAROS), which has been developed by a research team at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology. Designed specifically to help detect and combat fires in high-rise buildings, the drone can both fly and climb walls, using technology that was first developed for a previous model called the Climbing Aerial Robot System (CAROS).
21st January 2016


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