Yonsei University

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Yonsei University is located in Seoul, Korea, as the first university built in Korea in 1915 by a founder, Dr. H. Underwood. It is known to be second largest university in Korea, having more than 1500 PhD faculties including MDs in Severance University Hospital. About 20,000 undergraduate and 2,000 grad students are around the campus.
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21 Jun 2023

Carbon Nanotubes 2023-2033: Market, Technology & Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Conor O'Brien and Dr Alex Holland
17 Feb 2023

Low-Loss Materials for 6G: Current Status and Future Direction

The next generation of telecoms technologies, 5G, is not fully deployed yet; in fact, the exciting high-frequency bands of mmWave 5G are not set to take off for another several years, according to IDTechEx forecasts.
9 Dec 2022

6G Market 2023-2043: Technology, Trends, Forecasts, Players

IDTechEx Report: Dr Yu-Han Chang and Sona Dadhania
7 Dec 2022

Low-loss Materials for 5G and 6G 2023-2033

IDTechEx Report: Sona Dadhania, Dr James Edmondson and Dr Yu-Han Chang
13 Dec 2021

Advanced Li-ion and Beyond Lithium Batteries 2022-2032: Technologies, Players, Trends, Markets

IDTechEx Report: Dr Alex Holland and Dr Xiaoxi He
25 Nov 2021

NEO Battery Materials

NEO Battery Materials are a Canadian resource company looking to develop a quartz-silica mine in Canada, BC in addition to developing silicon anode technology for Li-ion batteries.
29 Jan 2021

Wirelessly Rechargeable Soft Brain Implant Uses Light to Control Cells

Researchers have invented a smartphone-controlled soft brain implant that can be recharged wirelessly from outside the body. It enables long-term neural circuit manipulation without the need for periodic disruptive surgeries to replace the battery of the implant.
22 Dec 2020

Smartphone Display Material That can Self-Heal From Damage

Smartphone display repair costs may no longer be an issue. A research team in South Korea has developed a smartphone display material that can self-heal from damages.
12 Oct 2017

Salmon DNA for biomedical devices

Using DNA from salmon, researchers hope to make better biomedical and other photonic devices based on organic thin films.
19 Dec 2016

Taking a leap in bioinspired robotics

n the not so distant future, first responders to a disaster zone may include four-legged, dog-like robots that can bound through a fire or pick their way through a minefield, rising up on their hind legs to turn a hot door handle or punch through a wall.
22 Jul 2016

Plastic flexible magnetic memory device

Smart plastic demonstrates excellent performance in terms of data storage and processing capabilities.
25 Jun 2014

First demonstration of a self-powered cardiac pacemaker

Researchers have developed a self-powered artificial cardiac pacemaker that is operated semi-permanently by a flexible piezoelectric nanogenerator.
13 May 2014

UCLA develops low-cost, high-mobility semiconductors for OLED displays

A device created by UCLA researchers could lead to a significant leap in the quality of images on smartphones, computer displays, TVs and inkjet printers.
9 May 2014

Device could boost image quality for phones, computers and TVs

A device created by UCLA researchers could lead to a significant leap in the quality of images on smartphones, computer displays, TVs and inkjet printers.
6 Dec 2012

Photo-Excited Charge Collection Spectroscopy (PECCS) as a Measurement Probe for the Electrical Stability of Solution Organic/Oxide TFTs

Yonsei University, Korea
26 Nov 2012

New metamaterial invisibility cloak adapts to different sized objects

A metamaterial invisibility cloak that can adapt to hide different sized objects has been demonstrated.
8 Feb 2012

Thin film transistor technology is moving fast

IDTechEx summarises the latest work on thin film transistors.
27 Dec 2010

New organic batteries

Electron switch between molecules points way to new high-powered organic batteries
24 Sep 2010

Electrical current harvested from plants

Stanford scientists have plugged into algae cells and harnessed a tiny electrical current. They found it at the very source of energy production - photosynthesis, a plant's method of converting sunlight to chemical energy.
21 Jul 2008

Replacing printed silver with copper

The spot price of silver is up over 50% in the past 12 months and it continues to trend upward because silver supplies are falling fast while demand from China, India, Russia and Eastern Europe is climbing. As a reult, a lot of work is underway for alternatives.