kaist logo KAIST Newsletter Vol.3.2020.10.13
Slippery When Wet: Fish and Seaweed Inspire Ships to Reduce Fluid Friction KAIST researchers led by Professor Emeritus Hyung Jin Sung developed a slippery surface inspired by fish and seaweed to reduce the hull`s drag through the water, in collaboration with POSTECH scientists.
Research
E. coli Engineered to Grow on CO₂ and Formic Acid as Sole Carbon Sources​ 이미지 E. coli Engineered to Grow on CO₂ and Formic Acid as Sole Carbon Sources​ Distinguished Professor Sang Yup Lee and his team stepped up their work to develop an engineered E. coli strain capable of growing up to 11-fold higher cell density than those previously reported, using CO₂ and formic acid as sole carbon sources.
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Fundraising for the 50th Anniversary Memorial Building Kicks Off​ 이미지 Fundraising for the 50th Anniversary Memorial Building Kicks Off​ KAIST started the fundraising campaign to construct the 50th Anniversary Memorial Building. This is one of the projects and events the 50th Anniversary Commemorative Committee established to celebrate the anniversary.
Big Ideas on Emerging Materials Explored at EMS​ 이미지 Big Ideas on Emerging Materials Explored at EMS​ Renowned scholars and editors from academic journals joined the Emerging Materials e-Symposium (EMS) held at KAIST and shared the latest breakthroughs and big ideas in new material development last month.
KAIST Joins IBM Q Network to Accelerate Quantum Computing Research and Foster Quantum Industry​ 이미지 KAIST Joins IBM Q Network to Accelerate Quantum Computing Research and Foster Quantum Industry​ KAIST has joined the IBM Q Network as the Network`s first academic partner in Korea.
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