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Found 54 articles associated to the institution DGIST(Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology).
 
New Technique for Turning Sunshine and Water into Hydrogen Fuel
11-October-2018

Korean researchers have developed new photocatalyst synthesis method using Magnesium hydride (MgH2) and Titanium dioxide (TiO2). The result is expected to contribute to hydrogen mass production through the development of photocatalyst that reacts to solar light.

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DGIST, Identifying an Initial Growth Process of Calcium Phosphate
10-October-2018

Korean researchers identified the initial growth process of calcium phosphate, a key component of bones, using ‘TOP-MEIS (Time-of-Flight Medium Energy Ion Scattering)’. The research findings differ from existing theories and are expected to be used in research into controlling the growth and characteristics of nanoparticles.

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Artificial Synaptic Device Simulating the Function of Human Brain
7-September-2018

Korean researchers have developed a high-reliability artificial electronic synaptic device that simulates neurons and synapses. The finding is expected to be utilized in the development of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and brain-like semiconductors.

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Converting Carbon Dioxide into Methane or Ethane Selectively
13-August-2018

Korean researchers developed high-efficiency photocatalysts that convert carbon dioxide into methane or ethane with graphene-covered reduced titanium dioxide. The finding is expected to be utilized in the carbon dioxide reduction and recycling industries.

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One Step Closer to Finding a Cure for Brain Diseases
13-July-2018

Korean researchers identified a mechanism for signaling brain nerve cells through excitatory synaptic binding proteins. The finding provides important clues to understanding the principles of synaptic nerve transmission and thus can be used to analyze the fundamental causes of brain diseases and treat them.

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