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Found 39 articles associated to the institution DGIST(Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology).
 
Highly Efficient Photocatalyst Capable of Carbon Dioxide Recycling
1-December-2017

A research team in Korea has developed titanium dioxide-based photocatalyst with the highest efficiency in the world that converts carbon dioxide into methane. The result is expected to be applied to technologies to reduce and reuse carbon dioxide.

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Thinner Photodiode with Higher Stability and Performance
29-November-2017

A research team of Energy Science and Engineering at Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science & Technology (DGIST), South Korea, has unveiled a new high-performance photodiode that reduces thickness to one-sixth of conventional silicon photodiodes.

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Eco-friendly Waterborne Semiconductor Inks Using Surfactant
24-November-2017

A research team from Korea succeeded to develop a technology to produce environmentally friendly water-borne semiconductor inks using surfactant. The result is expected to be applied to various electronic devices with a semiconductor surface control technique.

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New Possibility to Prevent and Treat Parkinson’s Disease with Licorice Extract
8-November-2017

Researchers in Korea newly found the mechanism of inhibition of dopamine neuronal cell death using licorice extract 'liquiritigenin'. It scientifically proves the possibility of treating degenerative brain diseases using natural materials.

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Brighter Flexible Electroluminescent Film by adopting Eye Structure of Nocturnal Animals
6-November-2017

A research team from Korea has improved the luminance of electroluminescent devices by 422% compared to the conventional ones by applying retro-reflection electrodes The result is expected to be applied in next generation display and signage lighting technology

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