Researchers in South Korea have shed light on the factors causing deviations in impact sound performance. The Korea Institute of Civil Engineering and Building Technology (KICT) conducted on-site measurements to analyze the impact sound across different units within a building.
The Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS, President Hyun-min Park) has developed a Certified Reference Material (CRM)* for the accurate analysis of low levels of acrylamide in infant formula.
The joint research team of Dr. Namgoo Kang from the Korea Research Institute of Standards and Science (KRISS) and Dr. Minseok Kang from the National Center for Agro Meteorology (NCAM) developed a novel technology that enhances the reliability of measurement of methane emissions from rice paddy fields.
KISTI developed and released the findings on automated weak signal detection technology which uses data and algorithms to detect early signs of technology with potential for future growth last year. Weak signals- signals containing information about the future even though their significance remains yet to be seen in the present, are one way to explore technologies with potential for future growth.