Antiviral Color Nanocoating Technology

The Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) has announced that a collaborative research team led by Dr. So-Hye Cho from the Materials Architecturing Research Center and Dr. Seung Eun Lee of the Research Animal Resources Center has developed a nanocoating technology that not only maximizes the antiviral activity of the surface, but also enables the realization of various colors.

Psychologist Calls Attention to Social Media as a Public Health Hazard

In New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ State of the City speech, he discussed protecting kids’ mental health in the face of excessive social media usage.  Dr. Anthony Anzalone, a clinical psychologist at Stony Brook Medicine, also agrees that social media…

Central Illinois named US Tech Hub for biomanufacturing by Biden-Harris administration

President Joe Biden announced Monday that the Illinois Fermentation and Agriculture Biomanufacturing Hub (iFAB) is among 31 designated Regional Innovation and Technology Hubs (Tech Hubs) by the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) — recognizing Central Illinois as a globally competitive center for innovation and job creation in biomanufacturing.

Novel approach to advanced electronics, data storage with ferroelectricity

Latest research from Flinders University and UNSW Sydney, published in the American Chemical Society ACS Nano journal, explores switchable polarization in a new class of silicon compatible metal oxides and paves the way for the development of advanced devices including high-density data storage, ultra low energy electronics, flexible energy harvesting and wearable devices.

New technology for customized air purification of toxic gases

The Korea Institute of Science and Technology (KIST) announced that Dr. Jiwon Lee and Dr. Youngtak Oh from the Center for Sustainable Environment Research have developed a new adsorbent technology that can efficiently adsorb amphiphilic VOCs, which have both hydrophilic and hydrophobic properties and are difficult to remove with existing activated carbon technology.

Detecting microplastics(MPs) with light!!

A research team led by Dr. Ho Sang Jung of the Department of Nano-Bio Convergence at the Korea Institute of Materials Science (KIMS), in collaboration with the KOTITI Testing & Research Institute, has developed the world’s first technology to rapidly and highly sensitively detect microplastics(MPs) in the field, which are well known to cause human and genetic toxicity through environmental pollution and the food chain.

The Smart Suit that Saves Forest Fires Firefighters’ Lives – An International Award-Winning Design by Chula’s Engineering Students

Students of the Faculty of Engineering, Chulalongkorn University have been awarded an MGA Award in recognition of their innovative design for their fire-resistant Smart Suit which uses IoT technology for connections and online activations to store data therefore reducing the risks and increasing the safety for firefighters at work in real time.

ETRI Unveiled Hyper-Realistic Technologies for the Metaverse World

Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute(ETRI) participated in consecutive events, starting from the 16th August at COEX in Seoul for ‘K-Display 2023,’ followed by ‘IMID 2023’ at BEXCO in Busan from the 23rd, where they exhibited a variety of innovative technologies capable of realizing a truly realistic metaverse world.

A Thermal Processable, Self-Healing, and Fully Bio-based Starch Plastic

Researchers have proposed a novel strategy for the development of sustainable and degradable bioplastics. This starch plastics, which possess integrated advantages including superior flexibility, excellent thermal processability, waterproof capability, solvent resistance, and self-healing ability, demonstrate immense potential as a viable substitute to petroleum-based plastics.

Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI) and Research Institutes of Sweden AB (RISE) Ink MoU to Advance Cooperation in Science and Technology

Korea Electrotechnology Research Institute (KERI) and Research Institutes of Sweden AB (RISE) have officially entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) aimed at enhancing collaborative research in the field of national strategic technologies.

Sasin Researchers Run Research Workshop “Next Leap” to Push Technology Application

The rapid changes in technologies affect the lives of people all over the world in terms of work, daily life, medicine, education, business, etc., leading to a necessity for proper adaptation to such development. Realizing this need, the Research Unit in Finance and Sustainability in the Disruption Era of Sasin Graduate Institute of Business Administration, Chulalongkorn University, initiated the “Next Leap” research workshop to drive application of technology.

Infrared avalanche photodiodes from bulk to 2D materials

Avalanche photodiodes (APDs) have drawn interest in recent years and extensively used in many applications to include the most important – optical communication. Unquestionably optical quantum information applications such as quantum key distribution also drive that trend putting severe requirements on detector performance. Towards this goal the authors showed the evolution and the recent development of AIIIBV, AIIBVI and potential alternative – “third wave” superlattices and 2D materials APDs.

‘Broadband Prairie’ rural wireless project moves to public phase of researching, testing

With wireless infrastructure installed in and around Ames, Iowa, the $16 million ARA Wireless Living Lab for Smart and Connected Rural Communities is moving to a public testing phase. The progress will be celebrated with technical presentations and field trips during a launch event Sept. 6-8 on the Iowa State University campus.

Australia’s Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) selects Symplectic Elements to enable comprehensive research management

Digital Science is pleased to announce that Australia’s Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation (ANSTO) has chosen Symplectic Elements from Digital Science’s flagship products to advance awareness of its world-class research.

Automate or informate? Firms must invest in specific types of IT to improve working capital management

New research from Sarv Devaraj, management professor at the University of Notre Dame’s Mendoza College of Business, shows that information technology represents a critical investment that firms must make in order to make informed, objective and firm-specific working capital decisions that would result in improved performance.

Digital Science announces exclusive rollout of Dimensions AI Assistant beta version

Digital Science is pleased to announce a limited and exclusive beta launch of Dimensions AI Assistant, a new research tool designed to enhance how users engage with the wealth of knowledge available on Dimensions, among the world’s largest linked research databases.