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Found 42 articles associated to the institution DGIST(Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology).
 
Identifying Structural Defects During Driving Electronic Devices
18-January-2018

A research team from Korea has discovered the blocking phenomenon of electrons generated during high-speed driving of oxide semiconductors and proved its causes for the first time in the world. It is expected to be used for the commercialization of next-generation intelligent electronic devices.

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World First Multimodal Biomicroscopic System Enhances the Accuracy of Cancer Treatment
8-January-2018

Korean researchers has newly developed the system to be used for the analysis of the tumor removed during surgery and for the accurate cancer resection technique researches.

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Mass Spectrometric Imaging Technique Makes Diagnosis Easier and Smarter
26-December-2017

A research team from Korea succeeded develop mass spectrometry imaging system to analyze living biological samples in the atmospheric pressure environment at resolution of 3 several micrometers. The approach could be applied in molecular biology and medical diagnosis fields.

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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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