Below is some research conducted in KAIST for the past few years
In 2030, the flexoelectricity is considered as a core knowledge for designing nanoscale devices and it is applied to various applications including information storage
In 2030, Mr. Kim enters his living room and sees that his son is watching the Discovery Channel, which is showing a highly detailed video on how DNA and protein interact with each other.
In 2050, human lifespans are much longer by virtue of molecular-based medical equipment that is capable of activating the muscles of people suffering from paralysis using external magnetic stimulation.
In the year 2040, exposure to light is all that is needed to treat diseases linked to intracellular Ca2+ dysfunction, especially neurological diseases
In 2020, Chul Soo Kim, a four-year-old boy, is suffering from medically refractory seizures that cannot be controlled by any currently available anti-seizure drug and may require invasive
In 2026, accelerator-based light sources can record molecular movies with atomic spatial resolution and femtosecond time-resolution. Also, radar and lidar performance is greatly improved,
The technology of small-scale Unmanned Airborne Vehicles (UAVs) is progressing rapidly. Small UAVs and drones are not easy to detect as the traditional radar systems. The concept of micro-chained radar system is proposed, and demonstrated to accurately detect these small UAVs.
CAROS (Climbing Aerial RObot System) is a drone-type wall-climbing robot that can be used to inspect the surfaces of buildings and superstructures by changing its configuration and attaching itself to all types of surfaces.
Metaphor - In the morning of 2050, a motor protein named of ??inesin??starts engine to transport neurotransmitter from the body of cell down to the end of axon. He is listening to morning news saying
In 2031, an ample supply of low-cost, high-performance nano-transfer printing technology has facilitated the detection and identification of various chemicals, such as disease-causing substances,