Annual Report

Below is some research conducted in KAIST for the past few years

  • 03
  • Magnetotactic peptide compass
  • Magnetotactic peptide compass

    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.

  • 05
  • New therapy for intractable epilepsy
  • New therapy for intractable epilepsy

    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

  • 07
  • Micro Chained Radar System for detecting small UAVs
  • Micro Chained Radar System for detecting small UAVs

    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.

  • 08
  • Development of a wall-climbing drone
  • Development of a wall-climbing drone

    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.

  • 09
  • Role of Tau Regulating Force between Microtubules
  • Role of Tau Regulating Force between Microtubules

    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

  • 10
  • Sub-10 nm ultrahigh-resolution printing technology
  • Sub-10 nm ultrahigh-resolution printing technology

    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,