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Jeong was awarded the 2021 POSCO TJ Park Technology Prize for pioneering the development of infrared image sensors in South Korea, helping make the country only the seventh in the world to mass produce such sensors.
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2021 POSCO TJ Park Technology Prize
To lessen invasive diagnostic tests, researchers have developed an artificial intelligence-based method to accurately diagnose prostate cancer with only a urine sample.
An algorithm has shown that landscape paintings over the past five centuries are surprisingly similar, suggesting selection bias.
For their pioneering efforts amid COVID-19, three health experts from Pakistan, Singapore and South Korea were named to the BBC’s annual 100 Women list.
A test designed by scientists from South Korea can detect SARS-CoV-2 and other harmful microorganisms in about 30 minutes.
The title ‘Rising-Star Distinguished Professor’ is awarded to eminent professors who are under the age of 45.
Surgeon's fatigue during robot-assisted surgery could become a thing of the past with a controller developed by scientists in Japan.
The device contains channels for drug storage and release, as well as LEDs to generate light pulses in the brain.
Researchers in South Korea have found a way to protect polymer solar cells and organic light emitting diodes from moisture, paving the way for wearable, washable displays.
Researchers in South Korea have demonstrated that blue-enriched white light is associated with lower levels of melatonin and reduced sleepiness.