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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
Contrary to earlier assumptions, Parkinson’s disease symptoms are caused by hyperactivity rather than suppressed activation of a brain region known as the thalamus.
These rising stars and veterans hail from diverse sectors in industry and academia, but they all share in one common mission—to make tomorrow a better place for you and me.
Researchers in South Korea have developed a non-invasive technique that could help diagnose gout using the molecules of a teardrop.
Controlling intestinal inflammation could be one way to prevent aging, at least in mice.
This genome sequence, the most contiguous and complete human genome mapped to date, may be beneficial to the field of precision medicine.
By using gene targeting to introduce the CCN5 protein into the heart, researchers have managed to reverse cardiac fibrosis in mice.
GenomeAsia 100K, a non-profit consortium, aims to generate genomic information for Asian populations and promote genetic understanding.
By sandwiching an ultrathin layer of titanium dioxide between gold, researchers have boosted the light absorption range of water splitting catalysts.
Professor Lee Jeong Ho has won the CURE's 2015 Pediatric Epilepsies Research Award for his outstanding research in the field of intractable epilepsy.