Two South Korean research teams have built a nanogenerator for filtering microplastics out of our oceans to protect marine life and public health.
Researchers in South Korea have developed a microrobot shaped like a corkscrew with a needle at its end for drug delivery.
The gene Abl, a target of the anti-cancer drug Gleevec, is required for the correct development of the olfactory system.
By modeling the particles of electrode-active materials in three dimensions, scientists in South Korea seek to improve the efficiency of power cells in electric vehicles.
Scientists in South Korea have developed a transparent and flexible battery that can generate power and store it for later use.
A research team in South Korea has shown that inflammation suppresses autophagy in brain-resident immune cells, resulting in progression of Alzheimer's disease.
These findings suggest that preventing protein entanglement could be one way to treat neurodegenerative diseases caused by polyglutamine proteins.