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Heterogeneous Catalyst Goes Enzymatic

IBS Center for Nanoparticle ResearchHeterogeneous Catalyst Goes EnzymaticCooperative interplay between single copper atoms and adjacent titania environment enables low-cost, efficient, and eco-friendly photocatalyst for hydrogen productionRead More

Droplet trains reveal how nature navigates blood traffic

IBS Center for Soft and Living MatterDroplet trains reveal how nature navigates blood trafficScientists found alternating flocks in micro-channels and explained how the flocks can be thinned.Read More

How to enlarge 2D materials as single crystals?

IBS Center for Multidimensional Carbon MaterialHow to enlarge 2D materials as single crystals?Turn it around and find the right symmetric code! You may see the transistor of the future from the right balance of rotational symmetries between a substrate and a 2D material. More about a novel approach to synthesize large-scale of silicon wafer size, single crystalline 2D materials.Read More

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date2019-06-04An effective sweeper closes DNA replication cycling
An effective sweeper closes DNA replication cycling
IBS scientists identified a specific protein complex that closes DNA duplication cycling to ensure a genomic stability. ATAD5-RLC opens PCNA ring to be removed from DNA.
date2019-04-02Natural Climate Processes Overshadow Recent Human-induced Walker Circulation Trends
Natural Climate Processes Overshadow Recent Human-induced Walker Circulation Trends
Recent intensification of the equatorial Pacific wind system, known as Walker Circulation, is unrelated to human influences and can be explained by natural processes.
date2019-03-19Hybrid Ring Narrows the Range to Find the Clue to Early Universe
Hybrid Ring Narrows the Range to Find the Clue to Early Universe
A high sensitivity particle physics experiment proposed by IBS scientists can unveil mysterious disappearance of the antimatter at the creation of the universe
date2019-03-05Checking DNA base editor's mistakes and tricks to reduce them
Checking DNA base editor
IBS-developed Digenome-seq technique reveals the accuracy of CRISPR-based editing tool that changes DNA letter A to G
date2019-02-22Freezing Upon Heating: Formation of Dynamical Glass
Freezing Upon Heating: Formation of Dynamical Glass
Showing how networks of superconducting grains turn into dynamical glass at high temperature
date2019-02-21Righty or Lefty, As You Like
Righty or Lefty, As You Like
New iridium catalyst enables selective synthesis of valuable drug ingredients in a more efficient way
date2019-02-18How do metastatic tumor cells grow in lymph node?
How do metastatic tumor cells grow in lymph node?
Tumor cells use fatty acid rather than glucose as a fuel. The metabolic adaptation yields an insight into a novel platform for treating metastasis.
date2019-01-31Breaching the Horizons: Universal Spreading Laws Confirmed
Breaching the Horizons: Universal Spreading Laws Confirmed
A novel toolbox developed to implement ultrafast simulations of quantum transport allowed to achieve unprecedented limits in the understanding of wave spreading mechanisms
date2019-01-222D Magnetism Reaches a New Milestone
2D Magnetism Reaches a New Milestone
The first experimental proof of the unusual XY-type magnetic-behavior transition when passing from 3D to 2D is finally observed, fifty years after its theoretical description

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IBS Research Highlights & Analysis

IBS Research Highlights & Analysis2019-01-281) About IBS
2) Statistical Analysis of Research Performance
3) Highlights of the Research Performance of IBS
4) External Perspectives on IBS
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IBS Research 11th

IBS Research 11th2019-01-031) Research Frontline
2) Focus Interview
3) Research Highlight
4) IBS Viewpoint
5) IBS Report
6) IBS News
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  • Open Presentation of IBS Center for Genome Engineering
Time: Wednesday, June 19, 2019, 10:30-12:35
Venue: Conference room #B109 (1F), IBS HQ, Daejeon

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