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DGIF 2014

Synaptic Sensing and Modulation by Microglia: A Role in Neurodegeneration

Abstract : Microglia, the immune glia of the brain, are known to be dynamic cells constantly surveying the health of the surrounding tissue and responding to damage with rapid process extension.  In addition microglia processes are responsible for pruning synapses […]

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Microrobot for targeted cell transport system

Abstract : Microrobots are being widely studied for biomedical applications such as drug delivery, biopsy, hyperthermia, scaffolding, ablation, etc. Compared to the traditional biomedical devices, microrobots for certain medical applications have numerous potential advantages on non- or minimal invasive treatment, […]

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On-Line Electric Vehicle with Wireless Power Transmission

Abstract :  Wireless power transmission system can be applied in various fields such as transportation, home and office appliances, logistic equipment without any wire or contact. SMFIR(Shaped Magnetic Field in Resonance) technology developed by KAIST, can optimize and shape the […]

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Multiphysics Modeling for Nanorobotics in Biology and Nanomedecine

Abstract : Research activities on nanorobotics are an emerging interdisciplinary technology area raising new scientific challenges and promising revolutionary advancements in applications such as medicine, biology and industrial manufacturing. Nanorobots could be defined as intelligent systems with overall dimensions at […]

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To the Future and the World Together with DAEDEOK Innopolis Venture Association (DIVA)

Abstract :  1. Foundation, Ordeal and Challenge of Seoul Propolis Ltd. Co.  What is Propolis?  Foundation and Process of Technical Development  Strategy of Globalization  Scientific and Marketing Activity at home and abroad – My mentor 2. Current State of DAEDEOK […]

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Clustered Thalamocortical Input on to Layer 5 Pyramidal Neurons

Abstract : The subcellular locations of synapses on pyramidal neurons strongly influence dendritic integration and synaptic plasticity. Despite this, there is little quantitative data on spatial distributions of specific types of synaptic input. Here we use array tomography (AT), a […]

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Current Status and Outlook of Fuel Cells in Korea

Abstract : There exist a number of market analysis reports available for a variety of information on the deployment statistics, identification of new markets, growth potential of several critical markets, and so on. Thus a great deal of effort has […]

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Robotic Manipulation of Cells from Clinical Samples

Abstract : Robotic cell surgery and automated biophysical characterization of cells enable new frontiers in science and have tangible clinical relevance. Due to the small sizes of cells and sub-cellular structures and due to their heterogeneity in a clinical sample, […]

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Ion Conducting Oxides for Electrochemical Energy Conversion and Storage

Abstract : Research in functional materials has progressed from those materials exhibiting structural to electronic functionality.  The study of ion conducting ceramics ushers in a new era of “chemically functional materials.” This chemical functionality arises out of the defect equilibria […]

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The 1st R&D Company Success Story

Abstract :  Kolmar BNH, a research institute corporation that uses KAERI’s atomic energy technology for cosmetics and functional health supplement production, is a corporation that can be a prime example of creative economy. The general public may be unfamiliar to […]

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