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Science ministers of ASEAN+3 gather in Daejeon

Science ministers from South Korea, China and Japan, as well as the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, met in Daejeon on Tuesday to discuss ways to form a network of cooperation in science and t...

Updated : 2015.10.20 09:19

Individual patients area of concern for medical sector: Noble laureate

An Israeli Nobel prize laureate said Monday the medical industry should focus on individual patients over a disease itself, which will bring seismic changes to the global pharmaceutical landscape. A...

Updated : 2015.10.19 15:40

Zero-margin society presents opportunity for journalism

Jeremy Rifkin, a world-famous futurist, said Monday that the journalism industry can become the beneficiary of what he calls "zero-margin society," by capitalizing on their platforms to engage in net...

Updated : 2015.10.19 14:33

Futurist Rifkin skeptical of Uber but rosy on Airbnb

Renowned U.S. futurist Jeremy Rifkin said Monday he is negative about the future of car-sharing service Uber but remains optimistic about the home-sharing website Airbnb, citing their different appro...

Updated : 2015.10.19 14:30

3-D printing has more opportunities than woes: SOLS CEO

The 3-D printing technology will be the next way of manufacturing, Kegen Schouwenburg, the CEO and co-founder of a U.S.-based 3-D printed custom insoles maker said Monday. "As opposed to producing h...

Updated : 2015.10.19 14:28

Agenda-setters on science, technology gather in Daejeon

Dozens of ministerial-level representatives from across the globe as well as Nobel laureates and CEOs have gathered in the South Korean science hub of Daejeon to participate in discussing science, te...

Updated : 2015.10.19 10:45

World science forum kicks off in Daejeon

A global meeting of science ministers and experts began in central South Korea on Monday to discuss ways to achieve sustained economic development and improve the quality of life through technologica...

Updated : 2015.10.19 09:37

Science ministers to discuss global issues in Daejeon

The gathering of science ministers from around the globe is ready to kick off its five-day run in South Korea later this week, organizers said Sunday, where countries will discuss ways to utilize tec...

Updated : 2015.10.18 14:29

Daejeon OECD science meeting to be 1st gathering outside Paris

South Korea's ICT ministry said Sunday the upcoming science ministerial gathering of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development will be the first of its kind outside Paris, reflecting ...

Updated : 2015.10.18 10:20

NST to forge deeper ties with Fraunhofer

South Korea's National Research Council of Science & Technology said Sunday it will hold an academic gathering with Europe-based applied science researcher Fraunhofer in line with the upcoming OECD m...

Updated : 2015.10.18 09:35

Korea ready to greet science ministers from around the globe

South Korea said Thursday it is ready to hold a global forum for science ministers next week, where participants will discuss ways to forge deeper ties for technology development. Delegations from 5...

Updated : 2015.10.15 13:29

Hwang Woo-suk in fresh controversy over mammoth cloning

Disgraced South Korean researcher Hwang Woo-suk is in a legal battle over the rights to a technique critical to his attempts to clone mammoths, it was revealed Wednesday. Doctor Hwang Woo-suk overse...

Updated : 2015.07.15 11:50

South Koreans triumph in US robot challenge

South Korean boffins carried home the $2 million top prize Saturday after their robot triumphed in a disaster-response challenge inspired by the 2011 Fukushima nuclear meltdown in Japan. Team KAIST ...

Updated : 2015.06.07 20:53

Local team develops ‘emotion reading’ sensor

A sensor that can detect and differentiate muscle movements caused by changes in emotion has been developed by a local research team. The team led by professor Lee Nae-eung of Sungkyunkwan Universit...

Updated : 2015.05.04 17:42

World's largest particle collider ready to restart in 'days'

GENEVA (AFP) -- Physicists have fixed a short-circuit at the world's largest proton smasher, making the particle-hunting machine ready for a restart "within days' time" after a two-year shutdown. A ...

Updated : 2015.04.01 22:30