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U.N. official backs N. Korea abuses despite defector's changes

TOKYO (AP) -- The United Nations' official in charge of investigating human rights violations in North Korea said Friday he stands by U.N. findings of widespread abuses there despite recent backtrack...

Updated : 2015.01.23 22:16

(Photo News) Evidence of Mars water

This image taken by the Mast Camera on NASA’s Curiosity Mars rover just north of the “Kimberley” waypoint shows beds of sandstone inclined to the southwest toward Mount Sharp and away from the Gal...

Updated : 2014.12.09 21:36

S. Korea ranks 7th in science capability scale in 2014

South Korea ranked seventh in terms of science and technology capabilities among the members of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) in 2014, the country's ICT ministry sa...

Updated : 2014.12.02 13:23

Seoul set to unveil results of field study on Ebola-hit Sierra Leone

South Korea was to unveil the results of a field study on Ebola-hit Sierra Leone conducted by its advance team Wednesday as part of its plan to send medical workers there, the foreign ministry said. ...

Updated : 2014.11.26 09:05

(Photo News) Fossil find

The National Research Institute of Cultural Heritage said Monday that it had found the fossil of a Theropoda dinosaur from the early Cretaceous period (110 million to 120 million years ago) in Hadong...

Updated : 2014.11.24 21:40

First complete dinosaur skeleton found in S. Korea

A complete skeleton of a small carnivorous dinosaur has been found in southern South Korea, the first such discovery in the country, a state think tank said Monday. The National Research Institute o...

Updated : 2014.11.24 17:18

Jinju meteorites found to be 4.6b years old

South Korean scientists said Tuesday four meteorites discovered in the southern part of the country earlier this year are estimated to be as old as the solar system. In early March, residents in Jin...

Updated : 2014.11.18 21:36

[Weekender] Multitasking: No more than a mirage?

To members of modern society, swamped with chores and bombarded with distractions, the ability to do multiple tasks simultaneously has been touted as an essential skill. But recent research has chall...

Updated : 2014.11.14 21:42

Researchers find novel way to treat pulmonary arterial disease

A group of scientists from Korea and the United States have managed to find a new way to treat blockages in the artery that connects the heart and the lungs, officials said Wednesday. Professor Kim ...

Updated : 2014.10.29 21:26

Navigating through the human brain

Much as humankind has been fascinated by the exploration of outer space, it has also been mesmerized by the complexity of the brain. Over the years, scientists have explored intricate neural connecti...

Updated : 2014.10.27 20:37

Oriental therapy effective for pain management: study

Traditional oriental treatment of moxibustion can be effective in easing pain caused by chronic diseases like cancer, researchers studying Korean medicine said Monday. Moxibustion, referring to the ...

Updated : 2014.10.06 20:56

Seoul to host math congress this week

The International Congress of Mathematicians, referred to as the Math Olympics, will open this week in Seoul, South Korea’s ICT Ministry said Tuesday, with some 5,000 visitors from 120 countries expe...

Updated : 2014.08.12 21:34

S. Korea's first astronaut quits job at state space center

The first South Korean astronaut has left the state-run research institute for personal reasons, the institute said Tuesday, bringing to an end the country's first astronaut program and sparking crit...

Updated : 2014.08.12 20:00

Researchers generate free-standing RNA membrane

South Korean researchers successfully generated a free-standing RNA membrane with a macroscopic structure, which will help expand its medicinal applications, the Science Ministry said Monday. The RN...

Updated : 2014.07.14 21:17

AIDS scientist pleads not guilty to faking study

DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) ― A South Korea-born scientist pleaded not guilty Tuesday to charges alleging that he falsified research for an AIDS vaccine to secure millions of dollars in federal funding. H...

Updated : 2014.07.02 20:46