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Over the past few decades, South Korea has made impressive economic and scientific progress. Can the country maintain this fast pace?
Scientific research in Korean universities has developed rapidly in the past twenty years. However, the quality still lags behind other advanced countries, and Korea faces many challenges in building premier research universities.
Pohang University of Science and Technology (POSTECH) was established only 21 years ago. Nature Materials spoke to POSTECH's outgoing president, Chan-Mo Park, about this success story as well as his personal engagement with North Korea.
To answer this question, Nature Materials interviewed Ohjoon Kwon, head of the research laboratories of POSCO, Korea's largest steel producer, and the third-largest in the world.
X-ray magnetic circular dichroism in ultrafast mode provides insight into spin relaxation in nickel on a femtosecond timescale, opening up new horizons for research into spin dynamics with the highest resolution.
A synthetic method of producing metal nanoparticles of chosen crystallinity can help us understand how crystal defects affect their physical and chemical properties.
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