Back in 1981, KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) became the first to purchase an electron microscope in Korea. At that time, companies had no official channels to use the electron microscope, so they had to ask a favor of their acquaintances or buy college students lunch to get their hands on the electron microscope.
SEOUL, KOREA — As KT (a Korean integrated wired/wireless telecommunication service provider) finally jumped on the bandwagon of LTE (Long Term Evolution services), the next-generation LTE market is expected to be trisected.
SEOUL, KOREA — The Data Center opening ceremony was held near Gimhae city hall on December 8, 2011. Despite the modest size, the event drew high-profile attendants like the Mayor of Gimhae, local members of parliament, and personnel from Korea Communications Commission and Ministry of the Knowledge Economy.
SEOUL, KOREA — The South Korean government is focused on strengthening the local software industry to be globally competitive by creating a symbiotic ecosystem and promoting a culture infused with young talent. Designated as World Best Software (WBS), the Mi
SEOUL, KOREA — Big things come in small packages. As man expands the world and discovers new possibilities, size becomes an essential property of our technological revolution. With the emergence of new technologies, miniaturization is the name of the game.
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