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Q&A: Seaweed—weighing the many health benefits and potential risks

Phys Dot Org 10 Jul 2024
We both grew up in South Korea, and like other East Asian countries like Japan and China, in the South Korean peninsula, we are exposed to the different types of seaweed and always hear about how great it is for health.

US, allies raise concerns over Chinese hackers

The Hill 09 Jul 2024
The U.S., the United Kingdom, Canada, New Zealand, South Korea and Japan all joined in on the advisory ... The warning did not list why it was being released now, but the timing suggests that the group is still active, the Journal noted.

Brain Damage Caused by COVID-19 mRNA Vaccines

GlobalResearch 26 Jun 2024
Komano talked about a study from South Korea, recently published in the International Journal of Medicine by Roh et al ... A total of 4,348,412 individuals living in Seoul, South Korea, constituting 50% of the population, were included and investigated.

Niacinamide for the skin: Benefits, uses, how it compares to retinol

Gulf News 24 Jun 2024
In fact, a 2019 study by South Korea based researchers published in the international peer-reviewed journal Biomolecules and Therapeutics showed that niacinamide even improved DNA repair following ...

Boys Over Flower fame Goo Hye Sun lands admission in prestigious university KAIST to pursue master's

Pinkvilla 20 Jun 2024
... recently announced on Instagram her acceptance into the Master's program in Science Journalism at KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), a prestigious institution in South Korea.

On Our Radar: Gov. Kemp briefs local news during business visit to South Korea

Savannah Morning News 15 Jun 2024
Brian Kemp provided a dispatch from a business visit to South Korea where he met with Hyundai officials ... Deadline for the On Our Radar series will be the end of day each Friday.Kemp holds call with Savannah news media during South Korea visit.
photo: AP / Ahn Young-joon
A TV screen shows an image of North Korean leader Kim Jong Un during a news program at the Seoul Railway Station in Seoul, South Korea, Tuesday, Jan. 16, 2024

Kim Jong Un’s new line more bark than bite

Asiatimes 03 Jun 2024

Why are South Korean babies and children suing their government?

Al Jazeera 01 Jun 2024
... climate case in South Korea? ... If the court rules in the favour of the plaintiffs, South Korea may have to be more ambitious in its next round of climate plans, experts told the journal Nature.

Kim a mortal menace or playing mind games?

Asiatimes 31 May 2024
This is part one in a two-part series on the implications of North Korea’s recent official change of stance toward South Korea, and is adapted from the author’s recent chapter in Comparative Connections ... Kim’s new stance on South Korea.

North Korea launches an annoying tactic over the border: trash and manure balloons

Business Insider 29 May 2024
Days before the balloons landed in South Korea, a North Korean official vowed retaliation via "paper and filth," The Wall Street Journal reported. South Korea's military discovered the balloons near ...

South Korean Scientists Develop a Fast and Affordable Method to Produce Diamonds

The Epoch Times 29 May 2024
Scientists from South Korea’s Institute for Basic Science (IBS) published a study in the scientific journal Nature at the end of April about the development of a method involving liquid ...

Unraveling the drought dilemma in South Korea: Can reservoirs be a carbon source?

Phys Dot Org 20 May 2024
During spring, the onset of rice planting necessitates ample water in rice paddies and fields in South Korea ... over South Korea, Water Research (2024) ... Unraveling the drought dilemma in South Korea.

New method may facilitate the use of graphene nanoribbons in nanoelectronics

Phys Dot Org 20 May 2024
Michael Urbakh and Prof. Oded Hod from TAU's School of Chemistry, as well as scientists from China, South Korea, and Japan. The study was published in the journal Nature. Prof. Urbakh and Prof ... Prof. Urbakh and Prof ... More information ... Journal information.

Putin’s China visit highlights military ties that worry West

The Spokesman-Review 17 May 2024
The institute also trained North Korean scientists who worked on North Korea’s nuclear weapons program, according to The Wall Street Journal and South Korean media ... Korea,” Garlauskas said.

DoST exec is PH's first Measurement Science doctor

The Manila Times 16 May 2024
Supervising science research specialist Maryness Salazar graduated in February 2024 with a doctorate in Measurement Science from the University of Science and Technology in South Korea ... in South Korea.

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