[Issue 7] Genetic Scissors To Cut Out Specific Genome

December 7, 2011
Exhibition Drawing Joseon, Encountering Joseon: Stories about Maps, Roads and Travel
The Kyujanggak Institute for Korean Studies is currently holding a special exhibition with old maps and travel records from the Joseon era (1392-1910) until December 17.
Campus Kyujanggak, the Cradle of Korean Document Culture
"This is where my dream will come true." This is what King Jeongjo of the Joseon dynasty exclaimed as he looked upon Kyujanggak in 1776.
Campus SNU's Traditional Teahouse Da Hyang Man Dang
There sure are lots of coffee shops on the SNU campus! Some of us can't live without coffee, but how about a nice cup of tea once in a while?
Research Genetic Scissors To Cut Out Specific Genome
Professor KIM Jin-Soo has developed a new method to easily select cells with mutated genes using so called"genetic scissor" and published the result on journal Nature Methods.

Donation Novelist Son Jang Soon Donates 2 Billion KRW to SNU
"I have written books thinking life is transient but it came to me one day that I should do something worthwhile as the last thing I do in my life.".

Students Law School Students Supporting Laborers Suffering from Industrial Diseases
Students from SNU Law School are supporting those suffering from industrial diseases acquired during their employment at the factories of Samsung Semiconductor.
Advertisement 2012 SNU Calendar On Sale
New year's calendars are on sale at SNU souvenir shops. The Kyujanggak made a calendar with its old maps and SNU Press manufactured desktop calendar with pictures of campus scenery.
Events College of Fine Arts Degree Show (~ Dec.11)
College of Fine Arts is holding the degree show until December 11. You can see students' works at SNU Museum of Arts (MoA) andall buildings of the College.

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