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Nov 16, 2020 AI and the Future of Research Korean Language and Literature with AI: Artificial intelligence dates ancient manuscripts written in Korean (Hangul) Nov 16, 2020 BIOPOP, the Korean lab leading the way in African pastoralism research Kwondo Kim, a former student of Professor Heebal Kim (Department of Food and Animal Biotechnology), is currently a researcher at the National Institute of Health, an agency of the U.S Department of Health and Human Services. Oct 22, 2020 SNU Hosts “COVID-19 Vaccines: Where Are We?” Online Seminar On September 18, the SNU College of Medicine COVID-19 Science Committee hosted, under the leadership of Director General of the International Vaccine Institute (IVI) and world-renowned expert in HIV vaccine research Jerome Kim, the online seminar titled, “COVID-19 Vaccines: Where Are We?” where the current state of global research for vaccines against the SARS-CoV-2 virus was raised. Oct 08, 2020 Digital Solutions to School Life under COVID-19 As the pandemic persists, students and faculty of Seoul National University (SNU) have had to abide by the social distancing mandate. Oct 07, 2020 SNUSR Finds Ways to Volunteer during the Pandemic COVID-19 has changed the way students engage in volunteer work. Since its founding in 2013 the SNU Global Institute of Social Responsibility (SNUSR) has sent volunteer groups each break to developing countries such as Laos, Vietnam and Uzbekistan, but this year it canceled all of its overseas programs. Sep 29, 2020 The stone-base illusion Traditional Korean buildings dating back hundreds of years have held a fascinating secret recently uncovered by Professor Oh. Sep 29, 2020 SNU Professors Contribute To “Considerations On COVID-19 From The Perspective Of The Humanities” On August 20, the National Research Foundation of Korea (NRF) announced its publication of the issue report titled “Considerations on COVID-19 from the Perspective of the Humanities” to which several professors of the SNU College of Humanities contributed. Sep 24, 2020 Hallyu after BTS - Studying Pop Culture in a Digitally Globalized World The Cultural Studies Lab is keenly observing new cultural forms that emerge in Korean digital culture Sep 17, 2020 Unveiling the Secrets of the Universe by Black Hole Observation Research This year, you were awarded the Breakthrough Prize in Fundamental Physics as part of the Event Horizon Telescope Collaboration. Sep 16, 2020 Learning about past and present at SNU Library As the year in which we commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Korean War, the 60th anniversary of the April 19th Revolution, 50 years since the death of labor rights activist Jeon Tae-Il, and the 40th anniversary of the May 18th Democratic Uprising, 2020 marks an important year in Korean contemporary history. Sep 16, 2020 T-um [티움]: “Sprouting” Ideas that Make a Difference At the SNU College of Business Administration, you can find a large variety of professional associations where students can develop their sector expertise, as well as clubs where they can get together to share their common hobbies and interests. Sep 16, 2020 The House that Stories (and Movies) Built Even for those who are not movie buffs, his name instantly rings a bell. He is known for providing bite-sized critiques for almost every movie released in the nation in clear, concise and objective language, maneuvering through books, articles, blogs, radio, and even public television to share his insights.