DAEJEON, South Korea, Sept. 8, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- On September 9, the Global Strategic Institute at KAIST will delve into innovative future strategies for the medical and bio-engineering sectors that have been disrupted by COVID-19. KAIST is the first and top science and technology university in Korea. from 8 AM - 9 PM ET, Copyright © 2020 PR Newswire Association LLC. Inclusive educational innovations in the post-COVID-19 era. Global Strategic Institute at KAIST featured world-renowned scholars who discussed an array of bioengineering technologies that will improve our quality and span of life. Two distinguished professors in the field of genetic engineering technology Professor George McDonald Church and Professor Kwang-Soo Kim from Harvard Medical School shared their latest breakthroughs. KAIST was established in 1971 by the Korean government to educate scientists and engineers committed to the industrialization and economic growth of Korea. * 축하댓글 달아주셨던 박무현 민희태 이상헌 최현정 김창윤 최동운 김수진 배규현 주지은 윤태호 페이스북 친구분들 입니다 :) 축하드려요 ! He also described the gaps between developed countries and developing regions in implementing education platforms. We will get in touch with you shortly. Professor Kwang-Soo Kim, a KAIST alumnus from Harvard Medical School who recently reported new discoveries for Parkinson's disease treatment by reprogramming a patient's own skin cells to replace cells in the brain, will introduce the latest clinical cell treatment technologies based on personalized therapeutics. *카이스트 공식 페이스북 오픈 기념 댓글이벤트 당첨자는~??? The KPC4IR hosted a second GSI international forum to envision challenges for educational innovation in the non-contact society in the post-coronavirus era. On the precipice of its semi-centennial anniversary in 2021, KAIST continues to strive to make the world better through the pursuit in education, research, entrepreneurship, and globalization. He shared his ideas on how this crisis could be leveraged to advance the educational environment. All rights reserved. Professor Jong-Hwan Kim’s research team defined a 3-D scene graph, which represents physical environments .. 3-Dimensional Catalysts Facilitate Conversion of CO2 into Useful Fuels. Prof George discussed the advancement of gene editing and genome technology to overcome diseases and contribute to extending human life spans. Professor Jin-Hyung Lee from Stanford University and Dr. David B. Resnik from the National Institute of Environmental Health Science also joined the speaker lineup to discuss genetics-based personalized solutions to extend human life spans. KAIST GSI forum explores big questions in the medical and bio-engineering revolution caused by the COVID-19 in fight against infectious diseases and life quality. Live-streamed on Youtube, Naver TV, and KTV on June 24, 2020, the Forum gathered 15 global experts and advisors of educational issues to examine significant challenges for the future of education in an increasingly non-contact society and envision inclusive educational innovations in the post-COVID-19 era. All Rights Reserved. The President of the National Academy of Medicine in the US will share ideal policies to back up the bio-engineering and medical sectors and Futurist Thomas Frey from the Davinci Institute will present his distinct perspectives on our future lives after COVID-19. Senior Vice President and Chief Product Officer of Illumina Susan Tousi, a leading genome sequencing solution provider, described genome analysis technology and explore the potential for disease prevention. Korean Prime Minister Sye-Kyun Chung will also deliver a speech explaining the government's response to COVID-19 and vaccine development strategies. Professor George McDonald Church from Harvard Medical School who developed genome sequencing will deliver a keynote speech on how the advancement of gene editing and genome technology will overcome diseases and contribute to extending human life spans. 1 North Bridge Road,#08-08 High Street Centre, Singapore 179094Tel : +65-63369142Fax : +65-63369145, © 2020 MM Activ Sci-Tech Communications. If we want to build back better from the current pandemic paralysis, there is no doubt that we should begin with the problems of education affecting all of us as teachers, students, parents, or citizens. KPC4IR (Korea Policy Center for the 4th Industrial Revolution) together with GSI (Global Strategy Institute) hosted the Second GSI International Forum on challenges for educational innovation in the non-contact society in the post-coronavirus era. Approximately 29 percent of youth worldwide, around 346 million individuals, have difficulty accessing online education due to a widening digital divide. Minerva School’s CEO, Ben Nelson, and Coursera CEO, Jeff Maggioncalda were among the eminent speakers who shared their insights on the new transformations at higher education institutions. Global Strategic Institute at KAIST featured world-renowned scholars who discussed an array of bioengineering technologies that will improve our quality and span of life Photo Credit: Freepik . Thanks for contacting us! She added that “education is fundamentally about change for the better – whether for individuals or societies. Should we be cautious of viewing COVID-19 vaccine as silver bullet? They will engage in a Q&A session and a discussion with the speakers. His thought-provoking insights on advancements in the bioengineering sector will examine whether humanity can put an end to infectious diseases and find new ways to lengthen our lives. Korea explores post-COVID-19 medical and bio-engineering revolution. http://www.kaist.ac.krPress Contact: Younghye Cho [email protected] [email protected], SOURCE KAIST(Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology), Cision Distribution 888-776-0942 Senior Vice President and Chief Product Officer of Illumina Susan Tousi, a leading genome sequencing solution provider, will describe genome analysis technology and explore the potential for disease prevention. 3-D Scene Graph: A Sparse and Semantic Representation of Physical .. This is the GSI's third online forum since the first one in April that covered the socio-economic implications of the global pandemic and the second one in June focusing on the education sector. Prof Kim discussed new discoveries for Parkinson's disease treatment by reprogramming a patient's own skin cells to replace cells in the brain will introduce the latest clinical cell treatment technologies based on personalized therapeutics. KAIST medical scientist Jeong Ho Lee, who was the first to identify the causes of intractable epilepsies and has identified the genes responsible for several developmental brain disorders. The online forum features a speaker lineup of world-renowned scholars who will discuss an array of bio-engineering technologies that will improve our quality of life and even extend our life span. The second session was looked at issues of digital inequity. The moderator of the Forum, So Young Kim, who is also the director of the KPC4IR, commented that “KAIST has been the forerunner in the educational innovation. Professor Jin-Hyung Lee from Stanford University and Dr. David B. Resnik from the National Institute of Environmental Health Science will also join the speaker lineup to discuss genetics-based personalized solutions to extend human life spans. 2 nd GSI International forum was held to envision the challenges for educational innovation in the post-COVID-19 era Introduction to KI The World-leading University Hub of Nano Convergence Research. Korean Prime Minister Sye-Kyun Chung also delivered a speech explaining the government's response to COVID-19 and vaccine development strategies. The President of the National Academy of Medicine in the US shared ideal policies to back up the bio-engineering and medical sectors and Futurist Thomas Frey from the Davinci Institute presented his distinct perspectives on our future lives after COVID-19. Since then, KAIST and its 64,739 graduates have been the gateway to advanced science and technology, innovation, and entrepreneurship. KAIST President Sung-Chul Shin’s opening remarks stressed that technological breakthroughs should be used to benefit all, and the private and public sectors should collaborate to facilitate an inclusive educational environment. As for innovation in higher education, Vice President at Microsoft Anthony Salcito and Professor Tae Eog Lee of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering at KAIST discussed various solutions of education innovation they have worked on and the future plans for further expansion. Director General at the Ministry of Science and ICT, Sang Wook Kang, explained the inevitable online transition accompanying the educational disruptions due to COVID-19. This was the GSI's third online forum since the first one in April that covered the socio-economic implications of the global pandemic and the second one in June focusing on the education sector. KAIST team developed multi-stacked 3-dimensional Au catalyst architecture to enhance the electrochemical CO2 reduction .. 3D high definition urban map for smart city. KAIST has emerged as one of the most innovative universities with more than 10,000 students enrolled in five colleges and seven schools including 1,039 international students from 90 countries. The forum invited about 50 young scientists and medical researchers from around the world to participate in an online panel session. Copyright © 2015 KAIST MATRIX. October 6, 2020. News provided by. Global Strategic Institute at Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) launched innovative future strategies for the medical and bio-engineering sectors that have been disrupted by COVID-19. All rights reserved | Disclaimer, Web Interface Conceived and Powered By : SCI Knowledge Interlinks. Stay tuned for the 3rd #KAIST GSI-IF 2020!

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