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Accomplishments

The world’s 6th most
innovative research institute, KIST
HHS tops Reuters’ second annual ranking of the Top 25 Global Innovators – Government, a list that
identifies and ranks the publicly funded institutions doing the most to advance science and technology.
The rankings were compiled in partnership with Clarivate Analytics, formerly the Intellectual Property
& Science business of Thomson Reuters, and are based on proprietary data and analysis of indicators
including patent filings and research paper citations.
ⓒ Reuters www.reuters.com/innovation/most-innovative-institutions-2017/compare
1th Health & Human Services Laboratories USA
2th Alternative Energies and Atomic Energy Commission France
3th Fraunhofer Society Germany
4th Japan Science & Technology Agency Japan
5th National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science & Technology France
6th Korea Institute of Science & Technology South Korea
7th Medical Research Council UK
8th National Center for Scientific Research France
9th French Institute of Health & Medical Research France
10th Agency for Science Technology & Research Singapore

Graduates

Total : 523 (March,2018)
28 different countries
Nationality
The Number of Students
Bangladesh
30
Cambodia
1
Canada
2
China
18
Costa Rica
3
Egypt
13
East Timor
1
Ethiopia
2
France
2
Germany
1
India
36
Indonesia
76
Iran
2
Israel
1
Nationality
The Number of Students
Korea
199
Malaysia
3
Mongolia
5
Nepal
8
Nigeria
4
Pakistan
22
Philippine
3
Russia
2
Rwanda
1
Thailand
5
Ukraine
12
USA
4
Vietnam
66
Tunisia
1

Research Performance

Dr. Shahzad Faisal
17 Ph.D. graduate (Pakistan)
Science(2016) 34.661/3.17% (IF/JCR)
Electromagnetic interference shielding
with 2D transition metal carbides (MXenes)
Science, Vol 353, Issue 6304, 09 September 2016
ⓒScience ⓒCell
Dr.Bo-Eun Yoon
12 Ph.D. graduate (Republic of Korea)
Science (2010) 31.364/3.39% (IF/JCR)
Channel-Mediated Tonic GABA
Release from Glia
Science, Vol. 330, Issue. 6005, 15 October 2010
ⓒScience ⓒCell
Dr.Dongho Woo
12 Ph.D. graduate (Republic of Korea)
Cell (2012) 32.403/0.55%(IF/JCR)
TREK-1 and Best1 channels mediate fast and slow glutamate release in astrocytes upon GPCR activation
Cell 151, 25–40, 28 September 2012
ⓒScience ⓒCell