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  1. Roads extending 513 km to be completed, expanded by year's endRead the original story

    Sunday | English Dong-A

    Roads extending 513 km to be completed, expanded by year's end . JULY 27, 2015 07:17.

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  2. POSCO Finally Throws In The Towel On Its India Steel Venture; A 'Lost Cause,' IndeedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jul 23 | Seeking Alpha

    Normally, when a project of this size is called off, it sends ripples throughout the entire steel sector, and even negatively affects the stock market. Yet, when a few days ago, South Korean steelmaker POSCO let it be known that it had decided to put its much-vexed $12 billion project to build a steel plant in India's iron ore-rich state Odisha on hold, the reaction in India as well as globally was muted.

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  3. POSCO The Great: The Path To Reclaim GreatnessRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Seeking Alpha

    POSCO currently trades like a regular old steel business, but is the most technologically advanced steel company in the world. The most technologically advanced, lowest-cost steel producer in the world is POSCO .

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  4. New, nontoxic surgical glue helps heal wounds without scar or inflammationRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Medical News

    One of the most basic yet important surgical skills to keep a patient alive and intact may be closing wounds. It seems that doctors will now get the job done with more ease thanks to new, nontoxic surgical glue that instantly seals a bleeding wound and helps it heal without a scar or inflammation.

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  5. Mussel-inspired surgical glue shuts down bleeding wounds in 60 secondsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Gizmag

    A new type of adhesive inspired by mussels is promised to heal wounds faster and with less inflammation The ability of mussels to stubbornly bind themselves to underwater surfaces has intrigued scientists for years. If this ability could be recreated in the lab, it could lead to new adhesives for all kinds of applications.

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  6. New mussel-inspired surgical protein glue: Close wounds, open medical possibilitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 22 | Medical News Today

    One of the most basic yet important surgical skills to keep a patient alive and intact may be closing wounds. It seems that doctors will now get the job done with more ease thanks to new, nontoxic surgical glue that instantly seals a bleeding wound and helps it heal without a scar or inflammation .

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  7. Mussel-Inspired Surgical Glue Closes Wounds, Opens PossibilitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jul 21 | Surgical Products

    One of the most basic yet important surgical skills to keep a patient alive and intact may be closing wounds. It seems that doctors will now get the job done with more ease thanks to new, nontoxic surgical glue that instantly seals a bleeding wound and helps it heal without a scar or inflammation.

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  8. POSCO puts USD 12 billion Odisha project on holdRead the original story

    Friday Jul 17 | Newkerala.com

    South Korean steelmaking company Pohang Iron and Steel Company has decided to put its project in Odisha on hold due to delays in regulatory approvals. According to reports, POSCO has cited lack of progress as the reason for company's decision to tentatively suspend the Odisha project.

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  9. Posco Plans - Aggressive' Cut in Non-Core Units to Focus on SteelRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 15 | The Washington Post

    Posco pledged to cut operations at home and abroad as South Korea's biggest steelmaker seeks to focus on its main business in an effort to combat a global slump. The company will reduce the number of its domestic-market business units by 50 percent and those overseas by 30 percent, Pohang-based Posco said in a statement.

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  10. KORAIL to Hike KTX Fares in AugustRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 7 | Chosun Ilbo

    Fares for some trains will rise in August. "With the opening of the new route of Korea's bullet train KTX between Daejeon and Daegu, fares will rise by W600 to W1,000," KORAIL said Tuesday.

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  11. Scientists create safer Li-ion batt from porous solidRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Jul 5 | Electronic Engineering Times Asia

    South Korean researchers at the Center for Self-assembly and Complexity, Institute for Basic Science , Department of Chemistry and Division of Advanced Materials Science at Pohang University, have developed a new LIB made from a porous solid, which greatly improves its performance as well as reducing the risks due to overheating. Since 2002, there have been over 40 recalls in the United States alone due to fire or explosion risk from LIBs used in consumer electronic devices.

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  12. S Korean researchers develop new solid-state electrolyte for...Read the original story

    Sunday Jul 5 | Green Car Congress

    South Korean researchers at the Center for Self-assembly and Complexity, Institute for Basic Science , Department of Chemistry and Division of Advanced Materials Science at Pohang University, have - Dr. Kimoon Kim, corresponding author Simple incorporation of various lithium precursors to porous CB[6] exhibits high lithium ion conductivities, mobility and safer dried solid lithium electrolytes. Park et al. Click to enlarge.

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  13. Prosecutors raided POSCO over alleged corruptionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jul 3 | Korea Herald

    Prosecutors said Friday they have raided the Seoul office of POSCO, the latest in a series of investigations into alleged corruptions involving South Korea's top steelmaker. Prosecutors confiscated accounting books, internal documents and computer hard disks at the Seoul office.

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  14. Jeonbuk coach Lee gets 200th win in KoreaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jul 1 | Channelnewsasia.com

    Jeonbuk coach Choi Kang-hee picked up his 200th career K League win on Wednesday after a double from veteran striker Lee Dong-guk gave the South Korean leaders a 2-1 win over Busan. South Korea's national soccer team manager Choi Kang-Hee attends a media conference at a hotel in Marlow, southern England February 5, 2013.

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  15. Retired soccer player Cha Du-ri topped K-league All-Star votesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 30 | English Dong-A

    Retired soccer player Cha Du-ri topped K-league All-Star votes . JULY 01, 2015 08:27.

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  16. 50-year balance sheet of normalization of Seoul-Tokyo tiesRead the original story

    Jun 22, 2015 | English Dong-A

    JUNE 23, 2015 07:22. . 'Pohang Iron & Steel Co. was constructed with bloods of our ancestors.'

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  17. Suspicion tarnishes 50th anniversary of Japanese-South Korean tiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 21, 2015 | The Japan Times

    Businesspeople from Japan and South Korea gather to discuss bilateral economic ties in Seoul in February ahead of the 50th anniversary of the normalization of diplomatic relations on Monday. The two countries signed the normalization treaty on June 22, 1965.

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  18. Graphene Filaments Provide Tunable On-Chip Light SourceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2015 | Photonics Spectra

    NEW YORK, June 15, 2015 - Incandescent bulbs may be a thing of the past, but the principle of light-emitting filaments may have a new use in displays and optical communications. Researchers from the U.S. and South Korea collaborated to develop an on-chip visible light source using filaments made of graphene.

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  19. Novel excuse for failing a drug testit was my moustache growth cream, honestRead the original story

    Jun 12, 2015 | World Soccer

    The South Korean forward Kang Soo-il has come up with a novel excuse for failing a drugs test, by blaming it upon a moustache-growing cream. The K-League said the Jeju United player had tested positive for the anabolic steroid methyltestosterone after a sample was taken by the Korea Anti-Doping Agency, Yonhap News reported.

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  20. Victim of Japan's wartime sex slavery di...Read the original story w/Photo

    Jun 11, 2015 | Korea Herald

    A victim of Japan's wartime sex slavery has died of natural causes at 91, reducing to 50 the number of surviving victims. Only 238 women have been registered with the South Korean government as former sex slaves, though historians estimate more than 200,000 women, mostly Koreans, were enslaved by the Japanese during the war.

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