Scientists from Yonsei University in South Korea tried the approach with a dish of colon cancer cells.
What does YSU stand for?
YSU stands for Yonsei University (South Korea)
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- Young Student Travel Award (European Meteorological Society; Berlin, Germany)
- Yuba Sutter Transit Authority
- Young Scientist Travel Grant (International Symposium on Antennas and Propagation)
- You Seem to Have Misspelled
- Yorkshire Science and Technology Network
- Youth Science and Technology Outreach Program (Canada)
- Yankton Sioux Tribal Tourism Association (Wagner, SD)
- Yakutsk State University (Russia)
- Yerevan State University
- Yokohama Shosen Unyu (Japan)
- York Simpson Underwood (real estate firm; North Carolina)
- Youngstown State University
- Youth Service Unit (various locations)
- Yerevan State University of Architecture and Construction
- Youth Symphony for United Nations
- Young Street Vocal Band (Canadian Christian band)
- Youth Sports Video Network
- Yellowstone Valley Railroad
- Youth Service Volunteers Society (Tanzania)
- Yeah Sure Whatever
Samples in periodicals archive:
Scientists at Yonsei University in Seoul, South Korea, found in laboratory tests that over half of bowel cancer cells exposed to the nanoparticles and put between two magnets were destroyed by magnetic activation.
Samsung SDS has a track record in providing DSC solutions to the National Museum of Korea and other top local universities including Yonsei University.
The four-year course includes a year at Yonsei University in the South Korean capital, Seoul.
He holds a BS and an MS in business administration from Seoul National University and a PhD in management of technology from Yonsei University.
While negotiations are underway to sign a MoU with KAIST and Yonsei University.
He has been an invited speaker at Harvard Medical School and other universities and conferences around the world, and served as a visiting professor at the Department of Medicine at the University of Illinois at Chicago; Panjab University, India; Medical University of Vienna, Austria; and Yonsei University School of Medicine, Seoul, Korea.
Pang is Associate Professor of Intercultural Theology and World Christianity in the College of Theology and the United Graduate School of Theology at Yonsei University, Seoul, Korea.