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IDKAIST and Graduate School of Medical Science and Engineering co-organized the First Wednesday Multidisciplinary Forum. The forum was held on 7 November 2018, from 12:00 to 13:00 at Creative Learning Bldg (E11), KAIST. Prof. Sangsu Lee from IDKAST gave a talk entitled "The Role of Design in the Era of Voice UI". Prof. Jeong Ho Lee from Graduate School of Medical Science and Engineering gave a talk entitled "Understanding of Human Brain Disorders through Genomics".  

 

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