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What is Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI)?

The Korea Atomic Energy Research Institute (KAERI) is a government-funded research institute of South Korea. It contributes to academic advancement, energy acquisition, and utilization of nuclear energy through active research and development in related fields.

Since its establishment in 1959, KAERI has been the only research institute in Korea dedicated to nuclear energy. It was established in accordance with "the Act on the Establishment, Operation and Fostering of Government-funded Science and Technology Research Institutes, etc". Over the past 60 years, it has accelerated developments in nuclear technology and made significant achievements, including the localization of PHWR and PWR reactors, the design of a Nuclear Steam Supply System(NSSS) - applied to Uljin Units 3 & 4 - and the design and construction of the multi-purpose research reactor HANARO.

As the first research institute of science and technology in South Korea and one of the world's best centers of nuclear research, KAERI is building a safe society centered on people and the environment. It will continue to expand into new fields, improving quality of life while attaining higher standards in safety and reliability.

[Source: https://www.kaeri.re.kr/eng/board?menuId=MENU00709]


KAERI and HemoHIM

HemoHIM was developed as a part of KAERI's Research and Development (R&D) activities, by the Bio-Technology Team of KAERI.

Development of HemoHIM was fitting with the Bio-Technology Team's one of five research objectives and contents, which is:
development of novel bio-molecules for pharmaceutical purposes and immunity-enhancing natural composition for the elderly and cancer patients (e.g., HemoHIM).
Development of HemoHIM, a herbal complex for enhancing immune system (Acquisition for health food as raw materials from KMFDS) is one of KAERI Bio-Technology Team's main achievements.

[Source: https://www.kaeri.re.kr/artie/board?menuId=MENU00867]

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