Yonsei University is one of Korea’s most research-intensive universities with a thriving community of innovative and world-leading researchers. The scope of significant research at Yonsei University is broad and diverse, including the fields of medicine, biochemistry, health, engineering, materials science, chemistry, and neuroscience, as well as the areas of the humanities and social sciences. To address the challenges of a rapidly changing society, Yonsei University pursues interdisciplinary and convergence research initiatives to energize networks between academic fields and across campuses, supported with a research ecosystem that increasingly transcends disciplinary boundaries via university policies. Yonsei University’s 123 research centers conduct interdisciplinary, policy-relevant research and foster globally-minded, creative leaders of convergence research. Aspiring researchers can choose from a wide variety of options, from a short summer research internship in Seoul to a postdoctoral placement in nanomaterials at Y-IBS Center for Nanomedicine. Learn more about Yonsei University’s research statistics, research-focused centers, and researcher stories that help provide insight into the present and future society.