Saudi Arabia


KAUST Researchers
27 Feb 2017
Anonymously pairing network users could expand the capability of the next generation of wireless networks
22 Feb 2017
Africa now joins Southeast Asia in hosting parasites partially resistant to the first-line antimalaria drug, artemisinin.
An international collaboration at KAUST
21 Feb 2017
KAUST studies of the effects and transport of dust in the atmosphere yields insights about pollution, climate, agriculture, industry and health
20 Feb 2017
Highly sensitive electron cameras allow researchers to see the atomic structure of metal-organic frameworks.
Gene sequences and symbiosis
20 Feb 2017
Genome sequences of dinoflagellate algae indicate how they maintain their symbiotic relationship with corals.
graphene biosensors
13 Feb 2017
Inscribing porous, carbonized patterns into a polymer creates sensitive electrodes that detect biological molecules.
13 Feb 2017
An antibiotic resistant strain of bacteria found circulating in Jeddah’s municipal wastewater could have severe implications for public health.
Corals in the Red Sea
08 Feb 2017
Researchers in Saudi Arabia show the close association between corals and bacteria that may help protect the coral animal from heat stress.
Quinoa quest to feed the world
07 Feb 2017
The sequencing of a high-quality quinoa genome by a KAUST-led team supports global food security and the production of crops to feed millions of people - FOR EMBARGOED RELEASE – Wednesday, February 8, 2017, 6:00 p.m. GMT
06 Feb 2017
A new approach to analyzing household electricity: smart-meter data could improve the performance and efficiency of national power grids.
2D Materials Figure
06 Feb 2017
A simple model is shown to accurately predict the electronic properties of a combination of 2D semiconductors.
31 Jan 2017
Sensitive detection of partial faults in antenna systems could prevent performance degradation in wireless networks.
30 Jan 2017
A gene-editing method shows promise for using targeted gene-replacement therapy in living organisms.
22 Jan 2017
Pairing two catalysts in a single, illuminated reaction flask proves to be a light-bulb moment for organic synthesis.
Water from Waste
22 Jan 2017
A material made by combining a metal and a polymer can help generate hydrogen and fresh water from wastewater.
19 Jan 2017
The dynamic three-dimensional organization of chromosomal structure can profoundly influence plant gene expression
Power of attraction
19 Jan 2017
Hybrid organic-inorganic materials can self-assemble into tiny doughnut-like structures.
Solar Energy
10 Jan 2017
Reliable processing of an efficient solar cell material depends on how the solvent is removed.
graphics card
10 Jan 2017
A highly efficient mathematical solver designed to run on graphics processors gives scientists and engineers a powerful new tool for a common computational problem.
Image Name
09 Jan 2017
A process developed by researchers in Saudi Arabia prints high-performance silicon-based computers on to soft, sticker-like surfaces that can be attached anywhere.
E-sticker revolution
20 Dec 2016
A new data mining strategy by KAUST offers unprecedented pattern search speed could lead to new insights from massive data
JACS figure
20 Dec 2016
Surrounding silver nanoclusters with hydrogen-rich shells offers new opportunities in catalysis and opto-electronics.
Clownfish at home
19 Dec 2016
Identification of candidate pathways in clownfish shows they can control responses to population alterations.
14 Dec 2016
Jean-Marie Basset, a distinguished professor of chemical science and director of the Catalysis Center at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, has been named a Fellow of the US National Academy of Inventors (NAI).
12 Dec 2016
Research at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST), Saudi Arabia, finds that silver atoms can be crafted into a box-shaped nanocluster by careful selection of ligand molecules.
12 Dec 2016
Advanced numerical models are helping researchers identify potential sites to exploit offshore wind and wave energy in the Red Sea region.
Generating cleaner power
05 Dec 2016
The characterization of compounds produced in combustion could lead to cleaner, more efficient power stations.


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