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KACST drones participate in KAUST research

KAUST and King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) have joined efforts in developing autonomous sensing systems. READ MORE

Sustaining Saudi Arabia's reefs for the future

Prof. Michael Berumen addresses the importance of promoting education about the value of marine life conservation. READ MORE

Earthquake predictions revisited

Icelandic and Swedish researchers including KAUST's Dr. Sigurjón Jónsson, publish findings on potential precursors of earthquakes. READ MORE

KAUST acquires new supercomputer

The new Cray XC40 supercomputer, called Shaheen II, will be twenty-five times more powerful than KAUST’s current system. READ MORE

Great turnout for Enrichment in Fall

Dr. David Keyes extolled the new motto for the Enrichment in Fall program, "Enrich others, one is enriched." READ MORE

Behind the Lab: New gene research

Prof. Mark Tester talks about his work with plants as KAUST's Associate Director of the Center of Desert Agriculture. WATCH VIDEO

FEP lecture introduces ornithology to KAUST

Visiting Professor Kimberly Smith from the University of Arkansas treated KAUST to an interesting look into the life and behavior of birds.READ MORE

Student Council works for the benefit of all

KAUST's Graduate Student Council was established by a few outgoing founding class students who wanted to give a voice to the new students. READ MORE

Assembling the atomic pieces of the big puzzle

More cross-disciplinary research collaborations ahead with the completion of KAUST's first structural biology lab. READ MORE

Chirpy resolution to a shocking problem

A postdoctoral fellow worked on exploiting "chirp," an ultra-rapid scan phenomenon that occurs in semiconductor lasers, to produce a laser-based sensor.READ MORE

New Students: Apply now for Fall 2015

We are currently accepting M.S. and Ph.D. applications for Fall 2015 until January 1, 2015. APPLY TODAY