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New findings in alcohol combustion research

Prof. Sarathy talks about his team's findings on alcohol combustion in reactors, shock tubes, rapid compression machines and research engines.READ MORE

Unique structure of chiral gold nanowires discovered

Researchers show that it is possible to fabricate chiral metallic nanostructures from highly symmetric atoms.

Desert provides an oasis for drought research

Dr. Liming Xiong talks about his whole plant approach to drought tolerance research

Unearthing the history of Mada’in Saleh

French archaeologist and epigraphist Dr. Laila Nehme gives keynote lecture on the Nabateans

Desalination project wins Global Challenge

KAUST's project on hybrid multi-effect adsorption desalination was named a winner in this year's Global Technology Challenge at SWPF. READ MORE

President Chameau speaks at 2015 SWPF in Riyadh

KAUST President Jean-Lou Chameau speaks on innovating for Saudi Arabia’s future at 2015 Saudi Water and Power Forum . READ MORE

KAUST launches corporate innovation program

KAUST's REVelate is the first ‘homegrown’ corporate innovation program in the gulf region. READ MORE

KAUST year in review

See some selected highlights of yet another year of achievements at KAUST. READ MORE

Conference focuses on electron microscopy

The University hosted Electron Microscopy Frontiers, its first international symposium on state-of-the-art electron microscopy techniques.

CEMSE science photo wins competition

A photograph of the work done by KAUST researchers won the 2014 Art in Science photography competition.

Dow SISCA Awards promote sustainability

KAUST Ph.D. students took part in this year’s Dow Chemical Company-sponsored Sustainability Innovation Student Challenge Award (SISCA).

Unique features of bacterium isolated from Red Sea

Researchers from KAUST's Red Sea Research Center and CBRC just had a paper published on what they found when examining the genetic makeup of a low-abundant bacterium that lives in the Red Sea.

Volcano eruption in Iceland helps expand research

KAUST researchers have the rare chance to conduct ground measurements and field observations during an ongoing magma intrusion. READ MORE

Applications for Fall 2015 under review

Applications for Fall 2015 are currently being reviewed and will be accepted through to February 14th.