By partnering with the Marine Technology Society, KAUST is expanding its access to the best people and practices in marine technology.
The Future of Semiconductors Forum 2023 brought together top stakeholders from the industry to discuss the future of the field and Saudi Arabia’s role
How a sea anemone uses its algal symbionts to assimilate nitrogen in nutrient-poor waters.
KAUST Professor of Environmental Science and Engineering Dr. Pascal Saikaly joins Julie West to discuss low-cost water reuse technologies.
A science publications partnership between King Abdullah University of Science and Technology and Frontiers for Young Minds.
A newly found protein complex plays a vital role in RNA protection and stability during its journey between DNA and the cell’s protein factory.
KAUST doctoral students in the Biological and Environmental Science and Engineering Division secure places at the 72nd Lindau Nobel Laureate Meeting in Germany, June 25-30.
An international team of scientists discover a stable, clathrate structure for the solid capture of carbon dioxide.
A report released by the Office of Sustainability at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) showcases local, global sustainability initiatives.