23 September, 2022
The generation of a high-quality genome from a coral specimen reveals an alternative pathway for cysteine biosynthesis in animals and cautions against overreliance on model organisms.
20 September, 2022
Multifunctional porous conductive membranes help microbes eat their way to a faster carbon dioxide conversion.
18 September, 2022
A citizen science project uncovers new details about the lives of oceanic manta rays in the Red Sea, including a possible nursery site.
08 September, 2022
Associate Professor Peiying Hong has developed a new innovative wastewater treatment method that uses less energy and renders water safe to use for agriculture. The technology is currently being piloted with industry partner MODON (Saudi Authority for Industrial Cities and Technology Zones) in Jeddah.
08 September, 2022
Intriguing insights into the region’s oceanic manta rays are revealed thanks to a collaborative citizen science project conducted over lockdown.
31 August, 2022
A highly efficient enzyme combined with a multigene engineering approach offers potential for sustainable production of water-soluble pigments in plant tissues.
25 August, 2022
An environmental foundation and a cement factory are supporting ongoing efforts and research to help safeguard the future of Red Sea turtles.
24 August, 2022
Enhancement of adhesion molecules improves the ability of blood-forming stem cells to take root in transplant recipients.
16 August, 2022
Deep molecular analysis of the bone marrow microenvironment reveals that the cells regulating blood stem cell maintenance are more diverse than expected and have features likely to be conserved between species.
Bioscience SeminarSexual conversion in Plasmodium falciparum: the developmental decision that underlies malaria transmission
Professor Alfred Cortés
Environmental Science & Engineering SeminarHigh-recovery water desalination and reuse using batch and semi-batch reverse osmosis (RO)
Professor Philip Davies
Bioengineering SeminarEden Brew and synthetic biology for metabolic engineering in microbial organisms
Professor Claudia E. Vickers
Bioscience SeminarNew Therapies in Cancer from Epigenetic Drugs to CAR-T cells
Professor Felipe Luis Prósper Cardoso
BESE Distinguished Lecture Series(Molecular) Biodiversity and Evolution of spineless Indo-Pacific marine animals
Professor Gert Wörheide
Research at the BESE Division brings students, faculty, and researchers together to push the frontiers of science through collaborative inquiry into issues of global and regional significance.
The Faculty at BESE belong to one of two communities: Bioscience and Biological Engineering or Environmental Science Engineering. Those communities cover the following Research Areas.