16 March, 2023
An electroactive bacterium generates well-defined nanosized metal catalysts with remarkable water-splitting performance.
08 March, 2023
Working with doctors at two Saudi hospitals enables KAUST researchers to trial and validate novel biosensors for rapid disease diagnostics.
08 March, 2023
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.
27 February, 2023
Researchers have successfully cultivated a novel salt-tolerant bacterium from the Red Sea that effectively removes nitrogen from high-salinity waste water.
16 February, 2023
Research to underpin key government strategies for greening the desert, regenerating mangroves and meeting Saudi Arabia’s net zero targets by 2060.
14 February, 2023
There are new things to learn from each sample of sediment that I collect.
13 February, 2023
Evolution of lactate-mediated nerve signaling probably enabled memory systems, a comparative gene study shows.
09 February, 2023
A decentralized wastewater treatment and reuse unit invented at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) has been installed in Rabigh, Saudi Arabia.
07 February, 2023
The drive to research tangible solutions to address climate change meant a leap from marine science to terrestrial agriculture for graduate student Clara Stanschewski, now studying quinoa.
Plant Science SeminarShoot patterning dynamics: space, time and specificity in hormonal responses
Professor Teva Vernoux
Environmental Science & Engineering SeminarVision and Strategies for Low-Energy Desalination
Professor Emily W. Tow
Bioengineering SeminarMetabolic engineering with Microalgae: exploiting the versatility of polyextremophiles
Dr. Peter Lammers
Bioengineering SeminarThere and Back Again: Algae Biology and Biotechnology in Industry and Academia
Dr. Jeffrey Moseley
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.