KAUST-invented, mobile wastewater plant installed
A decentralized wastewater treatment and reuse unit invented at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) has been installed in Rabigh, Saudi Arabia.
Pioneering plant projects promise regeneration
Research to underpin key government strategies for greening the desert, regenerating mangroves and meeting Saudi Arabia’s net zero targets by 2060.
Professor Peng Wang receives Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum Global Water Award
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New partnership delivers high-flying salad
Leena Ali Ibrahim appointed "Next Generation Leader" by Allen Institute
Streamlining AI to enable DIY models
07 September, 2023
The role that seabed species and plants play in mixing sediments in mangroves could help to support responses to ecosystem stress and to aid regeneration.
06 September, 2023
She came for the stem cell science and thrived in a nurturing environment.
05 September, 2023
A simple enzymatic pathway taken from fungi can enhance the production and storage of provitamin A in crop plants.
28 August, 2023
A long-term breeding program is developing elite lines of Salicornia to produce a sustainable and nutritionally valuable seed oil crop.
24 August, 2023
PNP editing emerges as a versatile and programmable tool for site-specific DNA manipulations.
22 August, 2023
A decentralized technology designed to treat wastewater at the source offers huge benefits to people in remote areas who lack access to sewer infrastructure.
20 August, 2023
Drugs that inhibit a key protein should offer new targeted cancer therapy for leukemia and breast cancer.
17 August, 2023
09 August, 2023
Tiny microalgae offer big potential for a fruitful career
03 August, 2023
A first complete genome map of einkorn reveals evolutionary origins and potential for enhanced wheat breeding.
20 July, 2023
Priming crop plants with a microbe sourced from the roots of desert plants could be a powerful tool to boost crop plant's resilience to drought.
18 July, 2023
Leena Ali Ibrahim’s research is revealing intricate brain connections between the senses that could have implications for finding treatments for autism and schizophrenia.
09 July, 2023
Applying a different lens to previously overlooked genes may offer new options for targeted cancer therapy.
06 July, 2023
Modified algae produce rare orange-red antioxidants that can be used to make healthy food, clothing dyes and medicines
19 June, 2023
Tiny packets of molecular cargo shed by cancer cells seed the foundations for metastasis at distant sites in the body.
18 June, 2023
Pioneering research to explain plants’ response to abiotic stress has important potential for improving future plant performance.
14 June, 2023
Surprising changes to a Pacific Ocean current during one of the strongest recorded El Niños saved a remote island’s coral reefs while others were devastated by mass bleaching.
11 June, 2023
Yoshihide Wada uses a systems approach to address global problems and contribute to national climate adaptation plans.