15 July, 2018
Maintaining a balance between rising sea levels and soil accumulation will rely on careful management of coastal regions.
08 July, 2018
Investigations of prey patterns fail to explain why whale sharks aggregate off the coast of Saudi Arabia.
01 July, 2018
Corals, even in the most far-flung locations, are being affected by climate change but fare better in marine protected areas.
24 June, 2018
Bacteria isolated from desert plants could provide the key to maintaining productive agriculture in arid regions.
22 June, 2018
Pairing a conjugated polymer with a redox enzyme generates a fast, selective, and sensitive electrochemical biosensor for metabolites.
17 June, 2018
Research reveals the genetic response to heat stress and highlights symbiotic algae’s role.
07 June, 2018
A molecular process that signals distress could also help corals adapt to climate change.
03 June, 2018
A 3D solar-steam generator design squeezes every last drop of energy from sunlight to produce fresh water.
27 May, 2018
On 14 May Professor Daniele Daffonchio of KAUST Biological and Environmental Science and Engineering Division and the Red Sea Research Center presented his research alongside Professors from two Italian Universities at the Italian Cultural Centre in Jeddah to a diverse local and international audience.
27 May, 2018
Adding sound to elephant seal migration data reveals high levels of coordination when swimming long distances.
27 May, 2018
An unexpected two-step mechanism occurs when cells copy DNA.
20 May, 2018
Nemo’s genome has been deciphered and made publicly available, helping researchers further investigate fish ecology and evolution.
15 May, 2018
Congratulations to the division's newly promoted faculty: Professor Matthew McCabe (effective 1 July 2018) Professor Stefan Arold (effective 1 July 2018) Professor Magdy Mahfouz (effective 1 July 2018) Professor Peiying Hong (effective 1 July 2018) and Professor Michael Berumen
13 May, 2018
Protein analysis could lead to new advances in DNA sequencing technologies.
11 May, 2018
A fast and safe method to prepare a 3D porous material that mimics the shape of a honeycomb could have broad applications from catalysis to drug delivery or for filtering air to remove pollutants or viruses.
06 May, 2018
Big data shows that large marine vertebrates move differently, but consistently, through coastal and ocean waters.
22 April, 2018
Turbulence and nutrient availability drive changes in Red Sea microbes.
15 April, 2018
A new malaria metabolic model may uncover better ways to treat a highly deadly disease.
25 March, 2018
A grimy layer on wastewater filters could slow the spread of antibiotic resistance.