08 October, 2017
Symbiotic giant bacteria enable Red Sea surgeonfish to specialize their diets.
17 September, 2017
Emerging technologies are poised to transform how we observe the Earth.
01 September, 2017
Coral ecosystems may be able to adapt rapidly to climate change through natural plastic responses.
27 August, 2017
When faced with high salinity, the tiny plant cells within coral tissue alter their metabolites to better cope with stress.
13 August, 2017
Surface wettability has little effect on atmospheric water gathering, but edge structure is crucial.
06 August, 2017
Herbal remedy plants native to Saudi Arabia are shown to have potential as treatments for cancer.
16 July, 2017
Extreme Systems Microbiology Lab and the Shaybah Producing Department initiate a pioneering ecological research project at Shaybah Wildlife Sanctuary.
02 July, 2017
Protection zones for coasts and oceans are an effective way to help marine and human communities to adapt to climate change.
11 June, 2017
Data from a global oceanographic expedition predict how rising temperatures influence increase in plankton populations.
11 June, 2017
Two proteins produced by a single gene interact to keep the genome in check.
07 June, 2017
The movement of DNA molecules seemingly explained by random motion conceals a more orderly march.
04 June, 2017
A unique investigation highlights how excess nitrogen can trigger coral bleaching in the absence of heat stress.
30 April, 2017
Careful marine management and stricter fishing laws could enable Saudi Arabia’s coral reefs to thrive.
05 March, 2017
Professors Mark Tester and Manuel Aranda participated as speakers at the TED x KAUST event.
06 November, 2016
We are very excited to welcome Assistant Professor of Bioscience, Sahika Inal. We had a short interview where she answered questions about her research and the delights of discovering the unknown.
20 April, 2015
We have recently welcomed a new Assistant Professor of Bioscience: Professor Antonio Adamo. We asked Professor Adamo a few questions about his research.