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.
11 August, 2022
Fiddler crabs and other burrowing creatures could support the future of nutrient-deficient soils of dried-up mangroves.
09 August, 2022
Fabricating intricate optical structures onto the tip of an optical fiber creates a new source of special light beams.
31 July, 2022
Time is running out, say researchers who are proposing a framework to guide the safe use of microbes to restore global biodiversity loss.
25 July, 2022
Selective membranes allow harvesting and concentration of valuable molecules from cultured microbes.
03 July, 2022
Abnormal protein tied to Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome found to control gene splicing.
29 June, 2022
A newly identified heat-stable Cas13 enzyme could lead to improved diagnostics and new biotechnological applications.
28 June, 2022
Nanotechnology that accelerates the transition of stem cells into bone could advance regenerative medicine.
14 June, 2022
A standardized method for monitoring the condition of coral reefs could strengthen global efforts to manage vulnerable marine habitats.
12 June, 2022
An AI-powered imaging system called MutipleXLab provides rapid automated phenotyping of seed germination and root growth that will help select plants that grow well.
09 May, 2022
Researchers have identified stem rust resistance in the wild cereal plant Aegilops sharonensis and successfully transferred the resistance gene into bread wheat.
24 April, 2022
A sand-based mulch could help reduce irrigation on desert farms.
29 March, 2022
Stem cell analyses could reveal how extra doses of some genes lead to the characteristics seen in males born with one or more surplus X chromosomes.