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Announcing Enrichment in the Fall

Enrichment in the Fall will entertain and educate you with keynote lectures, films, workshops, concerts, and artworks. READ MORE

Innovations in composite materials

Professor Gilles Lubineau discusses his group's work on tackling complex problems related to composite engineeringREAD MORE

Venture ideas revealed at Falling Walls Lab

The Falling Walls Lab featured 22 finalists who presented their product or venture idea to a high-profile panel of judges.READ MORE

Smart sensors for better and safer living

In the smart cities of the future, electronic devices and objects will be "smart," with objects containing sensors that communicate with each other.READ MORE

Developing models to predict extreme events

Prof. Ibrahim Hoteit discusses the development of atmosphere and ocean current models for the Red Sea. READ MORE

NOMADD sets sights on solar energy future

The NOMADD desert solution offers an inventive technology for the solar energy industry READ MORE

Boeing opens R&D office at KAUST

Highly connected polynuclear clusters used as MBBs in the synthesis of MOFs are discovered and isolated by researchers. READ MORE

Agricultural sustainability through seawater

Professor Mark Tester discusses plant salinity experiments in the KAUST greenhouse. READ MORE

Synthesized metal-organic framework removes CO2

Researchers showfor the first time that MOF crystal chemistry permits the assembly of a new isostructural hexafluorosilicate MOF.

New Students: Apply now for Fall 2015

We are currently accepting MS and PhD applications for Fall 2015. APPLY NOW