King Abdullah University of Science & Technology

Articles by King Abdullah University of Science & Technology

Sensor Cube Helps Keep Fish Farming Afloat

by King Abdullah University of Science & Technology
Aquaculture currently supplies more than half of the world's seafood, and in the last 10 years, the profits from global fish farming have quadrupled

Flushing Nitrogen from Seawater-Based Toilets

by King Abdullah University of Science & Technology
Currently, toilet flushing accounts for about 30 percent of the world's total domestic water demand, with an average human flushing a whopping 50 liters per day

Magnetic Skin Ensures the Force Is with You

by King Abdullah University of Science & Technology

A novel artificial skin developed at KAUST is wearable, flexible, lightweight, and magnetized, making it useful in a variety of applications without the need for a wired connection to other devices

Shark Skin Microbiome Resists Infection

by King Abdullah University of Science & Technology

In the wild, blacktip reef sharks are often seen bearing wounds, but they rarely exhibit obvious signs of infection around the wounds

AI Reveals Nature of RNA-Protein Interactions

by King Abdullah University of Science & Technology

NucleicNet software outperforms other algorithmic models of its kind and provides additional biological insights that could aid in drug design and development

A Cool Alternative to Air Conditioning

by King Abdullah University of Science & Technology

Modern air conditioning systems consume significant amounts of energy to cool buildings during the daytime, generating significant amounts of greenhouse gases responsible for climate change

Querying Big Data Just Got Universal

by King Abdullah University of Science & Technology

New framework allows researchers to concentrate on advancing the search engine, or query engine, itself rather than on painstakingly coding for specific computing platforms