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Sea skaters are a super source of inspiration

Sea skaters are a super source of inspiration

Sea skaters are a super source of inspiration

Tiny sea skaters, as insect ocean pioneers, may hold the secret to developing improved water repellant materials. A KAUST study also provides insights into the insects physical features, including the hairs and waxy coating that cover its body, and its movement to evade the seas dangers. Read more >>> Read more

Aiding sustainable conservation of the Red Sea

Aiding sustainable conservation of the Red Sea

Aiding sustainable conservation of the Red Sea

Scientists at KAUST have discovered a new brine pool in their quest to understand and conserve the Red Sea more effectively. Brine pools are lakes of extremely salty water that sit on the sea floor at depths approaching 3,000 meters. Read more >>> Read more

Marine life can be rebuilt by 2050

Marine life can be rebuilt by 2050

Marine life can be rebuilt by 2050

An international study recently published in the journal Nature that was led by KAUST Professors of Marine Science Carlos Duarte and Susana Agust lays out the roadmap of actions required for the planet's marine life to recover to full abundance by 2050. Read more >>> Read more
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