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Welcome RSRC Faculty new member Prof. Daffonchio and his team

Welcome RSRC Faculty new member Prof. Daffonchio and his team

Welcome RSRC Faculty new member Prof. Daffonchio and his team

Prof. Daniele Daffonchio and his team joined RSRC. Professor Daffonchio's research interests are in the microbial ecology of complex ecosystems in conventional and extreme aquatic and terrestrial habitats. His research is spanning from basic aspects of microbial ecology through the application of synthetic ecology approaches to applied aspects for the environmental protection and sustainability of agriculture. Read more >>> Read more

Ph.D. student Sofya Mudrova wins best biology poster award

Ph.D. student Sofya Mudrova wins best biology poster award

Ph.D. student Sofya Mudrova wins best biology poster award

Our Ph.D. student Sofya Mudrova won the best poster award at the 4th International Congress on Invertebrate Morphology (ICIM4) in Moscow, Russia. The congress was held at the Lomonosov Moscow State University (MSU) from August 18 to 23. The event, which was organized by the MSU faculty of biology, brought together members of the global scientific community to discuss and share ideas in the field of invertebrate morphology and to highlight modern achievements in the field of functional morphology and paleontology. Read more >>> Read more

RSRC Faculty and Business Manager completed a successful retreat to plan the next two years of the Center’s activities

RSRC Faculty and Business Manager completed a successful retreat to plan the next two years of the Center’s activities

RSRC Faculty and Business Manager completed a successful retreat to plan the next two years of the Center’s activities

Red Sea Research Faculty and Business Manager met for two days on a retreat to plan the future of the Center activities. The focus was to identify the potential, and supporting actions, to deliver broader societal benefits, to the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and beyond, from the research conducted, as well as to enhance our contribution to translating this knowledge into economic development, job creation opportunities, and improved management of the Red Sea to reconcile development plans with healthy, vibrant marine ecosystems. Read more >>> Read more
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