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Membranes engineered with carbon nanotube fibres could become cost effective water filtration systems.
Researchers are building large networks of wireless sensors to monitor our environment and health
Supramolecular materials have the potential to make seawater potable and to fuel the vehicles of the future
KACST researchers are developing computational technology to accurately simulate the flight dynamics of micro air vehicles with broad scientific and engineering applications
KACST project is developing new materials to capture the sun’s energy more
efficiently and sustainably.
Ultra-precise navigation allows groups of small satellites to
work together to outperform single larger units
A KACST team is working towards making genomic medicine a core component of cancer care in Saudi Arabia
Aquaponics technology, which rears fish and plants in a mutually advantageous environment, is poised to revolutionize agriculture in water-scarce Saudi Arabia.
KACST researchers are developing the chemistry for more environmentally friendly vehicle fuel.
Saudi scientists are developing new technologies to deliver clean, reliable energy in their challenging natural environment.
KACST scientists are fronting an effort to bring stable,
cheap, efficient solar energy to the masses.
Research at KACST has helped develop a digital
platform to guide transport planners and commuters on how to keep a city moving.