China alumni chapter gives back to KAUST
Alumni send anti-pandemic materials to assist the KAUST community during the COVID-19 crisis.
Making the invisible, visible
KAUST Associate Professor Ivan Viola and a collaborative team build an accurate, 3D model of the virus at the center of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Detecting and tracking the coronavirus is hard, but not impossible
We spoke with Professor Hamdan recently about COVID-19 and the work he and his colleagues are doing to understand and counteract it's spread.
AI that's built to save lives
CBRC team led by Associate Director Xin Gao is putting AI to use to help the Kingdom's radiologists more easily and rapidly identify COVID-19 cases.
Harnessing nanoparticles for COVID testing
Mo Li and his colleagues in the KAUST R3T have landed on a solution that could yield important results in the battle against the global pandemic.
Ensuring access to potentially lifesaving tech
Ensuring access to potentially lifesaving tech Ensuring access to potentially lifesaving tech May 12, 2020 Innovation EMAIL FACEBOOK LINKEDIN TWITTER KAUST is joining universities around the world to make licensing opportunities rapidly available and get technologies that prevent, diagnose, treat and contain COVID-19 to market.
How antibody testing can stem the spread of COVID-19
KAUST Professor of Bioscience Charlotte Hauser is working to develop immunodiagnostic testing to help improve detection of SARS-CoV-2
Understanding the COVID wave
As countries around the world work to flatten the curve, a reference to slowing the progression of COVID-19 cases
Shining a light on the SARS-CoV-2 virus
As the world grapples with the challenge of containing the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus
Flattening the sentimental curve
KAUST Associate Professor Xiangliang Zhang talks about her research in the use of machine learning to monitor pandemic response and predict localized outbreaks.
Using AI to understand the pathogenesis of COVID-19
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has revealed itself to the world as an unprecedented viral threat with a crippling power to disrupt society as we know it.
Hacking the SARS-CoV-2 genome
KAUST researchers work to understand the SARS-CoV-2 genome to identify opportunities for treatment and vaccine development.
Unlocking coronavirus' secrets through cellphone data and social media
Dr. Paula Moraga is part of a multidisciplinary KAUST research team that applies models to COVID-19.
KAUST and the Industrial Clusters virtually sign National BioPark Memorandum of Understanding
The University and Industrial Clusters virtually signed an MoU to inaugurate the project.