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CBRC Congratulates Associate Professor Xin Gao on winning the TAQADAM startup accelerator showcase at KAUST.

CBRC Congratulates Associate Professor Xin Gao on winning the TAQADAM startup accelerator showcase at KAUST.

CBRC Congratulates Associate Professor Xin Gao on winning the TAQADAM startup accelerator showcase at KAUST.

Out of the 18 startup finalists, from 13 Universities throughout the Kingdom, Prof. Xin Gao and co-founders had the opportunity to pitch their start-up project in the 3rd annual TAQADAM showcase, on September 26th, 2019. Read more >>> Read more

​KAUST CBRC, is pleased to announce the publication of a new book co-edited by KAUST scientists, Prof. Takashi Gojobori and Dr. Katsuhiko Mineta.

​KAUST CBRC, is pleased to announce the publication of a new book co-edited by KAUST scientists, Prof. Takashi Gojobori and Dr. Katsuhiko Mineta.

​KAUST CBRC, is pleased to announce the publication of a new book co-edited by KAUST scientists, Prof. Takashi Gojobori and Dr. Katsuhiko Mineta.

Marine Metagenomics, presents the state-of-art marine metagenome research and explains the method of marine metagenomics analysis in an easy-to-understand manner. This book presents the state-of-art marine metagenome research and explains the method of marine metagenomic analysis in an easy-to-understand manner. Changes in the marine environment due to global warming and pollution have become a major global problem. Maintaining a healthy marine ecosystem requires advanced environmental monitoring and assessment systems. As such, the book presents a novel metagenomic monitoring method, which has been developed for comprehensive analyses of the DNA of microorganisms living in seawater to further our understanding of the dynamics of the marine environment. The book can be used as a primer for new researchers and as a manual on experimental methods. Follow the Link to download your copy now : https://www.springer.com/gp/book/9789811381331 Read more >>> Read more

Global study links newly named syndrome with other disorders Mutations in a repetitive protein motif are responsible for a rare cognitive disorder.

Global study links newly named syndrome with other disorders Mutations in a repetitive protein motif are responsible for a rare cognitive disorder.

Global study links newly named syndrome with other disorders Mutations in a repetitive protein motif are responsible for a rare cognitive disorder.

Since joining the Bioscience program at KAUST in May 2013, Stefan has been pursuing his research interests in integrative structural biology by inferring structure and function of macromolecular assemblies. He uses the knowledge gained to understand how cells communicate and to engineer molecules with desired properties. Read more >>> Read more
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