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CBRC acknowledged as an important player in the field of biomedical computing in the Arab World Region

Mar 28, 2021

The April edition of the prestigious journal "Communications of the ACM" has published a special section devoted to Arab World region.

Atomic techniques reveal the evolution of a bacterial protein

Mar 23, 2021

Researchers show how bacteria have adapted a sensing mechanism that allows them to live in different environments.

CovMT: Tracking virus mutations across the world

Feb 28, 2021

An interactive platform helps users visualize where SARS-CoV-2 mutations start, how wide they spread and how infectious they are.

Employee Service Awards 2020

Feb 14, 2021

Congratulations to all the CBRC members who were awarded the 2020 Employee Service Awards

Simulating evolution to understand a hidden switch

Jan 31, 2021

Some organisms evolve an internal switch that can remain hidden for generations until stress flicks it on.

Alumna Imane Boudellioua (PhD ’19, MS ’12) receives KACST prize

Jan 11, 2021

Congratulations to Computer Science alumna Imane Boudellioua (Ph.D. ’19, MS ’12) for receiving a prize in the 19th edition of the annual KACST Almarai National Prize for Creative Scientific Work for Students (Ph.D. Level).

Xin Gao promoted to rank of professor

Jan 07, 2021

​Computational Bioscience Research Center (CBRC) would like to congratulate Xin Gao for being promoted to the rank of Professor, effective January 1, 2021.

Talented KAUST Ph.D. student aims to revolutionize healthcare with machine learning

Jan 05, 2021

Ph.D. student, Yu Li, is a talented young computer scientist with an interest in developing novel computational methods and algorithms to solve and understand the principles behind the “bio-world.”