The University Scholars Leadership Symposium helps young people make a positive impact on their world.
One of KAUST's least widely known advantages is its competitve fellowship that gives students and scientists the freedom to pursue their research.
The ANPERC lab facilities have been greatly augmented by the addition of a powerful new CT scanner.
With ARAMCO's help, ANPERC has acquired some new core samples from the Subair and Qusaibah shale formations.
Nearly a dozen interns from four different programs studied at ANPERC this summer.
ANPERC and KAUST were well represented in Valencia at the 1029 InterPore Conference.
Three VSRP projects are now open to applicants from around the world.
ANPERC participated in EAGE earlier this month.
The Nature Index ranks KAUST 18th in the world by the quantity and quality of its research output.
The KAUST student chapter of the Society of Petroleum Engineers has received special recognition.
An article by Dr. Carlos Santamarina and colleagues published in Science explores the impact of sediment behavior and construction practices in catastrophic dam failures.
ANPERC will represent KAUST at one of the biggest geoscience and engineering conferences in the world.
See the slides from Tadeusz Patzek's popular Winter Enrichment and Scientific Crossroads Intitiative presentation.
ANPERC PhD student Saleh Hassan has just returned from presenting at the European Symposium on Improved Oil Recovery in France.
Dr. Santamarina and Dr. Park have received the Tarek Al-Kasabi Award for their groundbreaking work on soil classification.