NEOM Company and KAUST are partnering to establish the world’s largest coral garden at Shushah Island in the Red Sea area of NEOM, in northwest Saudi Arabia.
KAUST has opened registrations for its first Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) “Entrepreneurship Adventures” scheduled to start on July 4.
Red Sea Farms, a Saudi Arabian AgTech business whose one-of-a-kind technology enables the commercial farming of produce using primarily salt water, received a $10 million venture capital investment today from a group of leading Saudi and UAE investors.
KAUST startup Wayakit has inaugurated its first production pilot plant in Saudi Arabia with Mexican ambassador Aníbal Gómez in attendance as an honorary guest. The plant will increase the startup’s production capacity by up to 20,000 liters of cleaning and disinfection bio-formulations per day.
KAUST recently announced a new partnership with US-based Zapata Computing, a Harvard spinout and one of the world’s leading quantum software companies.
KAUST startup, UnitX Technologies has joined NVIDIA Inception, a program designed to nurture startups revolutionizing industries with advancements in AI and data sciences.
King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) Tuesday announced their collaboration with Tabadul, Saudi Arabia’s leading digital logistics services provider, to undertake research and innovation projects which aim to create solutions to advance global trade in Saudi Arabia.
KAUST signed a partnership with the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry (JCCI), to achieve investment opportunities in the small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) sector, build a digital transformation strategy and develop artificial intelligence (AI) initiatives.
TAQADAM Startup Accelerator graduate Firnas Aero is an innovative DaaS startup (drone-as-a-service) designed to spot delay-causing debris on airport runways. Today, they’re a thriving business based out of KAUST’s Research Technology Park — and their innovative use cases and global interest is booming.
Using Zapata’s quantum workflows platform, Orquestra, KAUST will explore how quantum computing can simulate and optimize the aerodynamic design process for vehicles.