18 May, 2022Abdullah Al-Ghamdi, received Regeneron Young Scientist Awards at ISEF
Abdullah Al-Ghamdi, 17, of Dammam, Saudi Arabia, who did a Winter Internship Program at Prof. Eddaoudi's group, received one of two Regeneron Young Scientist Awards of $50,000
03 March, 2022Super scintillators enable X-ray detection at an ultralow level
Sensitive and flexible scintillation screens bring better X-ray imaging.
23 February, 2022Perovskites used to make efficient artificial retina
Inspired by the human eye, a neuromorphic vision system recognizes handwritten numbers.
27 January, 2022Shrimply the best composite membranes
A team of KAUST chemical engineers has designed a sustainable thin-film composite membrane made from a natural nontoxic polymer derived from shrimp shell waste.
Copyright © 2022, American Chemical Society. Original artwork created by Hassan Tahini, KAUST.
16 November, 2021Highly Cited Researchers 2021
We are proud to have three of our @AMPM_Center faculty listed once again in the 2021 List of Highly Cited Researchers, by Clarivate. Prof. Mohamed Eddaoudi, Prof. Yu Han and Prof. Omar F. Mohammed Abdelsaboor. Congratulations on well-deserved recognition!
17 September, 2021New Faculty Announcement: Dr. Carlos Grande, appointed as Associate Professor, Chemical Engineering
The Advanced Membranes and Porous Materials Research Center is pleased to announce that Dr. Carlos Grande is appointed as Associate Professor of Chemical Engineering as of August 2021.
15 July, 2021Sweet spot for membrane thickness offers sustainable separations
Perfecting the dimensions of chemical separation membranes is a step toward a sustainable chemical industry.
03 June, 2021Electrochemical cell harvests lithium from seawater
The system offers an economical way to source essential battery material.
11 February, 2021Get a load of ZIF! Better delivery of cancer immunotherapy
An antibody loaded onto a porous metal organic framework is released by the acidic environment that surrounds tumors, avoiding the adverse effects of administering the antibody alone.