A new suture-less sealant engineered from a protein derived from human tissue is effective for wound closure in dynamic tissues.
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Highlighting the first large-scale research into prehistoric human DNA from sub-Saharan Africa.
The targeting of environmental infrastructure in war has become an end in itself, with long-term implications for human welfare and ecosystems.
An agricultural endeavor in Aqaba is using saltwater to alleviate Jordan's strain on food, energy and freshwater production.
A burden of mammalian viruses makes camel a breeding ground for novel human diseases.
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The 300,000-year-old skull segments carry insights into the origins of our species and connect Morocco with complex evolutionary changes taking place across Africa.
Deciphering the past at the genetic level reveals that ancient Egyptians are closely related to Near Easterners.
Trillions of small pieces of floating plastic are coagulating in remote waters near the frozen north.
A new technique allows scientists to measure the shape and structure of moving stars with unprecedented precision.
Nature Middle East editors discuss issues concerning Middle Eastern science and scientists.
Latest research articles from Saudi Arabia published in 68 top science journals tracked by Nature Index.