Evidence from fossilised human and animal footprints suggests a seasonal lake existed in a Saudi Arabian desert some 120,000 years ago.
A comparison highlights differences in genetic risk loci for metabolic diseases between Arab and European populations.
Astronomers are developing ways to rapidly search the sky after a gravitational wave detection so they can see the light from huge merger events.
As a major shipping corridor, the Suez Canal is a hotspot for biological invasions, but the socio-ecological consequences remain poorly understood.
Gene targeting could help prevent the formation of phytoplankton films on underwater manmade surfaces.
UK-based Egyptian computer science lecturer Mai Elshehaly1 considers the need for a more inclusive narrative that recognizes the diversity of women in STEM.
COVID-19 has put the illegal wildlife trade under the spotlight by highlighting the threat posed to human health.
Scientists are using time away from their labs to dig deeply into their data.
Arab women scientists are striving to prove themselves in institutions that are often male dominated.
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.