An artificial optical structure that changes the frequency of laser light has been fabricated in three dimensions for the first time.
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Corals and micro-algae have been together since the age of the dinosaurs.
Drawing on her experience establishing a state-of-the art lab in Jordan using minimal resources, Rana Dajani discusses her role in world-class research.
Habiba Al Safar and Guan K Tay discuss the rising tide of precision medicine in the Middle East and how the West can be used as a model.
A healthy alpha-N-catenin protein is required for embryonic nerve fibres to reach their final destinations.
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Finding snapshots from human history inside ancient genomes.
The escalation of armed conflicts has caused dramatic population declines of endangered local species, ultimately putting humans at risk.
Scientists show how their “Swiss cheese” hypothesis explains how corals tolerate ocean acidification.
Scientists harvest water from dry air in the Arizona desert using a device powered only by sunlight. But how practical is it?
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.