Sperm-like microrobots could be future drug carriers.
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Surveys reveal that female genital mutilation has dropped significantly across much of Africa.
Chemicals that diffuse from coral surfaces into the surrounding seawater could be used as indicators of coral health.
Homo species dispersed into the green grasslands of the Arabian Peninsula between 300,000 and 500,000 years ago.
The numbers of babies born by caesarean section has doubled globally, calling into question the cause of this trend.
Wildlife is trafficked under authorities’ noses through some of the region’s major airports.
A combination of four proteins can reprogram cells inside an ulcer to encourage wound healing.
Scientists harvest water from dry air in the Arizona desert using a device powered only by sunlight. But how practical is it?
Sedeer el-Showk on a book that offers a new take on old questions.
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.