10 April, 2015New review article on nitrogen cycling in the coral holobiont published.
We published a new review article about nitrogen cycling in the coral holobiont.
09 April, 2015Chris is ranked as a ‘Top Reviewer for Molecular Ecology 2015′
Chris Voolstra is one of the ‘Top Reviewer for Molecular Ecology 2015′. Good job!
27 March, 2015Anna’s Best Student Presentation award featured in ISRS REEF ENCOUNTER
The latest feature of the ISRS REEF ENCOUNTER is highlighting our
student Anna Roik as recipient of the “Best Student Presentation” award
at the 'Coral Reefs of Arabia' conference in Abu Dhabi.
25 March, 2015Nature Middle East reports on our study investigating acclimation potential in Red Sea corals
Nature Middle East reports on our acclimation potential study in Red Sea corals. This research has been a collaboration between KAUST, KAU, and the German GEOMAR institute.
19 March, 2015Red Sea Coral Reef Genomics talk at the Justus-Liebig-University Giessen
Chris is giving a presentation about Coral Reef Genomics in the Red Sea at the Justus-Liebig-University in Giessen, Germany.
10 March, 2015New article on acclimatization potential to ocean warming in Red Sea corals along a latitudinal gradient published
In this study we investigated seasonal changes in metabolic performance of the widely distributed hermatypic coral Pocillopora verrucosa along a latitudinal gradient.
23 February, 2015PhD fellowship available in the Red Sea Research Center
Check the 'Positions' section for details!
17 February, 2015Coral Reefs of Arabia: Best student presentation award for Anna
At the 'Coral Reefs of Arabia' conference at the New York University in Abu Dhabi Anna Roik held the best student presentation. Congratulations!
11 February, 2015New paper on genetic differentiation of corals in the Red Sea published
A new open access paper on the genetic differentiation in the coral Pocillopora verrucosa along environmental gradients of the Saudi Arabian Red Sea has been published.
18 January, 2015Red Sea Robotics WEP session on the 22nd of January
WEP session on the Red Sea Robotics, a collaboration between KAUST Red Sea Research Center, Stanford University, and Meka Robotic.