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September 21st, 2007
Nobel laureates to strengthen Saudi science
Under the programme, the Nobel laureates will offer their services to KSU as visiting academics, using their knowledge and expertise to enhance the university's research.
Fields such as the treatment and prevention of diseases like cancer and diabetes, as well as water desalination, energy, nutrition, drug development, nanotechnology and biotechnology will be covered by the programme.
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