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NEOM and KAUST partner to create the world’s largest coral garden in the Red Sea

The Shusha Island Coral Park will become a global center to showcase innovations to protect and restore coral reefs.

NEOM and King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (KAUST) said that the project that will cover 100 hectares on Shusha Island on the shores of the Red Sea.

The Shusha Island Coral Park will become a global center to showcase innovations to protect and restore coral reefs and accelerate conservation solutions, helping to reduce the effects of climate change, a statement issued by Saudi Press Agency said.

The project is scheduled to be completed in 2025, making NEOM a world leader in restoring and developing coral reefs.

KAUST President Tony Chan said that the university is pioneering research in the Red Sea, and the promising project with NEOM is one of the largest technology transfer deals in the KAUST’s history, using innovations originating from the university.

“We look forward to working alongside NEOM to improve our lives through science and technology,” Chan said.

Rwad the full story at Zawya