Our pioneering work dates back to 1976, when the late Amir, His Highness Sheikh Jaber Al Ahmad Al Jaber Al Sabah, turned his long-held vision to advance the state of science and technology in the country, into a reality. KFAS was established as a private non-profit organization and tasked with spearheading the vision, a role it continues to carry out to this day.

Funded by contributions from the Kuwaiti private sector, KFAS has developed and implemented many programs in pursuit of its mission to promote the development of science, education, research and a general scientific culture.

KFAS Links

KFAS Links is a speaker series that aims to promote science, technology, and innovation in Kuwait

Water Saving & Conservation Pilot Project

The State of Kuwait ranks third worldwide in average water consumption per capita with a daily fresh water consumption rate of nearly 500 liters per person, which is twice the consumption rate of Europe

“Open Enrollment” Professional Development Initiative for Private Sector Companies

To encourage the Kuwaiti private sector to embrace innovation, KFAS introduced its pioneering "open enrolment" training programs in early 2014.  In that first year, more than 100 employees attended, representing a wide range of industries from across the private sector.

Establishing Solar Power as a New Reality in Kuwait

The Kuwait Foundation for the Advancement of Sciences, as a catalyst, is instigating the acceleration of renewable energy applications and its utilization in electricity generation to reduce dependency on fuel oil as a main source of income for Kuwait while minimizing negative environmental effects resulting from the use of fossil fuels.

Launching KFAS “Innovation Challenge”

The KFAS Innovation Challenge is a blended learning experience taught over a period of six months.