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  • Lovett College senior Nick Thorpe is one of 18 Luce Scholars for 2015-2016. He was nominated by Rice and chosen for the nationally competitive fellowship program from 156 nominees who have a record of high achievement, outstanding leadership ability and potential for professional accomplishments.

    Rice senior named Luce Scholar

    Lovett College senior Nick Thorpe is one of 18 Luce Scholars for 2015-2016. He was nominated by Rice and chosen for the nationally competitive fellowship program from 156 nominees who have a record of high achievement, outstanding leadership ability and potential for professional accomplishments.

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  • The Optical Society has awarded Rice University researchers Naomi Halas and Peter Nordlander the prestigious 2015 R.W. Wood Prize for their groundbreaking work in nanophotonics.

    Halas, Nordlander awarded Optical Society’s R.W. Wood Prize

    The Optical Society has awarded Rice University researchers Naomi Halas and Peter Nordlander the prestigious 2015 R.W. Wood Prize for their groundbreaking work in nanophotonics.

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  • The size of graphene quantum dots made from coal can be finely tuned in a single step for electronic and fluorescent properties, according to scientists at Rice.

    Rice fine-tunes quantum dots from coal

    The size of graphene quantum dots made from coal can be finely tuned in a single step for electronic and fluorescent properties, according to scientists at Rice.

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  • Seed accelerators Angelpad, MuckerLab and Techstars landed the top spots in the third Seed Accelerator Rankings announced March 17 at South by Southwest (SXSW) by entrepreneurship and management experts from Rice University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Richmond.

    Rice’s Hochberg unveils Seed Accelerator Rankings at SXSW

    Seed accelerators Angelpad, MuckerLab and Techstars landed the top spots in the third Seed Accelerator Rankings announced March 17 at South by Southwest (SXSW) by entrepreneurship and management experts from Rice University, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the University of Richmond.

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  • Rice engineers have developed a self-use mobile system to capture high-resolution images of a patient's macula without dilation in advance. The device is intended for use in low-resource settings.

    Minimal device maximizes macula imaging

    Rice engineers have developed a self-use mobile system to capture high-resolution images of a patient's macula without dilation in advance. The device is intended for use in low-resource settings.

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