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  • Rice University chemist Eugene Zubarev is preparing for a summer research experience at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam, Germany, after becoming the first Rice faculty member to win a Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

    Zubarev wins Humboldt Foundation’s Bessel Award

    Rice University chemist Eugene Zubarev is preparing for a summer research experience at the Max Planck Institute of Colloids and Interfaces in Potsdam, Germany, after becoming the first Rice faculty member to win a Friedrich Wilhelm Bessel Research Award from the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation.

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  • Rice undergraduates, graduate students and recent graduates reaped a number of fellowships, scholarships and awards this year.

    Prizes and awards to degree recipients

    Rice undergraduates, graduate students and recent graduates reaped a number of fellowships, scholarships and awards this year.

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  • With this month marking the five-year graduation anniversary of the Rice University Education Entrepreneurship Program’s first MBA cohort, the growth of the program's impact across Houston's K-12 schools has been both rapid and widespread.

    Rice Education Entrepreneurship Program’s impact growing across Houston

    With this month marking the five-year graduation anniversary of the Rice University Education Entrepreneurship Program’s first MBA cohort, the growth of the program's impact across Houston's K-12 schools has been both rapid and widespread.

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  • Word play

    Word play

    Word play

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  • Engineers at Rice and the Indian Institute of Science analyze seashells to see how their shapes contribute to their remarkable strength.

    Seashell strength inspires stress tests

    Engineers at Rice and the Indian Institute of Science analyze seashells to see how their shapes contribute to their remarkable strength.

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  • Retired Gen. Colin Powell helped plant a replacement for the Pershing pecan tree in Founder's Court after commencement.

    Generally speaking

    Retired Gen. Colin Powell helped plant a replacement for the Pershing pecan tree in Founder's Court after commencement.

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  • A new kind of lawn sign has cropped up around Houston over the past month, displaying eye-catching artist-rendered depictions of horses, wild dogs, sea turtles and corals. The goal of the sign-maker is not to promote a political candidate, but to raise awareness of climate change and its impact on the world's species. Dubbed "Fossilized in Houston," this guerilla public art campaign is the brainchild of Matthew Schneider-Mayerson, a postdoctoral fellow in Rice University's Center for Energy and Environmental Research in the Human Sciences.

    Putting climate change and endangered species in focus

    A new kind of lawn sign has cropped up around Houston over the past month, displaying eye-catching artist-rendered depictions of horses, wild dogs, sea turtles and corals. The goal of the sign-maker is not to promote a political candidate, but to raise awareness of climate change and its impact on the world's species. Dubbed "Fossilized in Houston," this guerilla public art campaign is the brainchild of Matthew Schneider-Mayerson, a postdoctoral fellow in Rice University's Center for Energy and Environmental Research in the Human Sciences.

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