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Is #TheDress white and gold or blue and black? Rice expert on visual perception weighs in
A Rice professor weighs in on #TheDress.
Office of Information Technology to launch March 1
Rice University’s IT professionals got their first look Friday at the organizational structure and plans for the Office of Information Technology, a new university entity that will become effective March 1.
Djerejian paper: US must pursue a more coherent, comprehensive Middle East policy
The United States must pursue a more coherent and comprehensive policy in the Middle East to address the challenge of Islamic extremism, according to a new policy paper by Edward Djerejian, founding director of Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.
Posted on February 27, 2015 | No CommentsF. Curtis (Curt) Michel, the Andrew Hays Buchanan Professor Emeritus of Space Physics and Astronomy, died Feb. 23 at the age of 80.
Posted on February 27, 2015 | No CommentsWhat happens when food with a national identity travels beyond the boundaries of a nation? A new book by Sonia Ryang, director of the School of Humanities' Chao Center for Asian Studies, explores the world of Korean food in four American locations and examines what makes a food authentically national and yet American or more broadly global at the same time.
Posted on February 26, 2015 | No CommentsThe Welch Foundation today awarded its prestigious Norman Hackerman Award in Chemical Research to Rice University scientist Stephan Link, who was named this year's "rising star" for his pioneering contributions to the emerging field of nanophotonics.
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Posted on February 24, 2015 | No CommentsRice University researcher Jamie Padgett will play a key role in a new $20 million Community Resilience Center of Excellence at Colorado State University. The center will help local governments decide how to best invest to both withstand and recover from extreme weather and other hazards to infrastructure.
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