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  • Building on point-of-care testing concepts developed by Rice bioengineering researchers, a team of undergraduate senior engineering students called BiliQuant has designed a jaundice diagnostic technology that could cost as little as one penny per test.

    Rice bioengineers aim for one-cent jaundice test

    Building on point-of-care testing concepts developed by Rice bioengineering researchers, a team of undergraduate senior engineering students called BiliQuant has designed a jaundice diagnostic technology that could cost as little as one penny per test.

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  • Rice University nanophotonics expert Stephan Link has been chosen to receive the inaugural Outstanding Young Scientist Award from the NANOSMAT Conference, one of Europe's premier annual meetings devoted to nanoscience, nanoengineering and nanotechnology.

    Link wins inaugural nanotechnology award

    Rice University nanophotonics expert Stephan Link has been chosen to receive the inaugural Outstanding Young Scientist Award from the NANOSMAT Conference, one of Europe's premier annual meetings devoted to nanoscience, nanoengineering and nanotechnology.

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  • A reunion marking the 50th anniversary of the founding of Rice's Department of Space Science drew more than 170 alumni and current and former faculty and staff April 11-12.

    Space Science celebrates 50 years at Rice

    A reunion marking the 50th anniversary of the founding of Rice's Department of Space Science drew more than 170 alumni and current and former faculty and staff April 11-12.

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