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  • Four musicians from Rice’s Shepherd School of Music have been selected to participate in the Global Academy Initiative, an innovative new educational partnership between the New York Philharmonic and Music Academy of the West, one of the nation’s pre-eminent summer music schools and festivals located in Santa Barbara, Calif.

    Four Rice musicians chosen for Global Academy Fellowship Program

    Four musicians from Rice’s Shepherd School of Music have been selected to participate in the Global Academy Initiative, an innovative new educational partnership between the New York Philharmonic and Music Academy of the West, one of the nation’s pre-eminent summer music schools and festivals located in Santa Barbara, Calif.

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  • Jan. 27: Chao Center for Asian Studies lecture: ‘Making Sense of the Contemporary Asia-Pacific: Crisis, Transformation and the New Scholarship’ Jan. 27: The Center for Theoretical Biological...

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    Jan. 27: Chao Center for Asian Studies lecture: ‘Making Sense of the Contemporary Asia-Pacific: Crisis, Transformation and the New Scholarship’ Jan. 27: The Center for Theoretical Biological...

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  • Rice theorists show it may be possible to tune graphene edges by varying heat and force as graphene is fractured. Edge configurations affect graphene's electronic and mechanical properties, which are important for applications.

    The latest fashion: Graphene edges can be tailor-made

    Rice theorists show it may be possible to tune graphene edges by varying heat and force as graphene is fractured. Edge configurations affect graphene's electronic and mechanical properties, which are important for applications.

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  • Scientists identify zeolites that may be synthesized to improve ethanol and petroleum production using a sophisticated algorithm developed at Rice. The algorithm has the power to screen candidates for specific applications from millions of possibilities.

    ‘Predicted’ zeolites may fuel efficient processes

    Scientists identify zeolites that may be synthesized to improve ethanol and petroleum production using a sophisticated algorithm developed at Rice. The algorithm has the power to screen candidates for specific applications from millions of possibilities.

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  • Doctoral flute student Aaron Perdue was recently selected to represent Rice University's Shepherd School of Music as a part of American Public Media's "Performance Today" Young Artists in Residence Series. The segments will be broadcast on KUHA Classical 91.7 Jan. 28-30 at 10 a.m. daily and will be available online at http://performancetoday.publicradio.org.

    Shepherd School flutist to appear on American Public Media program Jan. 28-30

    Doctoral flute student Aaron Perdue was recently selected to represent Rice University's Shepherd School of Music as a part of American Public Media's "Performance Today" Young Artists in Residence Series. The segments will be broadcast on KUHA Classical 91.7 Jan. 28-30 at 10 a.m. daily and will be available online at http://performancetoday.publicradio.org.

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