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  • March 31: Boniuk Institute conversation featuring President David Leebron: ‘Religious Freedom and US Constitution’ March 31: CTBP seminar: ‘Anticipators and Procrastinators: Cellular Decision-making in Multivariate...

    Coming events

    March 31: Boniuk Institute conversation featuring President David Leebron: ‘Religious Freedom and US Constitution’ March 31: CTBP seminar: ‘Anticipators and Procrastinators: Cellular Decision-making in Multivariate...

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  • Rice University English Ph.D. candidate Abby Goode will expand her research on the racial, reproductive and sexual contours of sustainability in 19th-century American literature during the next year, thanks to an award from the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.

    Rice Ph.D. student selected as fellow by Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation

    Rice University English Ph.D. candidate Abby Goode will expand her research on the racial, reproductive and sexual contours of sustainability in 19th-century American literature during the next year, thanks to an award from the Woodrow Wilson National Fellowship Foundation.

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  • Rice biochemist Kathleen Matthews will receive the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology's prestigious William C. Rose Award at the society's annual meeting March 30 in Boston.

    Matthews to receive prestigious Rose Award

    Rice biochemist Kathleen Matthews will receive the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology's prestigious William C. Rose Award at the society's annual meeting March 30 in Boston.

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  • Microscopic carbon nanotube fibers invented at Rice University may provide the best way to communicate directly with the brain. The research could enable new strategies for treating neurological disorders like Parkinson's.

    Carbon nanotube fibers make superior links to brain

    Microscopic carbon nanotube fibers invented at Rice University may provide the best way to communicate directly with the brain. The research could enable new strategies for treating neurological disorders like Parkinson's.

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  • Members of the Rice community were able to enjoy an around-the-world adventure March 18 at Rice Coffeehouse, which played host to the Study-Abroad Photo Contest. The contest included 85 photos taken during Rice students’ travels to all corners of the globe.

    Around the world in 85 pictures

    Members of the Rice community were able to enjoy an around-the-world adventure March 18 at Rice Coffeehouse, which played host to the Study-Abroad Photo Contest. The contest included 85 photos taken during Rice students’ travels to all corners of the globe.

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