Inexpensive catalyst uses energy from light to turn ammonia into hydrogen fuel
Acclaimed Russian American journalist speaks to crowd of hundreds during School of Humanities Campbell Lectures
Energy, environment, health, computer science among initiatives for Rice-IITK Collaborative Center
An architect, an engineer and a musician walk into a Post … and create an oasis
Rice theorists show how tight ‘diet’ could produce single-chirality carbon nanotubes
Rice, UCSF statistical models show rhythmicity of seizures likely changes with age and common triggers
More than 500 students, faculty, staff and friends gathered at Stude Concert Hall to remember Rachleff, who died Aug. 8 of non-Hodgkin lymphoma at the age of 67. The evening included a celebratory reception, a video tribute recorded by former students and colleagues, and, befittingly, an orchestral concert to pay tribute to the educator.
Rice researchers develop programmable bacteria that sense contaminants and release an electronic signal in real time.
President Biden has appointed Ruth López Turley, director of Rice University’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research and professor of sociology, to the National Board for Education Sciences.
A Rice lab leads the effort to reveal threats to the efficacy of gene editing, even when it appears to be working.
After days of campuswide fêtes and the formal investiture of Reginald DesRoches Oct. 22, Rice’s eighth president and his family were honored at a glittering inaugural gala, where DesRoches was touted for his leadership, compassion and grand vision for the university’s future.
Rice University celebrated the latest chapter in its storied history Oct. 22 as Reginald DesRoches was formally inaugurated as the school’s eighth president in its 110-year history during an historic, sun-kissed investiture ceremony.
Oct. 20, the first day of inauguration ceremonies for Rice President Reginald DesRoches, university faculty and staff were invited to come together in celebration of the occasion.
Rice University English professor and acclaimed author Kiese Laymon has been awarded a MacArthur Fellowship, the prestigious honor popularly known as the “genius grant.”
Physicists from Rice and other institutions have discovered a way to switch topological states on and off.
Renowned author and journalist Masha Gessen will be on campus Nov. 7 and 8 for the annual Campbell Lecture Series, hosted by the School of Humanities.