Lab waits to see how Houston’s historic 2021 freeze impacted tiny wasp species
Rice, Texas A&M engineers simulate restoration strategies for reinforced concrete columns
Composition student Jaylin Vinson creates dynamic cello quartet performed by fellow freshmen
Animal-dispersed plants' ability to keep pace with climate change reduced by 60%
Grant will further enhance Rice's reputation as a center for Africa and African diaspora studies, digital humanities
Exhibition kicks off year of programming for art center’s fifth anniversary
CAAAS hosting Robert Michael Franklin Jr. for Jan. 17 talk via Zoom
‘Pressure bumps’ in sun’s protoplanetary disk explain many solar system features
An unknown culprit has been removing oxygen from our atmosphere for at least 800,000 years, and an analysis of air bubbles preserved in Antarctic ice for up to 1.5 million years has revealed the likely suspect.
Vice President for Administration Kevin Kirby, chair of Rice's Crisis Management Advisory Committee, sent a message to the university community Dec. 19 regarding schedule and policy changes in response to a recent increase in positive COVID-19 tests on campus.
How Carrie McNeil’s Introduction to Scientific Research Challenges course helped a Houston brewery solve a salty problem
Rice University has announced a significant change to its financial aid package that will make one of the nation’s most prestigious higher education institutions more affordable to a broader range of students.
Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music is feeling the holiday spirit early this year thanks to a generous friend who’s lending it a coveted Stradivarius violin — and letting a different student play the instrument each year.
Appointment in the History of Science, Technology and Innovation begins in spring
New program funds undergraduates passionate about humanities research
Nine projects proposed by Rice researchers have been granted seed funding by Creative Ventures' Technology Development Fund.
Rice statisticians are part of a study sharing strategies to identify “super trees” for urban areas that help mitigate pollution, flooding and heat.
Rice alumna and fighter pilot Nichole Ayers joins NASA's astronaut corps.