Theory shows mutations have few easy paths to establish themselves in cells and initiate tumors
Next-gen wireless networks could be designed with built-in defenses against ‘metasurface-in-the-middle’ attack
Rice-Waseda project ups its game for complexity with aerodynamic model of a moving car and its tires
Rice lab captures unseen details of replication, clues to how mutations can happen
'Ping and I thank all of you from the bottom of our hearts for these last remarkable 18 years'
Maggie Tsang, Nathan Friedman each selected for top Architecture League award
Hailed as “wonderful leaders” and “a positive force for Rice,” President David Leebron and his wife, Y. Ping Sun, were celebrated with a gala at the Ion April 29 honoring nearly two decades of service to a university that, as one attendee put it, “is better for all they have invested in our institution.”
Engineers develop a high-performance nanowire catalyst that pulls ammonia and solid ammonia (fertilizer) from nitrate in wastewater.
Rice Architecture Construct shows off its Auxiliary ADU, an energy-efficient accessory dwelling unit in Houston’s First Ward.
Historic Rice Stadium will host ceremonies for the 109th commencement of Rice University May 6 and 7, highlighted by an address from a two-time Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist.
A Rice geologist’s birding hobby branched out into citizen science during the pandemic.
Durre Muhammad, a Rice Academy postdoctoral fellow, has won a prestigious NIH award to pursue her research plant biology.
After a year in which the university community largely returned to campus in the midst of an unprecedented global pandemic, President David Leebron dedicated his annual town hall meeting to reviewing both recent developments and the accomplishments of the university he has led for the last 18 years.
Nine faculty received the 2022 George R. Brown Award for Superior Teaching, which honors top Rice instructors by votes from alumni who graduated within the past two, three and five years.
Each year, Rice honors members of the university community who have served students through outstanding teaching, dedication and service.
To understand why Statistics’ Philip Ernst won this year’s George R. Brown Prize for Excellence in Teaching, Rice’s top teaching award, one need only read a few of the student comments in anonymous evaluations of his STAT 310 course.