Rice University bioengineer Antonios Mikos has won the 2023 International Award of the European Society for Biomaterials....
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Rice University has announced the addition of three new Board of Trustees members — Josh Earnest, Jennifer Kneale and Vinay Pai — who will serve four-...
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‘Archives of the Impossible’ conference explores the cultivation of impossibility
An international conference challenging assumptions about reality itself and exploring paranormal phenomena across different cultures and generations was held May 11-13 at Rice.
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