Five-year grant backs study of skull shape change in spiny ray-fin fish evolution
Nanophotonics pioneer earns university’s highest academic title
Chamber players to perform Feb. 3, followed by symphony Feb. 4
Structural engineer honored as a rising star among Texas researchers
A Rice University musicologist and history professor are among the recipients of 2023 grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) for their research projects on televised opera and tracking historical slave trading voyages.
Some of the most recognizable conductors in the classical music world will take the stage at Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music over the next 18 months.
Rice University bioengineer Jerzy Szablowski has won a prestigious DARPA Young Faculty Award to identify nongenetic drugs that can temporarily enhance the human body’s resilience to extreme cold exposure.
President Reginald DesRoches sent a message to the Rice community regarding changes to the university's graduation ceremonies in an email Jan. 10.
As anyone who has ever attended a cocktail party can tell you, shedding inhibitions makes you more talkative and possibly more prone to divulging secrets. Fungi, it turns out, are no different from humans in this respect.
Rice bioscientists took a close look at one of the ways cells repair broken DNA and made a discovery about a promising target for cancer therapy.
Rice University scientists have developed a photochemical process to simplify the synthesis of drug and chemical precursors known as diamines.
Peter Loewen , an associate professor of musicology in Rice’s Shepherd School of Music and a faculty member in the School of Humanities’ Medieval and Early Modern Studies Program, is the recipient of the American Musicological Society’s H. Colin Slim Award, the organization’s highest honor for published research.
A first-of-its-kind study suggests climate warming could reduce organic carbon burial and increase the amount of carbon that’s returned to the atmosphere.
Chemists from Rice and the University of Texas have found more isn’t always better when it comes to packing charge acceptors atop nanocrystals.