Rice U. bioengineers have developed an upgraded tumor model that houses bone cancer cells beside immune cells inside a 3D structure engineered to mimi...
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Melissa Kean, former Centennial Historian of Rice University, was honored March 10 at the 41st Friends of Fondren Library Gala....
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In the fall of 2022, Arlei Silva, assistant professor of computer science, was thrilled to have been named a recipient of one of the prestigious “100,...
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Rice acquires rare replica of William Blake printing press
Rice University is the only place in North America where you can find an authentic, functional replica of the star-wheel copper-plate rolling press that famous Romantic poet and artist William Blake used to produce his masterworks.
Karine Jean-Pierre, White House press secretary and presidential adviser, announced as Rice’s 2023 commencement speaker
Karine Jean-Pierre, White House press secretary and assistant to the president, will deliver the 2023 commencement address at Rice University during the undergraduate commencement ceremony the evening of May 6. All 2023 Rice graduates along with their families and guests and all members of the university community are welcome to attend the ceremony at Rice Stadium.
Potential for profits gives Rice lab’s plastic waste project promise
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Engineered wood grows stronger while trapping carbon dioxide
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Ruth Simmons to join Rice as President’s Distinguished Fellow
Ruth Simmons, a pioneer in higher education, will join Rice University as a President’s Distinguished Fellow, the university announced today.