Engineering study is next step for SSPEED Center’s proposed hurricane barrier
As other sources subside, Rice study shows nitrogen emissions cause greater share of pollutants
Apparatus shows how parts of electrons move at different speeds in 1D
Economics, finance scholar will assume post as DesRoches ascends to presidency
Owls will officially join league July 1, 2023
Computer scientists’ interactive program aids motion planning for environments with obstacles
Simpson-Sullivan, Gunnarsdottir also turn in All-American performances
Doctoral graduate Natsumi Komatsu has been awarded a prestigious Schmidt Science Fellowship
Physicist Guido Pagano wins a prestigious Early Career Research Award from the Department of Energy.
Rice University materials theorists model a contoured surface overlaid with 2D materials and find it possible to control their electronic and magnetic properties. The discovery could simplify research into many-body effects, including quantum systems.
Rice trustee Dr. Huda Zoghbi is a co-recipient of the prestigious 2022 Kavli Prize in Neuroscience.
One of the top administrators at Rice University never taught a class here, but grateful colleagues who joined together last week for a celebration of her long and distinguished career hailed her as nothing less than one of the great teachers and leaders on campus.
Rice University chemists, working with the Ford Motor Company, processes waste plastic from end-of-life trucks into graphene for composite materials in new vehicles.
Rice University will begin the next academic year with four new Board of Trustee members. Asuka Nakahara, Jeremy Thigpen, Claudia Gee Vassar and Lori Whitten will serve four-year terms beginning July 1.
A prairie garden at Rice University demonstrates the benefits of replacing manicured lawns with resilient plants and grasses that need little maintenance and help protect the environment.
Rice engineers introduce DAP, a streamlined CRISPR-based technology that can perform many genome edits at once to address polygenic diseases caused by more than one glitch.
A theoretical framework by Rice University scientists shows how to increase the odds of identifying cancer-causing mutations before tumors take hold. They demonstrate that only a few energetically favorable pathways are likely to lead to cancer.