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
As Houston emerges from the COVID-19 pandemic, the economy and crime top the list of residents’ concerns in the 2022 Kinder Houston Area Survey. Stress, anxiety, loneliness and isolation persist as the pandemic wanes, the survey shows, and Houstonians want the government to spend more money addressing economic inequalities and improving public schools.
Rice engineers discovered 6G wireless “pencil beams” are vulnerable to eavesdroppers armed with DIY metasurfaces.
Engineers at Rice and Waseda universities produce a video simulation to illustrate the complex aerodynamics around a moving car and its tires.
Rice University bioscientists have uncovered a tiny detail that could help understand how DNA replicates with such astounding accuracy.
Over two days of festivities, Rice’s 109th commencement celebrated a resilient class of undergraduate and graduate students, most of whom spent the majority of their Rice careers under the specter of COVID-19. The final May 7 ceremony marked the first universitywide commencement in three years.
Sport analytics, the subject of the hit movie “Moneyball” and the book of the same name , has transformed the way professional and college teams scout and evaluate potential players.
Rice Architecture's Wortham Fellows are among recipients of this year's Architectural League of New York Prize for Young Architects.
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.