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
President Reginald DesRoches delivered the news in an email to the Rice community Dec. 22.
Rice engineers find snapshots lead to bias in testing wastewater for antibiotic-resistant genes.
The Rice football team came up short in its first postseason appearance since 2014, but that didn't stop the Owl faithful from enjoying the sights and sounds surrounding last week's the LendingTree Bowl.
Bioengineer Antonios Mikos receives the 2023 Jensen Tissue Engineering Award.
President Reginald DesRoches delivers his inaugural State of the University
Rice chemists use flash Joule heating to recover graphite anodes from spent lithium-ion batteries.
In appreciation of the Alexander family of Houston's longtime support of Jewish Studies in the School of Humanities and the Woodson Research Center in Fondren Library, Rice will name the Houston Jewish History Archive the Joan and Stanford Alexander South Texas Jewish Archives effective Jan. 1.
Rice University engineer Jamie Padgett is one of five United States researchers to be named a National Science Foundation BRITE Fellow.
Two Rice graduate students are among the inaugural recipients of the Quad Fellowship.
Joshua Winograde, one of the nation’s leading arts administrators, will join Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music as professor of opera and director of Opera Studies in July.