Rice, Connecticut labs engineer Cas13 to simplify the identification of coronavirus
Four men, two women honored for pioneering contributions during tumultuous era
Rice-led project could make perovskite cells ready for prime time
Building will expand space for research, add dramatic two-story gallery
Rice, Notre Dame, Environmental Defense Fund study measures psychological, economic resilience after hurricane, pandemic
Rice Stadium gathering celebrates the president’s 1962 task to the nation — and humanity
University also rates among nation’s best values in higher education
Rice and Baylor researchers have used Rice’s “drug factory” implants to eradicate advanced-stage mesothelioma tumors in mice.
Rice and NASA extend their pact to share research and outreach through a Space Act Agreement.
On the second morning of O-Week, Rice’s incoming Class of 2026 gathered in Tudor Fieldhouse to hear a panel of professors share their secrets for success — both at Rice and beyond. Three faculty members from separate schools delivered short, TED-style talks encouraging freshmen to stay open to the possibilities the university offers.
An eventful first day of O-Week for Rice’s Class of 2026 was capped off with yet another annual Rice tradition — the matriculation ceremony and accompanying slate of speeches that signal the official beginning of incoming students’ new lives as members of the Rice community.
A light drizzle didn’t stand a chance of dampening spirits inside Rice’s hedges when the university’s incoming Class of 2026 arrived on campus Aug. 14 for their jubilant move-in day celebration.
Rice researchers model a key mechanism by which DNA replicates. The study could help identify new targets to treat disease.
Rice and Baylor College of Medicine are creating tiny implants that can heal damage from heart attacks.
Rice’s Naomi Halas and Peter Nordlander have won the prestigious 2022 Eni Energy Transition Award.
Rice University researcher Julia Saltz and two co-principal investigators have received a $1.4 million grant from the National Science Foundation to investigate and model the underlying factors of genetic variation in trait development in fruit flies across environments and over generations.
A system to track COVID-19 through Houston’s wastewater became the basis of an epidemiology center that has now earned special designation from the U.S. government and $1 million in its first year of federal funding.