Lab waits to see how Houston’s historic 2021 freeze impacted tiny wasp species
Rice, Texas A&M engineers simulate restoration strategies for reinforced concrete columns
Composition student Jaylin Vinson creates dynamic cello quartet performed by fellow freshmen
Animal-dispersed plants' ability to keep pace with climate change reduced by 60%
Grant will further enhance Rice's reputation as a center for Africa and African diaspora studies, digital humanities
Exhibition kicks off year of programming for art center’s fifth anniversary
CAAAS hosting Robert Michael Franklin Jr. for Jan. 17 talk via Zoom
‘Pressure bumps’ in sun’s protoplanetary disk explain many solar system features
Software under development at Rice University and its partners reveals mutations in the omicron variant of SARS-CoV-2 that may help it evade antibodies, including those from vaccinations.
HOUSTON – (Dec. 1, 2021) – Ruth López Turley, a prolific education researcher, professor of sociology and director of Rice University's Houston Education Research Consortium (HERC), has been selected as the next director of the university's Kinder Institute for Urban Research after current director Bill Fulton steps down June 30, 2022.
Art exhibitions at Moody, MFAH will contextualize research presented Dec. 3-4
Rice University engineers boost the efficiency while retaining the toughness of solar cells made of two-dimensional perovskites.
Two Rice Architecture students win a City of Houston competition to design an accessory dwelling unit with plans freely available to the public.
Vice President for Administration Kevin Kirby, chair of the Rice's Crisis Management Advisory Committee, sent a message regarding the updated COVID-19 vaccination policy for employees in a Nov. 19 email to the university community.
New classes from Humanities professors explore essential issues of our time
Architecture team led by Rice alumnus will create new gateway to campus
Assistant professor’s latest book of poetry incredibly intimate, rebelliously joyful
Researchers at Rice University and the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, establish a framework for properly decontaminating disposable facemasks.