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
Nobel Prize-winning chemist and beloved Rice University Professor Robert Curl died July 3 at age 88.
Today marks my first day as president of Rice University and exactly five years since I first arrived at Rice. I am humbled and grateful for the opportunity to serve such a distinguished institution and have already received a tremendous amount of support.
This is the final day of my service as president of Rice, and I face just one key but difficult task, namely to try to adequately express our gratitude to the Rice community. Ping and I came to Rice 18 years ago with only an inkling of what lay ahead. We were excited by what we had learned about Rice, including what the university had accomplished and what its ambitions were. We were hopeful about what we might contribute, and yet not sure what to expect.
Rice computer scientists develop Emu, which uses long reads of genomes to identify bacteria in a community.
Increased flooding in the U.S. is exposing more people to industrial pollution, especially in racially marginalized urban communities, according to new research from Rice University, New York University and Brown University.
A self-made businessman who started out working in oilfields and ended up building an empire in energy and real estate investments will be memorialized at Rice University with a landmark new science and engineering building named in his honor.
Rice University will expand global education and research opportunities for its students and faculty with the opening of the Rice University Paris Center, which holds its ceremonial launch this week.
Anniversary finds Rice physicists pushing forward as Large Hadron Collider reboots
Houston, Harris County, Port Houston and entrepreneur Joe Swinbank have chipped in for an engineering study of Galveston Bay Park, a chain of man-made islands that Rice University experts have proposed building as both a hurricane barrier and a 10,000-acre public park.
Rice hosted a celebration of Juneteenth with a series of panels exploring ideas and questions relevant to the holiday.