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
A wireless neurostimulator a little bigger than a grain of rice can be put in place alongside blood vessels to treat neurological diseases and chronic pain.
Former presidential and New York mayoral candidate Andrew Yang took the stage as the featured speaker in the Rice University’s President’s Lecture Series March 28, talking about his experience running for the highest office in the land and how he hopes to fix American democracy.
A total of 19 graduate programs at Rice University rank among the nation's top 25 in their categories in the latest edition of U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Graduate Schools.”
As performance halls around the world open their doors again in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, Rice University's Shepherd School of Music will officially open the new Brockman Hall for Opera with a series of public events scheduled for next month.
Rice marine biologist Adrienne Correa has won a prestigious CAREER Award from the National Science Foundation.
Each semester’s slate of Big Questions courses offered by the School of Humanities starts students’ minds churning over thought-provoking topics. So this fall’s offerings are no surprise: one promises to spur Rice scholars to think critically about what makes bodies normal as opposed to abnormal, while the other course will push students to examine just what, exactly, is a fact.
Rice University alumnus Dennis Sullivan wins the Abel Prize in Mathematics.
A fraction of the wind and solar projects already proposed in Texas could eliminate the state’s remaining coal power plants and their emissions, according to Rice University engineers.
Germaine Franco ’84’s score for Disney’s “Encanto” is the music everyone is humming right now.
Grant recognizes a career dedicated to cultural ambassadorship between France and the United States