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
After more than a year of Zoom concerts and recitals taking the place of public performances in person, Rice University's Stude Concert Hall once again came alive with the sounds of the Shepherd School Symphony Orchestra.
Flash Joule heating recovers valuable and toxic metals from electronic waste. The process allows for “urban mining” of resources that could be a win for the environment as well as for manufacturers.
Rice engineers are developing a noninvasive device to understand how the brain disposes of metabolic waste during sleep.
‘The Sand Recalls the Moon’s Shadow’ runs through Dec. 19.
Scientists have discovered that symbiotic single-celled algae that live inside of and feed corals can reproduce not only by mitosis, but also sexually. Encouraging sex in these algae can accelerate their evolution to produce strains better able to help reefs cope with climate change.
The Moody Foundation has granted Rice $100 million to build a transformative new student center designed by one of the world’s premiere architects and to create endowments supporting student opportunity and success, both as part of the center and in other areas of the university.
The renowned novelist explored the global legacy of colonial attitudes and aggression during the two-night Campbell Lecture Series.
Rice hosts Leah Litman, Melaney Linton, Wendy Davis and more in response to Texas abortion ban via Zoom webinar.
Researchers have identified a possible “Achilles’ heel” in the frustration of amyloid beta peptides as they dock to the fibrils that form plaques in patients with Alzheimer’s disease.