Rice researchers learn to predict how crystals take shape from their internal chemistry, even when the crystal lacks symmetry.
The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on religiosity and practices in the Muslim world will be discussed in a Nov. 29 event at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.
A light-activated catalyst efficiently converts ammonia into clean-burning hydrogen using only inexpensive raw materials.
Bioengineer Kevin McHugh wins a Distinguished Scientist Award for brain cancer research from The Sontag Foundation.
Rice Business will offer a Ph.D. with a concentration in organizational behavior starting next fall. The deadline to apply is Jan. 13, 2023.
Put on your holiday cheer and head over to Rice University’s Shepherd School of Music on Saturday, Dec. 3 for a spirited celebration.
An expert in leadership and organizational change is available to speak on Twitter employees’ exodus.
The flash Joule heating process developed at Rice turns asphaltenes, a byproduct of crude oil production, into graphene for use in composite materials.
Syzygy Plasmonics, a Houston-based startup fueled by technology developed at Rice University, has announced $76 million in Series C financing led by Carbon Direct Capital — one of the largest rounds of funding for a venture spun out of a Rice lab.
Simulations reveal details about the magnetic interactions between gadolinium contrast agents used in MRI scans and their environment.
Following a record-breaking drought over the summer, China is on the brink of a water catastrophe that could have devastating consequences for global food security, energy markets and supply chains, according to a report from Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.
Businesses that offer public declarations of support for the Black community after violent events like the murder of George Floyd and other serious incidents are more attractive to prospective employees and have bigger bottom lines, according to new research from Rice University.
Amid news reports that rockets or missiles have landed in Poland near the Ukrainian border and killed two people, Rice University political scientist Ric Stoll is available to discuss the situation as it unfolds.
Mental and physical health support tops the list of Houston Independent School District student and parent needs, according to a new survey from Rice University Kinder Institute’s Houston Education Research Consortium.
Rice Business received top billing on two prominent lists rating academic excellence that were announced today: Princeton Review and Entrepreneur magazine’s entrepreneurship ranking (No. 1) and Poets and Quants’ online MBA ranking (No. 5).