Researchers at Rice University will team with counterparts at MD Anderson to improve cancer therapy with the support of seed funding from the John S. Dunn Foundation.
Physicists from Rice and Kyoto University are using the universe’s coldest fermions to explore quantum magnets.
Rice University engineers design fluidic logic into garments to help people with functional limitations perform tasks without electronic assistance.
This year’s edition of the Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship Energy Tech Venture Forum, the premier venture capital and energy tech conference for connecting innovators, investors, corporations and the energy ecosystem, will feature more than 60 companies pitching their technologies to investors.
A breakthrough by Rice computer scientists could allow more labs and companies to use artificial intelligence.
A Sept. 9 event from Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy will examine misinformation surrounding stem cell research and regenerative medicine.
A new class of molecular motors triggered by visible light kills harmful bacteria by generating reactive oxygen species. The new strategy could be a weapon against antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Rice University mechanical engineers develop a textile-based energy harvesting shoe able to power assistive devices for people with disabilities.
Rice bioengineers have created the first tool for observing the real-time activity of biology’s most ubiquitous signal-processing circuits.
Rice-led research published in Science offers a clear picture of the consequences of land mammal declines on food webs.
As Houston prepares to mark the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Harvey, the second-costliest hurricane to ever hit the United States, Rice sociologist Anna Rhodes is available to discuss her new book examining the storm’s impact on the middle class.
Brushing powdered phosphorus and sulfur into lithium anodes helps keep them from forming damaging dendrites in rechargeable batteries.
The Rice University NLM Training Program in Biomedical Informatics and Data Science wins a $4.16 million National Library of Medicine grant.
Rice and Baylor researchers have used Rice’s “drug factory” implants to eradicate advanced-stage mesothelioma tumors in mice.
Overcoming political and production problems carries national security implications according to the paper, “U.S. Needs LNG to Fight a Two-Front Gas War.”