A Rice geologist’s birding hobby branched out into citizen science during the pandemic.
A new research brief from Rice University’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research has found that English learners have the most success when they stick with a single program — regardless of program type — and skills from their home language are incorporated in their education.
A panel of experts will explore recent trends in international trade and provide policy recommendations for strengthening the global system during a May 4 event hosted by Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.
Texas has led American efforts for resettling Afghan evacuees, but arriving in the United States is merely the beginning of the resettlement process, and integration challenges are especially pronounced for Afghan women refugees, according to a new brief by Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.
A survey of public opinion in China conducted by researchers at Rice University, the National University of Singapore and the University of British Columbia shows the country’s perceptions of the U.S. plummeted during the presidency of Donald Trump.
A new National Science Foundation-funded study from a Rice University anthropologist will explore how two of the nation’s largest cities are embracing an electric future.
Samuel García Sepúlveda, governor of Nuevo León, will speak about Mexico’s future at the Rice University Baker Institute for Public Policy’s inaugural “Mexico 2025 and Beyond” lecture.
Rice geobiologist Jeanine Ash is participating in an Antarctic mission that’s studying climate change.
Rice scientists have developed an acid-based solvent that simplifies carbon nanotube processing.
The National Institutes of Health extend a grant to help future medical professionals understand nanotechnology-enabled tools to treat cancer.
A student startup developing a filter that helps limit water waste in power plants claimed the top prize at this year’s H. Albert Napier Rice Launch Challenge (NRLC).
The Securing a Strong Retirement Act would greatly enhance Americans’ ability to build sufficient nest eggs, according to an expert from Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.
The global push to convert the world to electric vehicles will cause supply chain complexities that could undermine the alternative energy transition in the United States, according to a new report from Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.
Rice University students will show off their inventions at the annual George R. Brown School of Engineering Design Showcase on April 21.
After more than a year of anticipation, Rice University’s new Brockman Hall for Opera welcomed sold-out audiences April 14 and 16 for its first performances in person.