U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken will join Rice University Baker Institute for Public Policy Director David Satterfield and Honorary Chair James A. Baker III to discuss the country’s foreign policy strategy at an event at Rice Oct. 3.
Rice computer scientists have won two grants from the National Science Foundation to explore new information processing technologies and applications that combine co-designed hardware and software to allow for more effective and efficient data stream analysis using pattern matching.
The Baker Institute Center for Energy Studies at Rice University and Baker Botts L.L.P. will co-host their seventh annual energy summit Oct. 4-5. The two-day conference at Rice’s James A. Baker III Hall will feature international and domestic perspectives through keynote addresses and discussions with energy experts in industry, government and academia.
Rice University is one of more than 360 colleges in the U.S. committed to making financial aid offers more transparent.
A battery recycling process developed by Rice scientists can retrieve valuable metals from mixed cathode and anode waste with a yield exceeding 98% in less time than normal using low-concentration acid, reducing both the cost and negative environmental impact.
The Energy Tech Venture Forum, hosted by the Rice Alliance for Technology and Entrepreneurship, named 10 energy companies "most promising" by energy investors, highlighting them for driving innovations that shift energy practices toward a more sustainable, reliable and lower carbon future.
Rice scientists mapped out the three-dimensional structure of one of the smallest known CRISPR-Cas13 systems then used that knowledge to modify its structure and improve its accuracy.
The Advanced Research Projects Agency for Health has awarded a Rice-led team $45 million to rapidly develop an implant with sense-and-respond technology that could slash U.S. cancer-related deaths by more than 50%.
Rice University President Reginald DesRoches announced the creation of a $1 million scholarship named after Ruth Simmons, a President’s Distinguished Fellow and higher education trailblazer.
The economic burden of brain and mental health-related disorders — along with the need to fuel innovation in the field so the U.S. can continue to compete economically — has prompted the need for a brain science-inspired industrial strategy that will build America’s “brain capital,” argues an expert from Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.
Copper-based catalysts developed by Rice University materials scientists help speed up the rate of carbon dioxide-to-methane conversion.
Rice University trustee Terrence Gee and family have donated $1 million to the university to help establish the Dr. Anthony B. Pinn Postdoctoral Fellowship in the Center for African and African American Studies.
Acclaimed conductor Robert Spano, music director of the Aspen Music Festival and School and Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra, will take the Stude Concert Hall stage later this month to kick off the Rice University Shepherd School of Music’s 2023-24 season as he leads the university's chamber orchestra Sept. 28 and its symphony orchestra Sept. 29-30. All three concerts will begin at 7:30 p.m.
To make a gene-editing tool more precise and easier to control, Rice University engineers split it into two pieces that only come back together when a third molecule is added.
European buyers’ reluctance to sign long-term liquefied natural gas (LNG) contracts risks repeating energy challenges from Europe’s previous overreliance on Russian natural gas as well as further burdening consumers who are already paying billions more for energy than necessary, according to a new report from Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.