A survey of Texas college and high school coaches, trainers and athletic directors suggests many are not taking climate change into account as they plan their programs’ futures.
Rice ecologists have created open-source software to rapidly gather field data with Microsoft’s mixed reality headset.
Rice computer scientists are leading the development of programmable networks that respond to change in seconds without downtime.
Rice's Ken Kennedy Institute is organizing and hosting the AI in Health Conference Nov. 7-9 at the BioScience Research Collaborative.
Ramamoorthy Ramesh, a condensed matter physicist and materials scientist with more than 25 years in academia, industry, national labs and government service, has been named Rice University’s vice president for research.
OwlSpark, Rice University’s high-growth tech startup accelerator, is celebrating 10 years of facilitating entrepreneurship and its 10th cohort, along with debuting the inaugural class of the small business accelerator BlueLaunch, which is focused on growing ventures of any industry.
Providing care for people with dementia is a physically demanding and emotionally taxing job that often falls upon loved ones, whose own health can suffer as a result.
Even if they’ve never served time in prison, people who have felony convictions still have difficulty accessing stable housing, according to new research from a Rice University sociologist.
The Kelley Center for Government Information, part of Rice University’s Fondren Library, is celebrating 45 years as a patent and trademark resource center with a party July 28.
Rice chemical engineers have improved their light-powered catalyst for destroying forever chemical PFOA.
Rice chemists have discovered pyramid-shaped gold nanoparticles put their own twist on 2D self-assembly.
Rice, NASA and Caltech scientists have solved a mystery that began with a 2016 discovery by Mars rover Curiosity.
Rice University engineers find they can manipulate the legs of dead spiders to serve as grippers.
For school-age students and their parents, school choice programs can be complicated and stressful. Research from Rice University economist YingHua He suggests the process gets easier when schools are upfront about admission prospects and other details that factor into decisions, and that students should be allowed to apply before having to rank schools in order of preference.
Kelly Fox, a senior executive with more than 20 years of experience in higher education, has been named Rice University’s vice president for finance and administration.