Study suggests that lithium batteries would benefit from more porous electrodes with better-aligned particles that don’t limit lithium distribution.
How Houston can leverage its competitive advantages to lead the transition to a lower-carbon future will be the focus of an April 22 event at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy hosted by the institute’s Center for Energy Studies and the Renewable Energy Alliance Houston (REAL Houston).
Rice University theorists show why salt gives a significant speed boost to valuable 2D molybdenum disulfide, an effect they say may work for other 2D materials as well.
Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy has released its latest China Energy Map, an open-source, interactive chart of the country’s energy infrastructure.
Rice University engineering students develop a simplified, wireless video laryngoscope to help clinicians intubate patients before procedures or in an emergency.
Rep. Michael McCaul, ranking member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, will discuss United States policy regarding the war in Ukraine at an April 14 event hosted by Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.
LIDROTEC, a student startup from RWTH Aachen University in Germany that aims to increase production in the semiconductor industry, took home the grand prize at the 2022 Rice Business Plan Competition (RBPC).
Stopgap options including an infusion of gas from allied nations could help Europe maintain enough energy supplies to offset a potential cutoff from Russian gas, according to experts from Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.
Rice University professor Tomás Morín has won a 2022 Guggenheim Fellowship, an honor bestowed annually by the John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation to a slate of the world’s top scholars, artists, writers and scientists.
Electrical and computer engineer Kaiyuan Yang wins a National Science Foundation CAREER Award.
Rice University chemists treat waste plastic to absorb carbon dioxide from flue gas streams more efficiently than current processes.
The James A. Baker III Prize for Excellence in Leadership will be awarded to Austin Tice, an American journalist taken hostage in Syria nearly a decade ago, during an April 13 ceremony at Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy. Marc and Debra Tice, his parents, will accept the honor on his behalf.
Rice researchers are leading a federally funded project to improve communications between microelectronics and microorganisms.
When you walk into Rice University's new Brockman Hall for Opera, it's easy to be awestruck by its beauty and grandeur.
Thinking of getting a tattoo but worried about consequences on the job? Maybe you shouldn’t be so concerned: New research from Rice University and the University of Houston finds that customers don’t necessarily look down on employees with tattoos – and in some settings, ink is seen as a plus.