‘Soft’ nanoparticles give plasmons new potential Dec. 22, 2020
Researchers from Rice University and Baylor College of Medicine have shown that colored light can both activate and deactivate genes of gut bacteria in the intestines of worms. The research shows how optogenetic technology can be used to investigate the health impacts of gut bacteria.
The award supports research at the world's largest medical library at the National Institutes of Health.
Rice commits to Racial Equity Principles Dec. 21, 2020
Athletic programs report now available Dec. 21, 2020
'PODS Squad' wraps up fall semester at Rice Dec. 21, 2020
Lyn Ragsdale, former Dean of Social Sciences, died Dec. 13 at age 66.
Researchers from Rice University and MD Anderson Cancer Center have created a microscope that uses artificial intelligence to quickly and inexpensively image large tissue sections at high resolution with minimal preparation. If clinically validated, the DeepDOF microscope could allow surgeons to inspect tumor margins within minutes.
Weak force has strong impact on nanosheets Dec. 15, 2020
Andrea Bajani has been thinking a lot lately about the journey a writer and reader take together, the evolution of character and the boundaries crossed in pursuit of something new.
Dogtrot dwelling divides to conquer energy bills Dec. 14, 2020