Technological leap for 'urban mining' could recover precious metals from electronic waste in seconds
An article features Rice research on using flash Joule heating, which was initially developed to produce graphene from carbon sources including waste food and plastic, to recover rhodium, palladium, gold and silver from electronic waste. Co-authors James Tour, the T.T. and W.F. Chao Chair in Chemistry and a professor of computer science and of materials science and nanoengineering, and postdoctoral research associate Bing Deng are quoted.
Yahoo! News (This article originally appeared in The Independent, and similar articles also appeared in 20 other media outlets.)
'Flash' method could get precious metals from e-waste
Futurity (This article was also featured in the "Futurity Today" newsletter Oct. 6.)
Up, up, up. Gas prices keep rising across the country to highest levels since 2014
Mark Finley, fellow in energy and global oil at the Baker Institute for Public Policy's Center for Energy Studies, is quoted.
USA Today (This article appeared in the Oct. 6 print edition, and it appeared online in 10 other media outlets and yesterday's Dateline.)
Have US natural gas exports exceeded their imports?
China's coal habit will be hard to kick
Ken Medlock, senior director of the Center for Energy Studies at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, is quoted.
Barron's (Subscription is required.)
Researchers counted the days Houston had worse than 'good' air quality
Daniel Cohan, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering and a Rice faculty scholar at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, is quoted.
Houston Chronicle (Subscription is required.)
$40B federal energy loans program is back, deputy director says at Houston event
An article cites the Department of Energy's Loan Programs Office's deputy director Dong Kim, who spoke at an energy summit hosted by Rice Sept. 30.
Houston Business Journal
Activists fight back against proposal to turn Tarrant County House district blue
An article mentions the Rice University Lib-Con Scores of members of the Texas House of Representatives.
Bellaire City Council candidates look ahead to Nov. 2 election
A roundup features alumna Andréa Ehlers, who is running for Bellaire City Council Position 5.
Houston Chronicle (Subscription is required. This article appeared in the Oct. 6 print edition of the Chronicle's Bellaire Examiner and a previous edition of Dateline.)
Houston brewery Southern Yankee opens offshoot bar in Montrose
Alumnus Alex Porter is featured.
Houston Chronicle (Subscription is required. This article appeared in the Oct. 6 print edition and a previous edition of Dateline.)
University of St. Thomas esports team aims to redefine 'gamers'
An article mentions Rice's Glasscock School of Continuing Studies' esports management certificate.
Houston Chronicle (Subscription is required. This article appeared on the front of the in the Oct. 6 print edition and a previous edition of Dateline.)
Texas redistricting maps move through Legislature despite high-profile opposition
Mark Jones, the Joseph D. Jamail Chair in Latin American Studies, professor of political science, fellow in political science at the Baker Institute for Public Policy and fellow at the Kinder Institute for Urban Research, is interviewed.
Gov. Abbott, 10 state governors to hold press conference in Mission
KRGV Online (This segment also aired on KRGV-TV in Weslaco, Texas.)
Texas Public Radio
KSTX-AM (San Antonio)
http://dateline.rice/oct-6-jones (This segment aired on more than 20 stations across Texas.)
Happening today: Mayor Turner to honor Hispanic Heritage Award winners
An article features Hispanic Heritage Award recipients Ana María Martínez, artist in residence at Rice's Shepherd School of Music, and David Dzul, who is participating in the Rice University Youth Civic Engagement Research and Advocacy Internship.
CW 39 Online
AC Music Department features accomplished musicians in Art Force Piano Series
A roundup features alumna Rachel Li McDonald, who will perform "Dances and Romances" Nov. 9 as part of the 2021-22 Art Force Piano Series in Amarillo.
Manganese makes its mark in drug synthesis
An article features Rice research into using salt of manganese to further simplify the process of synthesizing fluoroketones, precursor molecules for drug design and manufacture. Co-authors quoted include Julian West, assistant professor of chemistry, and graduate student Yen-Chu Lu.
Explained: Why does Saudi Arabia want to buy Newcastle United?
Kristian Coates Ulrichsen, fellow for the Middle East at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, is quoted.
The Athletic (Subscription is required.)
Prosecutions for marijuana possession have plummeted since hemp legalization
Katharine Neill Harris, the Alfred C. Glassell III Fellow in Drug Policy at the Baker Institute for Public Policy, is quoted.
Greenberg: What's keeping Rick Hahn up at night before the White Sox playoff run?
Martel College freshman Jake Hahn is mentioned.
The Athletic (Subscription is required.)
Kho Irani named as president and CEO of Lion Elastomers
Alumnus Kho Irani is featured.
The venture capital diversity gap and why it matters
An article mentions the Rice Business Plan Competition.
In Los Angeles, Tima Bell is an artist and an architect
Alumnus Tima Bell is featured.
Architects and Artisans
CAG launches new conductor's program
An article features Ben Manis, a graduate of Rice's Shepherd School of Music.
CelloBello honors founder Paul Katz with gala concert, and hosts first charity auction
An article featuring Paul Katz mentions that he formerly taught at Rice.
AFRL nano team takes lead in building stronger ties with India
An article mentions that Air Force Research Laboratory Chief Technologist Tim Bunning met experts at Rice July 29 with fellow collaborators from India's Defense Research and Development Organization and the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur to establish a yearlong study on how to leverage India's scientific and manufacturing expertise to increase the availability of nanomaterials.
Air Force Material Command
A new edition of 'Art:LIVE' features Bjarke Ingels, Idris Khan and Anicka Yi
A roundup featuring Bjarke Ingels mentions that he formerly taught at Rice.
Windfall at WashU! Endowment gains lead to $1 billion in financial aid to students
Rice is mentioned.
Lemons into lemonade, or how the kid got into college
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National Academies selects Tulane for new undergraduate Gulf Scholars Program
An article mentions that Rice is part of the inaugural cohort of the Gulf Scholars Program, a five-year, $12.7 million pilot program that prepares graduates to address the most pressing environmental, health, energy and infrastructure challenges in the Gulf of Mexico region.
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Alumnus Glenn Youngkin, who is running for governor of Virginia, is featured.
Dothan native, celebrated educator, receives historic honor
Alumnus James Earl McLeod is featured.
Emory's John R. Lewis Racial Justice Case Competition expands in second year
An article mentions that Rice is a partnering institution in Emory University's Goizueta Business School's John R. Lewis Racial Justice Case Competition, which seeks student leaders to investigate how companies can address racial injustice within their organizations.
Emory News Center
Check it out: Cellist to perform free concert at The Grove
Alumna Jenaesha Iwassa Browder is featured.
The Wenatchee World
Al Avila outlines offseason: Will Detroit Tigers sign All-Star shortstop, trade prospects?
Rice head baseball coach José Cruz Jr. is mentioned.
Yahoo! News (This article also appeared in 10 other media outlets.)
C-USA football: What they're saying — Week 6
An article mentions that Rice football has a bye week.
VB: Oct. 4 players of the week
An article features Owl Carly Graham, who has been named Conference USA's Setter of the Week.
Swimming and diving opens 2021-22 season on Thursday
An article mentions the Rice Invitational swim meet Oct. 15-16.
FB: Oct. 4 players of the week
An article mentions last week's football game between Rice and the University of Southern Mississippi.
WSOC: Oct. 5 players of the week
An article mentions last week's soccer game between Rice and Western Kentucky University.
Once again, the Texas Longhorns pose a significant challenge to Oklahoma's Big 12 crown
An article mentions the Sept. 18 football game between Rice and the University of Texas at Austin.
Yahoo! News (This article originally appeared in Sooners Wire.)
Red River Showdown: Oklahoma's Lincoln Riley sounds off on Texas star RB Bijan Robinson
Texas WR target Brenen Thompson to announce commitment on Wednesday
Around CFB: BYU or Cincinnati, which 'Group of Five' team is more impressive?
How Steve Sarkisian's quietly mending Texas' season, proving he was a better choice than Urban Meyer
The Dallas Morning News
5 things OU fans should know about Texas: Longhorns bring new coach, QB to classic rivalry
The Dallas Morning News
No. 12 VB set for midweek matchup with North Texas
An article mentions that Rice's volleyball team played the University of North Texas earlier this season.
Volleyball prepares for home showdown with No. 12 Baylor
An article mentions that Rice's volleyball team was defeated by Baylor University 3-0 Sept. 16.
Marshall women's basketball: Backcourt growth a key for Thundering Herd
An article mentions that Rice's women's basketball team was defeated by Marshall University in one of the teams' two regular-season matchups last season.
Throwback Tulsa: Big 12 makes move, invites TCU to join 10 years ago today
Rice is mentioned.
SEC pair try not to let losses linger
An article mentions that Rice's football team was defeated by the University of Arkansas 38-17 Sept. 4.
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (Subscription is required. This article also appeared online in the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, and it appeared on the front of the Sports section in the Oct. 5 print editions of the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette and Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.)
Pittman: 2 mistakes on block
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette (Subscription is required. This article also appeared online in the Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette.)