A $1 million Keck Foundation grant will support work by Jacob Robinson to understand neural pathways.
The little things of life mean a great deal to Julea Vlassakis, who will bring her study of protein complexes and their role in cancer proliferation to Rice University this year.
Rice University bioengineers collaborated on a six-year study that systematically analyzed how the surface architecture of silicone breast implants influences adverse side effects.
Rice University bioengineer Gang Bao, a pioneer in the search for a way to treat and perhaps cure sickle cell disease, is co-author of a significant step forward revealed in Science Translational Medicine and led by his colleagues at Stanford University.
Computer scientist Lydia Kavraki of Rice University’s Brown School of Engineering has won a prestigious National Institutes of Health U01 grant to develop a new approach to model and analyze protein-ligand interactions in cancer research.
Bioengineer Jane Grande-Allen has been named one of 26 fellows of the International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering for 2021.
Rice University researchers have engineered a bacterium capable of diagnosing a human disease, a milestone in the field of synthetic biology.
Rice University bioengineers are fabricating and testing tunable electrospun scaffolds completely derived from decellularized skeletal muscle to promote the regeneration of injured skeletal muscle.
Rice engineers' wireless implants now allow for multiple stimulators to be programmed and magnetically powered from a single transmitter.
A student-designed implantable pump to help relieve pressure on the brains of patients with normal pressure hydrocephalus or idiopathic intracranial hypertension has won the top prize in this year’s Brown School of Engineering Design Showcase.
People who compulsively pull their hair – suffering from an affliction known as trichotillomania – could find relief with a device created by Rice University students.
Getting around during the pandemic often requires getting your temperature taken to check for COVID-19. A team of seniors at Rice’s Brown School of Engineering wants to make that practice more practical for facilities around the world.