Texas Heart Institute and Rice University’s heart-saving nanotube fibers have advanced to the semifinal round of STAT Madness.
Two Rice University faculty members have been named to the College of Fellows of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering.
Texas Heart Institute and Rice University’s heart-saving nanotube fibers have advanced to the quarterfinal round of STAT Madness.
Rice bioengineers are calling on federal officials to draft their lab and thousands like it to rapidly scale up coronavirus testing.
A Texas Heart Institute/Rice project to use nanotube fibers to repair damaged hearts advances to round 3 of STAT Madness.
Rice University engineers are part of a team that's developing an 'intelligent' bandage to regrow muscle tissue for wounded soldiers.
Rice University bioscientists develop a versatile gene signal amplifier that can not only do a better job of detecting the expression of chromosomal genes than current methods but can potentially be used to detect any cellular gene.
Theoretical simulations at Rice University suggest structural maintenance of chromosome proteins coil not only around each other but also around the strands of DNA they help manipulate. These strands are formed into loops that regulate transcription and other cellular processes.
Keeping track of a child’s shots could be so much easier with technology invented by a new Rice University professor and his colleagues.
A new global health initiative with Rice University roots could save the lives of hundreds of thousands of babies.
A new study finds Malawi made sustained improvements in the survival of babies with respiratory illness by adopting CPAP nationwide.
Inspired by their professor, Rice bioengineering students find their mojo on the running track.