Rice Architecture's Wortham Fellows are among recipients of this year's Architectural League of New York Prize for Young Architects.
Engineers develop a high-performance nanowire catalyst that pulls ammonia and solid ammonia (fertilizer) from nitrate in wastewater.
Rice University chemists treat waste plastic to absorb carbon dioxide from flue gas streams more efficiently than current processes.
These students picked Rice for a reason
Rice engineers suggest that flaring of natural gas at oil and gas fields in the United States, primarily in North Dakota and Texas, contributed to dozens of premature deaths in 2019.
The Rice University Sustainable Futures Fund backs six projects to help bolster the planet’s environmental health.
Rice University scientists applied their flash Joule heating process to coal fly ash and other toxic waste to safely extract rare earth elements essential to modern electronics and green technologies.
Rice University scientists are using machine learning techniques to streamline the process of synthesizing graphene from waste through flash Joule heating.
The Nov. 19-20 conference focused on narratives around natural catastrophes in the Americas and Circum-Caribbean
Top-ranking EPA official headlines this semester’s Walter Isle Lecture
Flash Joule heating recovers valuable and toxic metals from electronic waste. The process allows for “urban mining” of resources that could be a win for the environment as well as for manufacturers.
Sylvia Dee, an assistant professor of Earth, environmental and planetary sciences, wins an early-career fellowship to pursue Gulf of Mexico research.
The Baker Institute for Public Policy’s Kelsey Norman, fellow for the Middle East and director of the Women’s Rights, Human Rights and Refugees Program, has been awarded the 2021 Emerging Scholars Policy Prize
HOUSTON – (Aug. 3, 2021) – Iran’s groundwater depletion and food security crisis is an issue of global importance reflecting not only climate change, but also a pattern of policy mismanagement, according to an expert from Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.
The environmental philosopher wants to model a new work-life balance that sends a message of care.