Rice bioscientists have created bacteria that self-assembles into a material like putty that could soak up pollutants.
Rice physicists and collaborators have demonstrated a new method for predicting whether metallic compounds are likely to host topological states that arise from strong electron interactions.
Rice physicists have discovered a quantum material where electrons engage in a collective dance that appears to be governed by both their electronic and magnetic natures.
Seasoned Rice Owls and new students alike were invited to the annual Student Activities Fair Sept. 1. Held in the student center and the adjacent Central Quad, Rice’s over 200 student clubs and campus departments set up shop to spread the word about their organizations and how interested students can get involved.
Rice has risen to No. 15 among the nation’s top universities ranked in the latest edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges” guidebook.
The Rice Student Center and the Doerr Institute for New Leaders joined forces Aug. 25 to host a fun filled Owls After Dark Game Night.
Rice biologists are using Texas as a living lab to study how symbiotic fungi help grasses tolerate drought.
Physicists from Rice and Kyoto University are using the universe’s coldest fermions to explore quantum magnets.
A breakthrough by Rice computer scientists could allow more labs and companies to use artificial intelligence.
A new class of molecular motors triggered by visible light kills harmful bacteria by generating reactive oxygen species. The new strategy could be a weapon against antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Rice University mechanical engineers develop a textile-based energy harvesting shoe able to power assistive devices for people with disabilities.
Rice O-Week 2022 wrapped up on a hot August Saturday after seven straight days of academic advising, introductions to all things Rice and more than a little fun along the way.
Brushing powdered phosphorus and sulfur into lithium anodes helps keep them from forming damaging dendrites in rechargeable batteries.
The Rice University NLM Training Program in Biomedical Informatics and Data Science wins a $4.16 million National Library of Medicine grant.
Rice and Baylor researchers have used Rice’s “drug factory” implants to eradicate advanced-stage mesothelioma tumors in mice.