The annual Discover Research Fair returned in person this year, held Sept. 29 in the Grand Hall.
Brain Drain team tops Engineering Design Showcase
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.
Students wonder what to do with old windmill blades
Wind power has a bright future, but what happens when wind turbines power down? A worn blade the length of a football field isn’t easy to recycle.
Biochem lab partners win Goldwater Scholarships
Passionate pursuit of research opportunities pays off for Syed Shams and Jim Zhang
The game’s afoot in virtual chemistry lab
Members of Rice's Department of Chemistry put forth a video “choose-your-own-adventure” strategy to help undergraduate students conduct virtual experiments.
Top Rice data science team shows heart in plan to save babies
Winning Data to Knowledge Lab project uses data science techniques to help save babies with congenital heart defects.
Humanities courses ask the big questions — about death, hate and Disney
Classes contemplating three of the largest forces at play in our world will feature in the newest Big Questions courses.
Global health students’ innovation not stopped by COVID-19
Students at Rice University and in Malawi present device designs to deal with the COVID-19 crisis during the Rice 360˚ Institute for Global Health Intern Showcase.
Posters, oral presentations pivot online for Undergraduate Research Symposium
Rice’s Undergraduate Research Symposium (RURS) is the big yearly event for students across disciplines to showcase their research projects and receive recognition for their work.
#CoronaCovers: Rice violin student practices social distancing while performing 'I Want To Hold Your Hand'
HOUSTON – (March 26, 2020) – Hand-holding is the last thing anyone should do during the COVID-19 pandemic, but a Rice University Shepherd School violin student won’t let social distancing stop her from doing what she does best.