Rice researchers learn to predict how crystals take shape from their internal chemistry, even when the crystal lacks symmetry.
A light-activated catalyst efficiently converts ammonia into clean-burning hydrogen using only inexpensive raw materials.
Bioengineer Kevin McHugh wins a Distinguished Scientist Award for brain cancer research from The Sontag Foundation.
The flash Joule heating process developed at Rice turns asphaltenes, a byproduct of crude oil production, into graphene for use in composite materials.
Simulations reveal details about the magnetic interactions between gadolinium contrast agents used in MRI scans and their environment.
Businesses that offer public declarations of support for the Black community after violent events like the murder of George Floyd and other serious incidents are more attractive to prospective employees and have bigger bottom lines, according to new research from Rice University.
Rice and the Indian Institute of Technology Kanpur sign a three-year cooperation agreement to collaborate on issues critical to the United States, India and the globe.
Rice and Houston Methodist have awarded seed grants for research in robotics, imaging, cardiovascular bioengineering, and psychological and behavioral health.
Rice bioengineers, synthetic biologists and cancer researchers celebrated the opening of Rice’s first CPRIT Core Facility, the Genetic Design and Engineering Center, or GDEC, Nov. 10 at the BRC.
Rice faculty members have installed “Building Ecologies” at Post Houston to demonstrate a “circular” strategy that incorporates environmental systems into architecture.
Jerzy Szablowski earns NIH support to research noninvasive reporters that monitor gene therapy in the brain.
Rice engineers have a new strategy for making batches of carbon nanotubes with a single, desired chirality.
Mechanical engineers dramatically advance computational fluid dynamics models of airflow around a moving car and its tires.
Statisticians use electronic diary entries by more than 1,000 patients with epilepsy to gain a better understanding of how “attractors” are associated with the likelihood of seizures.
State-sponsored retirement plans could help workers save more and help retirees rely less on social services — as long as the cost-effectiveness of such plans aren’t bogged down by fees — according to a new report from Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy.