A new study from Rice University and the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio finds health care workers need better training on communication, mental health and culture to support immigrant mental health needs.
Rice University chemists find a rare genetic pathway that helps mammalian cells become drug factories or sensors by synthesizing noncanonical amino acids. The clues came from an uncommon bird.
Researchers at Rice University and the University of Connecticut modify a gene editing tool to serve as a highly sensitive diagnostic test for the presence of the SARS-CoV-2 virus.
Rice bioscientists have created bacteria that self-assembles into a material like putty that could soak up pollutants.
Rice engineers simplify the manufacture of high-efficiency perovskite solar cells.
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.
Engineers at Rice University find a way to identify nanophotonic materials with the potential to improve screens for virtual reality and 3D displays along with optical technologies in general.
Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm, at the Ion, announces the government’s latest “Earthshot” initiative on enhanced geothermal energy.
Rice engineer Ashu Sabharwal is part of three new National Science Foundation-backed projects to advance future generations of wireless communications.
José Onuchic wins the 2023 Founders Award presented by the Biophysical Society.
Rice biologists are using Texas as a living lab to study how symbiotic fungi help grasses tolerate drought.
Researchers at Rice University will team with counterparts at MD Anderson to improve cancer therapy with the support of seed funding from the John S. Dunn Foundation.
Physicists from Rice and Kyoto University are using the universe’s coldest fermions to explore quantum magnets.
Rice University engineers design fluidic logic into garments to help people with functional limitations perform tasks without electronic assistance.