Top-ranking EPA official headlines this semester’s Walter Isle Lecture
Geneticists and archaeologists studying ancient DNA should engage with stakeholders in the places where they conduct research, minimize damage to human remains and share their data, according to new guidelines outlined in a paper co-authored by a Rice University anthropologist and published today in Nature.
The Game Theory Society was created in 1999 to promote research, teaching and application of game theory.
Rice engineers adapt a compound to serve as a universal anticorrosive coating for steel.
Rice University engineers are printing 3D lattices of glass and crystal with sub-200 nanometer resolution. The technique could make it practical to print micro-scale electronic, mechanical and photonic devices.
Rice University bioengineer Jerzy Szablowski wins a prestigious Packard Fellowship to pursue noninvasive brain research.
Rice President David Leebron regaled a crowd of local business and education leaders at a luncheon hosted by the Greater Houston Partnership with a fireside chat on the future of higher education, the COVID-19 response and more.
As Broadway's theaters come to life again after more than a year of darkness during the COVID-19 pandemic, one of Rice University's own young talents will be lighting up the stage.
A present-focused mindset made mothers more likely to maintain a feeling of control as demands on their time increased.
Heckman is best known for his work on how early childhood development impacts health, economic and social outcomes.
ISLA seeks to position Rice on the cutting edge of contemporary studies and research
New findings about stellar jets also provide a path forward for astronomers awaiting launch of the James Webb Space Telescope.
Chicken tenders and more are on the menu from the team that brought Little Kitchen HTX to Brochstein
Okjökull first made international headlines when Rice anthropologists organized the first memorial service for a glacier lost to climate change.
After more than a year of Zoom concerts and recitals taking the place of public performances in person, Rice University's Stude Concert Hall once again came alive with the sounds of the Shepherd School Symphony Orchestra.