Renovation of the historic Mechanical Engineering building, now called Maxfield Hall is complete.
Rice's Educational and Research Initiatives for Collaborative Health has announced six seed grants for research collaborations between faculty from Rice and the Texas Medical Center.
A student project to predict the need for maintenance in natural gas compressors and avoid unexpected shutdowns has won this year’s Data to Knowledge Lab Showcase.
Legal sports gambling will be analyzed at the Ninth Eubank Conference on Real World Markets at Rice.
Marina Vannucci, the Noah Harding Professor of Statistics, is a co-author on a primer on "Bayesian Statistics and Modeling" that will be published in Nature Reviews Methods Primers.
Winning Data to Knowledge Lab project uses data science techniques to help save babies with congenital heart defects.
Scientists and statisticians at Rice University’s Brown School of Engineering have worked long hours for months to help the city of Houston monitor the spread of COVID-19 through traces of the coronavirus found in wastewater treatment plants.
Hurricane Harvey ravaged the Houston area three years ago, but as another major storm threatens the upper Texas coast, a new report from the Texas Flood Registry shows the 2017 disaster's lasting impact is felt more strongly than that of subsequent storms, including Tropical Storm Imelda.
Kathy Ensor, the Noah G. Harding Professor of Statistics at Rice, has been elected the 117th president of the American Statistical Association.
The Rice University COVID-19 Research Fund Oversight and Review Committee funds nine more faculty teams working to mitigate the effects of the new coronavirus.
As governments and health professionals around the world attempt to contain the spread of COVID-19 and lessen its impact, a researcher from Rice University plans to examine how the barrage of information and recommendations related to the virus impact human behavior, thanks to a Rapid Response Research (RAPID) grant from the National Science Foundation.
Grants to Rice faculty will support diagnostic, environmental and social projects.