Yousif Shamoo in his own words
A COVID-19 saliva test invented by Rice bioengineers paves the way for testing in low-resource settings.
Rice Coffeehouse adapts to life in the pandemic.
Female student athletes pivot to safely compete, win and set school records.
Students design a campus art-finding app.
Through the study of Earth’s climate variations and how they affected human evolution and history, this course helps students judge the anomalous character of recent climate change, establish its anthropogenic nature and discuss solutions to the current climate crisis.
“Hello, Hamlet!” continues its quadrennial run with an entirely prerecorded rendition available to stream.
Under construction since 2019, the new residential college building welcomed Sidizens under continued pandemic protocols.
For Maria Failla, the plant show must go on.
Planetary geologist Kirsten Siebach is part of the team operating the Perseverance rover on Mars.
Kindness is always on the menu at Lemond Kitchen.
We asked Daniel Cohan, who studies air, climate and energy at Rice, to explain what factors led to February’s cascading power failures in the wake of extreme winter cold.
Researchers transform a greenhouse gas into valuable acetic acid.
Excerpts from Owlmanac
A moment in time on campus
From a seed of an idea, a major new addition to the Houston landscape has blossomed along Sims Bayou, turning an underutilized golf course into 132 acres of ecosystems, horticultural displays and walking trails.
An author and bioengineer explores real-life biomedical advances first imagined in the realm of science fiction.
Whether in a Rice classroom or via his work as a public scholar, U.S. presidential historian Douglas Brinkley draws from America’s past to illuminate the crises of the moment.
The Moody Center for the Arts celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Rothko Chapel.