A Letter from President DesRoches
Unconventional Wisdom: Jim Blackburn in his own words
“Prairie Plots” is a living installation incorporating more than 1,300 plants and seeds selected for their ability to thrive in a harsh South Texas climate.
Cin-Ty Lee, the Harry Carothers Wiess Professor of Geology, has turned his lifelong passion for birds into a full-time hobby at night.
A snapshot of Rice research accomplishments in 2021
Bryan Hassin combines technology, dedication and passion in his fight against climate change.
Julian Cooper’s research focuses on a more sustainable future for thermosets.
Erica Ollmann Saphire studies viruses and immune molecules to develop life-saving therapies.
Artist Dornith Doherty finds beauty and optimism in the layers of catastrophe and preservation.
Recent books by Daniel Cohan, civil and environmental engineer, and Jacqueline Couti, the Laurence H. Favrot Professor in the Department of Modern and Classical Literatures and Cultures
Rice faculty to develop 3D-printed ‘smart helmets’ for the military.
A promising treatment could begin human clinical trials this year.
New center will focus on restoring brain function after disease or injury.
Rice announces ambitious carbon neutral goal supported by initiatives in endowment, faculty research and campus sustainability.
A model for predicting recurrent strokes wins Rice's 2022 Data to Knowledge (D2K) research showcase.
The RiceApps club releases three new useful products.
Rice engineering team’s wireless video laryngoscope may aid airway managers.
Rice’s new Innovation Fellows program supports the promising ideas of young scientists and entrepreneurs.
Rice students are using an inquiry-based learning framework to help solve practical problems for clients in the community.
Rice is leveraging its core research strengths in engineering and science — and its location in the U.S. energy capital — to tackle the urgent challenges of global climate change.
A massive digital resource on the Atlantic and inter-American slave trade finds a home-base at Rice and leads to new discoveries about the history of slavery in Texas.
Two Rice faculty bring their perspectives on disaster to recent books about Hurricane Harvey and flooding in Houston.
The research enterprise at Rice is far-reaching, complex, ambitious — and available to all students.