Explaining the big numbers behind Rice’s banner year in sponsored research
The Community Bridges program pairs Rice students with local nonprofits to benefit the greater good.
Timothy Gilheart manages 150 highly sophisticated instruments across campus.
This capstone course integrates topics that span environmental sciences and career paths.
Jayaker Kolli finds ways to connect people, ideas and creative pursuits.
Viruses that threaten coral reefs thrive in increased global temperatures.
Recent publications by Rice faculty in architecture, history and the "superhumanities."
Five innovative engineering design projects that aim to improve lives
Bioengineers use fake skin and real blood to study mosquito feeding.
Scott Solomon’s new podcast gives us all a chance to learn from specialists out in the field.
For undocumented Latino families in the U.S., chronic daily stressors compromise health and well-being.
Ramamoorthy Ramesh in his own words.
A recent field trip to Niger turned up rivers of fish fossils for evolutionary biologist Robert Laroche to study.
What is the impact of the state of Texas’ take over of the Houston Independent School District?
Tiny cylinders deliver time-released drugs in a single shot.
Visitors to this exhibition will find themselves immersed in the imagination of artist JooYoung Choi.
To help detect diseases early, Tom Carroll is creating home-based diagnostic tests.
A picture history of chemistry; Black life and police violence; and philosophy in the films of Terrence Malick
Alumnus Robert Plummer works to advance fusion ignition for a sustainable clean energy future.
Biomedical engineer Jenny Robinson studies the role hormones play in injury prevention and rehabilitation.
Rachel Carson is at the heart of Douglas Brinkley’s new book documenting the rise of environmentalism.
A Note from President Reginald DesRoches
Our summer research-themed issue delivers a snapshot of the past year's dynamic scholarly pursuits.
What’s it like to study abroad? Rice students’ photos capture cozy moments, stunning landscapes and much more.