In North Carolina, Mark Little leads a collaborative approach to rural economic development that builds on community relationships to create and sustain job growth.
Former roommates and careerlong colleagues Barney Graham and Bill Gruber have been instrumental in the development of vaccines for respiratory diseases and HIV. Today, they’re at the forefront of the COVID-19 pandemic — working to piece together lifesaving vaccines in record time.
The fall 2020 semester began in the midst of a relentless pandemic. But Rice was ready, and about 40% of undergraduates returned in August to live on campus. Six Rice students from the RAW Photography Club, along with staff photographers, captured scenes of student life, adjusted for this moment.
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After stealing the show on “Indian Matchmaking,” Aparna Shewakramani is shaking off the haters and mulling her next role.
A blur-correcting camera lets Gemini South telescope take crystal-clear images of star-forming nebula.
Rice Opera’s first virtual opera combines recorded musical performances, green screen backgrounds and lots of ingenuity to tell a story of resistance.
Houston’s wastewater treatment plants have emerged as a key source of data about the spread of COVID-19.
A study of exhaled aerosols points to the importance of ventilation for performance artists.
Students are leading a daily protest at the founder’s statue.
Every two years since 2006, Dan Wallach, Michael Byrne and Robert Stein have combined their back-grounds in computer science, psychology and political science, respectively, to lead a class aimed at demystifying the mechanics of voting and elections in America.
Just three weeks into the fall 2020 semester, we photographed 15 students and asked them about being optimistic in these unprecedented times.
New podcast sheds light on research and the behind-the-scenes work of Rice historians.