David Warren started using the Center for Career Development (CCD) as a freshman. The captain of Rice’s varsity tennis team, Warren has used the CCD for help with résumé writing and for learning how to shine in interviews.
Understanding how oil and gas molecules, water and rocks interact at the nanoscale will help make extraction of hydrocarbons through hydraulic fracturing more efficient, according to Rice University researchers.
Donaldo Almazan and Isaac Phillips are the winners of this year’s Phil Layton Scholarships, given annually to engineering students who have made significant contributions to their engineering studies and to the visual or performing arts.
Three new fellowship awards from Rice University’s Shell Center for Sustainability will permit Rice faculty and postdoctoral research fellows to study ways to promote coastal infrastructure sustainability, improve soil quality with the use of biochar and examine coastal change over time.
What could cancer cells and drug-resistant bacteria possibly have in common with Stone Age settlers of the Americas? They're all migratory, and at one time or other, each finds the going a bit easier in a specific direction.