Why do carbon nanotubes line up? They're in a groove.
Rice engineer’s MagNI can be wirelessly charged and programmed with magnetic fields.
Engineers’ custom circuits would make systems 14,000 times harder to crack than current tech.
Dean and incoming provost Reginald DesRoches, along with electrical and computer engineer Gene Frantz earn prestigious honor.
Rice’s low-temp photocatalyst could slash the carbon footprint for syngas.
The 2019 Highly Cited Researchers list is a global accounting of scientists who produced decade’s most influential papers.
Rice professor recognized for his 'contributions to input/output scheduling algorithms for storage systems.'
RStudio data scientist shares his career story at first D2K Distinguished Lecture.
Diamond electronics, self-aware networks could benefit millions worldwide.
Rice researchers are changing public perception by making artificial intelligence less flashy and more practical.