From OEDK to the Engineering Professional Master's Program, Rice helped Abby Brooks think like an innovator.
Four teaching professors in the George R. Brown School of Engineering have received promotions, effective Jan. 1.
Engineering team’s device automatically squeezes bag valve masks to save lives.
Electrical and computer engineering team develops wireless monitor for patients with intractable epilepsy.
Mechanical engineering, bioengineering seniors use magnets, tracking sensor to drill bone, insert screws in just the right spot.
Bioengineering team prototypes EpiWear to keep emergency medication at hand at all times.
Device to simplifies placement of screws that secure metal rods to fractured bones in limbs.
Team develops remote sensors to keep real-time eye on roads and neighborhoods.
Rice bioengineer recognized for her 'seminal contributions to the advancement and acceleration of medical and global health technologies.'
The REA wants to raise $18k for a new 3-D printer at the Oshamn Engineering Design Kitchen.