Satish Nagarajaiah and Bruce Weisman invention can use fluorescing carbon nanotubes to reveal stress in aircraft, infrastructures.
James Tour, along with Rice materials scientists, combines graphene foam, epoxy into tough, conductive composite.
Gang Bao's experimental therapy could repair mutations that cause genetic diseases.
Rafael Verduzco lab gives organic photovoltaics new properties.
The Institute of Biosciences and Bioengineering at Rice University has honored five teams of researchers, most of whose members are in the George R. Brown School of Engineering, with Hamill Innovation Awards.
For seventeen years, ever since getting her Ph.D., Claudia Zettner has worked for the same employer, ExxonMobil, in greater Houston â€“ a rarity in todayâ€™s fluid job market.
Yvette E. Pearson, associate dean for accreditation, assessment and strategic initiatives in the School of Engineering, shared her message at the 2018 Global Engineering Congress.
BioengineerÂ Han Xiao's labÂ develops method to quickly enhance immune-system proteins for treatment and research.
Monica L. Visinsky's childhood dream of becoming an astronaut didn't work out, but now the Rice alumna supports astronauts as an engineer for Oceaneering Space Systems.
Rice computer scientist Todd Treangen's study finds growth of genomic databases affects species accuracy.