In 2012, the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) awarded $20 million for a new pre-commercialization center at Rice University’s BioScience Research Collaborative (BRC) designed to bring new technologies and therapies to market sooner to prevent, treat and cure cancer.
Two new assistant professors have been hired by the George R. Brown School of Engineering as part of Rice University’s strategic initiative to increase research competitiveness in the field of molecular nanotechnology.
Voting systems must be accurate, usable, accessible and secure to be successful, according to a new paper from a voting behavior expert at Rice University.
Rice scientists lead efforts to make 3-D material.
Ball succeeds Jane Grande-Allen, who will continue to serve as the Isabel C. Cameron Professor and chair of the Department of Bioengineering.
Rice engineers are part of two Houston-based teams to receive funding to use math, statistics, AI and neuroscience to better understand the brain.
The BiliSpec jaundice diagnostic device won funding support at the 7th annual DevelopmentXChange event.