Rice, Baylor College of Medicine make necessary step on road to 3-D bioprinting
Nanoengineers create liquid-solid composites using clues from nature.
Nearly 400 students take part in these camps over the summer, learning about opportunities avaialble to them in STEM studies and careers.
Startup incubator's new location provides for collaboration,
Modular, off-grid destination technology could supply families, towns.
US, Italian researchers test 'proprioceptive' feedback with skin-stretch device.
B.J. Fregly will join the Department of Mechanical Engineering with funding from Texas' CPRIT program. Fregly's research is on building computer models of individual patients that can simulate post-treatment patient function for a wide range of treatment options.