Jing Gu, a junior in mechanical engineering, spent her summer working as a research intern at two universities in Japan. Now she has "a deeper understanding of computational fluid dynamics, and a clearer direction for the future.”
Julia Ross, who earned a doctoral degree from Rice University in chemical engineering, was named the Paul and Dorothea Torgersen Dean of Engineering at Virginia Tech, effective July 31.
D. Mark Durcan, trained as a chemical engineer at Rice University and long a leader in advancing semiconductor technology, has been named the 2017 recipient of the Semiconductor Industry Association’s (SIA) highest honor, the Robert N. Noyce Award.
Arun Netravali, a Rice University alumnus in electrical engineering and former president of Bell Labs, is the winner of the 2017 Marconi Prize for his work developing the digital video technology widely used in mobile phones and televisions.
An impromptu donation drive netss big results and shows Rice's commitment to the community.
Lane Toungate, a junior in chemical engineering at Rice University, bridles at “hero” and prefers to describe his rescue of a pregnant woman during Hurricane Harvey as a case of “right place, right time, right equipment.”
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.