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 annualÂ DevelopmentXChange event.
TheÂ process allows color images to be printed on specially coated paper and then erased so that different images can be printed on the same paper.
Rice, China team uses phage-enhanced nanoparticles to kill bacteria that foul water treatment systems.
Two new assistant professors have been hired by the George R. Brown School of Engineering as part of Rice Universityâ€™s strategic initiative to increase research competitiveness in the field of molecular nanotechnology.
Rice University has undertaken a university-wide initiative to increase the quantity and quality of data-driven knowledge and discovery. The Data Science Initiative, funded at roughly $45 million, is part of the universityâ€™s recently announced $150 million investment in research excellence.
In 2012, the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT) awarded $20 million for a new pre-commercialization center at Rice Universityâ€™s BioScience Research Collaborative (BRC) designed to bring new technologies and therapies to market sooner to prevent, treat and cure cancer.
Scientists predicted and created new two-dimensional electrocatalysts to extract hydrogen from water with high performance and low cost. In the process, they also created a simplified model for testing next-generation catalysts.
Rice University scientists map ways forward for lithium-ion batteries for extreme environments.