His current research focuses on the use of colloidal gels as bio-inks for 3D printing.
Rice engineer’s MagNI can be wirelessly charged and programmed with magnetic fields.
Engineers’ custom circuits would make systems 14,000 times harder to crack than current tech.
Rice bioengineers 3D-print implants to seed multiple layers of tissue.
Capsule neural network predicts extreme weather with WWII-era analog forecasts.
Sibani Lisa Biswal lab tests cells with silicon anodes, alumina coatings that protect cathodes.
Rice’s low-temp photocatalyst could slash the carbon footprint for syngas.
Exchange of research, resources will focus first on energy, materials, sustainable tech.
Rice, Texas Heart Institute scientists model how synthetic gels can tune body’s inflammatory response.
Ming Tang and Rice scientists show point defects in cathode crystals may speed lithium absorption.