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Rice insight gives Large Hadron Collider better eyesight
Researchers create interactive map of COVID cases in Texas
NASA Adds Shannon Walker to First Operational Crewed SpaceX Mission
Double-walled nanotubes have electro-optical advantages
Ventilator costing less than $300 developed by Rice University and Metric Technologies
Coral tells own tale about El Niño’s past
Rice announces tuition for 2020-21 school year
How stress and loneliness can make you more likely to get COVID-19
New nano strategy fights superbugs
Executive education for all is goal at Rice this spring
Natural bayou better when floods threaten Houston
Strong signals show how proteins come and go
UCLA-led research team produces most accurate 3D images of ‘2D materials’
Groovy key to nanotubes in 2D
Tissue-digging nanodrills do just enough damage
Scientists create model to predict multipathogen epidemics
New Material Could Turn Clothing into a Health Monitor
A small step for atoms, a giant leap for microelectronics
‘Smart water’ may aid oil recovery
Deep learning rethink overcomes major obstacle in AI industry
Which Democrat will take Texas on Super Tuesday?
Democratic Primary Voters Say Health Care is Top Priority
Optical Society Names Kei May Lau 2020 Nick Holonyak Jr. Award Recipient
Hobby School Survey Finds Texas Senate Race Headed for Runoff
Scientists simplify access to drug building block
Best Boards Conference helps nonprofits maximize impact
Poll: Biden and Sanders are in a Virtual Tie in Texas
Magnet-controlled bioelectronic implant could relieve pain
Rice boosts ‘internet of things’ security – again
A more resilient Houston starts in neighborhoods, Kinder Institute report says
Heavy backpack? Good for you
Algae team rosters could help ID ‘super corals’
Flood buyouts benefit cities and their whitest at-risk neighborhoods
Mathematician and STEM Advocate Talithia Williams to Speak at OU
Graphene forms under microscope’s eye
Feds back Rice computer scientist’s security strategy
New trade deal in focus at Rice Baker Institute event
Grooves hold promise for sophisticated healing
Tumbleweeds or fibrils: Tau proteins need to choose
Keeping a stiff upper lip can hurt your health following death of a loved one
Fed grant backs Rice earthquake research
Cells’ springy coils pump bursts of RNA
Rice fluids researcher earns solid federal support
Ordering in? Plants are way ahead of you
Veteran and military spouses given new opportunities
Rice lab turns trash into valuable graphene in a flash
Shepherd School to host annual Family Concert Feb. 1
Fear of wildfires inspires forward-thinking communities