Dr. Edward Knightly's research in drone technology for sniffing out pollution and other harmful airborne gases has been featured on Smithsonian.com.Â
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Applications for the annual Gulf Coast Undergraduate Research Symposium (GCURS) are due September 12. Limited travel awards are available. Open to students worldwide, GCURS seeks to provide an outlet for undergraduate students to exchange ideas, learn about different areas of research, and gain confidence and experience in presenting their own work to a group of their peers.
Rice Mechanical Engineering students Gentry Clark, Mikaela Juswik and Nathalie Philips, and Electrical and Computer Engineering student Thomas Herring will be competing on PBSâ€™ new reality TV series â€śMake48.â€ť The show will feature teams from Rice and 11 other colleges who will have 48 hours to cr
Have you ever wondered how epidemics and rumrs spread in social networks or how to influence people in Fcebook and Twitter?Â
The Rice Department of Electrical and Computer engineering (ECE) is delighted to announce the addition of several great faculty members for the upcoming year.
HOUSTON â€” (June 8, 2018) â€” The State Department has selected Rice University bioengineer and global health pioneer Rebecca Richards-Kortum to serve as a U.S. science envoy.
What happens at the end of Moore's Law? Where do we go from here? Find out this summer with Professor Junichiro Kono! This course is open to ALL undergraduate students in the US, Asia, and Europe.