Naomi Halas recently found herself searching Wikipedia to learn about Thomas Pynchon and delighting in the possibility that, somewhere out there, Bono was Googling her.
Why are some people fast learners? Can we teach everybody to be like them? Yes, Wii can. Rice professors Marcia O’Malley and Michael Byrne are making use of Nintendo’s popular Wii video game technology to codify learning systems in ways that can be used in a range of human endeavors, from sports to surgery.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, then Rice University’s precise new image of a virus’s protective coat is seriously undervalued.
Not Your Parents’ Career Services Center
If Rice’s Career Services Center was the chrysalis, then the butterfly is the Center for Student Professional Development (CSPD), a dynamic and interactive learning center designed to enhance Rice students’ knowledge and skills for long-term professional advancement
The Rice Business Plan Competition saw a 45 percent increase in entries for this year’s event.
Nothing kills innovation like having to reinvent the wheel.
A new study finds that Rice ranks third globally in publications in the field of nanotoxicology.
One of the world’s leading interdisciplinary journals on Asia, Rice University-based positions: east asia cultures critique, was unanimously selected as the winner of the 2008 Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ) award for Best Special Issue for “War Capital Trauma.”