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Set in the heart of Houston, Texas, the nation's fourth largest city, Rice is a comprehensive research university that fosters diversity and an intellectual environment that produces the next generation of leaders and advances tomorrow's thinking.

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A study from University of Kansas and Rice University reveals how, despite a highly publicized lead advisory, children in Flint, Michigan, who were enrolled in Medicaid received lead tests earlier but the proportion of Medicaid-eligible children who were tested did not change.
Crafty hackers can make a tool to eavesdrop on some 6G wireless signals in as little as 5 minutes using office paper, an inkjet printer, a metallic foil transfer and a laminator.
Ancient DNA from the remains of nearly three dozen African foragers — groups associated with hunting, gathering and fishing — sheds new light on how groups across sub-Saharan Africa lived, traveled and settled prior to the spread of herding and farming.
Rice University physicists help discover evidence that xenon isotope’s half-life tops all so far.
Rice University researchers advance craniofacial surgery with 3D implants made inside the patient
Stanford University scientists are training machine learning algorithms to help shed light on earthquake hazards, volcanic eruptions, groundwater flow and longstanding mysteries about what goes on beneath the Earth’s surface.
New research from Rice University and the Ohio State University indicates that mindless switching between digital devices is associated with increased susceptibility to food temptations and lack of self-control, which may result in weight gain.
Rice University engineers have figured out how soil contaminated by heavy oil can not only be cleaned but made fertile again.
A jagged little protein appears to be key to how cancer stem cells differentiate and enable metastasis, according to researchers at Rice University and the Duke University School of Medicine.
Elementary school children who move from low-income to higher-income neighborhoods form new friendships faster than teenagers, according to a newly released study conducted by a Rice University researcher.