Rice, China team uses phage-enhanced nanoparticles to kill bacteria that foul water treatment systems.
Rice University models reveal nanoindentation can benefit crystals in concrete.
Rice University study suggests health, economic benefits of capturing agricultural nitric oxide.
Rretired Rice professor organizes assessment of the Gulf's health before Deewater Horizon accident.
What does one need to strengthen or toughen concrete? A lot of nothing. Or something.
Concrete isn’t thought of as a plastic, but plasticity at small scales boosts concrete’s utility as the world's most-used material by letting it constantly adjust to stress, even centuries after hardening. Rice University researchers are a step closer to understanding why.
Two of our Civil and Environmental Engineering Students were among the top performers recognized at last week's Texas Society of Professional Engineers Award Luncheon.
In at least one - and probably many - oil and gas drilling operations, the use of biocides to prevent the souring of hydrocarbons wastes money and creates an unnecessary environmental burden, according to researchers at Rice University.