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Headshots of Gang Bao and Caleb Bashor

Bao, Bashor receive Kleberg Foundation grant for in-vivo genome editing Wednesday, Jun. 30, 2021

'If successful, our platform could be a game changer for the genome-editing field and lead to the treatment of many genetic disorders that are otherwise incurable.'


Eric Molina and Emma Watson

Eric Molina, Emma Watson receive Outstanding Physician Scientist Awards Thursday, May. 27, 2021

Honor is most prestigious given to students in the dual M.D./Ph.D. program at Baylor College of Medicine.


Jerzy Szablowski

Szablowski receives Mathers grant to research neurological, psychiatric treatment Wednesday, May. 12, 2021

Rice Neuroengineering Initiative faculty member proposes development of 'a single technology that can be easily adapted to treat multiple disorders.'


Headshots of Welch Foundation recipients

Rice engineers receive Welch Foundation research grant Friday, Apr. 23, 2021

George Lu’s proposal involves the assembly of gas-filled protein nanostructures.


Bilal Gosn

Ghosn receives two university awards for teaching accomplishments Tuesday, Apr. 20, 2021

Rice honors lecturer with the George R. Brown Award for Superior Teaching and the Award for Excellence in Teaching in the School of Engineering.


George Lu in lab

George Lu receives Mathers Foundation grant Friday, Apr. 9, 2021

Rice bioengineer looks to develop the use of acoustic reporter proteins and ultrasound to view specific cells within the body. 


us news and world report ranking

Rice biomedical engineering ranks 10th in US News best graduate programs Tuesday, Mar. 30, 2021

Up two spots from previous year.


Sylvie Kalikoff

GMI alumna Sylvie Kalikoff is facing big career decisions Friday, Feb. 19, 2021

As her Rice 360˚fellowship comes to an end, she looks to develop technologies for underserved populations.


Austin Olvera

Why Austin Olvera '21 got busy 3D printing during COVID Tuesday, Feb. 2, 2021

Using social media, the Global Medical Innovation master's student sold tools and face shields.


Sudip Mukherjee, a postdoctoral research associate at Rice University, displays a vial of alginate capsules loaded with mesenchymal stem cells. A study on rodents found that a four-week treatment with the capsules repaired most of the cardiac muscle damage caused by a heart attack. (Photo by Jeff Fitlow/Rice University)

GRE no longer required for BIOE doctoral program applicants Thursday, Aug. 20, 2020

#GRExit has arrived at Rice BIOE