While biology and biological processes are fundamental to our research, it is through the integration of engineering and technological tools that we expand basic and life science and positively impact human health.
Neuroengineers at Rice University and the Texas Medical Center are teaming up to create implantable, wirelessly powered nerve stimulators that can be used in place of opioids for pain management.
Hundreds of thousands of babies could be saved through a major global health initiative intended to improve newborn hospital care throughout sub-Saharan Africa.
Rice bioengineer Jordan Miller was selected as a Kavli Fellow for his bioprinting breakthrough.
A bioengineering senior design team took their medical device, StimPill, on the road this summer and placed in two national design competitions.
Rice bioengineers Jane Grande-Allen and Madeline Monroe's filter-paper models hint at how valves calcify
Rice bioengineers develop fluorescent sensors to track nutrients in hydrogel-based healing
Rice bioengineers mix injectable scaffolds at room temperature to grow new tissue.
Bioengineer Tomasz Tkaczyk & colleagues have developed a small, sophisticated spectrometer with unusual versatility.