Second COVID Symposium Reveals Better Understanding of COVID-19 Wednesday, Jul. 22, 2020
The symposium, co-sponsored by the Rice Department of Computer Science and the Ken Kennedy Institute (K2I), brought together an international team of researchers investigating the COVID-19 pandemic and its potential treatment.
Cells may tell if arthritis flare-ups are coming Monday, Jul. 20, 2020
Rice computer scientist Vicky Yao and colleagues find unique early warning marker
Kathi Fletcher on Product Development and FATE Thursday, Jul. 16, 2020
Alumna Katherine Fletcher (BSEE ’87, MSEE ’94) is passionate about fairness, accountability, transparency, and equity. She calls this combination of values FATE.
Rice Alumni Discuss the MCS Program’s Impact on their Careers Monday, Jul. 13, 2020
The Engineering Professional Master’s Program brought five MCS alumni together to discuss their experiences at Rice. The panel provided prospective students insight on the life of a computer science major after earning their professional masters.
COVID-19 International Research Team Hosts Symposium on Health Crisis Friday, Jul. 10, 2020
Rice Computer Science professor Todd Treangen and postdoctoral researcher Leo Elworth organize 2nd COVID-19 virtual symposium.
Yao publishes study detailing link between Alzheimer’s suspects Sunday, Jul. 5, 2020
Models by Rice Computer Scientist Vicky Yao aid theory that connects mutant tau, amyloid proteins
Wallach leads Rice researchers helping to ready vote-by-mail system Monday, Jun. 29, 2020
Feds fund study to validate, improve VotingWorks’ open-source, vote-by-mail technology
Treangen Granted C3.ai DTI Award for AI-Driven COVID-19 Research Wednesday, Jun. 24, 2020
Rice University computer scientist Todd Treangen has received a C3.ai DTI Award for computational biology research applying AI models to COVID-19 mitigation.
Andrew Huie: CS and a Tokyo Startup Monday, Jun. 22, 2020
Andrew Huie's work at Tokyo Startup Ascent
Kavraki receives NSF grant for COVID-19 'computational pipeline' Sunday, Jun. 21, 2020
Rice computer scientist looks to help identify fragments of SARS-CoV-2 viral proteins that could be used as targets for vaccine development.