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2014-01-23 23:01:23

ServerMonkey will be attending the Startup Career Fair at Rice University on January 24, 2014.

2013-12-27 12:21:38

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Scientist Creates Morphing Material That Has Huge Potential
2013-12-10 09:58:50

Heating a sheet of plastic may not bring it to life – but it sure looks like it does in new experiments at Rice University.

Scientists Use Computers And Experiments To Better Predict Chemical Dissolution
2013-12-06 12:53:32

Scientists from Rice University and the University of Bremen's Center for Marine Environmental Sciences (MARUM) in Germany have combined cutting-edge experimental techniques and computer simulations to find a new way of predicting how water dissolves crystalline structures like those found in natural stone and cement.

2013-11-26 14:00:16

A method by Rice University researchers to model the way proteins fold – and sometimes misfold – has revealed branching behavior that may have implications for Alzheimer’s and other aggregation diseases.

2013-11-11 21:26:13

A computational method to quantify the adsorption of gas by porous zeolites should help labs know what to expect before they embark upon slow, costly experiments, according to researchers at Rice University.

Researchers Link Von Willebrand Factor To Heart-valve Calcium Deposits
2013-11-07 09:32:39

Heart valves calcify over time, and Rice University scientists are beginning to understand why.

3-way Genetic Switch Revealed For Cancer Metastasis
2013-10-24 09:00:34

Cancer researchers from Rice University have deciphered the operating principles of a genetic switch that cancer cells use to decide when to metastasize and invade other parts of the body.

2013-10-16 09:08:08

Scientists at Rice University are enhancing the natural antioxidant properties of an element found in a car’s catalytic converter to make it useful for medical applications.


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dynamitard
  • A political dynamiter.
The word 'dynamitard' is related to 'dynamite', which comes from a Greek root meaning 'power' and was coined by Alfred Nobel.