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Turns out the trope is true: You should trust your gut — as long as you’re an expert.
A seamless graphene/nanotube hybrid created at Rice University may be the best electrode interface material possible for many energy storage and electronics applications.
Like a homeowner prepping for a hurricane, the bacterium Bacillus subtilis uses a long checklist to prepare for survival in hard times.
A device that looks like a tiny washboard may clean the clocks of current commercial products used to manipulate infrared light.
Children living in poorer neighborhoods are nearly 30 percent more likely to be obese than children in more affluent residences.
'Crushed' porous silicon anodes show dramatic increase in charge-discharge cycles
Rice University researchers are doping graphene with light in a way that could lead to the more efficient design and manufacture of electronics, as well as novel security and cryptography devices.
A new study of high-tech startups that participated in the Rice Business Plan Competition (RBPC) shows that these entrepreneurs have a much higher rate of success than typical new ventures and are therefore more likely to contribute to job growth.