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Dateline Rice for June 14, 2018

A 2015 Rice study titled “Lessons from a School District-University Research Partnership” by co-author Ruth López Turley, director of Rice’s Houston Education Research Consortium, associate director of research at Rice’s Kinder Institute for Urban Research and professor of sociology, is cited.

    Dateline Rice for June 14, 2018
    NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL What the happiest 2-career couples are doing differently Research from Otilia Obodaru, assistant professor of management at Rice's Jones Graduate School of Business, is [...]
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Dateline Rice for May 25, 2018

An article about performance enhancing drugs mentions a 2005 Rice study about the effects of erythropoietin in the body.

    Dateline Rice for May 25, 2018
    Gut sensor could monitor health - and beam results to a smartphone Scientists have developed a small, ingestible capsule that mixes synthetic biology and electronics to detect bleeding in the digestive tract, but the sensors may need to be much more sensitive to reliably measure chemicals in the gut, according to Jeffrey Tabor, assistant professor of bioengineering and of biosciences.
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May 21

Dateline Rice for May 21, 2018 (Weekend Edition)

...about methods to increase college application rates for Houston Independent School District students mentions a 2015 Rice study that determined that hiring more college counselors increased rates by 23 percent. Research from...

    Dateline Rice for May 21, 2018 (Weekend Edition)
    How Conoco's fight with Venezuela landed in Curacao: QuickTake Francisco Monaldi, fellow in Latin American energy policy at the Center for Energy Studies, the Mexico Center and the Latin America Initiative at the Baker Institute for Public Policy and a lecturer in energy economics at Rice, is quoted in an article about Conoco's recent asset seizure of Venezuela's oil and gas equipment as well as in an article about the likely economic fallout of Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro's re-election victory.
    http://news.rice.edu

May 16

Dateline Rice for May 16, 2018

An article mentions a 2012 Rice study that devised a theory about how the eruptions of volcanoes Mauna Loa and Kilauea in Hawaii are physically connected.

    Dateline Rice for May 16, 2018
    Michael Bloomberg: For new graduates, an honor code for life Michael Bloomberg's commencement speech at Rice is mentioned in several outlets. Salt Lake Tribune http://bit.ly/2wMJfSz 'MSNBC Live with Stephanie Ruhle' MSNBC http://bit.ly/2Kuww98 (Click the video button to watch the broadcast.) Axios (Scroll down to "9.
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Dateline Rice for May 1, 2018

A 2013 Rice-led expedition to map the seafloor off the coast of Spain has revealed details about...

    Dateline Rice for May 1, 2018
    FEATURED ITEMS University's Baker Institute to bring in former President Obama The 44th president of the United States, the Honorable Barack Obama, will take part in a moderated conversation at the 25th anniversary gala of Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy Nov. 27. Edward Djerejian, director of the Baker Institute, is quoted.
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Dateline Rice for April 27, 2018

A 2013 Rice-led expedition to map the seafloor off the coast of Spain has revealed details about...

    Dateline Rice for April 27, 2018
    NATIONAL/INTERNATIONAL Special election to replace Blake Farenthold will be a summer twofer Mark Jones, the Joseph D. Jamail Chair in Latin American Studies, professor of political science, fellow in political science at Rice's Baker Institute for Public Policy and fellow at Rice's Kinder Institute for Urban Research, authored an op-ed in The Hill on what to expect from a special election to replace U.S.
    http://news.rice.edu

Apr 26

Dateline Rice for April 26, 2018

The first study to spring from a 2013 Rice-led international expedition to map the sea floor off the coast of Spain has revealed...

    Dateline Rice for April 26, 2018
    Harvey registry will track storm's health toll Hurricane Harvey exposed Houstonians to increased air pollution, water pollution, soil contamination and indoor mold. Rice's Kinder Institute for Urban Research has partnered with the Houston Health Department and the Environmental Defense Fund to track those affected in order to help researchers and public health officials identify health trends and develop plans to reduce risk from future storms. Marie Lynn Miranda, Rice's Howard R.
    http://news.rice.edu

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