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Self-adaptive material heals itself, stays toughSelf-adaptive material heals itself, stays tough
Rice University scientists mix up a new type of flexible composite - See more at: http://news.rice.edu/2016/01/11/self-adaptive-material-heals-itself-stays-tough-2/#sthash.ARUI225v.dpuf
An adaptive material invented at Rice University combines self-healing and reversible self-stiffening properties.  (January 11, 2016)

 

A new twist in genetic switchesA new twist in genetic switches
Rice University theorists reveal a new mechanism of gene regulation
Rice University researchers have a new twist for those clinging to old ideas about a basic biological process. (December 21, 2015)

 

Antibiotic-infused implants designed to help faces healAntibiotic-infused implants designed to help faces heal
Rice University develops time-released gel for space holders in facial reconstruction
Rice University researchers developing temporary implants for facial reconstruction are incorporating a unique way to deliver time-released antibiotics to ward off infection while a patient heals.  (December 17, 2015)

 

Rice trio named National Academy of Inventors fellowsRice trio named National Academy of Inventors fellows
Rice University professors Naomi Halas, James Tour and K.C. Nicolaou have been named fellows of the National Academy of Inventors.  (December 15, 2015)

 

Rice to enter first international nanocar raceRice to enter first international nanocar race
Five teams will participate in October 2016 event in France
Rice University will send an entry to the first international NanoCar Race, which will be held next October at Pico-Lab CEMES-CNRS in Toulouse, France.  (December 14, 2015)

 

Obstacles not always a hindrance to proteinsObstacles not always a hindrance to proteins
Rice researchers’ theory finds blocked path sometimes speeds DNA sequence search
Proteins are little Olympians in the games of life, racing around cells to trigger critical processes through interactions with specific genes. Sometimes they’re sprinters, sometimes hurdlers. But they generally find their genetic targets, whatever the obstacles. (December 10, 2015)

 

Nanotube letters spell progressNanotube letters spell progress
Rice team characterizes, analyzes stiffness of individual branching nanotubes
Never mind the ABCs. Rice University scientists interested in nanotubes are studying their XYΩs.  (December 7, 2015)

 

Nanoscale drawbridges open path to color displaysNanoscale drawbridges open path to color displays
Rice develops first method for reversible color changes with metal nanoparticles
A new method for building “drawbridges” between metal nanoparticles may allow electronics makers to build full-color displays using light-scattering nanoparticles that are similar to the gold materials that medieval artisans used to create red stained-glass.  (December 4, 2015)

 
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