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Birth of the Bacterial  CircuitBirth of the Bacterial Circuit
 (1/21/2016 1:50:44 PM) The American Society of Mechanical Engineers features an article about a bacterial circuit created by Mathew Bennett and Chen Ye.
Aryeh Warmflash wins NSF CAREER AwardAryeh Warmflash wins NSF CAREER Award
 (12/24/2015 12:03:47 PM) Aryeh Warmflash wins NSF CAREER Award.
Evolution Day 2015.Evolution Day 2015.
 (11/20/2015 3:10:25 PM) Students from the EBIO 124 course became teachers for a few hours on Nov. 15 as part of the Houston Museum of Natural Sciences’ celebration of Evolution Day 2015. 
Printing molecules in 3D.Printing molecules in 3D.
 (11/20/2015 3:07:54 PM) George Phillips teaches students to use 3D printing technology to create molecular models in his structural biology course.
12 Rice undergraduates participate in Texas Children's Hospital Developing Investigative Scholar's Program.12 Rice undergraduates participate in Texas Children's Hospital Developing Investigative Scholar's Program.
 (11/20/2015 2:38:43 PM) 12 Rice undergraduates participate in Texas Children's Hospital Developing Investigative Scholar's Program.
Marine EcologistMarine Ecologist
 (11/20/2015 2:22:10 PM) Adrienne Correa’s Coral Reef Ecology courses were featured in Rice Magazine this fall. 
Caught in the act: New wasp species emerging.Caught in the act: New wasp species emerging.
 (11/3/2015 5:08:51 PM) Caught in the act: New wasp species emerging.
Space flies model how gravity affects the human immune system.Space flies model how gravity affects the human immune system.
 (11/3/2015 5:06:25 PM) By analyzing fruit flies raised in the microgravity of spaceflight and in hypergravity, Kathleen Beckingham and Deborah Kimbrell studied how the immune system responds to altered gravity
iGEM offers unique student experienceiGEM offers unique student experience
 (10/14/2015 2:08:45 PM) Rice University and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) recently fielded the first transcontinental team in the history of the International Genetically Engineered Machine competition (iGEM) in Boston.
Research points to possible fungal control for leaf-cutter antsResearch points to possible fungal control for leaf-cutter ants.
 (10/9/2015 11:00:01 AM) Research points to possible fungal control for leaf-cutter ants.
20151009 Amina Qutub, Dan Wagner, and Jacob Robinson collaboration.20151009 Amina Qutub, Dan Wagner, and Jacob Robinson collaboration.
 (10/9/2015 10:56:28 AM) Amina Qutub, Dan Wagner, and Jacob Robinson collaborate to study how neurons form networks to help injured brains heal themselves.
Deep divings whales could hold answers for synthetic blood.Deep divings whales could hold answers for synthetic blood.
 (9/25/2015 3:59:34 PM) The manuscript on the role of apoglobin stability in expression of holomyoglobin, authored by Premila Samuels, Lucian Smith, George Phillips, and John S. Olson, was among the five most viewed this quarter on the Journal of Biological Chemistry website.
Ecological review finds little proof of cheating among cooperating species.Ecological review finds little proof of cheating among cooperating species.
 (9/23/2015 4:51:22 PM) A newly published ecological review finds little proof of cheating among cooperating species. Rice University evolutionary ecologist Emily Jones was a co-lead author of the study and part of a research team working under the auspices of the National Center for Ecological Analysis and Synthesis at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Rice - HKUST joint iGEM team.Rice - HKUST joint iGEM team.
 (9/14/2015 3:49:37 PM) Students from Rice and the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology (HKUST) will make history at the annual iGEM competition as the first team to feature students from two institutions on opposite sides of the world.
Modified bacteria become a multicellular circuitModified bacteria become a multicellular circuit
 (9/14/2015 3:45:34 PM) Rice University researchers, from left, synthetic biologist Matthew Bennett and graduate students Andrew Hirning and Ye Chen, have created multicellular circuits by programming bacteria to alter gene expression in an entire population. Photo by Jeff Fitlow.

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