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Flat boron is a superconductorFlat boron is a superconductor
Rice University scientists predict 2-D material – no longer theoretical – has unique properties
Rice University scientists have determined that two-dimensional boron is a natural low-temperature superconductor. In fact, it may be the only 2-D material with such potential.  (March 30, 2016)


Rice nanotechnology pioneer Robert Hauge diesRice nanotechnology pioneer Robert Hauge dies
Distinguished faculty fellow was one of world’s most highly cited chemists
Robert Hauge, 77, a distinguished faculty fellow in chemistry and in materials science and nanoengineering, died March 17 after a long illness. He recently celebrated his 50th year at Rice University, nearly all of them as a faculty fellow. (March 17, 2016)


11 Rice graduate programs ranked among top 25 nationally11 Rice graduate programs ranked among top 25 nationally
Rice University has 11 graduate programs that are ranked among the country’s top 25 in U.S. News and World Report’s “Best Graduate Schools 2017.” (March 16, 2016)


Rice scientists synthesize anti-cancer agentRice scientists synthesize anti-cancer agent
Trioxacarcin molecules bind to the DNA of targeted cells and prevent them from replicating
A team led by Rice University synthetic organic chemist K.C. Nicolaou has developed a new process for the synthesis of a series of potent anti-cancer agents originally found in bacteria.  (March 10, 2016)


Landes wins ACS Early Career awardLandes wins ACS Early Career award
Christy Landes, an associate professor of chemistry and of electrical and computer engineering, has won the 2016 Early Career Award in Experimental Physical Chemistry from the American Chemical Society (ACS).  (January 28, 2016)


Nano-coating makes coaxial cables lighterNano-coating makes coaxial cables lighter
Rice University scientists replace metal with carbon nanotubes for aerospace use
Common coaxial cables could be made 50 percent lighter with a new nanotube-based outer conductor developed by Rice University scientists.  (January 27, 2016)


Graphene composite may keep wings ice-freeGraphene composite may keep wings ice-free
Rice University develops conductive material to heat surfaces, simplify ice removal
A thin coating of graphene nanoribbons in epoxy developed at Rice University has proven effective at melting ice on a helicopter blade.  (January 25, 2016)


Microwaved nanotubes come up cleanMicrowaved nanotubes come up clean
Rice, Swansea scientists use household oven to help decontaminate carbon nanotubes
Amid all the fancy equipment found in a typical nanomaterials lab, one of the most useful may turn out to be the humble microwave oven. (January 22, 2016)

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