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Robotics at Rice

Can you feel what I’m saying?

Rice’s MAHI Lab studies technology that communicates by touch Jade Boyd – OCTOBER 29, 2018 Imagine the panic. Fire alarms blare. Smoke fills the room, and you’re left only with the sense of touch, feeling...

Rice Data Science Conference: ‘By definition, we are crossi...

Patrick E Kurp – OCTOBER 10, 2018 “What we do is perform virtual treatment on virtual patients. The goal is to personalize medicine.” That’s how B.J. Fregly described the impact of data science on his research...

Kavraki, Vardi receive NSF grant for human-robot collaboration

CINTINIA LISTENBEE – AUGUST 28, 2018 Rice scientists have been awarded a National Science Foundation grant to develop a novel framework for collaboration between humans and robots. Lydia Kavraki and Moshe Vardi...

He plays tic-tac-toe with robots

PATRICK KURP – JUNE 19, 2018 Tic-tac-toe is often the first game children, and sometimes robots, learn to play. “With robots, they have to know not only how the game is played...

Lydia Kavraki featured in Nomatic Monument for Women in Robotics

CINTINIA LISTENBEE – JUNE 19, 2018 Lydia Kavraki, the Noah Harding Professor of Computer Science and of bioengineering at Rice University, is among the eight women featured in the Nomadic Monument for Women in...

6-legged ‘horse’ rides to the rescue

MIKE WILLIAMS – APRIL 26, 2018 Rice students’ hippotherapy device could help patients recover movement, balance Rice University students are working toward a long-standing goal of making the benefits of hippotherapy...

Computer science event draws local students to Rice

MIKE WILLIAMS – APRIL 23, 2018 A Houston student works on a challenge at the Rice University School Mathematics Project Computer Science Fair, held on campus April 18. Photo by Jeff Fitlow Rice University...

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