Rice University Research Repository

The Rice Research Repository (R-3) provides access to research produced at Rice University, including theses and dissertations, journal articles, research center publications, datasets, and academic journals. Managed by Fondren Library, R-3 is indexed by Google and Google Scholar, follows best practices for preservation, and provides DOIs to facilitate citation. Woodson Research Center collections, including Rice Images and Documents and the Task Force on Slavery, Segregation, and Racial Injustice, can be found here.


Recent Submissions

Test thesis
(2024-02-12) Byrd, Sid; Henry, Geneva
Does everything work? This theses will reveal the answer to that question.
Deathlife: Hip Hop and Thanatological Narrations of Blackness
(Duke University Press, 2023) Pinn, Anthony B.
Anthony Pinn examines how hip hop artists challenge white supremacist definitions of Blackness by challenging white distinctions between life and death.
Library Science @ Fondren
(Rice University, 2024-01) Sewell, Jeanette Claire; Fondren Library
A quarterly e-newsletter of library and information science resources.
Rice World: Spring 2024
(Rice University, 2024) Office of International Students and Scholars
Inside this issue: Letter from the Interim Director -- Int'l Education Week -- Winter Events Recap -- The Honor Code -- It's Tax Filing Season -- How to Avoid Scams -- Congratulations, Graduates -- OPT Timeline for Graduating Students -- Training Opportunities in the U.S. -- Navigating CPT for International Students -- Volunteer Opportunities in Houston --Lunar New Year -- Women's History Month -- Spring Break Trip -- International Environmental Superstar -- New OISS Team Members -- Ladies Networking Luncheons - English & Culture Classes -- Join the UIO 2024 & IBP 2024 -- Success and Resources
Theranostic methods and systems for diagnosis and treatment of malaria
(2024-01-02) Lapotko, Dmitri; Hleb, Katsiaryna; Braam, Janet; Olson, John S.; William Marsh Rice University; United States Patent and Trademark Office
Methods, systems, and apparatuses for employing nanobubbles for theranostic purposes are provided. In one embodiment, a method comprising introducing a photothermal nanobubble into a malaria-infected red blood cell is provided.