The Rice Space Institute provides a unique collaborative environment in which to meet the educational, research and technological challenges faced by the exploration and study of space.
The Houston Spaceport Frontier Lectures, designed to introduce our students and the general public to the wide array of issues involved in the pursuit of an advanced presence in space: international policy, technology innovation, commercialization, biological impacts, space science, etc.
OwlSat, a small research satellite designed by Rice University students to monitor ult
Patricia Reiff, a professor of physics and astronomy and associate director for public
A portable planetarium and telescopes offering views of the lunar surface will occupy
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine and Rice professor and author Douglas Brinkley head
Rice University is intricately linked to America's historic journey to the moon, and r
The Baker Institute’s stately Doré Commons served as the backdrop for the recording of
More than 55 years after President John F.
Astronaut and Rice alumna Peggy Whitson ’86 was inducted into the Texas Aviation Hall
Brian O'Brien, who put experiments on the moon as a Rice space science professor in th