Mike Williams is a senior media relations specialist in Rice University's Office of Public Affairs.
Articles by Mike Williams
Rice University researchers received three grants from the National Science Foundation (NSF) as part of a larger effort to make wireless systems more intelligent and resilient.
Rice lab leads effort to generate thickness-independent piezoelectricity in atom-thick materials. 2D boundaries could be the key.
Researchers are showing how to repurpose deceased spiders as mechanical grippers that can pick up objects, which can be used for soft robotics.
Rice University researchers have developed strain-sensing smart skin that uses very small structures, carbon nanotubes, to monitor and detect damage in large structures.
Rice University models show unique properties of 2D materials stressed by contoured substrates.
Researchers have developed a catalyst that can pull ammonia from low levels of nitrates that are widespread in industrial wastewater and polluted groundwater.
Rice University study suggests stress among misaligned particles in typical cathodes limits flow.
Rice University scientists put forth the idea that graphene on a gently textured surface turns it into “pseudo-electromagnetic” devices.
Rice University scientists are using machine-learning techniques to streamline the process of synthesizing graphene from waste through flash Joule heating.
Rice University researchers discovered that sound can be used to analyze the properties of laser-induced graphene in real time.