The two CTBP Summer Intern programs, Opportunities for Research in Biophysics, Informatics, and Theoretical Science (ORBITS) and Frontiers in Science (FIS), held their end of program poster session on Monday, July 29. The seven FIS students and nine ORBITS students presented to faculty, postdocs
The international workshop and summer school on genome architecture and dynamics, funded by the National Science Foundation and co-sponsored by Rice University, took place in Varna, Bulgaria July 12-19, 2019. The four organizers were José Onuchic (Rice University), Herbert Levine (Northeastern Un
Dongya Jia, a Rice University CTBP postdoc (top row, 4th from the right), received the "2019 AACR Scholar-In-Training Award" from the American Association for Cancer Research while attending their annual meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 30, 2019.
Dr. Vinicius Contessoto presents his research on DNA interaction within chromosomes to prospective Frontiers In Science undergraduates.