how physics saved two million premature babies

Do you sometimes spend hours watching MninuteEarth videos? We’re definitely guilty. We are so excited to debut MinuteEarth’s newest video about the CPAP device. Check out who makes a cameo at 2:28!

student spotlight: renata wettermann

In a continual effort to put a “face” to Rice 360°, we sat down with student Renata Wettermann ’17 last week. She’s an incredibly inspiring student and is on the fast track to great things. Renata, a senior from Palatine, Illinois, is a Health Sciences, Biochemistry, and Global Health Technologies major at Rice. She’s headed to Baylor…

reflections from malawi: taking flight

Good morning! This post has a dual purpose: (1) we’d like to introduce our first guest blogger, Matt Petney. We may have coerced him into being a guest blogger, but he provides invaluable insight about what is happening over in the design studio in Malawi. Matt works with the faculty at the University of Malawi Polytechnic…

cheers to a happy and healthy new year!

Welcome global health enthusiasts to Rice 360°’s new blog! Thank you for your support — whether you’ve been part of our family of supporters for some time or if this is your first time checking us out! At Rice 360°, we provide students with the opportunity to design effective, low-cost global health tools for low-resource…