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  • During a hearing on drilling in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Rep. Don Young called Rice University professor Douglas Brinkley's testimony "garbage," but Young mistakenly called the professor "Dr. Rice."

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  • It is also a Rice University is a world renowned school with a strong focus on engineering and the sciences.

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  • "When people talk about how we're 'running out of oil,' they're not counting the heavy oil," says Amy Myers Jaffe, who runs the Energy Forum at Rice University's Baker Institute for Public Policy in Houston.

    Facing Up to End of 'Easy Oil'

  • We're seeing the development of two populations groups in Texas: aging Anglos and young minorities, says Steve Murdock, a former Census Bureau director and now a Rice University sociology professor.

    Hispanics guide huge growth in Texas

  • Realizing that his interest in music exceeded his talent, he graduated from Rice University in Houston with a degree in mathematics.

    Jack Calfee, economist who championed free market, dies at 69

  • But what happened to KUSF and Rice University station KTRU and about two dozen other college radio stations in the last decade wasn't a corporate takeover.

    Tracy Rosenberg: College Radio: You Will Be Assimilated

  • Musharraf called the move "disastrous" on Monday, telling an audience at Rice University in Houston, Texas that the aid cut-off is not in the best interest of the United States because it will weaken Pakistan's ability to fight terrorism.

    Musharraf: US Suspension of Aid to Pakistan 'Disastrous'

  • Résumé Education: B.S. in computer science and economics, Rice University (1989); M.B.A., Harvard University (1994) Career: Boston Consulting Group 1989-2001; joined Delta Airlines after Sept. 11, eventually became chief operating officer.

    A Changing Web Culture Fits With Red Hat

  • Amy Myers Jaffe , an energy scholar at Rice University's Baker Institute, noted the declining fortunes of the refining business but was skeptical of Conoco's breakup plan.

    ConocoPhillips to Split in Two

  • Amy Myers-Jaffe, a Rice University professor who co-wrote a report questioning the CFTC's methodology for weighing the impact of speculators, said the names of commodity investors should be made public information.

    Debate Heats Up Over Commodities Holdings


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