Austin | Dallas | Houston
Sort By:   Most Recent  |  Most Relevant
Search within
Search Type:

38 Results. Showing to
Page 1 of 4
Refine By:   Events (18)   Lists (0)   News (20)   Places (0)

To the Exomoon and Back

Texas physicists discover a new way to search for life in outer space

By Claire St. Amant

Although the concept of colonizing the Earth's moon has fallen out of fashion, the search for life beyond our planet is still very much in vogue. Scientists with the University of Texas at Arli ...


Science Hack Day Houston 2014

Houston Museum of Natural Science

Science Hack Day Houston is an all-day, all-night event that brings together inquisitive and creative minds to one place to make wonderful things. Designers, developers, engineers, scientists and a


Rice Science Café: "The Amazing Aurora"

The Black Labrador

The Rice Science Café is a meeting in which for the price of a cup of coffee or tea, a glass of wine or beer, anyone can explore and debate the latest ideas in science and technology. Th


Priestley Science Lecture: "Global Change by Humans: Narrowing Choices for our Future Climate" by Ron Sass

The climate is changing more rapidly than at any other time in the earth's history. The average temperature of the world is increasing, with extreme weather events becoming more common. Humans


Scientific Wizardry

Harry Potter fantasy gets real: Cloak of invisibility moves closer to reality

By Ryan Lakich

Walk up to any Harry Potter fan and ask which magical object featured in the series he or she would most want in real life and quite a few will put a Cloak of Invisibility high on the list. It ...


Wiess School of Natural Sciences Rice Science Café: "The Surprising Behavior of Plants"

The Black Labrador

Despite their tranquil and inanimate appearance, plants are remarkably active in perception of and response to the environment. Plants feel touch and wind, and change their development in response.


Rice Science Café: When Stars and Planets Are Born

The Black Labrador

Some of the most spectacular astronomical images are of vast regions of gas and dust that currently form stars. The understanding of this process has advanced rapidly as new instrumentation from bo


Lecture: "The Physics of Christianity" by Frank Tipler

Rice University

Physicist Frank Tipler will discuss the relationship between science and religion. He will argue that the laws of physics support belief in God and the resurrection of the dead as well as mira


Crossroads Cultural Center lecture: "The Mystery of Matter and the Hunt for the God Particle"

The recent announcement of the discovery of a Higgs-like particle at the Large Hadron Collider, the world's largest and most powerful particle accelerator, has generated enormous shockwaves in


Science on Screen film series: Away From Her with Dr. Stephen Wong

14 Pews

Science on Screen creatively pairs screenings of classic, cult and documentary films with lively introductions by notable figures from the world of science, technology and medicine. This event meld


38 Results. Showing to
Page 1 of 4
Refine By:   Events (18)   Lists (0)   News (20)   Places (0)

Newsletters for exploring your city

Daily Digest

Houston news, views + events

The Dining Report

News you can eat

Insider Offers

Curated experiences at exclusive prices

Promo Alerts

Special offers + exclusive deals

We will not share or sell your email address

Featured CultureLists