Picture1
IMG_7179
mircoscopestudents_edited
95002dfd-ce3c-43c2-8997-68aade4ccdce
DSC01535
6b1318f6-a722-4341-aa5c-a9c601477a08

WE INNOVATE

FOR
GLOBAL IMPACT

EDUCATE
DESIGN
PARTNERS
Show More
STUDENT SPOTLIGHT

In 2006, Elizabeth was a junior in high school in Waterford, Virginia and becoming a doctor was on her radar. On a whim, she and her mother, a physical therapist, emailed a small hospital in Malawi to ask if they could come for the summer to help. Six months later, the reply was: “Yes, come.” And they went, providing physical therapy and taking vital signs all summer long.

Please reload

Transforming students into innovators
and ideas into sustainable solutions

 

In partnership with Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital, Baylor College of Medicine, and 3rd Stone Design, Rice 360° has developed a low-cost, high-performance bubble CPAP system to treat infants with respiratory distress syndrome in the developing world.

 

View more technologies

UPCOMING EVENTS

Apr 15, 2016

8:00am - 6:30pm

The competition, which is in its sixth year, is sponsored by Rice 360° Institute for Global Health Technologies with support from the Lemelson Foundation. It features teams of students who present technologies they have designed to address specific health needs in low-resource settings. 

Apr 14, 2016

4pm - 7pm

This showcase and competition highlights many of the school’s engineering design projects and represent our students’ success. 

Please reload

Please reload

Rice 360˚ Institute for Global Health
6100 Main MS-636
Houston, Texas 77005-1827

Rice 360˚ Malawi

Queen Elizabeth Central Hospital

P.O. Box 95
Paediatric Department
Blantyre, Malawi


rice360@rice.edu

  • Facebook Clean
  • Twitter Clean
  • White YouTube Icon
  • White LinkedIn Icon