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UNLV joint study finds that elusive sleep patterns as humans age may have evolved to ensure safety.
From professional reasons to personal connections, faculty across campus share why they’re fond of certain works they penned.
Oral health of modern day African tribe transitioning from hunting and gathering to agricultural diet challenges long held presumptions about our Stone Age ancestors.
Francisco Menendez and Alyssa Crittenden have been recognized for their efforts, which extend beyond the bounds of our campus.
UNLV researchers and inventors made national headlines this year with their discoveries. Here's a round up of some of our top stories of 2016.
UNLV's new School of Medicine takes innovative approach to teaching human anatomy with interactive imaging technology.
First clinical study of its kind finds no benefit for women who eat their placenta as a source of needed iron after giving birth.
From finances to energy, health care, and more, UNLV graduate student researchers are asking important questions about America’s future.
UNLV's chief academic officer on how she'll use her archaeology training to figure out how the pieces fit together at UNLV.
UNLV anthropology professor receives award for research that is highly regarded and responsive to the needs of the state.
Chase, archaeologist and current vice provost at University of Central Florida, will take over as UNLV's chief academic officer May 1.
UNLV researchers made national headlines this year with their discoveries. Here's a round up of some of our top stories of 2015.
UNLV-led anthropology study finds dog owners more attractive to potential mates.
The third-place recipient of the Classified Employee of the Year Award, Erin Azua was lauded for the gentle and caring disposition she displays when interacting with students.
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