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Astrophysicists discover a large population of potential young planets in distant solar systems.
Two-time UNLV alumnus Andrew Baca has done a little bit of everything in his career … except let setbacks stand in the way.
A native of Italy, Marta Soligo researches the Italian "flavor" of some Southern Nevada tourist attractions.
Clark County is second in the nation in under-25 homelessness. Researchers at UNLV have come up with recommendations to help stem the tide.
UNLV psychology professor hopes study will influence treatments.
Privacy threats are just as effective at scaring off illegal downloaders as big fines, UNLV study finds.
Ask this researcher about how citizens can be part of policy solutions.
Tune into ESPN2 at 6 a.m. Oct.28 as Hailey's story is chronicled on the network's award-winning E:60 documentary series.
Helping engineering students channel their inner Shakespeare
Scholarship fuels research that could save communities from floods.
Have a student who is struggling — or excelling? Send them to the Academic Success Center. Nicole Stella wants to see them.
College of Sciences Alumnus of the Year Kenneth Bruce Jones found a mentor during a game of three-on-three.
Lee Business School Alumna of the Year Caroline Ciocca has made a career out of giving back.
Dr. Charles Bernick, School of Community Health Alumnus of the Year, has gotten Nevada into the thick of the fight against Alzheimer's.
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Astronomers used the powerful ALMA telescope to discover that in other parts of the Milky Way Galaxy there is potentially a large population of young planets -- similar in mass to Neptune or Jupiter -- at wide-orbit that are not detectable by other current planet searching techniques.
Symbols are communication shortcuts, allowing people to convey information almost instantly. The stop sign. The recycle symbol. The simple stick figure of a man or woman. But what symbol would you use to curb the theft of music online?
Republicans are working to pass the nation’s first tax reform since the Reagan administration, and graduate students are worried about being taxed out of the classroom.
Master’s student Ka-Voka Jackson has combined her passion for biology and the environment with her Native American roots to help solve environmental issues from a unique perspective.
Sometimes, it's not about the human perspective.
At least that's what Ka-Voka Jackson thinks about the reason she travels to remote areas of her ancestral Hualapai land to re-introduce native flora.