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“Inquiry: The Art of Scientific Discovery” shows the beauty of science and the artistic side of even the most lab-bound of scientists.
Zhaohuan Zhu is the first UNLV scientist to earn fellowship for early career scholars considered ‘next generation of scientific leaders.’
Four faculty researchers have been turning heads in their fields and well beyond.
Exoplanet discoveries have opened up brash new ways to think about the way systems operate in distant galaxies, and challenged how we approach own galactic neighborhood.
"Inquiry: The Art of Scientific Discovery" brings College of Sciences together with UNLV Galleries for an exhibit of images and objects related to UNLV research.
Students pitch in on a project to restore native vegetation around the drought-stricken Lake Mead. View the photo essay by UNLV photographer Josh Hawkins.
More than a dozen students will partner with the National Park Service and other groups on a restoration project to add native plants, protect shoreline, and boost wildlife.
A compilation of media coverage profiling just a few of the many people of UNLV who made news in 2016.
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.
Four newly minted grads will be recognized by UNLV President Len Jessup during Saturday's commencement for their academic and research excellence.
This biologist advises students to become involved in research to enhance their academic experience.
The key feature of these systems is a hot planet on a short orbit. Understanding these systems may help us better understand the process involved in making planets.
The improved facility will open to the public Oct. 8.
DuPont Industrial Biosciences will sponsor research conducted by UNLV microbiologist Brian Hedlund.
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