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gloved hand squirting liquid from syringe onto a petri dish
Oct 4, 2018
Research

The public is invited to get a first-hand glimpse at innovation.



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Oct 4, 2018
Research

UNLV engineers developed a team of drones that detect radioactivity in areas where it’s unsafe or unfeasible for other trackers to go.



Eric Fries
Oct 4, 2018
Research

Archaeologist Eric Fries digs deep into the Maya civilization.



Shaimaa Abdelhaleem
Oct 4, 2018
Research

Most kids want to be doctors, vets, police officers, or teachers when they grow up. Shaimaa Abdelhaleem had different ideas.



Trevor Dotson
Oct 4, 2018
Research

Master’s student Trevor Dotson found a left-brain, right-brain balance and brought functional creativity to the theater world.



two dancers
Oct 3, 2018
Arts and Culture

This biennial concert celebrates the longstanding partnership between two great institutions of dance — UNLV Dance and Korea National Sport University.



three stacked retro televisions displaying rainbow off-air signal
Oct 3, 2018
Arts and Culture

UNLV professor Erika Abad on the history of LGBTQ people in comics, television, film, and other media, and why TV's latest superhero is just what we need.



Dr. Nadia Gomez
Oct 3, 2018
Research

A national study on simulation training is changing how obstetrics and gynecology practitioners learn to perform surgeries.



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Oct 3, 2018
Arts and Culture

The current MGM Art & Culture visiting artist discusses his process and new work, "Vendarta 100: Six Elements and the Seasons."



man with cello
Oct 3, 2018
Arts and Culture

Royal plays his “grown-up lullabies” in New York’s subways to connect with the city's commuters. But, you can hear his jazzy, poppy brand of crossover right here in Las Vegas.



two women at resort property
Oct 3, 2018
Research

Few women hold executive positions in the hospitality industry. Two UNLV researchers explore the implications.



Plate with food made out of money
Oct 2, 2018
Research

UNLV researchers explore how plant genes, food rescue, and financial savvy could help feed humankind.



female dancer surrounded by yellow material
Oct 2, 2018
Arts and Culture

The Barrick Museum's D.K. Sole on UNLV's role in ensuring that "we never forget."



dancers outdoors at night
Oct 1, 2018
Arts and Culture

Join us for a celebratory evening honoring the Las Vegas arts community for its dedicated support of the arts and culture.



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