As director of UNLV's radiochemistry program, Art Gelis enjoys mentoring doctoral students.
At UNLV, astronomy Ph.D. graduate Jeremy Smallwood racks up scientific publications rather than stressing about individual grades.
Radiochemistry program teaming with universities, national labs for research and development in nuclear science, engineering, and security.
This math professor strives to find teaching methods that encourage students to enjoy math and pursue further studies.
UNLV astrophysicist Bing Zhang contributes to understanding the physical mechanisms of fast radio bursts in three papers published in Nature.
Pressure — the highest pressure imaginable — is the name of the game for this physics professor.
Life sciences' Helen Wing and colleagues assisting Southern Nevada Health District with viral transport medium; other faculty in College of Sciences contribute protective equipment.
Studying rocks from space replaced this geoscience professor's original career choice of being an astronaut.
Researchers from the College of Sciences showcase the artistic side of science by featuring their most captivating research images.