UNLV In The News

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January 25, 2021
This was supposed to be the semester when America's largest school districts reopened.
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January 25, 2021
This was supposed to be the semester when America's largest school districts reopened.
January 25, 2021
UNLV is reporting additional cases of the coronavirus.
January 25, 2021
The Jan. 6 siege on the U.S. Capitol moved Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, even Snapchat and Pinterest, among other social media platforms, to dump former President Donald Trump for fomenting insurrection.
January 25, 2021
This was supposed to be the semester when America's largest school districts reopened.
January 25, 2021
What you flush is helping researchers track COVID-19 before cases spike and as new mutations of the virus appear.
January 25, 2021
Nevada public health officials Sunday reported 1,194 new coronavirus cases and 15 additional deaths.
BBC
January 25, 2021
With the nights at their longest and the weather at its bleakest, winter is in full force for those of us in the northern hemisphere. After the hubbub of the holiday season – even if our celebrations were a little different this year – it’s tempting to hunker down and wait for spring to brighten our moods before we think about socialising out and about. This year, perhaps more so than any we have experienced before, that retreat indoors has coincided with an increase in Covid-19 restrictions, meaning that for many across Europe and the US the decision isn’t optional.
Ars Technica
January 23, 2021
Jason Steffen studies planets in other solar systems. His most famous work—OK, second-most famous work—was with NASA’s Kepler Mission, a survey of planetary systems. But you’re more likely to have heard of Steffen, a professor at the University of Nevada at Las Vegas, in a very different context: as a student of the airplane boarding process. Years ago, after waiting in yet another line on a jam-packed jetway, the physicist thought to himself, “There has to be a better way than this.”

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