Topic: research

A portrait of Edmund “Ed” Synakowski, wearing a suit and tie.
Research | October 26, 2021
VP of Research Ed Synakowski seeks new opportunities for UNLV to work with federally funded laboratories and new places to play his trombone.
image of Dave Damore in suit during conversation at a reception
Business and Community | October 18, 2021
Damore to serve as interim executive director for two public policy research centers at UNLV that focus on critical issues facing Nevada and the nation.
Professor, standing next to humanoid robot, leading a tour of office space
Business and Community | October 1, 2021
UNLV Incubator at Hughes Center will help students bridge the gap between a big idea and a marketable business.
Two telescopic images side by side of a distant star system. Left shows blue dust rings and right features a peculiar gap
Research | October 1, 2021
Potential discovery of a circumtriple planet has implications for bolstering our understanding of planet formation.
UNLV researcher Edwin Oh holds a pipette in his lab on campus.
Research | September 29, 2021
Local partnership grows to 20 states; monitoring begins in October with implications for future influenza vaccine development.
MRI scan of a brain with Alzheimer's disease.
Research | September 28, 2021
Study, published this month in Communications Biology, reveals that chronic hyperglycemia impairs memory.
Research | September 23, 2021
UNLV historian Michelle Tusan's contribution to The Lausanne Project helps to build a better understanding of the First World War as a conflict that didn't really end until 1923.
woman posing
People | August 30, 2021
UNLV alumna and lecturer explores what works in long-distance relationships.
A boat sails along the water at Lake Mead with the bathub ring and mountains pictured in the background
Research | August 17, 2021
UNLV climate scientist Matthew Lachniet explains what it means and how climate change plays a role.
Portrait of Jefferson W. Kinney, Ph.D. Professor and Reg Grundy and Joy Chambers-Grundy Chair for Brain Health
People | July 26, 2021
The longtime UNLV researcher on youthful curiosity, the brain, and sports.
water bottle in Lake Mead
Research | July 12, 2021
Research by UNLV economists finds that pandemic stay-at-home orders put a strain on already tight water resources.
Gabriele Wulf is pictured in a red sweater standing on a landing in the lobby of the Bigelow Health Sciences on UNLV's campus
Research | July 8, 2021
UNLV kinesiology professor Gabriele Wulf tells athletes to keep their eyes on the prize — not internal body movement — to achieve optimal performance during Tokyo 2020.