Topic: science and technology

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Research | July 1, 2010
Temperature Shifts and Invasive Plants Contribute to Disruption in Re-Establishment of Native Vegetation; Recovery Can Take Up to 65 Years
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Campus News | April 22, 2010
Wind/Solar Powered Road Sign, Mobile Garbage Can, Autonomous Recycling Sorter, Programmable Shower Head and More on Display April 30
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Research | April 7, 2010
Element 117 Created at Research Facility in Dubna, Russia; Data Analysis Support Provided by UNLV Researchers
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Campus News | April 6, 2010
Civil Engineering Students from 17 Universities - including UNLV – Put Technical, Environmental Design Skills to Test During Competition April 8-10
Bing Zhang poses for camera
Research | April 2, 2010
Although they are small in number — five full-time faculty members and one part-time professor — and their program is relatively new, UNLV astrophysics professors have not escaped the attention of the National Science Foundation and NASA. Both agencies now actively fund the group's research and rely on their expertise to ensure mission success.
Lake Mead
Research | April 2, 2010
While drought conditions in the West continue to produce record drops in water levels at Lake Mead, a rising tide of research at UNLV seeks to address some of the region's most pressing water issues.
Research | March 24, 2010
UNLV researchers complete detailed model showing how the shallow sediments of the Las Vegas Valley will respond during an earthquake.
David Wong holding quagga mussels
Research | October 29, 2009
Tiny quagga mussels are clogging water pipelines, attaching to boats and lake structures, and causing big problems at Lake Mead.
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Business and Community | July 22, 2009
One Las Vegas neighborhood is cutting summertime energy bills in half thanks to a collaborative partnership between the UNLV Center for Energy Research, Pulte Homes, and NV Energy.
seismograph display
Research | July 22, 2009
UNLV geoscientists are shaking things up with a new 3-D model showing how the Las Vegas Valley will respond to earthquakes. The model will help officials and planners design safer buildings and improve disaster relief plans.
solar array
Research | July 22, 2009
UNLV is going big and thinking small as it moves to the forefront of solar energy research. The UNLV Center for Energy Research has installed the world’s most powerful solar energy generator while a UNLV chemist is working to expand solar cell technology.