Topic: science and technology

Elisabeth Hausrath
People | March 4, 2016
Geoscience professor Elisabeth (Libby) Hausrath honored for early career accomplishments; research focuses on geochemistry, chemical interactions and soil-forming processes on Mars.
Kenneth Czerwinski works with students in lab
Research | February 16, 2016
Radiochemistry program teaming with universities, national labs for research and development in nuclear science and security; five-year grant funded by U.S. Department of Energy.
U.N.L.V. signage with Fall leaves in the background
Business and Community | February 8, 2016
A three-year National Science Foundation grant will strengthen commercialization efforts at UNLV through a new university-wide entrepreneurship development program.
Kiran Mathew in cap and gown
People | January 8, 2016
A sampling of UNLV media coverage regarding high-achieving students and young alumni.
John Nguyen deals Show Pai
Business and Community | January 5, 2016
Media coverage from 2015 highlighting research partnerships between UNLV and industry that support regional economic development.
Brian Villmoare examines jawbone
Research | December 23, 2015
UNLV researchers made national headlines this year with their discoveries. Here's a round up of some of our top stories of 2015.
Campus News | December 3, 2015
From law to health to advocacy to science, UNLV professors tackle HIV prevention, education and treatment both domestically and abroad.
UNLV engineering students will showcase their inventions
Campus News | December 1, 2015
Inventions from 21 teams on display Dec. 3 include a mechanized sock donner, a drone that detects methane gas, and enhanced parking options for the UNLV campus.
Artist rendition of the Kepler-9 planetary system
Research | December 1, 2015
Planetary neighbors can help each other sustain life, according to new research from UNLV and Harvard scientists.
Nora Caberoy
Research | November 2, 2015
Three UNLV scientists will present their work during an Alzheimer's research symposium Nov. 13 on campus.
Allen Gibbs
Research | October 21, 2015
Why UNLV researchers bred their fruit flies to be obese — and what their work reveals about heart disease.
Matthew Lachniet studies stalagmites
Research | October 15, 2015
UNLV geoscience professor exploring the links between wet conditions starting 5,000 years ago and weather events such as El Niño in the Desert Southwest.