Topic: science and technology

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.
UNLV President Len Jessup, left, and Tesla Motors Vice President for Business Development Diarmuid O’Connell shake hands
Research | October 7, 2015
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval joins leadership from Tesla, UNLV at university event Oct.7 to mark research collaboration.
Kwang Kim in research lab
Research | September 29, 2015
UNLV engineering professors team with researchers from Korea, Japan as part of grant-funded National Science Foundation international research program.
Joel Trubatch works with Metal Rebel
Campus News | September 23, 2015
UNLV's humanoid robot, designed to save lives in disasters, will showcase a distinctly different talent at the annual art and music festival this weekend.
Marty Schiller
Research | September 17, 2015
UNLV personalized medicine researchers seeking patent on potential HIV cure. Their technique uses a plant protein widely used in agriculture industry.
Metal Rebel behind the wheel of Local Motors' 3D-printed LOCO vehicle
Research | September 8, 2015
Automotive education partnership will help drive the next generation of vehicle technology.
dry grass at red rock canyon
Research | July 10, 2015
82 percent of America’s three largest national parks are infested with at least one type of foreign foliage that’s ripe for becoming brushfire kindling.
Students participate in a motion capture exercise
Campus News | June 25, 2015
UNLV hosts three-day college bound program for high-achieving Las Vegas students.