Topic: Research

unlv professor arya udry looks at a meteorite that she's holding up to the light
Research | December 26, 2019
A collection of stories featuring interesting discoveries driven by UNLV that have made news in 2019.
portrait of man in suit
Research | December 18, 2019
150 cooks, servers and dishwashers almost shut down a Democratic debate.
A researcher leans down to adjust equipment attached to a standing subject
Research | December 17, 2019
Doctoral candidate Jason Avedesian researches connection between concussions and lower body injuries.
A man in a labcoat sit near a computer
Research | December 17, 2019
Rebel Grad Slam winner Nam Hoang’s research focuses on how tumors trick the body into feeding them, and how to stop it.
A portrait of Jefferson Kinney in front of a brain scan.
Research | December 4, 2019
UNLV’s new Department of Brain Health leads interdisciplinary effort to answer tough questions about traumatic brain injury.
man posing near video cameras
Research | December 4, 2019
Graduate student Wenrong Wang harnesses his gaming knowledge to lead an interdisciplinary study on the use of facial recognition.
Two students work on a mechanical apparatus
Research | December 3, 2019
Collaboration, confidence-building, and cash prizes are hallmark of product prototype showcase.
Picture of an entrance door to a UNLV Medicine office.
Research | December 2, 2019
New study links daily marijuana use to adverse fetal health outcomes.
man in doctor's coat
Research | November 27, 2019
Expanding research activity results in multiple grants and publications.
computer screen showing Facebook friend requests
Research | November 4, 2019
UNLV communication studies professor and social media researcher Natalie Pennington unveils the biggest online dealbreakers, cling makers, and tips for culling your contact list.
A man walks through weeds
Research | October 29, 2019
UNLV’s reintroduction effort keeps leopard frog species off the endangered list.
a close-up of someone lifting weights
Research | October 24, 2019
UNLV researchers monitored the motion of the thoracic spine, lumbar spine, and knee as part of the testing process.