Topic: Innovation 2005

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Research | November 1, 2006
A new book on airfield construction technology and research opens doors for innovation and collaboration within the field.
Desert researcher
Research | November 1, 2005
UNLV researchers explore how inhabitants of arid lands are able not only to survive but thrive in one of the most hostile, extraordinary landscapes on Earth.
Joseph Lombardo
Research | November 1, 2005
UNLV’s National Supercomputing Center provides research support.
Shadow Lane campus
Research | November 1, 2005
UNLV has developed a new campus that has emerged as a leading facility for health, biomedical, and biotechnological research
Stan Smith
Research | November 1, 2005
The 2003 Harry Reid Silver State Research Award winner studies the unique processes of desert ecosystems to examine how climate change may affect other regions of the world.
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Research | November 1, 2005
A new book examines the history behind the creation of a separate court system for juvenile offenders and the discussions surrounding social and emotional development of adolescents.
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Research | November 1, 2005
Several early faculty were committed to research at a relatively unlikely time in UNLV’s history. What can we learn from them?
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Research | November 1, 2005
UNLV’s nationally recognized department of educational psychology, housed within the College of Education, has made remarkable strides recently
Hal Rothman
Research | November 1, 2005
With an eye to the future, the 2004 Harry Reid Silver State Research Award winner chronicles the unique past and dynamic present of Southern Nevada.
UNLV history professor Andrew Kirk, project director Mary Palevsky, and sociology professor Robert Futrell.
Research | November 1, 2005
The Nevada Test Site Oral History Project is documenting, preserving, and disseminating the stories of those involved in one of the most technologically sophisticated yet controversial endeavors in Nevada’s history
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Research | November 1, 2005
Dr. Elspeth Whitney explains how science in Medieval times laid the groundwork for modern scientific advancements.
Robert Boehm
Research | November 1, 2005
The 2002 Harry Reid Silver State Research Award winner works on harnessing the region’s natural resources to create sustainable energy technology.