Topic: Innovation 2013

U.N.L.V. signage with Fall leaves in the background
Research | November 1, 2013

UNLV faculty discoveries have commercial applications with value to the university, the private sector, and,ultimately, you. Learn about three different faculty members who are working to move their innovative thinking out of the laboratory and into the boardroom.

U.N.L.V. signage with Fall leaves in the background
Research | November 1, 2013

Understanding the solar energy-water nexus; $20.3 million grant from the NIH; fossilized remains of extinct wolf species located in Nevada; building a safer, more efficient battery; elevated levels of lead in Mexican hot sauces; and climate change linked to early animal evolution.

U.N.L.V. signage with Fall leaves in the background
Research | November 1, 2013

Faculty authors explore mass media and weddings, race as a false consciousness, the birth of the Middle East, and more.

Portrait of Donald Revell
Research | November 1, 2013

English professor Donald Revell showcases his passion for playful words in his newly published collection of poems.

Portrait of Rainier Spencer
Research | November 1, 2013

Rainier Spencer, Afro-American studies professor and associate vice provost for academic affairs, writes about the concept and perception of race, how it affects social dynamics, and theories on how to move toward a post-racial society.

Portrait of Michelle Tusan
Research | November 1, 2013

UNLV history professor Michelle Tusan explores the influence of geopolitics in the formation of the modern-day Middle East and the sectarian and humanitarian conflicts that have resulted from western intervention.

Picture of solar-powered house.
Research | November 1, 2013

Talent and hard work helped Team UNLV earn their top-in-the-nation ranking in the Solar Decathlon 2013. But research is the next priority for several team members after the award-winning home is relocated to the Las Vegas Springs Preserve.

Portrait of Ernesto Abel-Santos
Research | November 1, 2013

UNLV faculty discoveries have commercial applications with value to the university, the private sector, and, ultimately, you. Learn about UNLV chemistry professor Ernesto Abel-Santos, who is working to move his innovative thinking out of the laboratory and into the boardroom.

Robert Schill portrait
Research | November 1, 2013

UNLV faculty discoveries have commercial applications with value to the university, the private sector, and, ultimately, you. Learn about UNLV engineering professor Robert Schill, who is working to move his innovative thinking out of the laboratory and into the boardroom.

Portrait of Martin Schiller
Research | November 1, 2013

UNLV faculty discoveries have commercial applications with value to the university, the private sector, and, ultimately, you. Learn about UNLV life sciences professor Martin Schiller, who is working to move his innovative thinking out of the laboratory and into the boardroom.

Portrait of Brad Donohue
Research | November 1, 2013

They both have built-in support groups, and they’re both subjects of interest to Brad Donohue. The UNLV psychology professor takes the principles of Family Behavior Therapy and applies them in a variety of contexts, including athletic performance.