Topic: Innovation 2018

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Research | October 8, 2018

UNLV researchers find that planning and produce can help moms-to-be reduce diabetes risks.

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Research | October 4, 2018

UNLV engineers developed a team of drones that detect radioactivity in areas where it’s unsafe or unfeasible for other trackers to go.

Dr. Nadia Gomez
Research | October 3, 2018

A national study on simulation training is changing how obstetrics and gynecology practitioners learn to perform surgeries.

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Research | October 3, 2018

Few women hold executive positions in the hospitality industry. Two UNLV researchers explore the implications.

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Research | October 2, 2018

UNLV researchers explore how plant genes, food rescue, and financial savvy could help feed humankind.

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Research | September 28, 2018

After the Oct. 1 shooting, UNLV researcher Stephen Benning found increases in stress and gratitude. Here, he shares perspective on his findings.

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Research | September 26, 2018

The history of health research is one of men studying men. Several UNLV researchers are flipping the script, creating new possibilities for women’s health and well-being in the process.

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Research | September 21, 2018

When toxic masculinity is part of a culture, male survivors of childhood abuse may turn to crime as a way to reclaim their masculinity.

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Research | September 3, 2018

That pain in your neck may be from your tablet device, how librarians help keep students in school, a research course that has undergrads digging up viruses, and more.

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Research | September 1, 2018

UNLV anthropology researchers Daniel Benyshek, Laura Gryder, and Sharon Young found that placentophagy may not deliver the benefits practitioners anticipate.