Topic: Research

Body camera on police officer.
Research | November 27, 2017
Study conducted for U.S. Dept. of Justice by UNLV Center for Crime and Justice Policy, non-profit research organization CNA, and Las Vegas Metro Police.
Research | November 9, 2017
A unique teaching model at UNLV engages students in the classroom and empowers them beyond it.
man giving presentation
Research | November 8, 2017
Meet three UNLV graduate students pursuing their passions through research and making a big impact in their fields.
man in front of Las Vegas City Hall
Research | November 1, 2017
With partisan gridlock at the higher levels, cities like Las Vegas will be the new leaders in innovative government.
Emma Frances Bloomfield
Research | October 18, 2017
Four stumbling blocks impede clear communication on climate change.
students gather around a robot
Research | October 17, 2017
Robot Automation for Dance Hackathon lets the mechanical men with the moves boogie to Michael Jackson.
man sitting between burned trees.
Research | October 10, 2017
Economics researchers capitalize on the dynamics wildfire to prove infants’ proximity to smoke pollution while in utero affects birthweight.
A UNLV grad student attends to a power station.
Research | October 5, 2017
Microgrids are a key building block toward a wide-ranging future smart grid better able to respond to energy needs.
Dr. Karl Kingsley and Dr. James Mah hold a model of a tooth.
Research | October 3, 2017
UNLV researchers developed a method for extracting tooth root pulp that quadruples the number of stem cells that can be harvested and replicated to treat a variety of medical conditions.
travel review website
Research | September 27, 2017
Sarah Tanford’s research through simulated online review sites demonstrates the impact consumer opinion can have on the service industry.
woman in front of chalkboard
Research | September 20, 2017
Professor Lynn Comella on the adult store industry, a highly profitable segment of popular culture that scholars and policymakers know surprisingly little about.
woman pointing at computer with man looking on.
Research | September 19, 2017
Through a new faculty-student mentorship program, a team of UNLV researchers is exploring how this piece of gear might help children with autism.