Topic: Research

Portrait of Daniel Villanueva
Research | January 3, 2011
The shifts in German political thought that paved the road from post-Second World War towards Germany’s integration into the European Union are examined in a new book by Daniel Villanueva, visiting assistant professor of foreign languages at UNLV.
Dr. Stephen Brown
Research | December 15, 2010
Local Economy Showing Signs of Slow Economic Recovery, with Moderate Growth Expected During Latter Half of 2011, UNLV Report Finds
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Research | December 8, 2010
Study of Local Teens Shows Latina Girls Are More At-Risk than Latino Boys for Developing Eating Disorders
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Research | December 3, 2010
Professor Barbara St. Pierre Schneider Awarded $2.26 Million To Test Impact of Air Transport on Skeletal Muscle Crush Injury; Estrogen as Intervention
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Research | December 2, 2010
UNLV Report Encourages Lenders to Pursue Short Sales to Mitigate Foreclosures
Research | November 30, 2010
Study shows hazards in synthetic turf poses health risk to kids.
man stands by solar array
Research | November 16, 2010
The ideas of UNLV students are helping companies get closer to launching more viable alternative energy solutions.
solar array
Research | November 16, 2010
Manufacturers turn to UNLV for help bringing new renewable energy products to market and jobs to Nevada.
Research | November 12, 2010
A study by UNLV ecologist Scott Abella shows that full recovery of desert ecosystems after a wildfire can take up to 65 years.
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Research | November 12, 2010
UNLV research teams were awarded $1.4 million to advance nuclear energy sciences.
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Research | November 10, 2010
Research is Largest Effort To Date To Examine High-Temp Ecosystems and Their Potential Contributions To Science; Funded Through $3.75 Million NSF Award
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Research | October 14, 2010
UNLV Professor Shawn Gerstenberger and National Team of Public Health Officials Release Findings from Investigation into Lead in Synthetic Turf