In The News: Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry

Las Vegas Review Journal
June 22, 2022

UNLV researchers are part of a team that will receive nearly $3 million in federal funding for a project focusing on the nuclear energy workforce.

Las Vegas Weekly
April 14, 2022

Biology student Citlally Lopez wants to help medical patients every step of the way.

TV Azteca Noticias
March 31, 2022

Citlally López has two clear goals: to find a cure for cancer , through her new research grant , and to break down the cultural and gender barriers that surround the very masculine world of science .

Voice of America
March 30, 2022

Citlally López has two clear goals: to find a cure for cancer and to break the cultural and gender barriers that surround the very masculine world of science.

STEM Magazine
March 21, 2022

Organic chemistry undergraduate Citlally Lopez strives to diversify science.

AARP
March 16, 2022

Don’t let viruses and bacteria spread or make your family sick.

KLAS-TV: 8 News Now
March 11, 2022

UNLV student Citlally Lopez is breaking barriers and making waves in the world of science.

KVVU-TV: Fox 5
March 11, 2022

A UNLV undergrad is on a quest to cure cancer.

Telemundo
March 11, 2022

An inspiring story for new generations.

Newswise
March 8, 2022

When people think of Pfizer, their minds tend to go straight to COVID-19 vaccines. But in a lab tucked deep within UNLV’s chemistry building, there’s a student researcher working with the company to cure the world of another debilitating illness — cancer.

Las Vegas Sun
December 16, 2021

The achievements and character of the following winter 2021 graduates reflect the extraordinary work that goes on day in and day out in Southern Nevada’s institutions of higher learning.

Chemistry World
October 7, 2021

Researchers in the UK have devised a process that uses electricity to remove radioactive contaminants from irradiated nuclear graphite. The process could reduce the volume of waste from nuclear power plants that requires expensive and long-term storage.