In The News: School of Life Sciences
It’s officially an outbreak. There are more West Nile cases in Southern Nevada this year than ever before and mosquito season is far from over.
For generations, summer in Nevada has meant fire season. These days, it’s more accurate to call it a fire year.
The grasshopper invasion of the Las Vegas Valley is well underway.
A grasshopper swarm in the Las Vegas Valley of Nevada has been so thick at times that the National Weather Service warned motorists it could impact visibility on area roads.
Grasshoppers are raging the Las Vegas Valley of Nevada (USA) so dense that sometimes they appear on the radar screen of the meteorological station, and it is expected that the grasshopper problem will last for several weeks.
The "Game of Thrones" series ended last week.
Martin Schiller is the founder of Heligenics and executive director of UNLV‘s Nevada Institute of Personalized Medicine.
A UNLV startup is using genes to create personalized diets.
At first, there was no road at all, just a series of springs where the water table breached the earth’s crust.
Your genes may hold clues to your optimal diet plan.
That’s what UNLV researcher Martin Schiller advocates with his new business, Food Genes and Me, a website that uses genetic data to predict how eating less or more of a certain food could help ward off disease.
Separate threads of Oscar Monterrosa’s life tied together Oct. 1, 2017, in Las Vegas.
His time as a combat medic in the Iraq War, his high school days as a lifeguard in Northern California and later Oregon, his studies at UNLV, the classes he teaches and his job as a paramedic for Community Ambulance, a private paramedic company—all converged.
No fantasy world is complete without fire-breathing dragons . But if dragons were real, how could they get that kind of fiery breath?