The SeqCode is a universal system, created through collaboration of hundreds of scientists, to formally register and name single-celled microorganisms known as prokaryotes.
Carla Madelaire’s research on how animals cope with environmental challenges wins her the UNLV Office of Postdoctoral Affairs’ inaugural award.
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Scholarships and career-readiness support help talented students succeed at UNLV and beyond.
Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine student Jacob Villarama took a year off to pray and contemplate which career path to follow.
A bottomless hole, a tiny fish, and an ongoing preservation legacy that took a UNLV professor all the way to the Supreme Court and created one of North America's most important conservation sites.
Hydrophilanthropy, the practice of aiding those in water-scarce regions, can transform lives. But when done carelessly, it can lead to immeasurable harm.
UNLV president will highlight exceptional students at commencement who embody the academic, research, and community impact of the graduating class.
Student service award recipient Abriana Perez volunteered over 200 hours and partnered with others to help more than 5,000 community members during the pandemic.
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Vladislav Zhitny, an emigrant from the Ukraine, has had 18 papers appear in a variety of publications.
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