News: Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering
Research | May 21, 2015
Amputation is a serious threat to people with diabetes. A team of UNLV faculty researchers, entrepreneurial students, and economic development experts is working to bring a better way to prevent the problem to market soon.
Campus News | May 8, 2015
Gift from Fred and Harriet Cox will fund successful design competition and give students access to the materials needed to complete design prototypes.
Campus News | May 5, 2015
Inventions from 28 teams on display May 7, including an autonomous security rover, UAVs, designs for the world’s longest water slide and a design for elevated office desks.
Research | April 21, 2015
Las Vegas as a high-tech center for robotics? It's doable in the next decade, according to engineering professor Paul Oh.
Campus News | April 21, 2015
Graduate student groups take first and third prizes in Nevada Governor's Cup contest; awarded total of $35,000 to help advance business plans.
Campus News | April 15, 2015
Six UNLV student groups among the competition's 12 finalists; businesses range from a diagnostic shoe insole system to an audio book streaming service.
Research | April 13, 2015
After seven firefighters died in a collapsed parking garage, engineering professor Ying Tian wanted to help design more resilient buildings. His research was shored up with seed money from a UNLV grant.
Campus News | March 12, 2015
Discussion will feature experts in nuclear weapon program activities, plasma physics and particle accelerators.
Campus News | March 8, 2015
$3.5 million in prizes at stake as human-robot teams attempt simulated disaster response in June final event.
Campus News | March 6, 2015
Kim, a leading expert in active materials and energy systems, recognized with annual award from Nevada Board of Regents at March 6 meeting.
Campus News | February 6, 2015
A collection of news stories from 2014 highlighting the people and programs of UNLV.
Campus News | January 21, 2015
UNLV removing some of the stumbling blocks for getting students interested in the science and engineering fields. The key: Get 'em while they're young.