News: Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering

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.
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Research | November 16, 2010
Manufacturers turn to UNLV for help bringing new renewable energy products to market and jobs to Nevada.
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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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Campus News | October 22, 2010
UNLV Engineering Undergrads’ Design of Solar-Driven Electric Power System for Developing Nations Bests College Peers Worldwide
Bob Boehm stands next to solar array
People | September 3, 2010
Bob Boehm discusses how solar energy supports economic development and how he hopes Nevada's renewable energy program grows.
Engineering graduate poses by solar array
Research | September 3, 2010
Some of UNLV's brightest students are harnessing the power of the sun's rays to improve clean energy technology.
People | June 4, 2010
A number of UNLV professors receive systemwide and universitywide awards for notable research and creative activities.
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Research | May 21, 2010
Two UNLV Research Teams Receive Funding as Part of DOE’s Nuclear Energy University Program; UNLV One of Only 23 Universities Selected
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Campus News | May 12, 2010
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Campus News | April 22, 2010
Wind/Solar Powered Road Sign, Mobile Garbage Can, Autonomous Recycling Sorter, Programmable Shower Head and More on Display April 30
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Campus News | April 6, 2010
Civil Engineering Students from 17 Universities - including UNLV – Put Technical, Environmental Design Skills to Test During Competition April 8-10
Lake Mead
Research | April 2, 2010
While drought conditions in the West continue to produce record drops in water levels at Lake Mead, a rising tide of research at UNLV seeks to address some of the region's most pressing water issues.