In The News: School of Dental Medicine

WINK News
June 3, 2021

SpaceX launched thousands of tiny sea creatures to the International Space Station on Thursday, along with a plaque-fighting toothpaste experiment and powerful solar panels.

KVVU-TV: Fox 5
June 3, 2021

Researchers from UNLV's College of Engineering and School of Dental Medicine have teamed up with NASA for the launch of the rocket, SpaceX CRS-22.

Associated Press
June 3, 2021

SpaceX launched thousands of tiny sea creatures to the International Space Station on Thursday, along with a plaque-fighting toothpaste experiment and powerful solar panels.

Las Vegas Review Journal
June 3, 2021

UNLV researchers from the Howard R. Hughes College of Engineering and School of Dental Medicine are partnering with NASA and Colgate-Palmolive to study the growth of oral bacteria in space and to see if Colgate’s oral care products are effective in a microgravity environment.

MSN
June 2, 2021

UNLV researchers are looking into how effective toothpaste is in space. The university teamed up with NASA and Colgate.

Yahoo!
June 2, 2021

UNLV researchers are looking into how effective toothpaste is in space. The university teamed up with NASA and Colgate.

KTNV-TV: ABC 13
June 2, 2021

The university teamed up with NASA and Colgate. They're launching a rocket Thursday carrying oral bacteria and saliva gathered from UNLV dental patients and 25 test kits.

Becker's Healthcare
June 2, 2021

Researchers from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas School of Dental Medicine and College of Engineering are partnering with NASA and Colgate-Palmolive to study the growth and treatment of oral bacteria in space.

St George News
May 20, 2021

To “cry poor mouth” is an expression used to habitually complain about a lack of money. A literal poor mouth, however, represents one of the most widespread global diseases: tooth decay.

San Antonio Express News
May 18, 2021

Cavities resulting from poor oral health can drive everything from emotional issues to low self-esteem and health concerns. Even more critical is the socioeconomic impact of tooth decay.

The Conversation
May 18, 2021

To “cry poor mouth” is an expression used to habitually complain about a lack of money. A literal poor mouth, however, represents one of the most widespread global diseases: tooth decay.

DVIDS
April 7, 2021

Dr. Christine C. Ancajas and Dr. Flora M. Phipps are two women who are known for their extraordinary work with Nevada Army National Guard, but they also play a critical role at the UNLV School of Dental Medicine.