In The News: College of Sciences

Yahoo!
May 27, 2020

While the planet has been on lockdown the last two months, a new space telescope called CHEOPS opened its eyes, took its first pictures of the heavens and is now open for business.

The Conversation
May 27, 2020

While the planet has been on lockdown the last two months, a new space telescope called CHEOPS opened its eyes, took its first pictures of the heavens and is now open for business.

KSNV-TV: News 3
May 26, 2020

A Wisconsin fire department's warning on social media about leaving sanitizer in a hot car is spreading around the nation.

KVVU-TV: Fox 5
May 21, 2020

Scientists at UNLV are getting ready to test self-cleaning slot dividers.

Las Vegas Review Journal
May 18, 2020

When those of us who haven’t been on the front lines finally emerge from our homes — staring curiously at new faces for the first time in weeks, many of us clad in sweatpants and pajama bottoms because our work clothes no longer fit — how will we behave?

Las Vegas Review Journal
May 18, 2020

When those of us who haven’t been on the front lines finally emerge from our homes — staring curiously at new faces for the first time in weeks, many of us clad in sweatpants and pajama bottoms because our work clothes no longer fit — how will we behave?

Las Vegas Review Journal
May 18, 2020

When those of us who haven’t been on the front lines finally emerge from our homes — staring curiously at new faces for the first time in weeks, many of us clad in sweatpants and pajama bottoms because our work clothes no longer fit — how will we behave?

KLAS-TV: 8 News Now
May 15, 2020

The 6.5-magnitude Tonopah earthquake was felt by many here in southern Nevada. It’s now raising questions if a similar-sized quake could rock the valley anytime soon.

NASA
May 14, 2020

Once you leave the majestic skies of Earth, the word “cloud” no longer means a white fluffy-looking structure that produces rain. Instead, clouds in the greater universe are clumpy areas of greater density than their surroundings.

PR Newswire
May 13, 2020

As the casinos on the Las Vegas strip remain dark and anxiously prepare to reopen, a tiny new start-up company comprised of out of work, fretful, quarantined, designers, engineers, and entertainers have become the first company in the world to successfully introduce to market a proven, proactive technology engineered specifically to mitigate the proliferation of virus and bacteria in a casino environment.

Casino.org
May 6, 2020

The SafePlay UV partitions were developed by Las Vegas-based Smith Rosen. The company manufactures products that mitigate exposure to airborne contaminants in casinos.

Radio Television of Serbia
April 28, 2020

While the coronavirus pandemic continues to take a toll on human lives and cause major economic hardship, scientists around the world are struggling to find vaccines against COVID-19. Among them is Michael Pravica, a professor of physics at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas (UNLV).