In The News: College of Sciences

Las Vegas Review Journal
June 22, 2022

UNLV researchers are part of a team that will receive nearly $3 million in federal funding for a project focusing on the nuclear energy workforce.

Wired
May 19, 2022

Scientists are just starting to uncover the vast diversity of microbes out there. The only problem? No one can agree on how to name them.

The National News
May 9, 2022

More human remains were discovered at Lake Mead at the weekend, less than a week after a barrel containing a possible murder victim was discovered at the body of water located near Las Vegas, Nevada.

Jutarnji
May 2, 2022

Ambitions to start a uranium industry on American soil are being reawakened - but so are fears of the pollution the industry is bringing.

World News Era
May 2, 2022

David Kreamer, a professor of hydrology and an authority on groundwater contaminants at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, disputed that assertion.

UK Time News
May 2, 2022

David Kreamer, a professor of hydrology and a specialist in groundwater contaminants at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, disputed that claim.

New York Times
May 2, 2022

If imports end because of the war, American companies may look to increase domestic mining, which has a toxic history on Indigenous lands.

New Express News
May 2, 2022

David Kreamer, a professor of hydrology and an authority on groundwater contaminants at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, disputed that assertion.

KLAS-TV: 8 News Now
April 28, 2022

A mammoth discovered several years ago 30 miles northwest of Pahrump provides the first-known proof of Ice Age animals in the Amargosa Valley area.

Kompasiana
April 23, 2022

A scientist named Jason Steffen conducts computer simulations to facilitate these two processes on flight, which then in 2008 he introduced his method known as The Steffen Perfect and the Steffen Method.

El Tiempo
April 22, 2022

Las Vegas-based MP Materials announced Thursday that it has broken ground for a 200,000-square-foot rare-earth magnet manufacturing facility in Fort Worth, Texas, part of a broader plan by the company to invest $700 million over the next two years to create a complete rare earth supply chain.

Las Vegas Review Journal
April 21, 2022

Las Vegas-based MP Materials announced Thursday that it broke ground on a 200,000-square-foot rare earth magnetics manufacturing facility in Fort Worth, Texas — part of the firm’s larger plan to invest $700 million over the next two years into creating a full rare earth supply chain.