Winter 2006 Cover

UNLV Innovation

Winter 2006
Vol. 1, No. 1
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UNLV President David B. Ashley and Interim Vice President for Research and Graduate Dean Mark Rudin welcome readers to the Winter 2006 issue of Innovation.
UNLV's Science and Engineering Building
The new Science and Engineering Building will be a sophisticated facility where interdisciplinary research and education will flourish.
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UNLV faculty authors shed light on social anxiety in children, implementing change, and more.
UNLV saxophone player
UNLV has dominated the Regents’ Creative Activities Awards, drawing attention to the varied artistic talents found in several disciplines on campus.
UNLV Harry Reid Research and Technology Park
To the new executive director of the UNLV Research Foundation, the university’s planned research park is 115 acres of opportunity.
Shashi Nambisan and Ancilla Kaiparambil
Long commutes. Pedestrian safety. Traffic accidents. Seatbelt use. Pollution. UNLV’s Transportation Research Center is ready to take on the challenges of getting people safely from here to there in Southern Nevada.
Mary Guinan
UNLV’s School of Public Health conducts a variety of research projects to help address pressing community health concerns.
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UNLV professor Bo Bernhard is counting on research to help in the prevention and treatment of problem gambling in Southern Nevada and beyond
Clemens Heske
Hydrogen may be the fuel of the future, but myriad research challenges must be addressed before its potential is realized. UNLV science and engineering faculty are leading the effort to harness the power of nature’s most abundant element
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Sure, they’re interesting research stories. But what does research really mean to UNLV, to the community, and to you?
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Sponsored program funding serves as one indication of research growth and sophistication.