UNLV President, Dr. Len Jessup and Vice President for Research and Economic Development, Dr. Thomas Piechota welcomes UNLV Innovation readers to the Winter 2015 issue.
Unwelcome flora, an attack on HIV, body-camera survey, up-close Nobel laureates, a battery-powered partnership, gaming law, robotic “muscles,” full-day kindergarten, funds for biomedical research, and a low-oxygen fish.
Vulnerable youth have a friend in Ramona Denby-Brinson, the 2015 Harry Reid Silver State Research Award winner.
UNLV patent applications have tripled in the last two years, and three startup companies have been formed, demonstrating the university’s revitalized commitment to bringing its research to the marketplace. Learn about three innovative discoveries that are contributing to the remarkable growth in commercialization of UNLV research.
By illuminating a dark period in human evolutionary history, a UNLV scientist gets his turn in the spotlight.
The creations of Paul Oh, technologist and visionary, are in the vanguard of a robotics revolution.
Faculty authors examine Las Vegas women at work, the status of global patents, racialized schools, and advances in the understanding and treatment of substance use disorders.
An annual accounting of research and economic development activity over the last fiscal year.