Research

  • Behind the Bricks and Mortar: Special Features of the Science and Engineering Building

  • Innovation and Economic Development: Research at the SEB

    The new Science and Engineering Building creates a unique environment for interdisciplinary research and education on the UNLV campus.

  • Solar Innovation and Technology Center

    UNLV is teaming up with businesses, financial institutions, nonprofits, trades, and government agencies to establish the new Solar Innovation and Technology Center.

  • Voices of Research

    Faculty and student scholars talk about UNLV's commitment to research.

  • Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities Symposium

  • UNLV Research

    Discovering new knowledge. Teaching sophisticated skills. Solving community problems. UNLV Research and Economic Development is making a difference. Learn more about UNLV research by visiting https://www.unlv.edu/research.

  • Engineering a Mean Fastball

    UPDATE: Hailey has reached her goal and finished her #Journeyto30! More info: https://www.unlv.edu/news/release/eight-year-old-hailey-dawson-completes-her-journey-30 Hailey Dawson throws a powerful fastball. Armed with her UNLV-built "Robohand," this amazing 7-year-old threw out the opening pitch at Game 4 of the World Series. UNLV’s College of Engineering faculty and students teamed up to design and produce a 3-D printed, robotic hand that enabled Hailey to grab, grasp, grow, and throw. Due to a rare condition called Poland Syndrome, Dawson was born without a right pectoral muscle. We're helping to bring national attention to solutions for other children with Poland Syndrome. Donate here: https://rebelraiser.unlv.edu/project/7661 Learn more: https://www.unlv.edu/engineering/haileyshand Follow along with Hailey's journey: Twitter @haileys_hand Instagram @haileys_hand

  • 2017 Year-in-Review

    Looking back at 2017, President Len Jessup (2015-2018) recalls the inspiring accomplishments of our student body, faculty, and staff.

  • CCSD & UNLV Pollen Monitoring Program

    Allergy season is here! CCSD/UNLV pollen program researchers Tanvi Patel and Asma Tahir discuss the daily sampling process to track what makes us sneeze during allergy season in Las Vegas. More info: www.unlv.edu/news

  • UNLV in Focus: Oprah Book Club, Pollen Monitoring, and Supercomputing (February 2018)

    A recap of events in February. Including: - Black Mountain Institute fellow Tayari Jones featured in Oprah's Book Club - Pollen Monitoring Program tracks pollen year round - Altair software agreement improves access to UNLV's supercomputer More info: unlv.edu/news

  • Organ Regeneration Research

    New research into the process of cell and organ regeneration is being conducted by Dr. Kelly Ai-Sun Tseng and her lab at UNLV's School of Life Sciences. More info: www.unlv.edu/news

  • Hailey\'s #Journeyto30

    UPDATE: Hailey has reached her goal and finished her #Journeyto30! More info: https://www.unlv.edu/news/release/eight-year-old-hailey-dawson-completes-her-journey-30 Hailey Dawson throws a powerful fastball. Armed with her UNLV-built "Robohand," this amazing 8-year-old is well on her way to throwing out the first pitch at every MLB ballpark. UNLV’s College of Engineering faculty and students teamed up to design and produce a 3-D printed, robotic hand that enabled Hailey to grab, grasp, grow, and throw. Due to a rare condition called Poland Syndrome, Dawson was born without a right pectoral muscle. We're helping to bring national attention to solutions for other children with Poland Syndrome. Donate here: https://rebelraiser.unlv.edu/project/7661 Learn more: https://www.unlv.edu/engineering/haileyshand Follow along with Hailey's journey: Twitter @haileys_hand Instagram @haileys_hand