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University students bring big data to cancer screening in start-up launch

10/15/2015 • Kirstin Swagman
A computer science and engineering co-op program is developing a web application for men considering prostate cancer screening that combines big data and personalized results.

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Robots outnumber scientists in one University lab

10/12/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
There are more robots than people in the Robotics Research Lab at the University of Nevada, Reno, but they haven’t taken over yet.

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Pioneering air traffic management system aims for safer drone air traffic

8/6/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
Researchers at the University of Nevada, Reno are now working on a new, low-altitude traffic management system to keep autonomous aerial vehicles safer as they cruise through increasingly crowded skies.

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Engineering capstone class leads to award-winning drone technology start-up

5/15/2015 • Kirstin Swagman
Nevada Dynamics aims to ease commercial use of drones

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Students to showcase design course innovations for businesses, investors

4/30/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
Senior Capstone Innovation Day showcases engineering design course projects Friday, May 1

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Eelke Folmer uses human-computer interaction research to help blind and visually impaired people

4/16/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
Regents name Eelke Folmer, associate professor in the College of Engineering, as the University of Nevada, Reno recipient of the 2015 Regents' Rising Researcher Award.

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Grad schools, programs ranked among the nation’s best

3/20/2015 • Jane Tors
University of Nevada, Reno earns four graduate school, 23 graduate program rankings.

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Robotics expert aims to automate bridge inspection

3/16/2015 • Kirstin Swagman
Research by new computer science and engineering professor uses robots to inspect crumbling infrastructure

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New professor brings expertise in wireless networking to cyber security research

3/6/2015 • Kirstin Swagman
Ming Li is one of a group of new faculty hired to contribute to the University's Cyber Security Center

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University leads multi-institution team to improve public safety communications

12/2/2014 • Staff Report
Project aims to initiate leap towards more open, participatory and pervasive sharing of the wireless spectrum

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New grants enable computer networking researcher to explore cutting-edge wireless technologies

11/24/2014 • Kirstin Swagman
Work on free-space-optical networks could hold key to alleviating RF spectrum shortage


NAASIC to spur autonomous systems development, receives $3 million in state funding

10/3/2014 • Mike Wolterbeek
Innovation hub includes active research in robotics, drones and more, plus collaboration with industry, K-12, state agencies.

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