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12/15/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
Department of Electrical and Biomedical Engineering Associate Professor Yantao Shen developing a hand-worn robotic device that will help millions of blind and visually impaired people navigate or assist in their ability to pre-locate, pre-sense and grasp an object.
12/3/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
Nevada middle and high school teachers can apply to Cybersecurity Center for summer program to enhance classroom offerings
12/2/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
The College of Engineering Pavement/Materials Program is transforming a 30-year-old federal highway fuel economy formula.
11/17/2015 • Jane Tors
Worldwide reaction sparked by project conducted by former students and lab of University’s VPRI.
11/16/2015 • Whip Villarreal
College of Ag, Biotech and Natural Resources aims to covert roadside gumweed in Nevada into jet fuel for the military
10/29/2015 • Staff Report
Engineering student-athlete named to NFF National Scholar-Athlete Class; finalist for William V. Campbell Trophy.
10/27/2015 • Matthew Ravaglioli
Under the guidance of Faramarz Gordaninejad, a new bearing system is being devised that will sense and react to suppress vibration of bridges.
10/22/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
Assistant Professor Shamik Sengupta brings in $1.1 million to support research, outreach and teaching
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.
10/14/2015 • Mike Wolterbeek
Tesla's JB straubel tells crowd at College of Engineering Distinguished Lecture Series that a sustainable energy revolution is happening, and education is a key component.
10/12/2015 • Matthew Ravaglioli
Xu’s research integrates data mining methodologies, statistical theory and database systems with cutting-edge technology to enhance traffic systems.
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.