Renewable energy’s intermittent nature poses challenges to energy storage
NREL Senior Research Fellow Joey Luther studies new types of semiconductors and their properties
Christopher Jones says we need to transition to renewable energy as well as implement direct air capture
de Bettencourt-Dias is one of four newly elected Fellows at the University
First MARC Nevada cohort includes chemistry major Jesus Diaz Sanchez
First cohort of MARC Nevada students includes chemistry student Kimberly Giannantonio
Ying Yang plans to design polymers that mimic living cells
Westfall Scholar alumni sustain their undergraduate success
Sarah M. Hörst’s Discover Science lecture on Dec. 1
The books featured here were written or edited by faculty, alumni or students in the College of Science
Among the awardees are Las Vegas’s city planner, a globe-trotting fish biologist, a psychologist providing culturally sensitive services and more
de Bettencourt-Dias has a lengthy list of contributions to her field, as well as invaluable service to the University and its students.
Tibbitts winner known for her enthusiasm for her subject matter
Experience in Undergraduate Research and McNair Scholars Program leads to NSF graduate fellowship award for CABNR student
Dedicated teamwork and resource-efficient initiatives secured the American Chemical Society award for the second time
Researchers in the Department of Chemistry were awarded $2.5 million to study molecular magnetism.
Student researchers studied security in a variety of fields.
Associate Dean Vincent Catalano reflects on colleague Hyung Kyu Shin's 60 years of ongoing research and support.
From wind turbines to a pepper plant: a multi-disciplinary team of University and Indigenous Amazonian researchers work to untangle a complex web of interactions
High radiation on Mars is one of the many reasons the Red Planet seems inhospitable. Two chemistry professors from the University are using solutions from early Earth to solve that problem on Mars.
Pack Research Experience Program and TRIO STEM Scholars offer mentorship and sense of belonging to sophomore pre-med student
Christopher Barile's research aims to create a new renewable energy source by recycling carbon dioxide in the atmosphere into useful fuels.
Ana de Bettencourt-Dias, the Susan Magee and Gary Clemons Professor of Chemistry, is the only chemist in Northern Nevada to date to have received the honor of being named an ACS fellow
Biology major and dual chemistry, business administration minor, moves on to medical school
College of Science student receives the Sam Lieberman Regents' Award for Student Scholarship
Professor Thomas Bell receives prestigious award for his numerous scientific accomplishments.
Barile receives the University of Nevada, Reno Foundation Early Career Innovator Award
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Christopher Barile's research aims to create processes for recycling carbon dioxide and nitrogen
The College of Science recognizes exceptional alumna Lisa LeMond.
Students launch a new club aimed at increasing diversity in the field of medicine
EH&S safety program to recognize the role of teaching assistants and students receives national award
EPA awards $800,000 to the School of Community Health Sciences for research into the distribution of chemicals within the body
In his first five years, the chemical biologist has led important research on bacterial communication and raised the bar for grant funding
Prestigious science journal publishes College of Science researchers’ milestone findings
The Chemistry Demonstration Series, launched by a professor-student duo, ignites a passion for science in K-12 learners.
Chemistry professor creates new technology for vastly improved smart window performance
The Hitchcock Center for Chemical Ecology welcomes Dr. Paul Cox at December 2018 Launch Symposium
The Hitchcock Center will formalize and enhance the highly successful interdisciplinary and international collaborations in the fields of chemical ecology and natural products chemistry.
Past University research honorees offer faculty community a voice on campus and beyond
University’s Christopher Barile discusses how smart windows can be the future of windows
Recognized for early successes and discoveries in research fields of chemistry, psychology
2018 Foundation Established Innovator Awardee is working with compounds that have the potential to save lives and improve health
Mick Hitchcock will speak April 5 at 7 p.m. as part of the Discover Science Lecture Series
Three Teaching Assistants recognized for their success in undergraduate chemistry lab safety
Presentations represented a variety of disciplines, including sustainable plant production and street art in virtual reality
David Leitner and Wei Yan receive national recognition for their distinguished contributions to science
University honorees receive Teaching Award, Academic Advising Awards and Student Scholar Awards; in addition to Regents' Researcher and Rising Researcher of the Year
The five-year grant will fund research on interactions between insects, microbes and their environment
College of Science researchers looking for solutions to world’s need for new medicines
Don Hardy in English and Sarah Cummings in Chemistry, the University's finest teachers for 2016, share many common traits
Canyon Springs High School graduate caps academic career as top-achieving student
Colleges contributes to economic development through workforce development, research, and industry collaboration
University of Nevada, Reno earns four graduate school, 24 graduate program rankings
Groundbreaking work in computational methods to locate signaling pathways in proteins featured
University of Nevada, Reno’s Mario Alpuche, receives five year grant from National Science Foundation
Chemistry Professor David Leitner's well-rounded career now includes being named a prestigious American Physical Society fellow
Joe Cline, professor of chemistry and College of Science assistant dean, has been named vice provost, undergraduate education
University of Nevada, Reno student Anna Koster awarded major awards for excellence in academics, research
Brian Frost bonds through research and relationships.