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An above shot of the Gigafactory.

Engineering internships benefit students and employers alike

On February 21, major companies will recruit University students for beneficial roles in workforce

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Electromagnetic compatibility research team takes up residence at the College of Engineering

Lab enhances College's efforts to partner with local industry

A computer model of half a nuclear canister with the different colors representing various materials and temperature distribution.

Faces of the Pack: Five years, two degrees and one certificate for engineering standout

Accelerated program and unique certificate provide hands-on research skills for engineering grad

underground robots

Teams selected for competition for robotic exploration of underground terrain

CERBERUS team looks forward to DARPA Subterranean Challenge STIX Tests

Paul Hartley and Yanji Xu in genomics lab

Building research infrastructure: Investment in Core Labs continues

New directors named to centers for bioinformatics and genomics; Core Facilities Open House set for March 6

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DeLaMare Library offers technology for work and play

The space is currently developing new technologies and services for engineering majors and more

Libraries Multimedia Specialist Michelle Rebaleati works with "SIM Mom" at UNR Med to compose the shot for the 360-degree, 3D virtual reality footage she and colleague Luka Starmer created for the research study

University Libraries, partners using Virtual Reality to revolutionize medical education

University Libraries at the University of Nevada, Reno, along with UNR Med, Renown and several University Departments are working together to revolutionize nursing and medical education at Nevada.

A headshot of Professor Faramarz Gordaninejad.

Mechanical Engineering faculty promoted to Fellow of SPIE

SPIE is a professional society with more than 18,500 active members.

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Engineering graduate hopes to alleviate traffic woes in Nevada

Jianqing Wu recently graduated with a Ph.D. in civil engineering

A man stands in front of motors in a laboratory.

College of Engineering invests in electric vehicle research

Topics such as regenerative braking, range extension and efficiency improvement of electric vehicles are being studied through test bench simulations

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MESA Program aims to help Northern Nevada schools

The University's program is working to integrate with its national counterpart

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Education of creativity and changing the world is focus of science journalist lecture

Ira Flatow, College of Engineering 2018 Distinguished Lecturer