Research & innovation
Jon Bilbao Basque Library, Basque culture, digital archive focus of new episode of Checked Out!
In the latest University Libraries podcast episode, Basque Librarian Iñaki Arrieta Baro discusses how the pandemic has impacted the Basque community in the Old Country, as well as across the American West, how the Library remains engaged with its users during these uncertain times, the unique art of Basque improvised poetry and more.
Teamwork that opens doors to research, opportunities
University's Living Lab pilot program aims to light a path for underrepresented students as undergraduates and grad students work together on research
University offers agricultural crop research tours at Field Day in Fallon
Research being done on drought-tolerant and salt-tolerant crops
Experiment Station increases meat and produce production during pandemic
Desert Farming Initiative and Wolf Pack Meats step up to help meet local demand
3 companies ‘graduate’ from Nevada Center for Applied Research following successful incubation
With support from the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, University’s applied R&D center has drawn more than $43 million to Nevada and now welcomes 3 new businesses
Nevada Today adds a new way of telling the University’s stories
Marketing Communications launches its UNPACKED podcast to share backstories from the University community
Reopening Plan – Fall 2020 & other important updates
University President Marc Johnson announces updates to the University coronavirus site, including a new confirmed cases page, and addresses other important issues
University Libraries buildings to reopen with limited access, continued virtual support
Beginning July 6 University users can visit the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center, DeLaMare Science and Engineering Library, Savitt Medical Library in-person, with limited access; masks required to enter
“Our lives should not be sacrificed this easily”: Camp Fire tragedy leads to new wildfire research
The National Science Foundation has awarded Assistant Professor Hamed Ebrahimian a $2 million grant to develop novel wildfire risk assessment and mitigation tools.