$1.17M-supported project builds upon Nuss’s previous work on insulin signaling in Lygus hesperus, the western tarnished plant bug
Lei Cao’s research could help industry manufacture stronger, more flexible titanium alloys
Ying Yang plans to design polymers that mimic living cells
With the latest round of this prestigious NSF award, the University’s community of faculty-recipients grows
Aditya Nair’s network project receives an Early Career Research Program grant.
Biology associate professor receives NSF CAREER Award to investigate health and behavioral effects of light pollution on wild birds
CABNR researcher plays critical role in development of liquid probiotic product for preterm infants
Assistant Professor Tin Nguyen is set to begin NSF-funded research this summer that could advance our understanding of cancer.
Internationally renowned for development of ACT, evidenced based form of psychotherapy
Jamie Voyles will be celebrated with her colleagues at the University's Honor the Best event
Elizabeth Pringle will study how plant chemistry changes in response to drought in the Great Basin.
Engineering professor Kelly Cross receives CAREER grant to survey engineering faculty about their beliefs and values about DEI and to develop gaming tool to coach faculty in responding to DEI situations.
Engineering professor Hao Xu gets CAREER grant to enhance large-scale computerized systems.
Engineering Professor Yufeng Zheng receives National Science Foundation CAREER award to research novel alloys design.
Engin Arslan’s research will bolster next-generation, data intensive applications by designing a new scalable and reliable data transfer framework.
Paving the Wolf Pack Way is a series of stories showcasing Wolf Pack Way alumni from the College of Science.
Snowmelt and mountain ecosystems research vital to resource management in times of changing climate
Christopher Barile's research aims to create a new renewable energy source by recycling carbon dioxide in the atmosphere into useful fuels.
Because of the important role rare earth elements play in modern applications, the research is critical for the continued advancement of cutting-edge technology.
8 awardees representing 4 colleges/school receive NSF’s prestigious award in support of early-career success and continued development
Research will advance heat-transfer solutions for microchip and laser technologies through improved nanoscale engineering
Through research and teaching assistant professor of physics explores Earth’s life-sustaining processes using quantum computation to describe chemical reactions
Computer Science and Engineering Assistant Professor Feng Yan recently received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award that aims to improve the efficiency of machine learning.
Analysis has significant impact on various biological areas such as plant science, microbiology and biomedicine
Barile receives the University of Nevada, Reno Foundation Early Career Innovator Award
Elizabeth Koebele to research collaborative water sustainability policymaking as part of NSF award
Assistant professor of physics receives funding to include undergraduate students in cutting edge physics research
Assistant Professor of Chemistry Christopher Barile's research aims to create processes for recycling carbon dioxide and nitrogen
Last year, Mechanical Engineering Assistant Professor Feifei Fan earned a National Science Foundation CAREER award for her research on lithium-ion rechargeable batteries. She shares the scientific, commercial and societal implications of the project.
In his first five years, the chemical biologist has led important research on bacterial communication and raised the bar for grant funding
The latest prestigious early-career awards will advance research in wildfire-smoke forecasting, battery performance and understanding brain function
Department of Physics alumnus Rick Kraus ('07) was awarded the PECASE for materials and planetary science research
Biologist Jamie Voyles receives National Science Foundation CAREER Award to continue research
Matteo Aureli's research serves national interest from a scientific, economic and security perspective
These prestigious awards from the National Science Foundation benefit research opportunities for new faculty
Industry is seeing surge of innovation and safety advancements through research by the 2018 Foundation Early Career Innovator
Ian Wallace, professor in the Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, honored with early career development award
Research to facilitate nutrient utilization exhibits promising future in commercialization
Grant will enhance research to improve durability of structural steels
Conducts research to develop new chemical devices for efficient synthesis of biologically active compounds
Sarah Cowie awarded for her work surrounding Native and non-Native American collaboration
Award recognizes early career success, funds research of Engineering's Yantao Shen
Award recognizes early career success, funds research
Katherine Iverson recognized for her work researching women’s health and traumatic stress
University of Nevada, Reno’s Mario Alpuche, receives five year grant from National Science Foundation
Research will explore microorganism mobility in the body and the environment
Researcher Qizhen Li to develop and study magnesium-based nanoporous materials