Nevada Gold Mines Professor Pengbo Chu connects with industry, plans for lunar mining project
Chu will use the professorship to establish connections with the mining industry, support his other research and expand opportunities for students.
Recyling CO2 and the chemistry of climate change
Christopher Barile's research aims to create a new renewable energy source by recycling carbon dioxide in the atmosphere into useful fuels.
Dramatic Nevada scenery featured in 2022 Nevada Geology photo calendar
Funds raised support University of Nevada, Reno’s Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology
College of Science celebrates 2021 distinguished alumni
Alumni from the College of Science and the Mackay School of Earth Sciences and Engineering were commended at last night's annual event.
University taking part in Great Nevada ShakeOut public earthquake drill
Campus community encouraged to be earthquake aware and to Drop, Cover and Hold-on
Finding ways to make the behavior-analytic services that Latinx people deserve
Detailing the actions individuals and organizations can take to make more equitable healthcare
Reclaiming the land, remapping history
Through research and mapping, geography graduate student and member of the Pyramid Lake Paiute Tribe Autumn Harry recognizes Indigenous place names to honor her Numu (Northern Paiute) homelands.
Devastating floods in Europe bring geoengineers to study impact on infrastructure
Michael Gardner visited Germany, the Netherlands and Belgium as part of a reconnaissance team to see how geo-structures performed with severe flooding.
Fire tornado prediction tools to be developed for public safety during extreme wildfires
Researchers at University of Nevada, Reno and DRI launch new citizen science project to gather ashfall data
Earth Science Week guided tour explores water in western Nevada
Tour western Nevada’s hydrologic cycle and rapidly evolving landscapes with the Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology Saturday, October 16
Proporcionando asistencia culturalmente sensible y basada en evidencia científica a la comunidad Latina
La Profesora Asociada Lorraine Benuto capacita a los estudiantes para brindar servicios psicológicos en español
Providing culturally sensitive, evidence-based care to the Latinx community
Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology Lorraine Benuto trains students to deliver psychological services in Spanish
Caldor Fire impact on Lake Tahoe’s clarity, ecology studied amidst ongoing wildfire season
As extended smoke and ash continue to impact the Lake Tahoe Basin, researchers hope to better understand if and how the iconic alpine lake can recover.
Psychometrics and statistical computing research funded by NSF
Assistant Professor Yinghan Chen's research will advance statistical methods for estimation in the design of educational assessment, psychiatric diagnosis techniques
How can I support wildland firefighters?
From handwritten letters to donating hot meals, postdoctoral fellow and clinical psychology Ph.D. Jena Casas offers advice on how you can support wildland firefighters this challenging fire season.
A Nevada first: University-based Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit established
Nevada becomes 39th state to create multi-agency unit to serve research and conservation of wildlife, fisheries and habitats
Groundbreaking researcher Gardner dies at age 91
Psychology professor Allen Gardner and his wife Trixie earned worldwide acclaim teaching Washoe the chimpanzee American Sign Language
Thermal cameras installed by ALERTWildfire to help firefighters see through Caldor Fire smoke
University of Nevada, Reno and DigitalPath technicians deploy latest technology onto mountaintop camera platform
Discover Science Lecture Series kicks off
The College of Science welcomes an astronaut, leading COVID-19 vaccine developer and more for its 2021/2022 season
COVID-19: Thinking back and looking forward
Members of the Department of Microbiology and Immunology discuss the COVID-19 vaccine technology, hesitancy, distribution and more for the Discover Science podcast
Chemistry professor named 2021 American Chemical Society Fellow
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
Summer Nevada Nature Blitz
Take photos of the organisms you see anywhere in Nevada, post them to iNaturalist, and experts will help you identify which species you observed!
Collaboration key in University Libraries new “Thin Sections” collection
Community Collection available for browsing online, featured in new Libraries exhibit
Wildfire smoke alters lake ecosystems on regional scale
University of Nevada, Reno Global Water Center researchers studied impacts of six major 2018 wildfires
Mammals with small populations do not exhibit larger genomes
Department of Biology paper tests the Drift-Barrier hypothesis to determine why genomes of species vary so much in size
Journal of Neuroscience cover story features University neuroscience research
Assistant Professor Simon Pieraut’s paper was featured in the May 26 issue of the Journal of Neuroscience
Most ever CAREER Awards received by University faculty
8 awardees representing 4 colleges/school receive NSF’s prestigious award in support of early-career success and continued development
Class of 2021 exceeds the Senior Class fundraising goal at the Go for the Gold event
College of Science event encourages student philanthropy as they become young alumni
Mackay School alumnus elected to the National Academy of Engineers
Dr. Nikhil C. Trivedi, '70 Metallurgical Engineering M.S., is awarded one of the highest professional honors accorded an engineer.
Blaize Abuntori acts on a simple idea, makes a big impact
Statistics and data science master's student receives the Cavanaugh Community Volunteer Award for launching the Reno Burrito Project
Anna Panorska takes a holistic approach to graduate advising
Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Anna Panorska has received the University’s Graduate Academic Advisor Award
Goldwater Scholar Jacob Molina continues pursuit of "innate" passion for physics
Molina's research focuses on plasma and condensed matter physics under the mentorship of Assistant Professor Thomas White
Every class 'should be the best class I’ve ever had'
The University’s Distinguished Faculty award tops Scott Mensing’s decorated career
Lily Liu selected as Spring 2021 Herz Gold Medalist
Biology major and dual chemistry, business administration minor, moves on to medical school
Elizabeth Leger’s exceptional career “shows no sign of slowing”
Professor of Biology and Director of the Museum of Natural History named Foundation Professor for extraordinary record of achievement
Student Jayde Powell builds on a family legacy of community service and engagement
College of Science student receives the Sam Lieberman Regents' Award for Student Scholarship
Jena Casas' evolving research focuses on filling the need for behavioral health services in Nevada
Doctoral student in clinical psychology receives the Sam Lieberman Regents' Award for Student Scholarship
Jennifer Hollander helps students build a love for learning
Teaching Associate Professor Jennifer Hollander receives the Paul and Judy Bible Teaching Excellence Award
Sci-On! Film Festival brings science and science fiction short films to Reno
Festival offers in-person and online passes May 4-9 for films from around the world
Amy Altick asks "What did your brain do for you today?"
Dr. Altick receives the Outstanding Outreach and Engagement Faculty Award for her work with the Society for Neuroscience
Calibrating Vision, a Discover Science at Home lecture
Foundation Professor and Director of the University’s Center for Integrative Neuroscience Michael Webster discusses the complex adaptations of our visual senses in his March 11 Discover Science virtual lecture.
Chemistry professor named Outstanding Researcher of the Year
Professor Thomas Bell receives prestigious award for his numerous scientific accomplishments.
Energy Resource Governance Initiative (ERGI) Academy to facilitate global governance of energy resource minerals
Mackay School of Earth Sciences and Engineering will bring delegates from around the world for hands-on trainings in energy resource minerals governance related topics.
Knock-on effects of COVID-19 on the mining industry
Kinross Term Assistant Professor in Mining Engineering Javad Sattarvand comments on the challenges overcome by the Nevada mining industry over the past year.
Mountain chickadees resist age-related cognitive declines
University of Nevada, Reno long-standing research yields new data
University professor’s invention from over a century ago continues to be impactful today
In 1908, James Church’s interest in snow and the mountains led to the invention of the snow sampler, a device that greatly advanced the development of snow science
NSF CAREER Award recipient Thomas White explores the most extreme states of matter in the Universe
Assistant professor of physics receives funding to include undergraduate students in cutting edge physics research
Roving Mars: From Sojourner to Perseverance
Foundation Professor and planetary scientist Wendy Calvin will discuss the evolution of Mars rovers in her March 11 Discover Science virtual lecture.
Research technology transforms how first responders fight fires
Video highlights technology and thought-leadership behind ALERTWildfire, developed through the Nevada Seismological Laboratory
Jeff Thompson, longtime College of Science dean, named Acting Provost
Katherine McCall, associate dean, assumes acting College of Science dean position
Macrosystems biology: science journal explores new knowledge in ecological frontier
University of Nevada, Reno conducts international rivers study based on new approaches in science
Nevada ENDURE seeks to improve diversity in neuroscience
New program aims to raise interest and opportunities in neuroscience research for individuals who are typically underrepresented in the field.
Workforce development downtown: K-12 Robotics Center|University of Nevada, Reno
Southside Studio becomes home to robotics-based education and competition teams, strengthening the path to degrees and careers
Gain professional and academic experience through paid undergraduate research programs
With the help of a mentor, undergraduate students can apply for paid research opportunities
Scientists keep watch on climate and weather as drought grips Nevada
Interdisciplinary approach from University of Nevada, Reno Extension keeps people informed and involved
New, donor-supported equipment and infrastructure will advance research
Philanthropist and scientist Mick Hitchcock, Ph.D. continues to support scientific progress and research capacity
'Anyone can be a (mad) scientist' and other College of Science video competition winners announced
Students take home cash prizes for short videos depicting life as science students in annual competition.
Marine Plankton face threat of extinction as planet warms
Census of marine plankton fossils reveals inability to adapt to large shifts in climate
University honors Fall 2020 Senior Scholar recipients
University of Nevada, Reno and the Nevada Alumni Association recognize 9 graduates with top grade-point average
Study in Thailand identifies benefits of community-based freshwater fish reserves
Results of research published in science journal Nature could help freshwater fisheries worldwide
Geology-themed 2021 calendar available from College of Science
Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology compiles scenic photos, Nevada facts in annual calendar
Wildfire plume dynamics: Discover Science at Home series Nov. 19
College of Science public event moves online, high-intensity wildfires subject of third talk
Taissa Lytchenko receives international neuroscience society award
Graduate student recognized for Cognitive Brain Sciences outreach and education for community
Tales from the Crypt: Discover Science at Home series Oct. 22
College of Science public event moves online, Museum of Natural History focus of second talk
University taking part in Great Nevada ShakeOut public earthquake drill
Campus community encouraged to be earthquake aware and to Drop, Cover and Hold-on
Geothermal energy exploration to get boost from University research
College of Science awarded $10 million DOE grant to develop comprehensive ‘toolkit’ for industry
Discover Science at Home Speaker Series debuts Sept. 24
College of Science public series moves online, geothermal energy first topic
Burritos bridge the gap in Reno communities
University graduate student Blaize Abuntori teams up with Colleges to aid homeless
Celebrating what goes RIGHT in chemistry-lab safety
EH&S safety program to recognize the role of teaching assistants and students receives national award
Working to protect the public’s health
EPA awards $800,000 to the School of Community Health Sciences for research into the distribution of chemicals within the body
Lahontan Cutthroat Trout thrive at Paiute’s Summit Lake in far northern Nevada
University collaborates with tribe to protect the longest self-sustaining population of trout
Taking on COVID-19 with math and stats
Professor of Mathematics and Statistics Paul Hurtado and Nevada State Biostatistician and College of Science alumna Kyra Morgan talk COVID-19 and how they’re using numbers to make sense of it all.
Exploring the relationship between space, race and STEM attainment on the Discover Science podcast
Dr. William F. Tate IV speaks with the College of Science about his research revealing the uneven contours of the education pipeline.
Scientists develop numerical capability of laser-driven x-ray imaging
College of Science experiments validate numerical modeling method for variety of uses
Research-based work of 58 undergraduate students highlighted at symposium
Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium pivots to virtual with project presentations from a variety of disciplines, from STEM to the social sciences, arts and humanities
Using worldwide GPS data to study changes in Earth’s crust, from the Ice Age to today
The University’s 2020 Outstanding Researcher award recognizes the amazing discoveries, scientific contributions and career of Geoff Blewitt
Department of Chemistry’s Yftah Tal-Gan receives the 2020 Foundation Early Career Innovator Award
In his first five years, the chemical biologist has led important research on bacterial communication and raised the bar for grant funding
Mick Hitchock offers a message of inspiration to College of Science 2020 graduates
Leading biomedical researcher Mick Hitchcock shares a message of congratulations online in lieu of a traditional graduation speech.
Matt Forister named University of Nevada, Reno Foundation Professor
Trevor J. McMinn Research Professor of Biology works to understand insects including butterflies and other pollinators, and to affect public perception of insects in the Western United States
Monte Cristo Earthquake fault still active with 6,500 aftershocks
University geoscience teams monitoring, finding, mapping damage and surface ruptures
World-traveling biologist honored with Ozmen’s Global Engagement Award
Research to find, study and protect freshwater megafish and freshwater biodiversity a major focus
In classroom or on Zoom, Tibbitts winners impacting students' lives
Amy Fitch and Elena Pravosudova are 2020 Tibbitts Teaching Excellence award winners
Sci-On! Film Festival to feature two College of Science films
Watch the short documentary Fertile Waters and an episode of Mineral Monday, both official selections in the festival, on May 5 at 7 p.m. at the virtual festival.
Fulbright U.S. Scholar Award recipients pursue overseas teaching and research opportunities
Elizabeth Everest and Connor Billman of the Department of Biology both received the prestigious award.
How do I stop touching my face?
Leading researcher and psychologist Professor Steven Hayes reveals a scientifically proven trick for dramatically reducing how often you touch your face
What does it take to receive a National Science Foundation CAREER award?
The latest prestigious early-career awards will advance research in wildfire-smoke forecasting, battery performance and understanding brain function
Carson City aftershocks continue after magnitude 4.5 earthquake
College of Science seismological lab tracks seismic activity in Silver State
AGU Outstanding Student Presentation awarded to graduate student Heather Winslow
Department of Geological Sciences and Engineering student receives prestigious award granted to the top 5% of student participants.
Upholding the Mackay School's long legacy
Geologist and newly appointed Director of the Mackay School of Earth Sciences and Engineering plans to continue Mackay’s proud legacy with a fresh vision for the school in mind.
Shedding new light on black hole behavior
Physics department assistant professor part of international team that tracked jets ejected from black hole
At the Putnam Mathematical Competition and Intermountain Math Competition, the University's team showed up strong
Between the two competitions, the Department of Mathematics and Statistics brought home numerous prizes and accolades.
2019 College of Science video competition winners announced
Students take home cash prizes for short videos depicting life as College of Science students.
Undergraduate Research: growing interest, growing support, new director
Tanya Kelley named to guide the range of programs and services to encourage pursuit of research, scholarly and creative activities by undergraduates
A promising breakthrough against a deadly foe: Streptococcus pneumoniae
Prestigious science journal publishes College of Science researchers’ milestone findings
First-person video dataset aims to catch people looking (at everything)
Three universities collaborating to develop visual archive to be used for research, artificial intelligence development
Caterpillar loss in tropical forest linked to extreme rain, temperature events
Plant, caterpillar, parasitoid interaction studied for 22 years by biologists in College of Science
William Tate to present lecture on relationship of place, race and STEM education
Free public Discover Science Lecture Series to be held at Davidson Mathematics and Science Center
The Mackay School shows up strong at the American Exploration & Mining Association (AEMA) Annual Meeting
Graduate Students in the Department of Mining and Metallurgical Engineering took home 1st and 3rd in the meeting's poster competition
Psychology Department professor and team enter the Best Illusion of the Year contest
Voting is open for University Professors Gideon Paul Caplovitz and Jean-Paul Perrotte's illusion entry: the Rotating Circles.
Young alum Zachary Brounstein is moving forward and giving back
Brounstein, Class of 2016, endowed the Zachary R. Brounstein Scholarship fund.
Joel Scheingross receives the 2019 Luna B. Leopold Award
Assistant Professor in the Department of Geological Sciences and Engineering honored as an early career scientist by the American Geophysical Union.
Mineral Monday in Virginia City: The Chollar Mine
Mineral Monday heads up to Virginia City with two very special guests in this three-part season finale.
Building it bigger
Department Chair Tin-Yau Tam on his growing Mathematics & Statistics Department
Bringing chemistry into K-12 classrooms
The Chemistry Demonstration Series, launched by a professor-student duo, ignites a passion for science in K-12 learners.
Mineral Monday: Epidote
Learn about the mineral epidote on this week's episode of Mineral Monday.
Mineral Monday: Trilobite
Watch this week's episode about the Keck Museum's trilobite collection.
Mineral Monday: Cerussite
Learn about the stunning mineral cerussite on this week's episode of Mineral Monday
Drop, Cover and Hold On in the Great Nevada ShakeOut public earthquake drill
College of Science’s seismological lab uses drill to help Nevadans learn, prepare for earthquakes
Mineral Monday: Hemimorphite
Watch this week's episode about the mineral, hemimorphite, and check it out in the Keck Museum for yourself.
Linking individual behavior change to social transformation
Nevada Foundation Professor in the Behavior Analysis program and originator and pioneering researcher into Acceptance and Commitment Therapy (ACT), Dr. Steven Hayes, publishes two books.
Public invited to annual Earth Science Week field trip
Participants will learn about the geology of the Truckee Meadows and Virginia City
Mineral Monday: Wolframite
Watch this week's episode of Mineral Monday featuring the Keck Museum's wolframite specimens.
College of Science honor exceptional alumni
The College of Science and Mackay School honored an impressive group of alumni at the annual Alumni of the Year reception on September 25.
Astrophysicist Gabriela González to speak about gravitational wave discovery
College of Science invites top scientists for free Discover Science Lecture Series public lectures
Great Nevada ShakeOut public earthquake drill Oct. 17
University of Nevada, Reno’s seismological lab uses drill to help Nevadans learn and prepare for earthquakes
Capacity building in artificially intelligent mining systems
University receives $1.25 million grant to create an interdisciplinary team of professionals, partnered with the world’s largest mining companies, in order to advance technology and automation in mines.
Wonders of the Mekong Project receives USAID award funding
Biology professors Zeb Hogan and Sudeep Chandra receive 4 years of funding for their research in Cambodia.
Mineral Monday: Talc
Learn about the mineral that holds the number 1 spot on the Mohs Hardness Scale.
Mineral Monday: Corundum
Learn about the mineral, corundum, on this week's episode of Mineral Monday with Garrett Barmore.
Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers (PECASE) awarded to alumnus Rick Kraus
Department of Physics alumnus Rick Kraus ('07) was awarded the PECASE for materials and planetary science research
John Mackay expert is first speaker in Discover Science Lecture Series
Gregory Crouch is biographer of University of Nevada, Reno benefactor
Mineral Monday field trip to Lake Tahoe
The College of Science favorite is back for a new season
Freshwater megafauna populations declining globally
First comprehensive global population study of giant freshwater fish, mammals, reptiles and amphibians shows sharp declines, highlighting the need for timely and targeted conservation efforts.
Ahmad Itani named associate vice president for research
His career studying and improving engineering of bridges now shifts to building connections to resources, opportunities, colleagues
Final AlertTahoe fire camera installation complete near Emerald Bay
Camera goes live on University of Nevada, Reno’s AlertWildfire website
STEM professors draw inspiration from art
From photography to winemaking and illustration, professors in science and engineering combine passions for art with careers in STEM
Amphibian extinction research takes next step to study how disease outbreaks subside
Biologist Jamie Voyles receives National Science Foundation CAREER Award to continue research
Remembering Normandy, a commemorative jump
Professor of Geography and US Army veteran paratrooper Ken Nussear participated in the 75th anniversary reenactment of D-Day
Biology professor wins Nevada Regents' Teaching Award for 2019
Jennifer Hollander nominated by faculty and awarded for teaching success
Machines being trained to enhance geothermal exploration in Nevada
College of Science geologists are successful with new exploration methods for renewable energy
NASA ISS Chief Scientist Julie Robinson asks graduates to make a commitment to scientific discourse
Robinson, an alumna of the College of Science, delivered the commencement address at the 2019 College of Science and College of Engineering graduation ceremony.
Spring Commencement 2019: 'Catch your breath for a moment ... but don't stop'
Record number of degrees, 3,201, conferred during University's 129th Commencement
Mineral Monday season finale with Vera: Ichthyosaur
Mineral Monday competition winner, Vera, co-hosts this week's episode of Mineral Monday about the Ichthyosaur.
Few remaining free-flowing rivers identified in global study
College of Science biologist Zeb Hogan on international team of scientists
Developing regional solutions through undergraduate research
Community-based undergraduate researchers join with faculty mentors to explore problems and offer understanding and ideas to make a difference
Mineral Monday: Blue Mud
Learn about the mineral Blue Mud on this week's episode of Mineral Monday
Mineral Monday: Sphalerite
Learn about the mineral sphalerite on this week's episode of Mineral Monday
Day at the Museum: May 4, 2019
Take an interactive walking tour of 10 University museums on and around campus
Mineral Monday competition winner
Congratulations to Vera for submitting her winning video, Fossil Fridays: Mosasaurus!
Science and policy: the Yin and Yang dynamic of global food security
Plant pathologist Bob Zeigler to present at Discover Science Lecture Series
Mineral Monday: sylvite
Learn about the mineral sylvite on this week's episode of Mineral Monday
Researchers, Technology Providers, and Leadership Discuss Vision for University Cyberinfrastructure
Cyberinfrastructure Day 2019 highlighted where we are and where we are going with research technology support
Mineral Monday: lazurite
Learn about the mineral lazurite on this week's episode of Mineral Monday
Institute for Neuroscience to help a multidisciplinary center of excellence become even stronger
James Kenyon named director of University of Nevada, Reno institute designed to complement and extend the energy, experience and potential in the neurosciences
Mineral Monday: Calcite
Learn about the mineral calcite on this week's episode of Mineral Monday
Global amphibian mass extinctions caused by fungal disease
College of Science biology professor Jamie Voyles participated in international study
The Lady Muckers take on the 41st Annual International Collegiate Mining Competition
The Mackay Muckers had enough female recruits for both men's and a women's teams for the first time in five years.
A woman among men: Margery's story
Margery McKnight Carr was the only woman and the third in history to have graduated from the Mackay School of Mines in 1951
Mineral Monday: crocoite
Learn about the mineral crocoite on this week's episode of Mineral Monday
Bees, bugs and breaking down stereotypes
Anne Leonard and Felicity Muth sit down to talk about their research, what's coming next and overcoming stereotypes
Women in science: Jamie Ludwig Dafoe, rangeland specialist
Dafoe, a graduate of the College of Biotechnology, Agriculture & Natural Resources rangeland science program, takes us through life as a rangeland consultant
Microbes in weird places: what life is like in the deep Earth
Karen Lloyd will speak on her recent research at the Discover Science Lecture, Thursday March 14
Adjustable tinted windows now electronically controlled
Chemistry professor creates new technology for vastly improved smart window performance
Wendy Calvin looks back at 15 years of working on Mars
College of Science geologist on the science team for the rover Opportunity
Natural selection and spatial memory link shown in mountain chickadee research
Long-term, extensive study in Sierra Nevada range yields behavior, memory and selection data
Mineral Monday: adamite
Learn about the mineral adamite on this week's episode of Mineral Monday
Mineral Monday competition announcement
The Keck Museum is excited to announce its first-ever Mineral Monday competition!
Mineral Monday Competition
Mineral Monday is back for season three with an exciting announcement
Research on sperm transportation reveals new cause of male infertility
UNR Med-led research team corrects a 150-year-old wrong concept regarding sperm transport; findings could lead to new treatment for male infertility
Scientists: 'Time is ripe' to use big data for planet-sized plant data
Professor Julie Allen leads research using big data to address biodiversity issues at the global scale
A place in history: the Mackay School
A look back at some remarkable images from the Mackay School's past.
Environmental discoveries, men's hoops lead most popular stories of 2018
Lahontan cutthroat trout species re-discovery was the most clicked on Nevada Today story in 2018
Revealing our dynamic landscape through new high-resolution topographic data
Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology’s regional-scale lidar mapping provides novel insights into earthquake, flood and glacial history
The Promise of Chemical Ecology
The Hitchcock Center for Chemical Ecology welcomes Dr. Paul Cox at December 2018 Launch Symposium
2018 Winter Commencement: 'What path will you take?'
1,864 degrees conferred during two ceremonies on Saturday
Scientists find causes of firenado in deadly Carr Fire
Climate, weather set the stage for uncontrollable inferno in Redding, California
Mineral Monday: how gold is made
Learn how gold goes from in the ground to the finished product.
Decoding the mind
Mathematics & Statistics Assistant Professor Mihye Ahn on her research and rise in academia
Mineral Monday: Dioptase
Learn about the beautiful green mineral, dioptase, on this week's episode of Mineral Monday.
Mineral Monday: Herkimer Diamond
This week's specimen looks like a diamond, is called a diamond, but is not a diamond at all!
Genetic studies set new standards for managing Nevada’s recovering bighorn sheep herds
University of Nevada, Reno biologists study effect of herd restoration over past 50 years
Mineral Monday: Opal
This week, learn about common opal, precious opal and Nevada's state mineral, black fire opal.
Mineral Monday: Smithsonite
This week's mineral shares its namesake with a famous group of museums and research centers. Any guesses?
Blane Harding receives Leading Light Award from national academic advising association
College of Science Director of Advising, Recruitment and Retention honored at annual national conference
Why and how do we sleep?
Associate Professor Alexander M. van der Linden explains the need for sleep, and how simple organisms with a completely mapped nervous system are key in understanding sleep regulation and function.
Mineral Monday field trip to Twin Creeks Gold Mine, part 1
Take a trip out to Newmont Mining Operations Twin Creeks facility on this week's episode of Mineral Monday!
Great Nevada ShakeOut public earthquake drill Thursday, Oct. 18
University of Nevada, Reno’s seismological lab uses drill to help Nevadans learn, prepare for earthquakes
Mineral Monday: Barite
Learn about the common mineral, barite, on this week's episode.
Historic Sierra Nevada peak site for newest AlertTahoe network camera
College of Science's Nevada Seismological Lab goes to great heights to help firefighters
Mineral Monday: Topaz
Topaz, often used in jewelry, is the subject of this week's episode of Mineral Monday.
Mineral Monday: Aragonite
Learn about the tabular mineral aragonite on this week's episode of Mineral Monday.
Geography students help Reno refugees cultivate roots through community garden
Service learning opportunities offered in the geography department at the University of Nevada, Reno has students building community ties for marginalized populations
Register now for Great Nevada ShakeOut public earthquake drill
College of Science’s seismological lab uses drill to help Nevadans learn, prepare for earthquakes
The Hitchcock Center for Chemical Ecology opens, supports collaboration across disciplines
The Hitchcock Center will formalize and enhance the highly successful interdisciplinary and international collaborations in the fields of chemical ecology and natural products chemistry.
Mineral Monday: Field Trip to Sand Mountain
Garrett heads out on the road again this week for another field trip edition of Mineral Monday!
University adds 13 new academic programs
New programs range from a minor in graphic design to a B.S. in biotechnology
Planetary Scientist Jim Bell will take you on a vacation through space
Discover Science Lecture Series brings solar system tour guide and astronomer to talk with community
Mineral Monday: Carbide Lamps
This week, Garrett shows us a few exciting pieces in the Keck Museum's mining history collection.
Mineral Monday: Azurite
This relatively common mineral is popular with collectors because of its beautiful blue hues.
Mineral Monday: Plesiosaur
Learn about this ancient marine reptile on this week's episode of Mineral Monday.
Mineral Monday: field trip to Fly Ranch
Explore this incredible geological site and hear the Burning Man Organization's plans for the property in this special field trip edition of Mineral Monday.
Seismo Lab's AlertWildfire mountaintop camera network slated for Sonoma County
College of Science and UC San Diego team with regional agencies to help firefighting efforts
Jaime Casap launches 2018-2019 Discover Science Lecture Series Aug. 22
Casap is the Education Evangelist at Google and speaks to education influencers about the role of web and tech-based learning
NevadaFIT: Freshman Intensive Transition boot camp begins
More than 1,700 incoming freshman – nearly half of all University of Nevada, Reno freshmen – to participate in program designed to increase college success
Funding for AlertTahoe fire camera network announced at Tahoe Summit
College of Science’s Graham Kent talks about successful mountaintop fire tracking system
Mineral Monday: Cinnabar and a special announcement
Watch this week's episode of Mineral Monday and learn about the mineral cinnabar.
Mineral Monday: Stibnite
Watch this week's episode of Mineral Monday and learn about the mineral stibnite.
Center for Advanced Studies advocates for researchers
Past University research honorees offer faculty community a voice on campus and beyond
Mineral Monday: Fluorite
Watch this week's episode of Mineral Monday about the many fluorite specimens on display at the Keck Museum.
Smart Window technology, adjustable tinted glass, offers energy saving solutions
University’s Christopher Barile discusses how smart windows can be the future of windows
Mineral Monday: Vivianite
This week, learn about the spectacular mineral vivianite.
Chalifoux, Snow named 2018 Regents’ Rising Researchers
Recognized for early successes and discoveries in research fields of chemistry, psychology
Nat Geo WILD’s “Monster Fish with Zeb Hogan” season premieres June 1
Biology professor travels off the grid to the dangerous Salween River in Myanmar to start the new season
Mineral Monday: Mackay Stanford Ore Deposit Collection
Explore one of the Keck Museum's off-site storage locations with curator Garrett Barmore.
Innovation and commercialization: Chemistry research by Tom Bell has global impact
2018 Foundation Established Innovator Awardee is working with compounds that have the potential to save lives and improve health
Mineral Monday: Quartz
For this week's episode of Mineral Monday, learn about this common mineral that comes in many different colors.
NevadaTeach graduates first cohort of dual-degreed students
University program addresses qualified math, science teacher shortage and continues to expand as students develop a love for teaching
University’s Post-Bac program offers second chance at medical school
Shawnice Kraeber is the first post-baccalaureate student to graduate from University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine
On the genetic frontier: Helping plants develop, survive and produce in extreme conditions
Jeff Harper, University’s 2018 Outstanding Researcher, contributes to advancements in plant biology through ‘extraordinary’ research
Mineral Monday: Mohs Hardness Scale
The Mohs Hardness Scale is often used as a first step when classifying rocks and minerals.
University’s Mackay Muckers place second at 2018 International Mining Games
Students in the School of Mines traveled to Camborne, England for 40th international competition
Developing regional solutions through undergraduate research (May 2018)
Through Community-Based Research, students explore problems and offer understanding, tools and ideas to make a difference
Mineral Monday: Native Silver
This week on Mineral Monday, learn about two unique formations of native silver or silver nuggets.
Mineral Monday: Mine Cage
For this week's episode of Mineral Monday, Garrett takes us back in time to the early days of mining on the Comstock here in our home state of Nevada.
National Geographic names Adam Csank Geography Steward for Nevada
Assistant Professor in the Department of Geography Adam Csank is representing Nevada as the National Geographic Geography Steward
Mineral Monday: Helicoprion Fossil
This week's specimen illustrates a unique feature of this ancient shark species.
Sierra mountaintop laboratory keeps track of some of the worst weather in the country
Sugar Bowl Resort, University partner to study regional weather, climate and water impacts for California and Nevada
Mineral Monday: Tektites
Learn about the mysterious tektites for this week's episode of Mineral Monday.
Lahontan cutthroat trout species thought to be extinct rediscovered in Utah Creek
University’s Mary Peacock publishes research on recovering Nevada’s local monster fish
Mineral Monday: Mackay Silver
The Mary Louise and John Mackay Silver Collection showcases about 58 ornately designed silver service pieces, and is one of the Keck Museum's more famous collections.
Mineral Monday: Wakabayashilite
Wakabayashilite is one of the rarest minerals in the Keck Museum's collection.
Tour nine interactive museums at ‘Day at the Museum’ May 5
Community welcome to attend family-fun event at the University of Nevada, Reno
Mineral Monday: Wulfenite
Learn about this yellow tabular mineral called wulfenite on this week's episode of Mineral Monday.
Mick Hitchcock closes out Discover Science Lecture Series April 5
Hitchcock is a University of Nevada, Reno trustee and bio-pharmaceutical researcher revolutionizing HIV treatment
Mineral Monday: Mastodon
Learn about this prehistoric species of elephant on this week's episode of Mineral Monday.
Innovation award presented to AlertTahoe mountaintop fire camera team
College of Science leads efforts to bring internet to the wilderness for hazard monitoring
Mineral Monday: Pyrite
This stunning mineral is very common and is better known by it's nickname.
Mineral Monday: Halite
Learn about the fast-moving mineral halite in this week's episode of Mineral Monday.
College of Science talks with S. James Gates, Jr.
S. James Gates, Jr. talks about his career, the physics question that has become his "white whale," and what fulfills him most in life.
Mineral Monday: Nevada Relief Map
Learn something new about Nevada on this week's episode of Mineral Monday!
The messy history of pristine landscapes
Researchers reconstruct the relationship between changing sociopolitical conditions and their effect on the landscape.
Mineral Monday: Hematite
The mineral hematite is considered the most important iron ore because it is mined and then refined into iron.
S. James Gates Jr. to speak at the College of Science March 8
World-renowned theoretical physicist S. James Gates Jr. is known for his research on supersymmetry as well as his advocacy for diversity in education.
Mineral Monday: Staurolite
This week, learn about the mineral staurolite and its unique twinned formation.
Mineral Monday: Giant Sloth Tracks
The Keck Museum houses the only public collection of fossils found at the Carson City trackway.
Active volcanoes lure College of Science geologist to remote Kamchatka
Philipp Ruprecht and team get treated to several eruptions in trek on northern peninsula
Mineral Monday: Native Copper
This week, explore the Keck Museum's extensive native copper collection.
College of Science program helps launch the first multi-university graduate course
The University of Nevada, Reno partners with five other universities nationwide to offer new topics in hydrology research.
Mineral Monday: Fulgurite
Each Monday, explore the many amazing minerals, fossils and historical objects on display at the W.M. Keck Earth Science and Mineral Engineering Museum with curator Garrett Barmore.
Nevada Seismological Lab reports swarm of 90 earthquakes in south Reno
University reports several magnitude 2 and lower quakes, no damage reported
College of Science supported film selected for the 2018 Wild & Scenic Film Festival
The film "Ganzorig and the River Wolf" offers a unique perspective into the work of local Mongolian scientist, Ganzorig Batsaihan.
Is commercialization the new status symbol for academic scientists?
A University of Nevada, Reno faculty member interviewed 61 scientists at four top research universities, examining how they think about commercial rewards
New program awards chemistry lab safety
Three Teaching Assistants recognized for their success in undergraduate chemistry lab safety
The gene tree: mapping the evolutionary history of a sugar gene
University research into Neu5Gc sugar lays groundwork for research in diets, transplants, and diseases.
Game of drones: College of Science students test the use of unmanned aircraft systems for research
The University of Nevada, Reno partners with five universities nationwide to teach new topics in hydrological research.
Lightning Talks provide early-career faculty members opportunity to network, collaborate
Presentations represented a variety of disciplines, including sustainable plant production and street art in virtual reality
Great Basin seed study experiment targets rangeland restoration
New genetic study methods, targeted seed production in four-year study by CABNR, College of Science
NASA Chief Scientist Julie Robinson visits with students, community
College of Science and Davidson Academy students and professors meet with Julie Robinson prior to her lecture
Fly fishing in Mongolia with the College of Science
Zeb Hogan and Sudeep Chandra's research on taimen in Mongolia could inform sustainable fly fishing and ecosystem management globally.
Space station chief scientist to talk about medicine, world, technology
Discover Science Lecture Series Thursday, Nov. 9, free and open to the public
19 new programs join University academics
New programs include a doctorate in mathematics, a major in dance, a minor in Middle Eastern studies and more
One step closer to defining dark matter, celebrate Dark Matter Day
Cross-campus collaboration brought together a quantum physicist and a geophysicist to look for particles
College of Science students speak at the 2017 Scholarship Luncheon
Scholarship recipients met with donors at the annual College of Science Scholarship Luncheon
College of Science professor seeks to answer the mysteries of the universe
Experimental physicist and professor, Andrew Geraci, studies ultralight matter at the College of Science
Practicing for pizza: The Great Nevada ShakeOut is 10:19 on 10-19
Students can win a pizza or donut party for their class if they take and post a picture with #ShakeOutPizza
College of Science’s Felicity Muth receives national L’Oréal Fellowship
Biology scholar receives $60,000 For Women in Science Fellowship for her work with bees
How “The Diversity Bonus” improves Science, Finance, Sports
Scott E. Page comes to the University of Nevada, Reno Thursday, Oct. 12.
From M*A*S*H to intestines, Alan Alda speaks to journalism students
Alan Alda engages students and professors about science communication
Going back to school: Nevada’s Jenny Ouyang travels for the birds
NSF grant funds University of Nevada, Reno research, expeditions, education about birds and urbanization
New STEM education program to increase participation for Hispanic students
University of Nevada, Reno leads effort to increase workforce in life sciences for Nevada industries
College of Science talks Diversity, Space, Superstrings, HIV
Discover Science Lecture Series begins its seventh year at Nevada
Split-brain fruit fly research gives insight into autism
University of Nevada, Reno neuroscientists find clues in genetic studies
InNEVenture Fund enters second year of ramping up ideas and technologies for commercialization
Early-stage proof-of-concept funding applications now open for Nevada Research and Innovation Corporation program
NevadaFIT: Freshman Intensive Transition boot camp begins Saturday, Aug. 19
Nearly 1,450 incoming freshman to participate in program designed to increase college success
Drilling to begin in University’s Great Basin geothermal exploration project
College of Science receives $1.5 million from DOE for Phase III of project to find “blind” systems
Social event of the (solar) season: Nevada prepares for eclipse
University of Nevada, Reno’s Fleischmann Planetarium is excited for upcoming solar eclipse
University collaboration leads HIL Applied Medical to name Reno as North American headquarters
Win-win-win: Nevada Terawatt Facility hosts research, Israeli-based company invests in equipment and proton-therapy advances for cancer treatment
Fourth Annual Reno Mini Maker Faire scheduled for July 8 at Idlewild Park
Greatest Show (& Tell) on Earth unites engineers, artists, scientists, crafters to share their hobbies, experiments and projects
Gov. Sandoval signs, seals and now University to deliver a new Engineering Building
A day of firsts –Nevada governor the first governor to arrive in an autonomous vehicle to the University’s first bill signing
AlertTahoe fire camera network readies for robust fire season, adds cameras
Nevada Seismological Lab system helps firefighters respond to wildfires with mountaintop monitoring
Meet more of the University's student and faculty Regents’ award winners
University honorees receive Teaching Award, Academic Advising Awards and Student Scholar Awards; in addition to Regents' Researcher and Rising Researcher of the Year
Herpetologist Harry Greene to close Discover Science Lecture Series
The award-winning author and professor will discuss how natural history influences values
Symposium highlights research, creative, scholarly activity by undergraduate students
Undergraduate Research develops resources to further facilitate students in pursuit of research in various fields
University's third annual "Day at the Museum" promises learning, fun
The event will feature 11 museums covering diverse interests from astronomy to art
Scientific community buzzing about work of Anne Leonard and Felicity Muth
The biology professor and researcher have been making waves with their work on bees
Discover Science Lecture Series to wrap up with snake expert
Celebrated herpetologist and rewilding proponent Harry W. Green will talk snakes and returning developed land to its natural state
The University invites you to a 'Day at the Museum'
11 museums covering a range of interests will participate in the campus-wide event
Wonder of the Mekong: Billions of fish migrate across Cambodia each year
University of Nevada, Reno teams with international agencies to study fish migration in Tonle Sap River
Prepare for lift off with planetary scientist and Saturn expert Carolyn Porco
Discover Science Lecture Series takes a spin through the solar system on March 16
Neurobiologist and philosopher conduct ‘smelly’ research
Seed-grants support creative, interdisciplinary research such as effort to explain why smell plays such a key role in life
Biology professor is elected a fellow of the Animal Behavior Society
Vladimir Pravosudov has spent his career studying behavior and cognition in small birds
University biologist aids research on carnivorous plants
David Alvarez-Ponce is a contributor to a new paper that explores the evolution of the cephalotus plant
Climate change increases lethal dehydration risk in desert songbirds
College of Science-led multi-institution study focuses on southwest United States
Mekong River biodiversity, ecosystem initiative launches in Cambodia
College of Science's Global Water Center team begins work to conserve one of world’s largest rivers
Fly expert to explain mystery of why swatting flies is tough
Michael Dickinson, will speak as part of the University of Nevada, Reno’s Discover Science Lecture Series
From the University of Nevada, Reno to the moon
Sid Pathak and his students’ work on carbon nanotubes will soon grace the lunar surface
New Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology faculty geologist
Andrew Zuza will study the unique history of Nevada’s geology, tectonics and crustal deformation
University scientists unite to study biodiversity with help of NSF grant
The five-year grant will fund research on interactions between insects, microbes and their environment
Ambitious, University-led effort explores mobility technologies
Coalition of partners launches Intelligent Mobility to develop and test solutions for safe, clean and efficient transportation in Reno-Sparks-Carson ‘Living Lab’
Neuroscientist and bioengineer to speak about aerodynamic feats of fruit flies
Michael Dickinson to present Feb. 16 in free Discover Science Lecture Series at University of Nevada, Reno
Meet the Geothermal Energy Center’s new director
Bridget Ayling took over the director position at the GBCGE last spring
Hawthorne, Nev. hit by three magnitude 5.5 to 5.7 earthquakes
University of Nevada, Reno seismologists work with other agencies to monitor, respond to events
What Namibia can teach us
University of Nevada, Reno associate professor Jill Heaton's work in the southern African nation benefits students both there and here
New Mekong River initiative will highlight values of biodiversity, ecosystems
University’s Global Water Center builds team to conserve one of world’s largest rivers
Leader in scientific research, Francis L. Macrina, comes to campus Dec. 1
Evening presentation will explore the evolution of science and how research conduct has made a significant impact on the world around us
AlertTahoe fire camera system helps firefighters respond to catastrophic wildfires
University’s partnership with Tahoe Prosperity Center expands mountaintop monitoring
History of periodic table, relation to quantum physics topic of public lecture
Eric Scerri to speak Nov. 10 at Discover Science Lecture Series at University of Nevada, Reno
Will cell phones change the way we look at the universe?
Astronomer, Astrobiology Ambassador Derrick Pitts to speak at College of Science lecture series Oct. 13
Monster Fish leave Reno, invade Chattanooga, Tenn
National Geographic exhibition featuring the work of University of Nevada, Reno researcher Zeb Hogan opens at the Tennessee Aquarium
Register now for the Oct. 20 Great Nevada ShakeOut public earthquake drill
University’s seismological lab uses drill to help Nevadans learn, prepare for earthquakes
Biologists identify evolving new bird species in southern Idaho using genomics
University of Nevada, Reno and University of Wyoming team up to trace coevolution of trees and birds
Astronomer, Astrobiology Ambassador Derrick Pitts to speak at lecture series
Next speaker in the Discover Science Lecture Series Oct. 13 at University of Nevada, Reno
Felicity Muth gets distinguished AAUW Award
Grant to help further her bee behavior research in Anne Leonard Lab
20th anniversary of Tahoe Summit a time to celebrate and look ahead
President Barack Obama praises Nevada Sen. Reid for saving Lake Tahoe
NevadaFIT: Freshman Intensive Transition boot camp begins Sunday, Aug. 21
More than 1,000 incoming freshman to participate in program designed to increase college success
USGS awards $3.7 million for ShakeAlert Earthquake Early Warning System
Nevada Seismological Lab to initially integrate eastern California within the Tahoe-Truckee corridor
World’s water ecology, ecosystem issues addressed by new Global Water Center
New University collaboration approved by the Nevada System of Higher Education Board of Regents
Mountaintop cameras part of BLM firefighting arsenal as 10,000 acres an hour burned
Fire camera system built and maintained by University of Nevada, Reno Seismological Lab
Nevada Scholars Signing Days celebrate 8 years
The University includes 50 National Merit Scholarship Finalists and 300 Presidential Scholars - and growing
Tibbitts 2016 Award winners: Two disciplines, two human-based approaches
Don Hardy in English and Sarah Cummings in Chemistry, the University's finest teachers for 2016, share many common traits
Magnitude 3.9 one of 300 earthquakes near Gerlach, Nevada
Nevada Seismological Lab in College of Science continues to monitor seismic activity
University places First overall at Intercollegiate Mining Competition
Mackay School of Earth Sciences and Engineering students compete in a variety of events
Emily Weissgerber named University’s Spring 2016 Herz Gold Medalist
Biology student earns top grade-point average, plans for a career in healthcare
A 'Day at the Museum' to open campus' treasures to public
Annual 'Day at the Museum' event to open 11 Museum District locations to the community
Earthquake scientists convene in Reno for premiere annual convention
Seismological Society of America’s annual meeting to address latest earthquake research
Hubble telescope director reveals passion for astronomy, exploring universe
Robert Williams is next speaker for the Discover Science Lecture Series, April 21
Students to talk about experiencing 7.3 Nepal aftershock, field studies
Two grad students and professor studied seismic effects of devastating, deadly earthquake
Global experts to inform region on economic recovery after devastating earthquakes
Earthquake Economic Resiliency Forum for public, economic leaders and disaster officials
Hubble Telescope project director to talk on searching for the ends of the universe
Robert Williams next speaker in the Discover Science Lecture Series April 21 at University of Nevada, Reno
University takes 2nd place at National Mine Team Competition
Students compete against other top schools by engaging in real world engineering problems
Emergency responders to learn about, explore uses of unmanned autonomous vehicles
Symposium on UAS applications for search and rescue hosted by University of Nevada, Reno
University program designed to address qualified math, science teacher shortage
NevadaTeach offers STEM majors interested in secondary education a dual degree, without added cost or time, ensuring practiced teachers enter the classroom
Ethnobotanist to talk on search for plants that may lead to disease cures
Paul Alan Cox next speaker in the Discover Science Lecture Series March 10
College of Science cartographers receive awards at state GIS conference
Cartographers and GIS Specialists recognized for their work on two maps
Emergency responders can register to learn about, explore uses of autonomous vehicles
Registration open now for symposium on drone and robotic applications for search and rescue
Author, adventurer David Quammen to talk on scary viruses that plague the world
Next speaker in the Discover Science Lecture Series Feb. 4 at Davidson Mathematics and Science Center
University researchers uncover new findings about bees and memory
Project in the College of Science Leonard Lab funded through National Science Foundation
Three of the craziest Monster Fish caught in 2015 featured on Nat Geo WILD
Zeb Hogan, University of Nevada, Reno biologist hosts new season of popular Monster Fish series
Thousands of 2015 Nevada Earthquakes
University of Nevada, Reno earthquake expertise spans the globe
Top Stories of 2015
A list of the most-visited Nevada Today stories of 2015
The beauty of Nevada on full display in 2016 Nevada Geology Calendar
Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology’s new calendar includes geological images and information on Nevada’s scenic wonders
Rare, freshwater monster fish caught in Cambodia
What was really incredible is that I happened to be visiting at the time of the catch. It's a one-in-a-million opportunity.
University Biologist and National Geographic Explorer Zeb Hogan on hand to tag and release Giant Mekong Catfish
Zeb Hogan’s work comes to life at The Discovery museum
National Geographic’s Monster Fish traveling exhibition visits Reno
University to host 12th Annual Student World Water Forum
Key water issues explored through student presentations and panel discussions
Grand Canyon expert Karl Karlstrom to talk on origins of natural wonder of world
Next speaker in the Discover Science Lecture Series at University of Nevada, Reno
Community helps University track bird of prey habitats in Reno Hawk Project
College of Science grad student continues to lead team on hawk sighting adventures
Autonomous car finishes record-setting trip in Mexico
University of Nevada, Reno math professor, researcher successfully rides from Nogales to Mexico City
Discover Nevada’s geology in annual College of Science open house
Public invited to have fun while learning with experts in two-night adventure at Great Basin Science and Sample Records Library
College of Science geologists to show signs of local volcano, glacier and quake activity
Nevada Bureau of Mines and Geology to lead community on Earth Science Week field trip Oct. 17-18
The Block ‘N’ goes downtown: University Innevation Center opens
University of Nevada, Reno Innevation Center, ‘Powered by Switch,’ will propel innovation, economic impact
Great Nevada Earthquake occurred 100 years ago in Pleasant Valley
College of Science to hold talk and field trip Oct. 3 to commemorate Nevada’s largest earthquake
Tahoe Science Conference highlights a decade of research in the Lake Tahoe Basin
Conference encouraging open discussion of Tahoe’s environment now in its final year
Foundation Professor Scott Tyler named Fellow of American Geophysical Union
Recognized for advancements in environmental processes through novel measurement, theory and international collaboration
A catastrophic fire could undo decades of protecting Lake Tahoe
College of Science 24/7 fire monitoring camera system unveiled at annual Tahoe Summit
Earthquake activity in far northwest Nevada continues
College of Science's Nevada Seismological Laboratory monitors the year-long earthquake swarms
Electrofishing project provides fish fillets to local charity
University of Nevada, Reno invasive fish removal project at Lake Tahoe continues
New science-based roadmap to protect Lake Tahoe from aquatic invaders
University of Nevada, Reno teams with agencies in private-public partnership to preserve ecosystem
Forging new geothermal resources through research
U.S. Department of Energy project calls on University expertise in geologic modeling and geothermal exploration
Fire-spotting camera system installed on Great Basin mountain peaks
Bureau of Land Management and University of Nevada, Reno team up to protect rangeland and forests
University provides opportunities for students during NASA Rover Challenge
Fleischmann Planetarium and Science Center helps students from Academy of Arts, Careers and Technology design and construct space rover for competition
AlertTahoe fire camera network tracks Washington Fire, seeks crowd sourcing and monitoring
University of Nevada, Reno's Seismo Lab building comprehensive system to cover region with fire-spotting technology
Separating five facts from earthquake fiction in “San Andreas,” the movie
College of Science seismological lab director offers science-grounded view of Hollywood disaster film
Foundation Professor Steve Wesnousky in Himalayas studying earthquake fault
College of Science team searching for geophysical clues south of Kathmandu
Goldwater Scholarship awarded to University sophomore for neuroscience research
Josh Regalado receives a scholarship to pursue research at the University of Nevada, Reno in biological processes
University honors 2015 Spring Senior Scholar recipients
Colleges recognize students with top grade-point average at banquet May 13
Earthquake scientists go to Himalayas for seismic research
University of Nevada, Reno team to continue ongoing research south of Kathmandu, Nepal
Zeb Hogan, researcher and Monster Fish expert, to talk about big fish
University of Nevada, Reno College of Science’s Discover Science lecture May 7
NevadaTeach set to make significant impact on secondary STEM education
University cross-college collaboration, active student recruitment and support, compact and flexible degree plans, and early and intensive field teaching experience set this national UTeach program apart as the gold standard in secondary STEM education
Conglomeration of arts, sciences, history at University’s Day at the Museum
Consortium of 12 museums on and near the University of Nevada, Reno hosts May 2 event
Monster Fish expert Zeb Hogan to talk about big fish
University of Nevada, Reno College of Science’s Discover Science lecture May 7
Governor calls on University drought experts
As appointees to the Nevada Drought Forum, Doug Boyle and Mark Walker will help set the course to water sustainability for Nevada
University research informs public, agencies on drought response
From historic role to today’s rangeland, soil, forest, water and megadrought expertise, faculty members help Nevada, western U.S.
Toxicology and genetics laboratory finding success with the help of University graduates
Reno company provides cutting edge clinical toxicology and pharmacogenetics testing to health care providers across the nation
Monster fish, indicator of ecosystem health, face extinction crisis
A decade of discovery by College of Science researcher Zeb Hogan shows big fish disappearing
Mackay Mine Design Team competes in international competition
College of Science team uses experience to look ahead toward next year’s event