Blue light glasses for preventing eye strain: just a fad, or do they really work?
By Karlie Drew and Michelle Werdann
A polar sea squirt produces a chemical that has demonstrated success in fighting certain cancer cells. Reno scientists are unzipping its DNA to find out why.
Are you a scientist or a writer? An artist or a physicist? If you’ve ever been asked a question like that, you might have a future as a science communicator.
On October 1st, first year medical students begin dissecting the human cadavers housed at the Pennington Health Sciences gross anatomy lab at UNR. Lab manager Lindsay Pisani gives us a tour and talks us through what has changed for the gross anatomy course since the start of the pandemic.