Our interaction with the Las Vegas community involving radiochemical and nuclear issues is an important and valued component of our program.  News articles involving the UNLV Radiochemistry program are provided on this page. 

February 16, 2006 UNLV to Advance Nuclear Forensics Research as Part of National Consortium
June, 2009
UNLV Impacts
UNLV Among Select Group Researching Nuclear Energy
June 11, 2009
Las Vegas Citylife
Nuclear fallout: What the death of Yucca Mountain means for Nevada scientists
June 12, 2009
Las Vegas Sun

UNLV researchers have won more than $2.1 million from the Energy Department to lead four research projects related to nuclear technology.

April 27, 2009
Las Vegas Sun
Small beginnings, big hopes: Radiochemistry program spotlights promise of UNLV — as well as obstacles to progress
September 8, 2008
Chemical & Engineering News
Staying Alive: Despite a three-decade decline, a few universities keep nuclear and radiochemistry going
May 16, 2006
Professor Ken Czerwinski panel member on KNRP discussion on the changing views towards nuclear energy
April 5, 2006
National Academies
UNLV Radiochemistry researchers were committee members on a National Academies Panel evaluating radioactive tank waste cleanup at 3 Department of Energy Sites
March 6, 2006
Las Vegas Business Press
UNLV scientists work on nuclear waste reduction: program expands as DOE funds research to alleviate storage woe
November 2004
Las Vegas Sun
UNLV researchers tackle nuke waste:  School takes lead in study of transmutation
November 2004
Las Vegas Review Journal
Nuclear waste at center stage: Scientists discuss reprocessing and recycling


  last update: Sunday 12-Nov-2017