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Company Overview of University of Nevada, Reno

Company Overview

University of Nevada, Reno (UNR) is an educational institute. The university offers undergraduate and graduate programs in accounting, agricultural and applied economics, anthropology, biotechnology, engineering, criminal justice, English, environmental policy analysis, marketing, journalism, and music. UNR was founded in 1874 and is based in Reno, Nevada.

1664 North Virginia Street

Reno, NV 89557-0042

United States

Founded in 1874



Key Executives for University of Nevada, Reno

Assistant to the President
Interim Vice President of Research and Dean of the Graduate School
Executive Vice President and Provost
Vice President of Health Sciences and Dean of the Medical School
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.

University of Nevada, Reno Key Developments

Hamilton Company and University Collaborate for Robotic Biochemistry Research

Students and faculty at the University of Nevada, Reno will soon be exploring new robotic innovations and accessing laboratory automation systems in a collaboration with the Hamilton Company. The University's College of Agriculture, Biotechnology and Natural Resources is providing laboratory space in the Howard Medical Sciences building for several automated liquid handling stations, where Hamilton aims to develop new cell-based, protein-based and nucleic acid-based applications for their workstations. Students and faculty will be trained to use the high-throughput, accurate and complex instruments, which use precision robotic arms to automate a wide range of laboratory tasks. Hamilton will train faculty researchers, post-doctoral students, and undergraduate and graduate students in the operation and programming of the robotic workstations. The workstations in the Hamilton Center for Laboratory Automation will perform tasks in minutes that would take technicians hours or even days to complete, without the risk of human error associated with repetitive and tedious motions. The instruments are most commonly used for the isolation, extraction, normalization, amplification, purification, cloning and analysis of nucleic acids (DNA or RNA) for all types of biological materials, including blood, bacteria cultures, cells, tissue and plants. The liquid handling stations will be installed in the biochemistry section of the Howard Medical Sciences Building and has been integrated into the undergraduate curriculum.

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