Erin Reyes

Communications Coordinator

United States

Communications • Marketing • Copywriting • Editing
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Mobile Tech Digest
2020 Vision - Plan for the New Year and Beyond

Can you believe that a new decade is almost upon us? In just over a month, we will be leaving behind the entirety of the 2010s and everything that came with them.
Minnesota Universities Make U.S. News Best Colleges List

It's back to school for most of us, and that means one thing: school ratings are here. U.S. News just released its annual rankings of the best national colleges, and two Minnesota universities have scored coveted spots on the highly regarded list.
Neighborhood Feature: New Hope, MN

Located about 10 miles Northwest of Downtown Minneapolis, New Hope is a first-ring suburb that’s a great choice for those seeking large city convenience with small town comforts, where neighbors all know each other's names.
Press Release: RNR Realty Welcomes New Sales Manager

MINNEAPOLIS – RNR Realty International will be starting off the second quarter of 2016 with a new addition to the rapidly growing team. Nene Matey-Keke, RNR’s Owner and Principal Broker, announced today that Michael Nguyen will be joining the brokerage as Sales Manager, effective immediately.
Nene Matey-Keke Named Minneapolis Area 2014 REALTOR® of the Year |

Most companies share a common goal of ending the year better than where they started it. RNR Realty International can certainly say they have accomplished that in 2014. The company's principal broker and owner, Nene Matey-Keke, was recently named the Minneapolis Area Association of REALTORS® (MAAR) 2014 REALTOR® of the Year.
Twin Cities Housing Trends Projected through 2040

MINNEAPOLIS - Metropolitan areas around the nation are experiencing a demographic shift, and Minneapolis and St. Paul are no different. Arthur C. Nelson, the director of the Metropolitan Research Center at the University of Utah, shared his insights on this developing trend at the CURA Housing Forum held Monday, June 16 th at the University of Minnesota's Carlson School of Management.
The Do's & Don'ts of Being a Tourist in Paris

Ah, Paris - the City of Lights, Love and...tourists!? That's right, Paris is known for the hoards of tourists crowding the city sidewalks pretty much 24/7, any time of the year. But despite the millions of people that visit the city annually, there is still something magical about Paris...

CSST Celebrates Another Successful Summer

They sing, they dance, they play instruments - no, I'm not talking about the latest group of triple threats to audition on America's Got Talent; they're the newest crop of CSST students! CSST, the Cross-disciplinary Scholars in Science and Technology, is a ten-week program that brings together students from all over the globe to carry out their scientific research under the advisement of UCLA's world-class faculty.

Spheres (California NanoSystems Institute, UCLA)
Handling Nanomaterials Safely

Nanotechnology will continue to play a vital role in our scienti c practices of the future because of its advantageous physical properties that lead to the improved functionality of electronic devices. However, to ensure that nanotechnology remains a driving force for discovery and economic development for decades to come, the nanoscience and engineering community must play an active role in de ning and reducing possible risks associated with this important new technology.
UCLA research team granted $2 million from National Science Foundation

A team of UCLA scientists, including Principal Investigator Aydogan Ozcan and co-PI Dino Di Carlo, both members of the California NanoSystems Institute, were recently awarded a $2 million research grant for their work with a cell-phone based platform meant to fundamentally improve the ability to identify and diagnose influenza worldwide. Combining their respective research interests in imaging cytometry and microfluidics, the team will work to create a digital immunoassay system that is...
UCLA grad student receives prestigious HHMI research fellowship

Congratulations to Alon Greenbaum, a Ph.D. student in Aydogan Ozcan’s research group, who was recently selected by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute as one of 42 International Student Research Fellows. Greenbaum, who received his B.S. degree from Tel Aviv University in Israel, joins students from China, India, Argentina, Nigeria, and 14 other countries as a recipient of the 2013 HHMI award, worth $43,000 a year. Because federal fellowships and grants are usually reserved for U.S....