The National Atomic Testing Museum hopes to use a $1 million matching grant from the state to move to a larger space in downtown Las Vegas.
A six-month pilot program is aimed at creating a smart lighting network and reducing energy use in downtown Las Vegas.
A new city of Las Vegas partnership with the Boston-based tech company Soofa is helping take the guesswork out of public transportation downtown, with a little help from the Southern Nevada sun.
As the city works towards a courtyard setup where homeless people can access a range of services, officials also are testing cameras that will show whether the new facilities are putting a dent in the high number of Las Vegans who live on the streets.
Michael Sherwood wants to make sure the need for new technology in the Las Vegas’ Innovation District is data driven before before the city doubles down. “We’re using these technologies and testing them before going out and making a large investment,” said Sherwood, the city’s Chief Innovation Officer.
If licensing proceedings for the proposed high-level nuclear waste repository in Nevada’s Nye County, arguments will be based on arcane computer models of what might or might not happen over a million years.
For now, state Department of Wildlife will await further reports on the presence of the South American flesh-eaters.
State wildlife officials to test carcass recovered at one of the ponds at Veterans Memorial Park to confirm whether it is in fact the flesh-eating predator from South America.
It takes a great deal of infrastructure, energy and engineering to get drinking and bathing water through 6,500 miles of pipelines and dozens of reservoirs to the farthest reaches of the Las Vegas Valley’s water system.
The Department of Energy’s Yucca Mountain program was defunded and dismantled under President Barack Obama, leaving only a handful of scientists from the hundreds who once worked on the project.