Bottlenose dolphins always look like they’re smiling, but the grins on the ones at The Mirage now come with certification.
Astronaut Peggy Whitson broke the U.S. record Monday for most time in space and talked up Mars during a congratulatory call from President Donald Trump.
Hundreds of people wearing science-themed clothing and carrying pro-Earth picket signs took part in the March for Science in downtown Las Vegas on Saturday morning.
Like the first “Star Wars” film, last year’s May Science be With You event at the Desert Research Institute and National Atomic Testing Museum has a sequel.
For now, state Department of Wildlife will await further reports on the presence of the South American flesh-eaters.
Tesla Inc. founder and chief executive Elon Musk said his latest company, Neuralink Corp., is working to link the human brain with a machine interface by creating micron-sized devices.
The Science March, held on Earth Day, is expected to draw tens of thousands of people to the Mall, and satellite marches have been planned in more than 400 cities on six continents.
“The internet has become a necessity in today’s society, and no Nevadan should be without access, regardless of where they live,” U.S. Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto said during a speech to the joint session of the Nevada Legislature Thursday night.
“Screw Nevada Two.” That’s how Nevada’s chief critic of the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste project views legislation that will be discussed next week in a House Energy and Commerce subcommittee titled the “Nuclear Waste Policy Amendments Act of 2017.”
It may not be quite like the Jetsons, but for over a million dollars you too can soon fly around in a car.