A new poll shows that 7 out of 10 of online adults who’ve heard of the scandal — revelations that a data mining firm might have accessed the private information of some 87 million Facebook users to influence elections — have unfollowed accounts, deleted their profiles or made other changes in how they use social media.
At a specialized lab, UNLV researchers use microscopic volcano debris to solve prehistoric mysteries.
A Nevada business is one of 14 in the U.S. to receive approval to operate drones for commercial use further than ever before.
Jason Steffen, a member of the Kepler Science Team and an associate professor of physics and astronomy at UNLV, will participate in a new NASA mission to study planets and stars beyond Earth’s solar system.
Divers at Devils Hole found fewer endangered pupfish than expected during their latest count.
When these caterpillars pitch their tents, spring has sprung in the Mojave Desert.
The Southern Nevada Water Authority offered tours Saturday at its new low-lake-level pumping station under construction at Lake Mead.
Voice-activated technology and better data analysis is giving the struggling radio industry something to cheer about.
The man in charge of Nevada’s drone test site gave a presentation at a trade show Thursday that was equal parts sales pitch and “scared straight” program.
Las Vegas is a place to experiment with building shapes and virtual realtiy, experts say at NAB