Team Jirachi takes home $1,500 prize for ‘The Climbin’ Buddy,’ helping make rock climbing more accessible for the visually impaired
The E.L. Cord Foundation Center for Learning and Literacy at the University incorporates robotics into its multimodal literacy framework to facilitate academic success.
Through the creation of jobs and internships, (ABTC is) giving new experiences to our students and contributing to the preparedness and diversity of our future scientists and the nation."
Campus-based American Battery Technology Company is one of the 20 manufacturing and processing companies receiving grant awards as part of Bipartisan Infrastructure Law
Student interns to explore STEAM career opportunities and learn how to become “makers” in the Makerspace
Team Starfruit takes home $1000 check prize for their invention that helps address wildfire crisis
University faculty and student mentors work with young team to build robotics skills, confidence and literacy
With support from Tesla and EDAWN, unique University facility for robotics-based education and competition teams will strengthen the path to degrees, careers and workforce development
College of Education & Human Development’s Center for Learning and Literacy program builds robotics skills, confidence and literacy
Offering equipment, resources and support – plus its first ever Makerthon – this well-equipped space encourages creation and real-world learning
As lead mentor for this community-based robotics team, Kerry Thompson helps students develop important life-skills such as teamwork, communication and more
Southside Studio becomes home to robotics-based education and competition teams, strengthening the path to degrees and careers
At a critical moment for small technology-based businesses in our state, the Knowledge Fund has identified the SAGE program as an ideal partner to substantially improve small technology-based businesses’ access to federal SBIR and STTR grant opportunities."
GOED Knowledge Fund grant will connect technology companies statewide to federal Small Business Innovation research grants
The University’s downtown hub of entrepreneurialism and collaboration celebrates its 5th anniversary
Nevada Industry Excellence joins with collaborators to offer free certification program to prepare workers who have been laid-off for available jobs
With support from the Governor’s Office of Economic Development, University’s applied R&D center has drawn more than $43 million to Nevada and now welcomes 3 new businesses
The University’s 2020 Outstanding Researcher award recognizes the amazing discoveries, scientific contributions and career of Geoff Blewitt
A community network coordinated by the Innevation Center Makerspace has made more than 750 gowns to help meet the regional need for PPE
Regional innovation ecosystem supports international cohort of companies through Innevation Center-hosted bootcamp
COVID-19 response shows capability of flagship software product developed by Innevation Center member company
Researchers, faculty and staff respond to the call for resources and deploy makerspace resources to support our healthcare heroes
Nevada Industry Excellence’s new industry-led, economic initiative selected to receive Google.org Impact Challenge Nevada grant funding
Impact Challenge Nevada is under way: vote online by Nov. 26 for Nevada Industry Excellence or Nevada Small Business Development Center!
Innevation Center member-company achieves unmanned-aircraft-technology milestone, plus is named to CNBC’s Upstart 100 list
Two School of Medicine laboratories are University’s first to participate in program that helps deliver discoveries to the marketplace
As national public-television show hits the air and the Internet, the experiential, makerspace culture continues to take hold on the University of Nevada, Reno campus
SAGE, the Sierra Accelerator for Growth and Entrepreneurship, encourages small business development for innovation research and technology transfer
University Economic Development Association’s 2019 Annual Summit convenes in downtown Reno Sept. 29-Oct. 2; projected to draw 250 attendees
With a new director and nearly 200 jobs created, the University of Nevada, Reno Innevation Center—Powered By Switch looks ahead
His career studying and improving engineering of bridges now shifts to building connections to resources, opportunities, colleagues