To build a strong STEM workforce in Nevada, Nevada Gold Mines and Nevada Robotics are bringing STEM Education to schools across the state. Continue Reading Nevada Gold Mines Supports DRI’s Nevada Robotics STEM Education Programs
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Join us on Sunday, October 23 at 7 p.m. at Patagonia Outlet (130 S. Center St., Reno, NV 89501) for our Science Distilled “Witness to a Changing Landscape.” Continue Reading Science Distilled – Witness to a Changing Landscape
Scientists presented a new system, the SeqCode, that could help microbiologists effectively categorize and communicate about microorganisms. Continue Reading Scientists Unveil New System for Naming Majority of the World’s Microorganisms
The continuation of life for the Wá∙šiw is based around plants like hímu. With it, they can help us understand our problems. Continue Reading Restoring our relationship with hímu (willow) requires human interaction rather than protection
New study examines impacts of three desert landscaping strategies on urban irrigation and air temperatures
A team of scientists from DRI, Arizona State University (ASU), and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV), examined the irrigation water requirements of three common types of urban landscapes. Continue Reading New study examines impacts of three desert landscaping strategies on urban irrigation and air temperatures
Growing numbers of Native American households in Nevada face plumbing poverty, water quality problems
A growing number of Native American households in Nevada have no access to indoor plumbing, a condition known as “plumbing poverty,” according to a new study. Continue Reading Growing numbers of Native American households in Nevada face plumbing poverty, water quality problems
Save Red Rock is partnering with DRI to fund a cloud seeding program which will augment precipitation in the Spring Mountains, helping to replenish the aquifers within the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area. Continue Reading Save Red Rock Partners with DRI to “Make it Rain” in Red Rock Canyon
The largest wildfires developed because they responded to high-wind events and preceding dryness more strongly than the other wildfires. Continue Reading The making of a megafire: Study explores why some wildfires grow fast and furious
Today, August 17, 2022, we were also notified of an individual on our Reno campus who received a positive test for the coronavirus (COVID-19) yesterday. This individual was last on DRI’s Reno campus on Monday, August 15, 2022 in the GBERL, Maxey and CRVB buildings. Continue Reading Clery Notice: Confirmed Positive Case of Coronavirus on DRI’s Reno Campus August 17
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