Hyperloop is considered the fifth mode of transportation by billionaire engineer and entrepreneur Elon Musk. This is the moon-shot scenario of land transportation to move people and goods quicker than they ever have before at 700 mph.
The Regional Transportation Commission of Southern Nevada (RTC) has been continuously challenged to develop new public transportation systems for a growing population of 42 million tourists and 2.1 million residents.
Valley Electric Association has been innovating new technologies in Southern Nevada for more than 50 years.
Advanced Technologies Academy, the Las Vegas magnet high school allows students to focus their learning on a particular field of study, while also completing high-level course work that prepares them for postsecondary success.
The National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, a Reno-based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, seeks to improve the lives of families and children involved with the family and juvenile justice system by providing judges, courts and related agencies with the appropriate knowledge and skills.
RedFlint is an extension of the University of Phoenix, but it is far from your typical university. Located at 300 S. Fourth Street in downtown Las Vegas, the facility has an open-door policy that encourages intellectual collaboration and exchange of ideas. To accomplish its goal, RedFlint features a rotating showcase of technologies that are designed to inspire entrepreneurs and demonstrate the ways that technology can help enhance and advance their business.
The WVC is a Las Vegas-based 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that has been providing comprehensive, progressive and practical continuing education to veterinary professionals since 1928. Prior to their name change in 2014, the WVC was known as the Western Veterinary Conference. Since that time the group has expanded its physical presence and extended surgical training to medical doctors across the globe.
Students at Valley High School who want to talk to a licensed therapist about personal challenges they are facing such as self‐esteem issues, relationship problems, bullying, depression, alcohol and drugs and suicide prevention have an on-site wellness center to visit courtesy of United Citizens Foundation.
Institutions such as Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada are becoming destinations for out-of-staters seeking medical care, lessening the punchline power of the jocular question on where to go if you live in Nevada and need health care.