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New technologies offer a way for facility managers to make objective decisions based on real, not perceived, needs. Sensor-based technology can measure the actual occupancy of a space, provide actionable data that can reduce wasted real estate and save money.

How upfront philanthropy could provide debt relief for island nations and unlock $1.6 billion for ocean conservation.

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Faculty members in the College of Liberal Arts earn a number of University, College and community awards along with fellowships and endowments

By Richard Hayes, MD, Great Basin Orthopaedics Some of us have genetically flat feet without much arch. We may wear arch supports or custom orthotics to improve our comfort when walking. However, there is a difference between a low arch or mildly flattened foot shape and what orthopaedists call acquired flatfoot deformity, or posterior tibial tendon dysfunction (PTTD). PTTD is one of the most common problems of the foot and ankle I see.

UPDATE: Authorities looking for a 15-year-old girl who vanished with two murder suspects have found their car in San Diego near the Mexican border.

The world watched in heartbreaking horror as the Notre-Dame Cathedral in Paris was on fire. Crowds stood together in the streets while coverage from cell phones and news stations flooded social media. However, one good item to note is the fire protection system in this iconic cathedral worked as it should and there was no loss of life.

A bill that would ban child marriages in Nevada has inched one step closer to becoming law.

These prestigious awards from the National Science Foundation benefit research opportunities for new faculty

Learn about the mineral sylvite on this week's episode of Mineral Monday

listed as headliners are War and Berlin, bands that had a lot of time on the radio in the 1970s and ‘80s and in movie soundtracks ever since
Dwight, who has played the festival more than 15 years in a row, is cool with the mix of styles.
“I know some people trip out about the blues purity thing but I am not one of those people who gets hung up on ‘it should all be blues,’” he said last year.
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April 06--MACKAY, Queensland, Australia — One Australian airline helped make the dreams of a young woman with Down syndrome come true. According to Fox News, video of Georgia Knoll, 25, acting like a “bona fide flight attendant” went viral last November after her sister, Kathryn, posted it on Facebook. Video shows Knoll hitting all the major marks great in-flight customer service; she ...

Is memory loss and decreased brain power inevitable as we age? Many people in their 40s, 50s and beyond are told that it is and there is nothing that can be done about it. Is that true? Of course not

On Display one day only; April 18 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the Mathewson-IGT Knowledge Center Leonard Room

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University joins with DRI and UNLV to announce new Tesla-supported programs to advance STEM interest and education

Don't get caught making 4 common security mistakes, keep your building, its assets, and your occupants secure with these tips.

There is no reason to rehash reasons Nevada should do what nearly 20 states have done: cap interest rates payday lenders can charge so as to run the bad actors out of the state. Your Nevada Legislature certainly didn’t think there was any need to rehash the issue. On the contrary, Assembly Commerce and Labor… Continue Reading The magnificent cowardice of Nevada elected officials

We hate to generalize, but guys, you’re not going to the dentist as much as you should. According to the Centers for Disease Control, fewer men than women see a dentist at least once a year. Some studies suggest men tend to visit only when something needs attention or they have pain. Women on the …

If you're having a rough day, one way to help turn that frown upside down may be as simple as doing just that. A new study reveals that smiling actually makes people feel happier.

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Headed to the BOMA International Conference & Expo this June? A longtime attendee shares his best practices when navigating and networking on the show floor.

The pike that ate an eagle. A cod that barfs up black ducks. And other true fish stories.

Friday marked deadline day at the Nevada Legislature, meaning any bills that did not pass out of their first committee by the stroke of midnight are dead.