Technology Commercialization

  • LVRJ; Gaming Innovation Course helping to create new gaming

    LVRJ; Gaming Innovation Course helping to create new gaming

    Gaming designers aren’t born, they’re made.No one grows up dreaming of inventing the next hot casino game, says UNLV professor Mark Yoseloff, and in that way, all adults are new to the business.Yoseloff,...

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  • Las Vegas Review Journal; UNLV’s No. 2 finish in solar homebuilding competition deemed ‘remarkable’

    Las Vegas Review Journal; UNLV’s No. 2 finish in solar homebuilding competition deemed ‘remarkable’

    University of Nevada, Las Vegas’ entry into its first-ever design-build competition was a success, judging by the public’s reaction and the judges’.Team Las Vegas’ DesertSol vacation home took second...

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  • Las Vegas Review Journal;Battle Born Venture Program seen as catalyst to mobilize private investment

    Las Vegas Review Journal;Battle Born Venture Program seen as catalyst to mobilize private investment

    With $5 million to invest, it’s not the largest venture program, but Nevada economic development officials expect the Battle Born Venture Program to serve as a vehicle to mobilize private investment in startup companies...

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  • GOED ANNOUNCES ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR KNOWLEDGE FUND

    GOED ANNOUNCES ADVISORY COUNCIL FOR KNOWLEDGE FUND

    LAS VEGAS, N.V. (Aug. 13, 2013) – Today, the Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) announced the initial members of the Knowledge Fund Advisory Council.  The Knowledge Fund is a $10 million budget...

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The Nevada Governor’s Office of Economic Development (GOED) is leading an initiative to make technology commercialization a high priority in Nevada. A state’s competitiveness hinges on its long-term productivity – and technological innovation is the most important factor of production. Learn more about technology commercialization and innovation in Nevada


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