high-tech manufacturing

The Fourth Industrial Revolution can be described as a fundamental shift in production, consumption, and human interaction in general.


Who will light the spark that propels you and your classmates out to the atmosphere like July firecrackers ready to create fantastic multi-colored lights glowing in all different directions? 

When I think about Science, Technology, Engineering and Math, an image of a firecracker and a extraordinary show comes to mind.

Why a firecracker and fireworks show? It comes down to what it takes to make an amazing and brilliant spectacle possible.

The package needs to be created – a compact powder of many colorful and diverse chemicals— you and your classmates


Aerospace, fishing nets, cradles and space pens, Robots, and vitamins, and miniature drone wings, BBQ grills and auto-pitching machines, These are a few of my favorite things!


October 7 is National Manufacturing Day, putting STEM careers in focus 


Governor Brian Sandoval today signed a Proclamation declaring the 2016–2017 school year the Year of STEM education in Nevada at Sparks High School.


This past February, the Governor's Office of Science, Innovation and Technology (OSIT) announced $626,000 in STEM Workforce Challenge Grants to be awarded in 2016.


Nevada is facing a shortage of skilled workers, especially in industries that require proficiency in science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).


There are many jobs that require skills in the areas of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM).