SOUTHERN NEVADA IS UNIQUE, AND SO IS THE SCIENCE THAT HAPPENS HERE. THE LAS VEGAS SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY FESTIVAL makes science fun, accessible and engaging, and it highlights the great science taking place right here in our own community.
The Clark County Wetlands Park provides lush habitats for over 300 species of plants and animals while improving the quality of our water supply.
Explore the Ice Age Mammoths, lions and camels once roamed along wetlands just north of what is now known as Las Vegas, Nevada. Their history is preserved at Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument and is ready to be discovered.
Experience the wonder and tragedy of the world’s most famous ocean-liner, Titanic. Viewed by more than 25 million people worldwide, the Exhibition is one of the highest attended in history.
For young women only! An introduction to engineering including lessons, hands-on activities, and mentoring from professional female engineers, university faculty, alumni, and current engineering students.
This summer camp will introduce basic knowledge of manufacturing engineering, including metrology, heat treatment, metal forming, metal machining, casting, CNC and more. Campers will get a chance to operate machines such as metrology equipment, manual lathes, mills, CNC mills and CNC lathes.
Each summer, the College of Engineering and Northern Nevada MESA (Mathematics, Engineering, Science Achievement) offer a free introductory engineering camp, available to students who will go on to be the first person in their family to attend college.
The Mission of The Las Vegas Natural History Museum To inspire, through educational exhibits and programs, a better understanding and appreciation of the natural world, the sciences, and ourselves.
The Nevada State Museum engages diverse audiences in understanding and celebrating Nevada’s natural and cultural heritage.
NDOW OUTDOOR EDUCATION PROGRAMS NDOW's mission: "Connecting people to wildlife in a positive way."