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3/5: Las Vegas Macintosh User Group 3/5: PHP Vegas Meetup 3/12: .Net Meetup 3/12: 3D Printing Meetup 3/12: Las Vegas iOS Developers Meetup 3/12: Pluralsight Meetup Group 3/12: Las Vegas SEO Social Media & Digital Marketing Group 3/12: Unity 3D Meetup Interested in having a Meetup at Rob Roy’s Innevation Center? Email us at events@innevation.com

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A new AI prototype could transform how earthquake aftermaths are managed, by predicting the safest routes that families can take to find their loved ones. The idea first emerged in the ImpactHub Istanbul, a social innovation centre in a city where a future earthquake is all but inevitable. The last time a devastating earthquake had struck Turkey was in 1999, around 150-200 kilometers from Istanbul. Official records put the death toll at 18,373 people.  Scientists believe that the next

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A group of researchers from Canada has developed a ‘handheld 3D printer’ that has the ability to print new skin cells on severe burn injuries that are too extensive to be treated with conventional skin grafting. The prototype of the device has been successfully tested and the results of the experiment were recently reported in the IOP publishing journal Biofabrication. Senior author and professor Axel Gunther, from the University of Toronto, said: “Skin grafts, where the

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Green Our Planet’s School Garden Programs Win Coveted STEMworks Accreditation The nonprofit now runs the only STEM-accredited school garden programs in the U.S. (STEM = science, technology, engineering, math) LAS VEGAS, February 11, 2020— Green Our Planet’s outdoor and hydroponics school garden programs recently won STEM accreditation by STEMworks, which means that the Las Vegas-based nonprofit now runs the only STEMworks accredited school garden and hydroponics programs in the country. In the world of STEM teaching, winning a STEMworks accreditation

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NASA  has awarded Maxar an estimated $142 million contract to demonstrate in-orbit spacecraft refueling and assembly of new components using a custom robotic platform in space. The space infrastructure dexterous robot, or SPIDER, program will be part of NASA’s Restore-L mission to demonstrate automation of proposed orbital tasks like reconfiguring or repairing a satellite or manufacturing new components from scratch. The first thing the Restore-L spacecraft will do is show that it can synchronize with, capture, connect with

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Las Vegas Sands’ Sands Cares Accelerator Program recently announced the addition of Innevation Member Green Our Planet as the newest member of their three-year nonprofit mentorship program designed to help fast-track rising star organizations on the tipping point of making a leap in community impact. Sands, through The Accelerator Program, creates long-term relationships with nonprofits via extended funding, structured guidance and customized support rarely found with typical corporate-nonprofit engagements. Green Our Planet (GoP) helps schools

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2/4: International Game Developers Meetup 2/4: Las Vegas Women Entrepreneur Meetup 2/4: Nevada Aerospace Professionals Meetup 2/6: Ansible Las Vegas Meetup 2/6: Las Vegas Macintosh User Group 2/6: Nevada Network Engineer Meetup 2/6: PHP Vegas Meetup 2/13: .Net Meetup 2/13: 3D Printing Meetup 2/13: iOS Developers Meetup 2/13: Las Vegas SEO Social Media & Digital Marketing Group 2/13: Pluralsight Meetup Group 2/13: Unity 3D Meetup 2/18: Las Vegas Bloggers Meetup 2/18: Unreal Engine 4 Meetup 2/18: Vegas Inventors Meetup 2/20:

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With Google dominating the search engine space, you may be wondering why we need another search engine. However, giving the well-known privacy issues with Google and a couple of other major search engines like Bing and Yahoo, people are beginning to look for alternative search engines especially the ones that support their causes. Ekoru.org is a new search engine that aims to help save our oceans by addressing two key problems, plastic pollution and CO2 levels.

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Mojo Vision promises a 14,000 ppi display on your eye A new Silicon Valley startup is trying to build the “world’s first true smart contact lens,” putting a screen right against your eye that can enhance your vision of the world. The startup, Mojo Vision, showed off a very early prototype in meetings at CES last week and is now ready to start talking about the product’s development. Mojo Vision hopes to first create a

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A digital assistant that recognized emotions and responded to astronauts with empathy might vastly improve space missions that take months or years. Astronauts are among the most physiologically and psychologically fit individuals in the world. They are trained to keep calm even in life-threatening moments and can work with extreme focus over long periods of time. Nevertheless, living, working, and sleeping in confined spaces next to the same people for months or years at a

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