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Student Innovation in the Gaming Lab
In universities across the country, the notion of student-owned and -generated patents is fairly unique. But UNLV's Center for Gaming Innovation created an incubator for both undergraduate and graduate student ideas. The collaborative relationship demonstrates the university's dedication to protecting students' intellectual property while offering them a unique learning experience. The center is responsible for filing more than 40 patent applications—resulti
The stories below represent a handful of CGI's major success stories. The center, made possible by a grant from the Governor's Office of Economic Development, is part of UNLV's International Gaming Institute.
UNLV class brings student-developed ideas to the market at the Global Gaming Expo trade show.
In an only-in-Las Vegas program, UNLV students are constructing the future of casino games.
UNLV supercomputer helps gaming innovation students do the math and make the pitch for a new fantasy sports game.
Bobbie Barnes, a three-time UNLV graduate and director of the Boughner Career Services Center, offers tips for every stage of your career.
The biggest barrier is getting teachers and staff on board with new strategies in school discipline.
The 25-year-old triumph of two UNLV engineering professors and their quest to build the world’s largest flying disc.