by John Dahlia, EDITOR:: Apr 19, 2017 The proverb “necessity is the mother of invention” has a more modern connection to High Tech Foundation Distinguished Scientist Thomas Owens in Fairmont. The ...
by John Dahlia, FAIRMONT NEWS EDITOR, Mar 30, 2017 FAIRMONT — Thousands of cars zip past the I-79 High Tech Park in Fairmont on a weekly basis. And in those fast-moving ...
Staff at the West Virginian High Technology Foundation in Fairmont are working on projects that can help improve the safety of military personnel, create high power electronics and execute enhanced detection.
From The Exponent Telegram Fairmont team developing ‘game-changing’ explosive detection device by John Dahlia PRESTON COUNTY NEWS & JOURNAL/FAIRMONT NEWS, Feb 27, 2017 Staff photo by John Dahlia High Technology Foundation senior ...
Six Mountain State economic and community development projects have been approved to share $30 million in Pilot Project funding being disbursed by the West Virginia Department of Environmental Protection’s Office of ...
For Immediate Release: August 9, 2016 Contact: John Stapleton (202) 225-4172 WASHINGTON, D.C. – Rep. McKinley announced today that he will host a forum with industry and government experts to focus ...
April 15th, 2016 Be sure to view the March/April 2016 issue of NCWV Life Magazine to read about NCWV “Fresh Starts.” NCWV Life
September 9, 2015 Be sure to view the September/October 2015 issue of NCWV Life Magazine to read about some of the region’s influential “Movers & Shakers.” NCWV Life Click here to ...
FAIRMONT, WV — June 23, 2015 — The High Technology Foundation announced today the election of the newest member of its Board of Directors, Michael J. Basile, Esquire. “I couldn’t be ...