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‘Digital Foundry’ could spark business growth in former aluminum town of New Kensington

By |2020-11-06T14:38:39-05:00November 6th, 2020|DI Lab, News|

By Joyce Gannon, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette // October 28, 2020 New Kensington, an Allegheny River town built around the birth of the aluminum industry in the late 19th century, has been trying for several years to remake itself as a hub for small businesses and technological innovation. It took another step toward that vision

Digital Foundry at New Kensington holds virtual groundbreaking

By |2020-11-06T14:39:01-05:00November 6th, 2020|DI Lab, News|

NEW KENSINGTON, Pa. — October 28 marked the unveiling of the Digital Foundry at New Kensington, a new 15,044-square-feet innovation and manufacturing lab space that will use cutting-edge technologies to develop future-ready skills and improve business outcomes. Located on Fifth Ave. in downtown New Kensington, the Digital Foundry at New Kensington has been a collaborative

New Kensington campus, Westmoreland County to create digital innovation lab

By |2020-03-16T10:18:19-04:00February 27th, 2020|DI Lab, News|

NEW KENSINGTON — The Richard King Mellon Foundation has awarded $5.5 million in funding for a new, state-of-the-art digital innovation lab in the city of New Kensington. The lab is a collaborative effort between the Economic Growth Connection of Westmoreland and Penn State New Kensington, with support and advisement from the Westmoreland County Industrial Development Corporation (WCIDC).

A new industrial revolution – Innovation lab in Pennsylvania could serve as a model

By |2020-02-10T09:49:01-05:00February 10th, 2020|DI Lab, News|

By Kimberly Palmiero // Illustration by Olson McIntyre - FEBRUARY 9, 2020 In communities across Postindustrial America, universities and companies are racing to figure out how to equip people for jobs in the next 20 years. In Ohio, JPMorgan Chase announced in the fall that it would donate $1 million to Columbus State to help build courses and

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