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MATRIC Appoints Jack Dever Chief Technology Officer

So. Charleston, W.VA, December 3, 2015 – MATRIC (Mid-Atlantic Technology, Research & Innovation Center) today announced the appointment of Dr. John P. “Jack” Dever, as executive vice president and chief technology officer. Dever succeeds Parvez Wadia, Sc.D., who has been appointed vice president of strategic initiatives, effective January 1, 2016. Dever, who holds a Ph.D. [...]

MATRIC continues to serve customers during time of WV crisis

The Charleston, W.Va., water contamination issue continues to lead national and international media headlines. As a company based in the greater Charleston area, it's easy to say that last week is one for the West Virginia record books. First, we experience unseasonably and dangerously low temperatures and wind chills, which subsided by mid-week. Then on [...]

Science, Technology and Research (STaR) Symposium, April 20-21

The Science, Technology and Research (STaR) Symposium and 87th Annual Meeting of the W.Va. Academy of Science is approaching, and MATRIC is pleased to help sponsor the April 20-21 event, to be held at West Virginia State University in Institute. Themed Innovation: From Concept to Commercialization, the program will feature successful West Virginia researchers who [...]

MATRIC Event: ‘Generations of Discovery – Faces of Innovation’

MATRIC Annual Business Briefing and Reception Jan. 19, 2012, The Clay Center, Charleston, W.Va. 5:30 - 6:30 p.m. | Presentation and Awards 6:30 - 8:00 p.m. | Reception The Mid-Atlantic Technology, Research & Innovation Center will host its Annual Business Briefing and Reception at the Clay Center, in Charleston, W.Va. The program’s theme, Generations of [...]

MATRIC Forms Education Partnership with The Challenge Program

MATRIC CEO Keith Pauley prepares to address students at G.W. High School as The Challenge Program's Mary Dreliszak discusses the importance of attendance. In our fields of expertise, knowledge of science, mathematics and technology is necessary. Developing these skill sets require education, the critical component that facilitates informed experimentation and discovery. With this [...]

Expert to Discuss the Industry of Nanotechnology

On Wednesday, Oct. 12, Dr. Craig Friedrich will trace the history of nanotechnology, its techniques and applications, along with the potential for industrial growth through nanoscale advances and innovations in science. Friedrich is professor of mechanical engineering at Michigan Technological University. Nanotechnology processes are characterized by the manipulation of matter on extremely small atomic and [...]

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