Technology

Department of Education Announces Winners of Annual STEM Competition

The Pennsylvania Department of Education announced the winners of the ninth annual Governor’s STEM Competition. During the school year, teams of students designed and...

$14 Million in Tax Credits Approved to Support Growth of Technology-Oriented...

Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of $14 million in Keystone Innovation Zone (KIZ) tax credits for 197 early-stage technology companies across Pennsylvania. “It’s vital to support...

$5 Million Investment in Cheyney University’s ThinkUbator Biotechnology Initiative  

Governor Tom Wolf and state Senator Vincent Hughes joined legislators and educators at Cheyney University to celebrate a $5 million state investment, through the...

PA Awards $2.5 Million in Funding for Western PA Start-Up...

Department of Community and Economic Development (DCED) Acting Secretary Neil Weaver and the Ben Franklin Technology Development Authority (BFTDA) announced that $2.5 million has...

Governor Celebrates $11 Million Investment in Da Vinci Science Center

Governor Tom Wolf joined Allentown area officials to celebrate an $11 million state investment, through the Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program (RACP), to expand the...

Harrisburg Pre-Apprenticeship Program Preparing Pennsylvanians for IT Careers

Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) Secretary Jennifer Berrier visited a Harrisburg-based Pre-Apprenticeship program that provides in-demand skills training for Pennsylvanians interested in family-sustaining...

Ribbon Cutting at Aurora Headquarters and Expansion of Self-Driving Technology 

Governor Tom Wolf was joined by lawmakers and local officials to celebrate the expansion of Aurora in Pittsburgh. Aurora is an American technology and...

$10 Million in New Funding to Support High-Speed Broadband Infrastructure in...

Governor Tom Wolf announced the approval of $10 million for 19 projects through the Commonwealth Financing Authority (CFA) for nongovernmental entities to deploy middle-mile...

PA Awards Nearly $900,000 to Organizations Building Digital-Literacy Skills Among Workers

Department of Labor & Industry (L&I) Secretary Jennifer Berrier announced awards totaling nearly $900,000 to connect Pennsylvania workers with the skills they need to...

Pennsylvania’s First Automated Shuttle Coming to the Philadelphia Navy Yard

Pennsylvania's first automated vehicle (AV) shuttle is coming to Philadelphia this summer. The shuttle will provide visitors and employees with transportation services within the Philadelphia Navy Yard...

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