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NHF toured Army Research Labs (ARL) in Maryland. L to R: Dave Lyon, ARL Division Chief; John Sanchez, Lt. Governor of New Mexico; Lance Anderson, NHF Patent/IP Counsel; Fran Rush of the ARL TTO; Mike Scanlon, chief of the ARL Sensor and Electromagnetic Sensing Team; Vince Versage, Partner in The National Group; and Tim Wittig, NHF IP Counsel and Technology and Federal Lab Relations Manager.

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Matthew Geisel (left), New Mexico Cabinet Secretary for Economic Development, and Mark Van Dyke (right), chief of Staff in the Office of Lt. Gov. John A. Sanchez, with New Horizons Foundation Executive Director Dale Gannaway, holding the Letter of Support signed by Lt. Gov. Sanchez endorsing NHF's business model now being made available to communities all across the state.

In background, Ron Black, President of the NHF Board.

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NHF executive staff toured the U.S. Army Armament, Research, Engineering and Development Center's Materials Corrosion & Additive Manufacturing Labs in New Jersey in December. The visit included discussions of possible NHF projects with ARDEC to address oil field corrosion challenges. From the left: Lance Anderson, NHF Technology Commercialization Counsel; Gary Pankonien, NHF Entrepreneur-In-Residence; Dr. Chris Haines, ARDEC Materials Engineer (Nanotechnology & Materials) and Jules Senske, ARDEC Materials Engineer (Corrosion).

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Check out some of the images from NHF’s Santa Fe Meeting.

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Welcome to New Horizons Foundation—
We’re opening new pathways to innovation in America’s energy heartland

We’re creating opportunities for investment in research-based and technology-driven new business ventures here in Lea County, New Mexico, in the heartland of the Permian Basin, the largest oil and gas reserves in America.

We’re implementing an inventive way to bring proven technologies to market.

We welcome your interest in our portfolio of unique new technologies flowing from federal research labs, and in the inventive path we’re creating for you to take part in the knowledge economy that is redefining and reshaping the world in the 21st century.

And we invite you to contact us to learn how you can join us on our path-breaking journey into the future!



New Horizons has produced a new video that tells the story of how its innovative approach to local economic development is progressing in Lea County

November 15, 2016 – The new video was introduced at a meeting with state officials in Santa Fe, where Lt. Gov. John Sanchez presented NHF with a Letter of Support in making the NHF model available to other communities in the state.


What is YOUR stake in Lea County’s future? Read the report and presentations from NHF’s Innovate Lea County conference

NHF’s April 23, 2016, Innovate Lea County conference drew local, regional and state leaders and officials in the public and private sectors to focus on the background and status of NHF strategies and progress for further strengthening and diversifying the innovation economy of Lea County and its surrounding region in the Permian Basin.


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