Defense tech firm awarded $100K through Greene County grant program

Defense technology firm Resonant Sciences was recently awarded a $100,000 grant from the Greene County Department of Development and the Greene County Community Improvement Corporation.

The grant, awarded through the Economic Development Incentive Program, will enable Resonant Sciences to buy equipment that will lead to more specialized contracts, according to a news release from the county department of development.

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According to its website, Resonant Sciences, located at 3975 Research Blvd., specializes in the design and manufacture of antennas, radomes, and composite structures and has a proven ability to transition hardware from laboratory prototypes to real-world fielded hardware.

Max McConnell (left) and Paul Newman Jr. (center-left) of Greene County Development met with Resonant Sciences President J. Micah North (center-right) and Vice President Ron Miller (right) in Resonant’s Antenna & Radome Measurement Chamber.

Since 2015, more than $600,000 has been awarded to Greene County businesses through the EDIP program, which is designed to promote the expansion with one-time, project-specific grants.

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This month marks the first of two opportunities this year for businesses to apply for an EDIP grant. Businesses with a proven track record and a plan to expand are encouraged to submit proposals, according to the release.

For more information about the program, visit the Greene County Department of Development website.

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