The H. Tracy Hall Foundation works to preserve the heritage and legacy of Dr. H. Tracy Hall, "father of the synthetic diamond," and supports the efforts of high pressure research around the world.

The foundation maintains this site and a small museum of Dr. Hall's awards, images, and high-pressure presses, including the first diamonds Dr. Hall synthesized at General Electric in 1954. Sponsored by Novatek, the foundation also maintains a database of bibliographic references on high-pressure science.