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ITN Aids Innovation of Fitness & Nutrition

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Source:  Ben Franklin Technology Partners, Keynotes May 2010

Companies like Better Bowls and HydroWorx are using the Innovation Transfer Network (ITN) to help launch new products that enhance active lifestyles by introducing advanced fitness and training technology and developing easy-to-prepare nutritional foods.

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State Investments Helping to Replace Inefficient Systems, Foreign Oil with Cleaner Geothermal, Biofuel Alternatives

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Pennsylvania Department of Community & Economic Development  3/31/10

Harrisburg – Pennsylvania is strengthening its position as a leader in alternative energy innovation with new investments of more than $5 million in six projects, Governor Edward G. Rendell said today.
The projects are in six counties across the state and include three geothermal system installations, two biofuel projects, and one study that will examine the feasibility of mixed-income housing in Pittsburgh that would reduce utility consumption by up to 90 percent for its occupants.
"We are proving alternative energy technology can help families, businesses and municipalities save millions collectively on their utility costs," said Governor Rendell. "That’s a worthwhile incentive from our perspective, but we’re also putting people to work and fueling the demand for green collar jobs, while developing and deploying the technologies that will reduce our dependence on foreign oil and strengthen our national security."

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Central PA's Innovation Matchmaker

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Keystone Edge - April 1, 2010

Joel Kline worked at Lebanon Valley College for 2 years before he ever heard of InnerLink. Located just a short drive from the Annville campus, the unassuming information technology firm keeps a low profile, quietly making valuable medical information more accessible to children, communities and young adults. As a professor of Business and Digital Communications, collaboration between InnerLink and Kline’s students seemed like a no-brainer. But somehow this star-crossed cohesion eluded them both. 

What they needed was a matchmaker.

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Simple Is Better for Entrepreneurial Food Scientist

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Keystone Edge - 3/4/10

To say Malathy Nair trusted her abilities is an understatement. More like she found it inconceivable to question them.

Right around the time her mother was in the hospital for a heart attack, Nair got an idea for a business. With her own children to raise and knowing she would soon have to care for her ailing mother, she quit her job as a scientist for a large food manufacturer and took up office space in the Hershey Center for Applied Research.

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Dr. Webster Awarded Over $200K to Accelerate ITN-Funded Simulation Project

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Dr. Roger Webster of Millersville University and Dr. Joseph Sassani of the Penn State College of Medicine have been awarded a $213,550.00 grant from Department of Defense for development of an "Ocular Trauma MicroSurgical Simulator". This builds on earlier work, simulating cataract surgery, which was funded by an ITN Seed Assistance Grant.

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Higher Ed Moves to Front of the Class in PA

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Keystone Edge - 1/21/10

A 2005 study by the National Association of College and University Business Officers revealed Pennsylvania's independent institutions of higher learning produce an economic impact of $18.4 billion statewide. Another study a year later by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education found its 14 member public schools contribute $4.47 billion to the Commonwealth annually. Also in 2006, the University of Pennsylvania, the iconic Ivy League institution, claimed $9.6 billion in annual economic impact alone throughout the state. 

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