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Inc Magazine Editor and Columnist Speak at ITN Event

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Harrisburg, PA// 03.03.09 The Innovation Transfer Network (ITN) has attracted two nationally recognized guest speakers in the world of entrepreneurship and small business to an event in Harrisburg, PA.

The ITN will host renowned serial entrepreneur, columnist, and author, Norm Brodsky, as well as Inc. magazine Editor-at-large, Bo Burlingham, to speak on May 5, 2009. The dynamic team launched their current endeavor as co-authors of the book, The Knack, How Street-Smart Entrepreneurs Learn to Handle Whatever Comes Up. Mr. Brodsky, whose most recent transaction was the sale of his company, Citi Storage, is a highly sought-after mentor for business owners. His experience and candid observations can be found each month on the pages of his well-known Inc. magazine column, "Street Smarts."

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Keystone Innovation Grants Foster Job Creation, New Businesses

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Recipients from left to right (front row):Sheri Collins, Technology Development Specialist, PA Department of Community & Economic Development; Jennifer Hammaker, Director- Business Development, Innovation Transfer Network; Linda Goldstein, Vice President and COO, Capital Region Economic Development Corporation;Dr. Marian Walters, Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies, Penn State Harrisburg; Secretary Dennis Yablonsky, PA Department of Community & Economic Development

Recipients from left to right (back row):Brian Reilly, Harrisburg KIZ Coordinator, Capital Region Economic Development Corporation; Thomas Armstrong, Technology Development Specialist, PA Department of Community & Economic Development;

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College Puts Alternative Energy to the Test

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The midstate has a lot going on in the fields of alternative and renewable energy.

Much of this action can be found on the campuses of colleges and universities in the midstate. At places like Dickinson and Messiah colleges, students are teaming with faculty members who have experience in the field to develop alternative energy companies of the future.

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Software Entrepreneurs Can Apply for Assistance

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Individuals or young companies in South Central Pennsylvania seeking to build a marketable software product can turn to the Software Productization Center at Millersville University (SPC) for a unique economic development opportunity that will assist the growth of entrepreneurial software ideas into a prototype fit for venture capitalists or for the marketplace.

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History Channel Highlights University's Corporate Faculty

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Dauphin County Coroner and Harrisburg University of Science and Technology corporate faculty member, Graham Hetrick, was featured in Episode 514 of Modern Marvels. The episode, called Corpse Tech, began airing 8 p.m., Friday, June 20, on the History Channel.

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$10,000 grants enhance faculty research partnerships with business

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Penn State Harrisburg faculty research involving the creation of biodiesel fuel from a plant native to Central America, a therapeutic assistive bathing device, and outer packaging for an infrared sensor have all earned grants from the midstate’s Innovation Transfer Network.

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