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January 11th, 2007
Louisiana Tech University has established a center for connecting the region's budding technology economy with services to help businesses get off the ground.
The Ruston university's new Technology Business Development Center, which will pull in $250,000 of state funds yearly from the University of Louisiana System, will address the special needs of fledgling technology businesses, said Les Guice, vice president of research and development.
Existing startups, like Nano Pulp and Paper and Networking Foundation Technologies, have used these services through Louisiana Tech's Enterprise Center, located off the main campus at 509 West Alabama Ave., Suite 126.
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