Investment aims to increase economic development, tech innovation, and tech start-ups

innovation-parkPennsylvania State University is investing $30 million to bring awareness to student innovations, boost student success, spur economic development, and shine a spotlight on the university system’s Innovation Park at Penn State.

The Invent Penn State initiative also intends to increase the number of technology business start-ups in Penn State campus communities, Penn State President Eric Barron said.

Innovation Park features a combination of office, manufacturing, and research space set up to support entrepreneurs and established businesses.

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Laura Ascione