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Mainebiz Feature Focuses on Target Technology Incubator

Mainebiz published an article about Orono’s Target Technology Incubator and its relationship with the University of Maine. The incubator began in the late 1990s to spur innovation, boost regional economic development and elevate UMaine’s standing as a research university, according to the article. Renee Kelly, co-director of programs, operations and outreach at the UMaine Foster Center for Student Innovation; Jesse Moriarity, Foster Center coordinator; and Emma Wilson, a UMaine student in the Innovate for Maine internship program, spoke about the importance of the incubator. The incubator is a joint effort of the Bangor Area Target Development Corp., UMaine, the state of Maine and the city of Orono.

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