Clarence Miller, left, and Micheal Hartsock troubleshoot code for a website at Schoolwires. Schoolwires, a State College-based company, utilized Innovation Park services, including Ben Franklin Technology Partners, which provides funding and business support to technology-based startups.
Clarence Miller, left, and Micheal Hartsock troubleshoot code for a website at Schoolwires. Schoolwires, a State College-based company, utilized Innovation Park services, including Ben Franklin Technology Partners, which provides funding and business support to technology-based startups. Nabil K. Mark CDT photo
Clarence Miller, left, and Micheal Hartsock troubleshoot code for a website at Schoolwires. Schoolwires, a State College-based company, utilized Innovation Park services, including Ben Franklin Technology Partners, which provides funding and business support to technology-based startups. Nabil K. Mark CDT photo

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