Louisiana Business And Technology Center Gets Federal Grant

BATON ROUGE (AP) — The Louisiana Business & Technology Center at LSU's south campus in Baton Rouge will receive a $150,000 grant for support of research and development and small-business innovation.

         The Advocate’s Bill Lodge reports the grant's purpose is to support programs for innovative, technology-driven small businesses under the U.S. Small Business Administration's Federal and State Technology, or FAST, partnership program.

         FAST is a competitive grants program designed to strengthen the technological competitiveness of small businesses and improve the participation of small technology firms in the innovation and commercialization of new technology.

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