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Howard County to provide $400K for new Johns Hopkins accelerator

Howard County will contribute $400,000 over two years for the new partnership between the JHU Applied Physics Laboratory and the Howard County Economic Development Authority.

Howard County Executive Ken Ulman.

A new accelerator program in Howard County will help commercialize technologies developed at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, as Technically Baltimore reported Thursday.
According to the Baltimore Sun, Howard County executive Ken Ulman said the county will contribute $400,000 over two years for the new partnership between the JHU Applied Physics Laboratory and the Howard County Economic Development Authority.
Read the full Baltimore Sun story here.
Some of the startups in the Accelerator for the Commercialization of Technology will be based out of the Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship.

Companies: Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory / Howard County Economic Development Authority / Maryland Center for Entrepreneurship

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