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Written by Tristan Navera.
Wright State Research Institute says it is looking to commercialize military technology as it expands operations.
The institute, a research arm of Wright State University, employs 85 and is looking to hire 10 this year. WSRI is in the process of renovating the first floor of its building to support additional growth at its main office, including secure space for sensitive information, and is on track for $21 million in its portfolio this year, said Jason Parker, executive director of the institute.
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Originally published June 2, 2014.