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Byline: M. Paul Jackson
Dec. 1--If you've got an idea for a technology company, Wake Forest University wants you.
The university's Babcock Demon Incubator plans to add three technology start-ups to its offices, hoping to fill the space left behind by other graduating companies, officials said yesterday.
Unlike other businesses, the vacant space is a sign the incubator is doing its job, said Paul Briggs, the incubator's director.
The Babcock incubator, which opened about three years ago, provides free office space, mentoring programs and equipment for young, start-up companies for about one year. The service was created by Wake Forest's …