State-backed Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Southeastern Pennsylvania says it's splitting $2.5 million among 14 local start-ups. The list:

Robert Plotkin (CEO)'s Arcadian, Montgomery County, "brings psychiatrists and mental health providers" to remote locations for its doctor, hospital, substance abuse and insurer clients.

John Nosek's Temple University spin-off Guiding Technologies, of Philadelphia, is developing "Applied Behavior Analysis" therapy for treating autism using sophisticated data.

Doug Farber's and Kurt Dudley's Orange Maker, based at the University City Science Center in Philadelphia (corrected), "is a high-resolution 3D printing technology company" that helps designers and engineers build "higher-quality parts," not just prototypes.

Michelle McDonald's Sweet Note Bakery is a Manayunk, Philadelphia-based "gluten-free and allergen free bagel manufacturer."

Christina Lopes' One Health Company is a Philadelphia firm that targets "sick pets to pre-clinical trials" for "cutting-edge" human therapies.

Pete Cona's Versify Solutions is a Delaware County company that offers "integrated analytics and operational (SaaS) software applications" to replace human workers in "the electric and power generation industry."