Clemson University and Abengoa Energy Crops are embarking on a new bioenergy research and education initiative in South Carolina as a result of a partnership established last year involving university, federal government, and private industry scientists and educators. “We are very excited about these new opportunities for landowners and the information our research will provide,” said lead research professor James Frederick. See the Clemson University press release.
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