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Newly renovated Pitner Center unveiled at Clemson

The John B. Pitner Center, first opened in 1985, is the laboratory and administrative space for the center. The renovation includes new labs for the Advanced Plant Technology program, a stronger network for data transfer and more collaborative workspaces.

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