“Biotech Energy setting up headquarters on campus is an excellent opportunity to partner with our technology programs, bringing new academic opportunities in bio-fuels in renewable energy and providing excellent hands-on internship and projects for our students,” said Clinton Community College Director of Advanced Manufacturing and Technology Kristopher Renadette.

February 27, 2017

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