Clemson University’s Advanced Materials Center wants to undertake a branding update to expand its scope of expertise.
Materials research has been under way at the lab since 2004 and Clemson has been able to attract millions of dollars in state, federal and private research grants.
But Clemson’s Information Technology Center site is headquartered there, as is the Clemson Computing and Information Technology department and the L.G. Rich Environmental Lab, which researches environmental systems, toxicology and pollution prevention. More here.