HudsonAlpha cut the ribbon on a new facility, the 100,000 square foot Paul Propst Center. The complex will continue to help research the newest biotechnologies and hold classes to teach students biosciences.
Many local state representatives were in attendance at the event, including Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle and Governor Kay Ivey.
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