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SEC Symposium to examine region's impact on renewable energy

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The inaugural SEC Symposium is set to take place in Atlanta in February, and its focus is sure to be of interest to many on the Mississippi State University campus.

Officially titled, "Impact of the Southeast in the World's Renewable Energy Future," the special event Feb. 10-12 will examine the bioenergy, solar and wind energy research and development efforts of the SEC's 14 member institutions.

According to the event website: "The SEC Symposium is designed to appeal to a wide variety of individuals interested in the event topic. Corporate representatives are invited to attend alongside academicians and government officials. The SEC also encourages all levels of student participation."

Discounted early registration ends Dec. 14, as does abstract submission for the poster exhibition.

Find more online at http://www.secsymposium.com.

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