Auburn University opens new Research and Innovation Campus in Huntsville

Auburn University officially opened a Research and Innovation Campus in Huntsville’s Cummings Research Park last week. It’s a nine-acre site that will serve as a state-of-the-art, multimillion-dollar collaboration engine, conference center and research space that extends Auburn’s expertise and next-generation resources to the defense, space and law enforcement agencies.

Officially known as the Auburn University Research and Innovation Campus, the facility formerly housed LogiCore, an advanced and visionary information technology, integrated logistics, and engineering support provider. The space will allow Auburn research professionals and students to conduct cutting-edge research and development across a range of technology readiness levels to help customers overcome national security, aerospace and biotechnology challenges.

“The Auburn University Research and Innovation Campus will be where today meets tomorrow,” said Auburn University President Christopher B. Roberts. “Huntsville has been, and will continue to be, one of the hotbeds for our graduates to work, our faculty to partner with and our students to explore.

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