The College of Science advances mathematics, physical sciences and life sciences and mobilizes curiosity-driven faculty and students who seek to enhance life on the planet through groundbreaking research.
Researchers from Clemson and the University of Alabama team up for two important projects: one seeks to understand what causes war, the other looks to the sky for answers.
The gridiron history between Clemson and Ohio State is sometimes overshadowed by their collaborations in research. Just as athletes seek equally-matched, or superior, opponents, researchers seek collaborators who complement and challenge their work.
A team of researchers at Clemson University is part of a new national institute aimed at advancing the United States’ leadership in the biopharmaceutical industry.
A Clemson researcher is embarking on a mission to help fight the most prevalent chronic disease plaguing Americans today. The disease is tooth decay and Vincent Richards, an assistant professor in the university’s biology department, is working with researchers from the University of Florida to determine which bacteria can help promote oral health.
Clemson University awarded approximately 1,300 degrees at graduation ceremonies in the refurbished Littlejohn Coliseum Thursday. The degrees included 1,028 bachelors and 255 masters. In a hooding ceremony Wednesday, 60 doctoral students received their Ph.Ds.
Clemson will hold its graduation ceremonies in the refurbished Littlejohn Coliseum Thursday.
One of our favorite things every year is to look back and re-read some of our favorite stories from the past year. This list certainly doesn’t cover every amazing thing that happened at Clemson in 2016, but it’s a taste.
Clemson University professor James Morris received a $184,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health to research a new method of starving the deadly parasites that threaten millions of people worldwide. If successful, the work could lead to the development of oral treatments for African sleeping sickness, Chagas disease and Baghdad boil, an infection that has afflicted U.S. troops in the Middle East.
Scientists converged at Clemson University this month to share research aimed at treating diseases responsible for millions of deaths around the world.
A team of physicists in Clemson University's College of Science and Academia Sinica in Taiwan has determined why other scientists have been unable to replicate a highly influential thermoelectricity study published in a prestigious, peer-reviewed journal.
NASA says it will find life on other planets within the next 20 years. Clemson's Kelly Smith asks what Earthlings' moral and ethical responsibilities are.
A team of Clemson physicists has discovered how to increase by five-fold the energy capacity of supercapacitors without sacrificing strength or durability using specially designed layers of atom-thick carbon sheets called graphene.
The CURF Technology Maturation Fund provides grants to faculty in order to support the last critical development step needed to move their technology to the marketplace.
The Clemson family has gained a new namesake: Legionella clemsonensis, a novel strain of the Legionella bacteria, the most common cause of waterborne bacterial outbreaks in the United States. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) gave the honor of naming L. clemsonensis to students in a collaborative research group called CU and the CDC, which includes students from Clemson’s Creative Inquiry (CI) program for undergraduate students and officials in the CDC Legionella lab.
Clemson University’s outreach program Science on Tap offers the opportunity to learn about the latest in science and technology from experts outside the formal confines of the classroom and in a casual and fun environment while sipping on the beverage of your choice.