Modern day technology is helping a Clemson University professor and an international, interdisciplinary team of collaborators track the evolution of a beetle family by revealing a fossil's internal anatomy.
Three Clemson University scientists – Julia Frugoli, Alex Feltus and Victoria Corbin – have been awarded a $1.8 million grant to study gene expression in roots that eventually could pave the way for increased crop production, save the world billions of dollars in fertilizer usage, and help rid the planet of a damaging pollutant.
South Carolina cotton producers learn how developing insect management programs and selecting top varieties to plant can help them grow more profitable crops in 2016.
Clemson University scientist Saara DeWalt is part of a collaborative study of second-growth tropical forests in Central and South America that will be published Feb. 11 in the journal Nature. DeWalt and dozens of other scientists contributed to the paper titled “Biomass Resilience of Neotropical Secondary Forests.”
Clemson University’s Advanced Plant Technology Program — headed by geneticist Stephen Kresovich and comprised of a multifaceted team of renowned scientists — continues to stretch the limits of agricultural research in genetics, bioinformatics, computational biology and robotics.
Clemson University has launched a new video series that puts experts on your screen when and where you want them. "On the Table," a public policy series from ClemsonTV, tackles such tough subjects as concussions in sports, the role of technology in our lives and health screening disparities, providing in-depth discussion from leading researchers and scholars who are members of the Clemson faculty.
Students from outside Clemson University have until March 4 to apply for a growing summer program that allows them to get research experience in world-class labs and learn about how they can pay for graduate school.
Women who began having menstrual cycles at a younger age are at greater risk of developing gestational diabetes, a disease affecting up to 7 percent of pregnant women that can cause babies to develop type 2 diabetes and other complications, new research shows.
Clemson University has appointed Tanju Karanfil to a two-year term as vice president for research, effective Feb. 1. Karanfil replaces Larry Dooley, who is retiring in May after three years as interim vice president for research and a 31-year career at Clemson
The Walmart Foundation and the U.S. Conference of Mayors announced Clemson University as one of this year’s U.S. Manufacturing Innovation Fund grant recipients for the school’s energy-efficient process for the dyeing of polyester fabrics. Clemson University will receive nearly $1 million.
Economics, insects and insurance are among topics that will be addressed during the annual South Carolina Cotton Growers’ and Peanut Growers’ meetings Tuesday and Thursday at the Santee Conference Center.
Clemson University and the Savannah River National Laboratory (SRNL) Tuesday signed an agreement to shape future scientific endeavors of the National Lab, a Department of Energy facility in Aiken that focuses on detecting, processing and disposing of nuclear waste; and remediating and reducing the risk of environmental exposure.
A Clemson University researcher is part of a team that has developed a new way of improving upon a lightweight metal, raising hopes it could be used to make a wide range of products more energy efficient, according to a paper that will be published Thursday in the journal Nature.
Clemson University public health sciences faculty member Sarah Griffin has been named a Greenville Health System (GHS) Faculty Fellow. She will help lead GHS-Clemson research in childhood obesity and pediatric population health management.
By studying a remarkable fossil, a Clemson scientist is unraveling the secrets of an ancient beetle that wandered the Earth almost 100 million years ago.