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October 21-22, 2014

Tuesday (Oct. 21)

Clemson University officials will unveil the details of a $100,000 corporate pledge that will benefit graduate students who use electron microscopes in their research. The super-magnification of electron microscopes has a wide range of uses in research and industry, including computer-chip manufacturing and analyzing viruses. Meet in the lobby of the Advanced Materials Research Laboratory at 10:30 a.m. The program’s first fellow will be available for photos, video and interviews inside the lab. Call Paul Alongi at 864-350-7908 for directions and details.

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Professor Hugh Spitler can speak to public health issues related to the Ebola virus outbreak. He has taught epidemiology at Clemson for 18 years and did a post-doctoral fellowship with the Centers for Disease Control. Contact him at 864-656-7434 or hspitle@clemson.edu or Melanie Kieve (864-656-1051, mkieve@clemson.edu).

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