Researchers at Clemson University are hoping to learn more by using state-of-the-art molecular modeling and computer science techniques. Their efforts could help develop new ways of preserving food, studying climate, cryopreserving organs and protecting crops.
Research aimed at creating a new biosensor that would help military investigators search for signs of nuclear activities, including weapons development, is moving forward under the leadership of a former naval officer who now is a Clemson University faculty member.
Two Clemson University graduate students and a post-doctoral fellow captured one-half of the poster awards presented at the 2016 Defense Threat Reduction Agency (DTRA) Basic Research Technical Review held in July near Washington, DC. In total, 66 posters were presented, representing approximately 25 universities and research organizations. Clemson winners were graduate students Edward Hoegg (“Isotope Ratio […]
A sensor in development at Clemson University could help search for some of the globe’s most potentially destructive weapons to keep them out of the hands of terrorists and rogue nations.
Eight faculty members in the College of Engineering and Science received awards on May 4 at a dinner held in their honor and attended by their families, colleagues and top college officials. The honorees were Thompson Mefford, Steve Stuart, Joe Kolis, Scott Husson, Tim DeVol, Naren Vyavahare, Robert Riggs and Mary Beth Kurz. The college […]
Clemson’s 3-Minute Thesis competition and Graduate Research and Discovery Symposium (GRADS) were held last week as part of Research and Innovation Month. More than 25 graduate students were recognized with cash prizes for their top-ranking presentations. Photos are online. The annual 3-Minute Thesis competition challenges graduate students to deliver compelling presentations on their thesis and […]
Several exceptional students from the College of Engineering and Science were honored in April at the annual Honors and Awards ceremony in the Madren Conference Center ballroom. The awards were aimed at honoring the college’s best and brightest students. Many are engaged in service projects that are improving the quality of life not only for […]
Seven Clemson University students have received Graduate Research Fellowships from the National Science Foundation, and five others received honorable mention awards in the national competition.
Clemson University will soon have a new piece of lab equipment that can sort through billions of cells in a matter of hours and will speed up research for a host of faculty members across campus. Mark Blenner, an assistant professor of chemical and biomolecular engineering, has received word that the Department of Defense will […]
Four Clemson University engineering students have been named University Innovation Fellows by the National Center for Engineering Pathways to Innovation. The fellows are: Alex Bina, a bioengineering Ph.D. student from Overland Park, Kansas; Kaitlyn Hackathorn, a senior bioengineering major from Mount Pleasant; Bailey-Jean Walker, a senior bioengineering major from Summerville; and Jessica Zahn, a sophomore […]
Five Clemson University researchers have brought home some of the nation’s top awards for junior faculty members and are helping make robots fly, develop new medicines, save buildings from the wrecking ball and create new ways to make fertilizer.
Rachel Getman of Clemson University has won the nation’s top award for early-career researchers and will use the $500,000 her team received to explore new ways of making a chemical that helps feed about half the world but remains out of reach in the poorest regions. Getman, an assistant professor of chemical engineering, received the […]
Joseph Scott of Clemson University has landed one of the nation’s premier awards for young researchers and will develop new mathematical techniques that could help steer unmanned aircraft. Scott, an assistant professor of chemical engineering, has received $330,000 as part of the Air Force Office of Scientific Research Young Investigator Program. The techniques could help […]
Clemson University students who have played a central role in providing clean water to a small Nicaraguan village will return over winter break to check on a well and chlorination system that has transformed residents’ lives. The university’s chapter of Engineers Without Borders is in the final stage of a five-year project in La Pintada. […]
A Clemson University endowed professor was elected Fellow in the American Institute of Chemical Engineers and will be honored at the organization’s annual meeting in November. Mark Thies is the Dow Chemical Professor of Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering. Election as Fellow recognizes “service to the profession” and “significant professional accomplishment.” Contribution in one of these […]