Researchers from Clemson University and Dartmouth College revealed their computational jewelry to support mobile health applications at the third USA Science & Engineering Festival in Washington, D.C.
Teaching innovations designed by Clemson professors to help students learn complex subject matter also may help South Carolina citizens solve common problems and learn about the world around them.
Clemson University researchers have begun developing a remote-controlled robot they hope will help protect students against gun violence while inspiring them to study robotics and computer science.
Clemson University researchers plan to gather at an Anderson school Tuesday to unveil a project that they said could help protect students against gun violence while inspiring them to study computer science and robotics.
Clemson University assistant professor Kelly Caine has been named to the Tech Advisory Board of the Freedom of the Press Foundation.
The TOP500, a project that ranks and details the 500 most powerful non-distributed computer systems in the world, has ranked Clemson University's Palmetto Cluster No. 81 in the world and within the top-five for systems at universities provisioned for use primarily on their own campuses.
With a $1.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation’s Computer Systems Research program, researchers from Clemson University and Dartmouth College launched the Amulet project to develop computational jewelry to support mobile-health applications.
Do you get concerned about losing your cellphone or mobile device? Are you anxious if there is no wireless service? Do you feel your life is dependent on Internet availability? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then you might be suffering from ‘nomophobia’ – fear of having no mobile phone.
Roll out the red carpet — an Academy Award winner is in town.
For 12 hours, Nick Watts, Akash Mudubagilu and DJ Edmonson sat huddled around their computers building an iPhone app. Sustained by adrenaline, caffeine and the knowledge that their professors were watching, they came to win — and they did. Clemson professors and co-workers brought the three students together to form a team to compete in […]
After the cultural shock wore off, Hester and his volunteer group were able to build houses for families who were devastated by the 2004 tsunami that destroyed their village.