A team led by Clemson University will soon begin a $5.81 million research project aimed at developing an ultra-lightweight door expected to help automakers in their race to meet federal fuel economy standards.
Clemson University experts are leading a $6.7-million research project that could dramatically reduce energy consumption worldwide by developing industrial motors that run more efficiently.
A professor who has studied PCB contamination in Hartwell Lake’s tributaries was named leader of Clemson University’s engineering and science education department. Cindy Lee has been serving as the department’s interim chair and now has the position permanently.
A Clemson University researcher who is overseeing a $5.25-million research project has been appointed to a professorship that was named for the husband-and-wife team that played a central role in his graduate studies.
Leidy Klotz and his team have received $1 million from the National Science Foundation. The grant will fund research into how property owners, developers, engineers, public officials and other decision-makers choose whether to make infrastructure sustainable.
The Robert B. and Susan B. Hambright Annual Leadership Program in Engineering grants engineering students the ability to further their leadership skills and pursue opportunities that they would have never deemed possible.
The Clemson University Concrete Canoe Team (3CT) placed first for the Final Product Award and fifth overall in the 2015 National Concrete Canoe Competition held on campus this week.
Clemson University will host the National Concrete Canoe Competition Saturday through Monday. The competition, held annually by the American Society of Civil Engineers, will have more than 20 student teams from across the country competing with concrete canoes they built during the academic year.
A Clemson University professor who has shown the rare combination of academic and industry achievement has won an honor that goes to only the most accomplished members in the world’s largest professional society for industrial engineers.
Hybrid car owners may take great mileage for granted, but the cars’ batteries eventually wear out and need to be replaced, usually at a cost of several thousand dollars. The research that Simona Onori does at Clemson University can help those batteries last longer and could help find new ways to reuse them once they retire from the road.
Bill Ferrell of Clemson University has been appointed to a professorship that recognizes his instrumental role in an online master’s program that has graduated about 100 students in four years and is expected to pay for a $10 million addition to Freeman Hall.
Graduating seniors in the National Scholars program at Clemson University presented Awards of Distinction to eight professors and lecturers.
All four of the Clemson nominees for the prestigious Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship for Excellence in Science, Mathematics and Engineering received the award this year.
Professional engineer Richard Cottingham and his wife, Nancy, of Seneca have pledged $500,000 to establish the J. Richard (’66) and Nancy W. Cottingham Distinguished Professor of Civil Engineering Endowment at Clemson University.
The arts festival that begins its 11th year this weekend has always filled downtown Greenville with the work of painters and sculptors, but something not human will join the crowd on Main Street this year: robots.