This summer, ten students from across the country have traveled to Clemson University to work alongside researchers and tackle “big data” visualization solutions through one of its National Science Foundation-funded Research Experiences for Undergraduates programs. The program, “REU Site: Undergraduate Research Experience in Collaborative Data Visualization Applications,” is led by Dr. Wole Oyekoya of Clemson […]
CLEMSON – The National Science Foundation has awarded a consortium of 28 universities, led by Clemson University, a $750,000 grant to fund a Research Coordination Network to set up a national forum for the exchange and dissemination of best practices, expertise, and technologies to enable the advancement of campus-based research computing activities. The project, titled “RCN: […]
Patients could be less likely to reject artificial hips, knees and other medical implants thanks to the research that Andy Tennyson and his group are doing at Clemson University.
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 […]
Hurricanes blow the roofs off buildings and earthquakes shake them to piles of rubble, but nature’s wrath pales in comparison to the biggest threat that structures face. Nothing topples them quite like people, said Brandon Ross, an assistant professor of civil engineering at Clemson University. The buildings that took so much time, effort and expense […]
A five-member team that includes Clemson University scientist Chris Saski, the director of Clemson’s Genomics and Computational Biology Laboratory, will share a $2.4 million grant from the National Science Foundation to continue genomics research on Upland cotton.
Clemson University researchers Alex Feltus and Kuang-Ching Wang are part of a team of scientists that received a $1.4 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to help meet the growing needs of the data-driven genomic science community.
The unmatched ability of the human brain to process and make sense of large amounts of complex data has caught the attention of engineers working in the field of control systems. Lead by Clemson University professor Kumar Venayagamoorthy, a team of neuroscientists and engineers is using neurons grown in a dish to control simulated power grids.