SAPELO ISLAND, Georgia – Through a combination of rigorous genetics, painstaking varietal research and centuries-old African know-how, Purple Ribbon sugarcane and several similar varieties have been reintroduced to Sapelo Island, the original birthplace of commercial sugar production in the United States.
Clemson University parks, recreation and tourism management Ph.D. student Edwin Sabuhoro has received the Ian Redmond Conservation Award from the Great Apes Survival Partnership (GRASP), a United Nations initiative focused on chimpanzee, gorilla, bonobo and orangutan conservation.
Advertisements touting the dangers of texting while driving are more convincing when they target an individual as a potential victim, according to research conducted by Clemson University.
Using algae to treat wastewater could be an innovative way for small communities across the country to save energy and keep pollutants out of the environment, according to new research from Clemson University’s College of Engineering and Science. Scientists have long known that algae can remove certain pollutants from water and be harvested to create […]
If a brand positions itself as an underdog with consumers, it had better remain true to its humble beginnings once success is achieved, a Clemson University research project has found.
Pamela Havice, professor and coordinator of the student affairs master’s program at Clemson University, served on a national task force that reviewed and revised the American College Personnel Association (ACPA) and National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) Professional Competencies for Student Affairs Practitioners. Considered a seminal document in the student affairs profession, the competencies […]
Pretty much everyone in South Carolina would like to see the state attract new industry, create jobs and be better positioned to compete in the global marketplace. As Clemson University faculty members, one of the crucial ingredients we bring to the economic development mix is academic research. But we’re taking our research to the next […]
Clemson University’s announcement that it will further expand its course offerings in Charleston was met with cheers from officials who said the programs would provide new opportunities for working professionals to advance their careers and could launch a Lowcountry-based video game industry. Master’s degree programs in electrical engineering and systems engineering will complement the previously […]
A research team led by Goutam Koley of Clemson University is working on a sensor system that would connect to a smart phone and help detect threats, ranging from allergens to toxic chemicals and explosives. Koley, a professor of electrical and computer engineering, said the sensor system could be used for a host of civilian […]
Clemson scientists Rob Baldwin and Paul Leonard have recently published a research article that examines the existing distribution of conservation easements in the Appalachian Mountains.
Five of South Carolina’s top experts in agriculture and food systems recently convened on the campus of Clemson University for a lively discussion designed to explore the state’s future, while at the same time revering its past.
Julia Eggert, professor and coordinator of the healthcare genetics Ph.D. program at Clemson University’s School of Nursing, has been named an American Academy of Nursing Fellow, one of the highest honors in the nursing profession.
Dolores (Dee) Stegelin, professor of early childhood education at Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education, served as guest editor of a special edition of Childhood Education focused on global aspects of early childhood education. Along with her co-editors, Stegelin brought together scholars from countries around the world to address critical issues and needs […]
JTEKT, a global supplier of automotive components, announced an expansion of its existing facility at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR), and named the location its North American headquarters.
Politics and local economics weigh heavily in federal bureaucrats’ decision-making on immigration audits of employers, a Clemson University economist’s research has found.