Even though South Carolina is blessed with an abundance of rivers and lakes, growth has leaders wondering whether there’s enough water to go around.
The Clemson University Arthropod Collection, a 90-year-old catalog of South Carolina’s biodiversity that holds approximately 1 million insect specimens, will be expanded and modernized thanks to a $505,000 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
The technical report of a new, major research study of dropout prevention strategies provides evidence of the effectiveness of these strategies in addition to presenting educators with valid scientific evidence that will enable them to select the best options for combating dropout problems in their schools and school districts.
CLEMSON — What began as a Clemson University Design and Entrepreneurship Network (DEN) start-up and graduate research project is turning into a global business that could supply diabetics with the low-cost testing equipment they need to manage their blood sugar. The product, GlucoSense, is aimed at helping diabetics in developing countries and other “resource-poor settings” […]
Clemson University professor Lingling Zhang has been selected for a summer residency at the Brocher Foundation, a non-profit Swiss foundation that hosts scientists and experts studying the ethical, legal and social implications of medical research and biotechnology development. Zhang, an assistant professor in the Department of Public Health Sciences, will be working on her project, “Equitable […]
The College of Health, Education and Human Development (HEHD) and Eugene T. Moore School of Education (SOE) honored outstanding faculty, staff and graduate students at the annual Awards of Excellence ceremony, held April 23 at the Hendrix Student Center. The ceremony was held as part of the 2015 HEHD/SOE Spring Research Forum. The winners were: […]
The College of Health, Education and Human Development (HEHD) and the Eugene T. Moore School of Education (SOE) held the HEHD/SOE Research Forum on April 23, showcasing a wide range of student, faculty and staff research. “Presenters prepared nearly 60 posters that facilitated conversations about our exciting work and outreach,” stated HEHD Associate Dean for […]
Students at the Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research unveiled its newest concept vehicle, sponsored by General Motors, at the GM Renaissance Center in Detroit, Michigan.
Anna Hall, a faculty member at Clemson University’s Eugene T. Moore School of Education, received the Early Career Research Award from American Educational Research Association‘s Early Education and Child Development Special Interest Group. She received the award at the American Educational Research Association’s annual meeting April 16-20 in Chicago. The Early Career Research Award is made […]
The Clemson University team participating in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2015 revealed its highly innovative, affordable design and construction methodologies that could revolutionize homebuilding in South Carolina and other Southern states.
Five speakers representing Clemson University will be featured at the 2015 Internet2 Global Summit April 26-30.
A nationally respected researcher who has accepted a job with Clemson University said that too often “sustainability” is a buzzword and that her approach involves science, metrics and data to make sure that it’s more than just marketing. “I want our research to have an impact on real people and business,” said Amy Landis, who is the new Thomas F. Hash ‘69 SmartState Endowed Chair in Sustainable Development.
In a groundbreaking achievement led by an international team that includes Clemson scientist Chris Saski, the intricately woven genetic makeup of Upland cotton has been decoded for the first time in the ancient plant’s history.
A small fish with a short lifespan might eventually have large and long-lived consequences for humankind thanks to an international collaboration between the Clemson University Genomics and Computational Biology Laboratory and the Leibniz Institute for Age Research.
Clemson broke ground for the Advanced Powertrain Testing Laboratory, a two-story 3,000-square-foot addition to the Carroll A. Campbell Jr. Graduate Engineering Center at Clemson University’s International Center for Automotive Research (CU-ICAR).