Clemson scientist Saara DeWalt has made it her mission to stop an invasive plant in its tracks. For almost 20 years, she has been hunting down Clidemia hirta around the world.
Clemson University has joined Anderson & Pickens Counties Stormwater Partners, a regional collaborative invested in the protection of South Carolina’s valuable water resources.
Clemson University President James P. Clements Tuesday announced the appointment of a Diversity Advisory Council to provide strategic guidance to the president, chief diversity officer and other administrators and help set priorities on diversity initiatives.
The Clemson Players used bottles, plastic, and other items to create the (under)world of Eurydice.
Clemson researchers are evaluating the effectiveness of using goats to lessen the spread of invasive plants. The results of the ongoing trials have been favorable.
CLEMSON – At the beginning of the 20th century, an insidious fungus – imported from Asia and destructive to American chestnut trees – began an airborne march across 200 million acres of eastern woodlands. From Maine to Florida, an estimated 4 billion chestnut trees succumbed to the infestation, notoriously known as the chestnut blight. By […]
CLEMSON– Contrary to media hype, there are no prospects of manufacturing perovskite solar cells for large scale manufacturing. Rajendra Singh, the Clemson University D. Houser Banks Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, current Ph.D. student Amir A. Asif, and former Ph.D. student Dr. Githin F. Alpatt have published a paper titled “Technical and Economic Assessment […]
Clemson University researchers are opening the door for organic, chemical-free peach production in the Southeast. Extension specialists Juan Carlos Melgar and Guido Schnabel are tying bags on peaches as they grow on trees, an unconventional method of protecting them from insects and disease while reducing reliance on pesticides.
In the scientific community, opinions vary as to when human beings will finally use up Earth’s underground reserves of petroleum. Thirty years? Fifty years? One hundred years? Biofuel, which is broadly defined as a fuel produced directly or indirectly from plant materials and animal waste, is a recycled product that is friendly to the environment.
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.
BLACKVILLE — The collaborative effort involving Clemson University, two state agencies and one private company to more accurately assess the amount of surface water available in South Carolina’s river basins continues to flow with vigor.
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.
Finding new markets for South Carolina’s abundance of timber, changing how commercial buildings are constructed and keeping the state’s more than 13 million acres of timberland healthy is the focus of a $250,000 grant awarded to Clemson’s Wood Utilization + Design Institute (WU+D).
Clemson University’s Institute of Translational Genomics, led by geneticist Stephen Kresovich, has been awarded $6 million by Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy as one of six projects seeking to accelerate the development of sustainable energy crops for the production of renewable transportation fuels.
The Clemson University Vanishing Firefly Project will host the first of two “Count the Light” nights Saturday at the South Carolina Botanical Garden to give the public the chance to count fireflies together and help researchers see if their numbers are declining.