Over the course of two sun-drenched mornings, Clemson University's Carolina Clear and its collaborators turned an unattractive stormwater detention basin into a state-of-the-art filtration system that is as pretty as it is environmentally friendly.
People often struggle to find ways to preserve health and happiness amidst sometimes harsh, stress-inducing urban environments. However, it appears that one path to long-term happiness may lead straight through the closest park, a Clemson University researcher says.
In their ongoing quest to revive and preserve ancestral grains, a Clemson University scientist and his collaborators have begun the process of restoring a nearly extinct variety of wheat that traces its American roots to the 1700s.
People looking for a gift for the golfer in their families can buy a chance to win a round of golf at one of the Carolina’s exclusive golf clubs and help turfgrass research at the same time. Money raised helps pay for turfgrass research projects at Clemson University and North Carolina State University.
Researcher weaves the practical lessons learned by some of American's best sustainable farmers with the latest climate science and resiliency.
Clemson students are learning how rainwater and compost can be used to create a self-sustaining heated-water system.
Besides adding beauty to a field of watermelons, colorful patches of wildflowers might also provide benefits that would improve the quality and increase the yield of one of South Carolina’s most important vegetable crops.
Clemson Cooperative Extension forestry agent Derrick Phinney, the longtime natural resources professional, talked about forestry’s importance and value to South Carolina — both as a lucrative resource and as a friend to the environment — in a recent question-and-answer session.
Daniel High students in Clemson's WOW program presented posters at the Watt Family Innovation Center that displayed their research examining the water quality of Indian Creek.
Cassidy Laird, a member of Clemson University's Tiger Band, helped football fans celebrate touchdowns the past four years by playing Tiger Rag on her alto saxophone. Now the senior from Fleming Island, Florida, has another reason to cheer. Laird has won the Roger R. and Laura M. Yoerger Preprofessional Engineer of the Year Award from the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers.
Following some basic rules of planting will help a young pecan tree grow into a large, healthy adult. Unfortunately, if you ignore these rules, the tree is likely to suffer.
South Carolina watermelon producers now have information they need to make their 2016 crops more profitable with the release of the updated Watermelon Spray Guide for 2016.
'What's next' is an ever-changing question, and one that Clemson faculty, staff and students have tackled over the past year. The result is ClemsonFoward, a strategic plan that represents the ideas, ambitions and hopes of the Clemson community.
Three Clemson University scientists – Julia Frugoli, Alex Feltus and Victoria Corbin – have been awarded a $1.8 million grant to study gene expression in roots that eventually could pave the way for increased crop production, save the world billions of dollars in fertilizer usage, and help rid the planet of a damaging pollutant.
Clemson University scientist Saara DeWalt is part of a collaborative study of second-growth tropical forests in Central and South America that will be published Feb. 11 in the journal Nature. DeWalt and dozens of other scientists contributed to the paper titled “Biomass Resilience of Neotropical Secondary Forests.”