The issues that face our world are distinctly human problems. But computers can go a long way toward offering solutions.
The University’s growing partnership with a regional health care system is building on promising medical discoveries and care improvements that will make a meaningful impact in the doctor’s office, the operating room and beyond.
Whether you’re a journalist seeking to supplement news coverage of a political coup or you’re a multimillion-dollar corporation trying to better serve your customers — hearing what people have to say is important business.
The lives and livelihoods of thousands of South Carolinians are being bettered, thanks to professor Stephen Kresovich and the molecular and population genomics research he and his Clemson team are spearheading.
Clemson University materials science and engineering professor Marek Urban and his team create groundbreaking, complex materials that can heal themselves in response to changes in light, temperature or other stimuli.
Blackouts remind us how much we rely on power in our daily lives. With a flick of the switch, we have come to expect lights will come on. There will be heat to keep us warm. There will be electricity to charge our devices. Clemson has opened the SCE&G Energy Innovation Center in North Charleston. […]
Trying to avoid traffic congestion to get home more quickly and save on gas? One day your car will do it for you. Mechanical engineering professor Ardalan Vahidi, Ph.D., is designing vehicle-control systems that factor in terrain, traffic updates and more to give you unprecedented fuel efficiency and driving ease. “Connected vehicles that communicate wirelessly […]
Whether in award-winning films, computer games, NASCAR racing or environmental research, professor Robert Geist’s work earns honors from the Academy, industry and the arts.
Professor Apparao Rao and his Clemson team are creating safer carbon nanomaterials to boost high-tech industries, help the environment and improve health care.
Dean's undergraduate students are encouraged to think creatively and openly about different applications or new combinations of existing materials.
Curtiss Fox’s work at the Clemson University Restoration Institute is modernizing the electrical grid and bringing it in line with new, distributed energy sources — including renewable sources like wind and solar, energy storage, micro-grids and more.
So when it came time to assemble a group of professionals to mentor and guide students through Clemson’s Master of Real Estate Development program, Benedict — now program director — immediately recognized the value of connecting graduate-level students with the same folks who helped him along the way: folks in the field.
More than two dozen books and hundreds of scholarly articles later, it’s fair to say professor Roger Grant has mastered the art of making trains interesting to the masses, not to mention imminently appealing to train fanatics who can never get enough of all-things-rail.