The curator of the Clemson University Herbarium has been awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant to work and conduct botanical research in tropical Southeast Asia. Botanist Dixie Damrel will lecture and research at the Sarawak Biodiversity Center and the Forestry Research Institute in Malaysia throughout the spring 2015 academic year.
CLEMSON — “Bin and Barrel” is not a new store, but it is a real deal. Stormwater Partners of Anderson and Picken counties are having a compost bin and rain barrel sale. Deadline for ordering is Thursday. Pickup is October 29, Clemson Solid Green Day. Order today and pay with a credit card. The Ivy […]
The Clemson University Herbarium is set to launch a four-year project to make digital images of its 100,000-plus preserved plant specimen collection. The herbarium is included in a National Science Foundation grant that aims to build a digital inventory highlighting the southeastern United States as a “global hotspot of plant diversity.”
Kudos and carrots for the S.C. 4-H horse competitors. Palmetto State teams and individuals won multiple top honors at the Southern Regional 4-H Horse Championship, showcasing educational knowledge and saddle skill.
The Between Farm & Fork conference Oct. 22 will take a look at local foods infrastructure: the link between farm and fork on a broad scale.
A little bit of rain didn’t dampen spirits as Clemson President James P. Clements visited the university’s Belle W. Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science on Hobcaw Barony near Georgetown. Dr. Clements sunnily greeted more than 100 Clemson guests, scientists and students during his stay to attend a lunch, dedication and Baruch Institute tour. After […]
The Clemson University Experiment Station has a new associate director. Christopher Ray begins work immediately coordinating research among the university campus farms and five research and education centers around the state. His new post is a promotion from Experiment Station assistant director.
FLORENCE — Hats were optional at Clemson Extension Pee Dee Farm Field Day. An overcast sky and day-before rain kept temperatures mild in a region where the sun can bake your brains if you don’t wear a cap.
Clemson President James P. Clements will visit the university’s Belle W. Baruch Institute of Coastal Ecology and Forest Science in Georgetown Sept. 23 to meet the scientists and dedicate new student housing.
A mule in Aiken County has tested positive for Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA), which is caused by a virus related to Human Immunodeficiency Virus. It is the first case of EIA in more than a decade.
Clemson researchers and campus facilities managers have teamed up to rid a section of Hunnicutt Creek of invaders. Goats will be fenced in along a section of the creek to feed on the invasive weeds along the creek bank and upland area, clearing the way for native plants.
When rains came, Noah had one approach. Cal Sawyer has another. A water-management expert at Clemson University, Sawyer studies and teaches how to plan and build ways for water to go with the flow.
Men’s cotton briefs can serve the needs of science when buried in a field for a few weeks. It’s a takeoff on an agronomy soil test that uses cotton swatches to measure carbon consumption by microbes.
South Carolina's state veterinarian Friday announced that two cases of Eastern Equine Encephalitis (EEE) have been confirmed in the state. A horse that died in Darlington County and a miniature donkey that died in Horry County recently tested positive for the disease.
Clemson University and Greenwood Genetic Center scientists are collaborating on autism and cancer research as part of their new partnership.